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Writing - Possessive Pronouns


A PRONOUN is a word that is used instead of a noun (name). They are used so you don't have to keep repeating the noun.


Examples of pronouns are: I, me, he, she, herself, you, it, that, they etc


POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS are used to show ownership. Some can be used on their own (mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs, whose); others must be used with a noun (my, your, his, her, its, our, their, whose). 



yours his hers ours theirs


Choose one of these POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS to complete the sentences.

Write out the sentences correctly on a piece of paper. 

Remember to write your neatest handwriting, use capital letters and full stops.


1. These pens belong to us. They are ______________.


2. The apple belongs to you. It is ______________.


3. Samia owns the Frisbee. It is ______________.


4. This is Aasiya’s ruler. It is ______________.


5. The ball belongs to Eshan. It is ______________.


6. “The literacy book belongs to you” said Benyamin .

      It is ______________.


7. This is Masoom’s pencil. It is ______________.


8. The restaurant belongs to those men.

    It is ______________.


9. The staff room is for the staff. It is ______________.


10. Tayyaba owns the bike. It is ______________.



Choose a possessive pronoun. Write your own sentences.