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Subject Pronoun
 
Object Pronoun
 
Possessive Adjective
 
Possessive Pronoun
I
 
me
 
my
 
mine
 
You
 
vou
 
your
 
vours
 
He
 
him
 
his
 
his
 
She
 
her
 
her
 
hers
 
It
 
it
 
its
 
its
 
We
 
us
 
our
 
ours
 
You
 
you
 
your
 
yours
 
They
 
them
 
their
 
theirs
 
 
SUBJECT PRONOUNS
The subject pronouns are :                         I, You, He, She, It, We, and They.
Subject nouns are              :             Mary, Izmir, a bus, women, an apple, dogs, etc
The subject of a sentence can be a pronoun or a noun.
Subject pronouns replace subject nouns.
 
 
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
Possessive Adjectives            :           My, Your, His, Her, Its, Our, Your, Their
 
Possessive Adjectives are usually used to describe a noun. It means something belongs to someone.
***   My         car.
        Poss. Adj.        Noun
 
Possessive Adjectives come before a noun.
***   His   book.
 
The question word "whose" can be answered by possessive adjective
***   Whose car is in the garage ?                  ***   Their car is in the garage.
 
We must use own after possessive adjectives for emphasis.
***   You are in your own house now.
 
                                               ***   Their names are Bill, Mary and Bill.
                                               ***   That is our school.
                                               ***   Those are his books.
 
 
 
 
 
 
OBJECT PRONOUNS
We use object pronouns as objects of verbs. They always go after the verb or the preposition of the verb.
***   Give me the pen.
               verb
***   Look at him now.
                    preposition
 
An object pronoun replaces a noun in object position.
***   She is looking after the babies.
***   She is looking after them.
 
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
A possessive pronoun is used instead of a possessive adjective and a noun
***   Mary's car is white. Mine is blue.
 
A possessive pronoun is used alone, without a noun following it.
***   That pen is his.
 
The verb that follows a possessive pronoun agrees with the replaced noun
Her pencil is expensive. Hers is expensive.
Her pencils are expensive. Hers are expensive.
 
Possessive Pronoun              :        mine yours his hers its ours yours theirs 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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