Possessive Pronouns

A woman reading a book

Possessive pronouns are pronouns that show ownership. Some possessive pronouns can be used before nouns and function as adjectives (words that describe nouns). Examples would be pronouns like my, her, or his because you would say things like my books, her computer, and his zombie plan.

Other possessive pronouns stand alone. These are pronouns like mine, yours, hers, and his. An example would be That book is hers.

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