Possessive Pronouns - 50

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Possessive Pronouns.


Mine, ours, thine, yours, his, hers, its and theirs are Possessive Pronouns. They are used on various occasions.

# When the noun to which the Possessive Pronoun belongs is understood.

> My hobby is collecting stamps; what’s yours?

> I don’t know what his name is; but hers is Kate.

> I found your hat; not mine though.

> The red stick is yours; the black one, mine.

> His is that, mine is this.

> Which is ours and which is theirs?

Also, Note the following idiomatic uses.

ü This coat of mine needs several buttons.

ü These letters of yours I shall always keep.

ü That boy of hers is growing fast.

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