What Are Possessive Adjectives?
The possessive adjectives are:
Examples of Possessive AdjectivesHere are some possessive adjectives in sentences:
Possessive Adjectives Are a Type of PronounA pronoun is a word that replaces a noun. As possessive adjectives replace nouns, they are classified as pronouns. For this reason, they are also called possessive pronouns. The term possessive pronoun covers all the pronouns that demonstrate ownership. Look at these examples:
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What are possessive pronouns?
What are absolute possessive pronouns?
What are adjectives?
What are nouns?
What are pronouns?
Glossary of grammatical terms
IT'S IS NOT A POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE
There is no apostrophe in the possessive adjective its.
Its has nothing to do with it's, which is a contraction of it is or it has.
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YOU'RE IS NOT A POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE
There is no apostrophe in the possessive adjective your.
Your has nothing to do with you're, which is a contraction of you are.
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