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Possessive Pronouns


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Mine
This is my new bike. It is _______.
his
Is this John's shirt? It is _______.
yours
A: These shoes are too big for you. Are they _______?
its
This food belongs to the cat. It is _______.
Mine
I don't like hamburger. It is not _______.
hers
A: Is Mary's coat black?
Mine
A: Is that your pen?
ours
These are our dogs. They are _______.
my
I have my notebook, but I can't find _______ pen.
his
John has a brother. _______ name is Tom.
our
We all like _______ new teacher.
her
She asked _______ friend to help her.
its
I have my phone, but _______ battery is flat.
their
Ann and Tim are here; have you seen _______ new baby?
your
Have you got _______ phone with you?
her
She has to see _______ doctor.
his
He said goodby to _______ father.
my
I love _______ new car; it's a Lexus - have you seen it?
our
We have a problem with _______ bathroom.
their
Ali and Sami love _______ club, Real Madrid.
your
Have you made plans for _______ vacation yet?
her
She bought _______ new dress at Al Manar Mall.
his
He loves _______ sister.
their
The students finished [their, theirs] reports early.
yours
Is the report about Carlsbad Caverns [you, yours]?
hers
[Her, Hers] is about a visit to the museum.
my
The eagle is the subject of [my, mine] report.
its
[Its, It's] is a wide wingspan.
its
[It, Its] title is The Ridley Roundup.
yours
The article about the Special Olympics will be [your, yours].
hers
Michele is an artist, and the cartoons are [her, hers].
her
[Her, Hers] story about the bird feeder is on page two.
Mine
The story about the woodcarvings is [mine, my].
their
Kiki and Toby wrote [their, theirs] story about butterflies.
theirs
The article on subways was also [theirs, their].
our
Many people in [our, ours] city read that the newspaper.
your
Please let me borrow [your, yours] copy of the paper.
Mine
Samantha is reading [my, mine].
theirs
Hoshi and Umeko took [their, theirs] to the beach.
her
My aunt's name appears with [her, hers] stories.
hers
The story on the front page is [her, hers].