Possessive pronouns are most often used as adjectives; they are put before nouns. Therefore, we call these pronouns as possessive adjectives. Let's see the following examples.
To see the relation between the possessive pronouns with the nominative / subjective pronouns, you can see the table below.
Possessive Pronouns can be followed by singular nouns, plural nouns, or uncountable nouns. Let's see the following examples.
Let's see the possessive pronouns in sentences.
Possessive pronouns always stand alone. They are not followed by nouns. Let's see the following examples.
In this exercise you have to fill in the blanks with the subjective pronouns or possessive adjectives.
In this exercise you have to choose the word in the bracket to complete the sentences.