The possessive adjectives are the words my, your, his, her, its, our and their. They are used to indicate who (or what) owns something.
Take his spoon and put it by your plate.
She got her looks from her father. He's a plastic surgeon. (Groucho Marx)
It only wants its ball. (Note: There is no apostrophe in the possessive adjective its. It's is short for it is or it has.)
There is no apostrophe in the possessive adjective its.
Its has nothing to do with it's, which is short for it is or it has.
What are adjectives?
What are compound adjectives?
Enumeration of adjectives
Glossary of grammatical terms
Your score:Do the test on the possessive pronouns page too.
Click on the possessive adjective: