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Possessive
Pronouns
and
Possessive
Adjectives
Possessive adjectives Possessive pronouns
my mine

your yours

his his

her hers

its its

our ours
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by Darija Radovanović
Possessive Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives

1 Fill in with the right possessive adjectives using the prompts in brackets: 2 Fill in with the right possessive
pronouns using the prompts in
 1.Where is _____ T-shirt? (I) brackets:
 1.This is _____. (I)
 2.This is _____ house. (We)
 2.The ball is _____.( He)
 3. _____ teacher is very supportive. (They)
 3.The cat is _____.(We)
 4._____ mother likes to cook. (I)
 4.This necklace is _____.(She)
 5._____ sister is my best friend. (He)
 5.The rings are _____.(We)
 6.John likes _____ two siblings very much. (He)
 6.This is not _____ (They), this
 7.His friends gave him _____ books back. (He) is _____ (We)!

 We like our new teacher.


Possessive adjectives:  John is at his home.
 Their dog is very agressive.
I-my he –his they-their Examples:
 My friend's house is very big.
you-your she -her we-our  Your book is on the desk.

3 Complete the sentences using possessive pronouns or possessive Possessive Possessive


adjectives: adjectives pronouns
my mine
 1.He likes _____ (she) jokes but I don't! your yours
his his
 2.Why are you looking at _____ (she) legs? her hers
 3.That's not ______ (I) book, it's _______ (you)! its its
our ours
 4._____ (they) cars are very expensive.
their theirs
 5.Peter's house is big. _____ (I) is aso big and _____ (she) is small.
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 6.The dog wagged _____ (it) tail.  Circle the correct answer:
 1.He goes to his/him house.
 7.The big cat is ______ (we) and the smaller one is _____(they).
 2.They like their/theirs school.
 8.What colour is _____ (you) brother's jacket? _____ (he) jacket is
 3.Is this your/yours?
blue. What colour is _____ (you)?
 4.My/mine ball is bigger than
 9._____ (we) house has five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
her/hers.
 10.What colours are _____ (you) eyes? _____ (I) are brown.  5.We are having a great time at
 11.This is _____ (I) brother's house. It's _____ (he). our/ours house.
 12.Is this _____ (you) luggage or _____ (he)?  6.She's putting her/hers money

 13.What is _____ (you) problem? into her/hers pocket.

 14.This is friend of ______ (I). _____ (he) name is Tom.  7.Susan made her/hers first public
speech.
 15.I like _____ (I) two brothers I live with.

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Possessive Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives

1 Fill in with the right possessive adjectives using the prompts in brackets: 2 Fill in with the right possessive
pronouns using the prompts in
 1.Where is _____ T-shirt? (I) brackets:
 1. This is _____. (I)
 2.This is _____ house. (We)
 2.The ball is _____.( He)
 3._____ teacher is very supportive. (They)
 3.The cat is _____.(We)
 4._____ mother likes to cook. (I)
 4.This necklace is _____.(She)
 5._____ sister is my best friend. (He)
 5.The rings are _____.(We)
 6.John likes _____ two siblings very much. (He)
 6.This is not _____ (They), this
 7.His friends gave him _____ books back. (He) is _____ (We)!

 We like our new teacher.


Possessive adjectives:  John is at his home.
 Their dog is very agressive.
I-my he –his they-their Examples:
 My friend's house is very big.
you-your she -her we-our  Your book is on the desk.

3 Complete the sentences using possessive pronouns or possessive Possessive Possessive


adjectives: adjectives pronouns
my mine
 1.He likes _____ (she) jokes but I don't! your yours
his his
 2.Why are you looking at _____ (she) legs? her hers
 3.That's not ______ (I) book, it's _______ (you)! its its
our ours
 4._____ (they) cars are very expensive.
their theirs
 5.Peter's house is big. – So is _____ (I).
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 6.The dog wagged _____ (it) tail. Circle the correct answer:
 1.He goes to his/him house.
 7.The big cat is ______ (we) and the smaller one is _____(they).
 2.They like their/theirs
 8.What colour is _____ (you) brother's jacket? _____ (he) jacket is
school.
blue. What colour is _____ (you)?
 3.Is this your/yours?
 9._____ (we) house has five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
 4.My/mine ball is bigger than
 10.What colours are _____ (you) eyes? _____ (I) are brown. her/hers.
 11.This is _____ (I) brother's house. It's _____ (he).  5.We are having a great time
 12.Is this _____ (you) luggage or _____ (he)? at our/ours house.

 13.What is _____ (you) problem?  6.She's putting her/hers

 14.This is a friend of ______ (I). _____ (he) name is Tom. money into her/hers pocket.
 7.Susan made her/hers first
 15.I like _____ (I) two brothers I live with.
public speech.
www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/London-Calling
Possessive Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives

1 Fill in with the right possessive adjectives using the prompts in brackets: 2 Fill in with the right possessive
pronouns using the prompts in
 1.Where is my T-shirt? (I) brackets:
 1.This is mine. (I)
 2.This is our house. (We)
 2. The ball is his.( He)
 3.Their teacher is very supportive. (They)
 3.The cat is ours.(We)
 4.My mother likes to cook. (I)
 4.This necklace is hers.(She)
 5.His sister is my best friend. (He)
 5.The rings are ours.(We)
 6.John likes his two siblings very much. (He)
 6.This is not theirs (They), this is
 7.His friends gave him his books back. (He) ours (We)!

1. We like our new teacher.


Possessive adjectives: 2. John is at his home.
3. Their dog is very agressive.
I-my he –his they-their 4. My friend's house is very big. Examples:
you-your she -her we-our 5. Your book is on the desk.

3 Complete the sentences using possessive pronouns or possessive Possessive Possessive


adjectives: adjectives pronouns
my mine
 1.He likes her (she) jokes but I don't! your yours
his his
 2.Why are you looking at her (she) legs? her hers
 3.That's not my (I) book, it's yours (you)! its its
our ours
 4.Their (they) cars are very expensive.
their theirs
 5.Peter's house is big. –So is mine.
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 6.The dog wagged its (it) tail. Circle the correct answer:
 1.He goes to his/him house.
 7.The big cat is ours (we) and the smaller one is theirs (they).
 2.They like their/theirs school.
 8.What colour is your (you) brother's jacket? -His (he) jacket is
 3.Is this your/yours?
blue. What colour is yours (you)?
 4.My/mine ball is bigger than
 9.Our (we) house has five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
her/hers.
 10.What colours are your (you) eyes? Mine (I) are brown.  5.We are having a great time at
 11.This is my (I) brother's house. It's his (he). our/ours house.
 12.Is this your (you) luggage or his (he)?  6.She's putting her/hers

 13.What is your (you) problem? money into her/hers pocket.

 14.This is a friend of mine (I). His (he) name is Tom.  7.Susan made her/hers first
public speech.
 15.I like my (I) two brothers I live with.
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