Possessive adjectives and pronouns

Form

subject possessive adjective possessive pronoun
I my mine
you your yours
he/she/it his/her/its his/hers
we our ours
you your yours
they their theirs
  • this is my phone (possessive adjective)
  • this phone is mine (possessive pronoun)
  • this phone belongs to a friend of mine (noun + of + mine/yours/his, etc)

Exercises

I/my, you/your, he/his, she/her, etc.

  • exercise 1: choose I/my, you/your, he/his, she/her, etc.
  • exercise 2: choose my, your, his, her, his, our or their
  • exercise 3: match the possessives on the right to the pronouns on the left
  • exercise 4: fill in my, your, his, her, his, our, their
  • exercise 5: two multiple choice exercises for practising  my, your, his, her, his, our, their
  • exercise 6: two exercises for practising  my, your, his, her, his, our, their
  • exercise 7: choose  my, your, his, her, his, our or their
  • exercise 8: various exercises for practising my, your, his, her, his, our, their

my / mine / of mine, etc.

useful pages

    • exercises for practising the difference between its and it’s
    • exercises for practising demonstrative pronouns (this / that / these / those)
    • exercises for practising relative pronouns (who(m)/ whose/ which/ that, etc)
    • exercises for practising personal pronouns (I/ me/ you/ he/ him, etc.)
    • exercises for practising interrogative pronoun (who, what, which, etc.)
    • exercises for practising reflexive pronouns (myself/ yourself, etc)