The possessive pronoun shows who the thing being referred to belongs to or is associated with.
(singular and plural)
|Possessive Pronouns|| |
In English these pronouns change form to show their function.
|First Person Pronoun|
|Second Person Pronoun|
|Third Person Pronoun|
Q. Whose is this web site?
Q. Does Lynne own this web site?
A. Yes, it's hers.
Q. Does Lynne own the Internet?
A. No. It's ours.
my, your, his/her/its, our and their are possessive determiners (sometimes called possessive adjectives).
Watch out for the following:-
|Possessive Pronoun||Short Form of 'it is'|