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Vocabulary
PRONOUN
Types of Pronouns Uses of Pronouns - It, One, Oneself, One's
Personal Possessive Reflexive Demonstrative Indefinite
Distributive Reciprocal Relative Interrogative WH-Question Words
Possessive Pronoun

Possessive pronouns are used to refer to a specific person/people or thing/things belonging to a person/people and sometimes belonging to an animal/animals or thing/things.

We use possessive pronouns as follows:

1. Number singular plural
mine ours

2. Person 1st Person 2nd Person 3rd Person
mine yours his/hers

3. Gender male female
his hers
Possessive Pronoun.
 
1. This is my book. - This book is mine.
2. This is
our School - This school is ours.
 
Forming of possessives (Possessive Nouns)
We add ‘’S’ to the noun to make Possessives/Possessive Noun.
Examples
    Possessive
This/that is Deepa. This/That is her pen. - This/That is Deepa’s pen.
This/that is Ajay. This/That is his bag. - This/That is Ajay’s bag.
This/that is Jack. This/That is his house. - This/That is Jack’s house.
He is my father. This is his coat. - This is my father’s coat.
That is a woman. That is her umbrella. - That is woman’s umbrella.
Uses of Possessive Pronouns.
 
Examples
I like your house. Do you like mine?
Look at these mobiles. Mine is the latest one.
My roses are dying. Yours are lovely.
All the poems were good but his was the best.
Pooja found her work book but Smita couldn't find hers.
Your pictures are good. Ours are best.
Jack and Delsy don't like your garden. Do you like theirs?
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Types of Pronouns Uses of Pronouns - It, One, Oneself, One's
Personal Possessive Reflexive Demonstrative Indefinite
Distributive Reciprocal Relative Interrogative WH-Question Words