Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns. Possessive Adjectives

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  • Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns
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  • Possessive Adjectives
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  • Personal pronoun Possessive adjective Examples IMy I have a cell phone. My cell phone is Nokia. You(singular)YourYou have a car. Your car is Toyota. HeHisHe has a laptop. His laptop is Compaq. SheHer She has a bra. Her bra is Victorias secret. ItItsIt has food. Its food is Wishkas. WeOur We have a nice TV set. Our TV set is Sony Bravia. You (plural)Your You have English books. Your books are from Cambridge. theytheirThey have nice blouses. Their blouses are Adidas.
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  • Use these with nouns or noun phrases: What's my / your / his / her / its / our / their problem? Jill doesn't have my / your / his / her / our / their home phone number.
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  • Practice a) Sofia is very outgoing. ____vacations were good. b ) My room is hot. ____ window is small. c) Ana and Karen are friendly. ____parties are nice. d) Nathaly and I play soccer. ___games are amazing. e) I live in a big city. _____ house is pretty. Her Its Their Our My
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  • Possessive Pronouns
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  • possessive adjectives possessive pronouns My mine Your yours His his Her hers Its --- * Our ours your (plural) yours (plural) Their theirs
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  • Use these alone. Don't use them with nouns or noun phrases: Everyone has problems. What's mine / yours / his / hers / ours / theirs? Joe has everyone's home phone numbers except mine / yours / hers / ours / theirs.
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  • Example This is my book Possessive Adjective This book is mine Possessive pronouns
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  • Exercise
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  • Home Fun A
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