Pronouns possessive pronouns and adjectives

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<ul><li><p>Find the error TOEFL questions </p><p>LEARNING SPACE </p><p>TOPIC: Pronouns: possessive adjectives and pronouns </p><p>It is very important to know that there is something called POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES and </p><p>POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS, since these are very common in English and are likely to be </p><p>tested in any TOEFL exam. You must be able to recognize them and know when to use </p><p>them correctly. </p><p> ________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>NOTE THE FOLLOWING </p><p>POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS </p><p>my mine </p><p>your yours </p><p>his his </p><p>her hers </p><p>its </p><p>our ours </p><p>their theirs </p><p> POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES These are adjectives and always go before the noun they describe. For example: my car, your house, their sister. If there is no noun to describe, there cant be any possessive adjectives. </p><p> POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS A pronoun is a word that substitutes or replaces a noun. So, possessive pronouns do not </p><p>accompany nouns. They go alone. For example, This book is mine. (Not, This book is </p><p>mine book.) or That is hers. (Not, That is hers cellphone.) </p><p> ____________ NOTE: Possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns are used differently. Possessive adjectives go before nouns, and possessive pronouns do not. </p></li></ul>

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