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A '''possessive pronoun''' is a [[pronoun]] used to indicate [[possession]] without a following [[noun]].
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A '''possessive pronoun''' is a [[personal pronoun]] used to indicate [[possession]] without a following [[noun]].
  
 
== Forms ==
 
== Forms ==

Revision as of 07:58, 13 January 2020

A possessive pronoun is a personal pronoun used to indicate possession without a following noun.

Forms

  • mine - yours - his - hers - ours - yours - theirs

Note: its and one's cannot be used as pronouns.

Examples

  • It's his; That's mine.

See also

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