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his. his. Mine. theirs 3. her.Notes POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES are used to show possession or something that belongs to a person or an animal. their 2. her. yours. my. its. Apostrophe µs¶ . 1. our.
her.my. I want to meet my friends tomorrow. . My family and I went to the zoo yesterday. its. their my (for yourself) That is my book. his. our. My father is a teacher.
His (male) His name is Firdaus. The man is riding his bicycle. . I want to buy a present for his birthday soon. Adnan is brushing his teeth.
She plays her guitar for the competition. . She is wearing a dress for her birthday. She lost her purse.Her (female) My mother have her lunch in the kitchen.
tail Its (things/animal) Its tail is long and furry. paws . Its paws is sharp.
Our father has pass away 10 years ago. .Our (you and someone else) Our hockey team has won the match.
Their (a group of people) Betty and Lily park their bicycle in the shed. . They are enjoyed their holiday at Genting Highlands. The boys are riding their bicycle around the town. They want to buy a present for their mother¶s birthday.
Those are their house.mine. The house are theirs. his. . The pen is yours. her. The dress is mine. theirs This is my dress. That is your pen. yours.
That is my father¶s car. The men¶s shoes are blacks and expensive. A tortoise¶s shell is hard and rough. The door¶s lock is broken.Apostrophe µs¶ Use µs¶ after name or nouns. Pn. Marina¶s father is a doctor. Normah¶s cat is fury and gentle. .