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Possessives: my, your, his, her, its, our, their
Possessive adjectives show ownership or belonging. They must go somewhere before a noun.
I am a teacher.
You are my student.
You are a student.
I am your teacher.
He is playing a guitar.
It is his guitar.
This is a woman.
Her hair is brown.
This is a cat.
It is eating its food.
We are eating our lunch.
You are students.
You are in your classroom.
They are children.
They are eating their popsicles.
Nouns are also used as possessive adjectives:
This is her book. / This is the girl's book.
That is his car. / That is John's car.
Where are their coats? / Where are the children's coats?
1. I am practicing ___ English.
2. You are working with _____ teacher.
3. We are doing ______ work.
4. They are in _______ house.
5. Open _____ books and turn to the first lesson.
6. She wants to see ______ father.
7. It has ______ own food.
8. ______ name is (your name here).
9. ______ name is John.
10. _____ name is Julia.
1. my; 2. your; 3. our; 4. their; 5. your; 6. her; 7. its; 8. My; 9. His; 10. Her