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We use possessive pronouns to refer to a specific person/people or thing/things (the "antecedent") belonging ...


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    Possessive Pronouns

    We use possessive pronouns to refer to a specific person/people or thing/things (the "antecedent") belonging to a person/people (and sometimes belonging to an animal/animals or thing/things).

    We use possessive pronouns depending on:

    * number: singular (eg: mine) or plural (eg: ours)
    * person: 1st person (eg: mine), 2nd person (eg: yours) or 3rd person (eg: his)
    * gender: male (his), female (hers)

    Below are the possessive pronouns, followed by some example sentences. Notice that each possessive pronoun can:

    * be subject or object
    * refer to a singular or plural antecedent



    * Look at these pictures. Mine is the big one. (subject = My picture)
    * I like your flowers. Do you like mine? (object = my flowers)

    * I looked everywhere for your key. I found John's key but I couldn't find yours. (object = your key)
    * My flowers are dying. Yours are lovely. (subject = Your flowers)

    * All the essays were good but his was the best. (subject = his essay)
    * John found his passport but Mary couldn't find hers. (object = her passport)
    * John found his clothes but Mary couldn't find hers. (object = her clothes)

    * Here is your car. Ours is over there, where we left it. (subject = Our car)
    * Your photos are good. Ours are terrible. (subject = Our photos)

    * Each couple's books are colour-coded. Yours are red. (subject = Your books)
    * I don't like this family's garden but I like yours. (subject = your garden)

    * These aren't John and Mary's children. Theirs have black hair. (subject = Their children)
    * John and Mary don't like your car. Do you like theirs? (object = their car)

    # Personal Pronouns
    # Demonstrative Pronouns
    # Interrogative Pronouns
    # Reflexive Pronouns
    # Reciprocal Pronouns
    # Indefinite Pronouns
    # Relative Pronouns
    # Pronoun Case
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