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Possessive Pronouns Vs Possessive Adjectives

  • Mine
  • These keys are mine.
  • That dog is mine.
  • First Person / Singular
  • My
  • These are my keys.
  • He is my dog.
  • First Person / Singular
  • Yours
  • I believe these keys are yours.
  • These drinks are yours.
  • Second Person / Singular or Plural
  • Your
  • These are your keys.
  • These are your drinks.
  • Second Person / Singular or Plural
  • His
  • This dog is his.
  • That hat is his.
  • Third Person / Singular
  • His
  • This is his dog.
  • That is his hat.
  • Third Person / Singular
  • Hers
  • This apartment is hers.
  • That dress is hers.
  • Third Person / Singular
  • Her
  • This is her apartment.
  • That is her dress.
  • Third Person / Singular
  • Ours
  • These suitcases are ours.
  • I think these seats are ours.
  • First Person / Plural
  • Our
  • These are our suitcases.
  • I think these are our seats.
  • First Person / Plural
  • Theirs
  • I like our kitchen, but I like theirs better.
  • This house is theirs.
  • Third Person / Plural
  • Their
  • I like their kitchen.
  • This is their house.
  • Third Person / Plural