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Subject Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives

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Subject Pronouns

Subject pronouns are used when the pronoun is the subject of the sentence.

Singular Subject Pronouns
I - I bought a new bike.
You - You told me you would be busy.
He - James is intelligent and he is funny.
She - She wears a uniform to school.
It - The dog is big but it is friendly.

Plural Subject Pronouns
We - We both love learning English.
You - Do you have any free time?
They - They went to the park.

Possessive Adjectives

Possessive adjectives are used before nouns. They are used to show possession or ownership of something.

Singular Possessive Adjectives
My - This is my brother.
Your - Where is your homework?
His - His car is parked outside.
Her - Have you seen her new phone?
Its - The house has its own garage.

Plural Possessive Adjectives
Our - Jenna is our hardest working employee.
Your - How often do you wash your dog?
Their - It was their decision to cancel the meeting.

Now choose the correct pronoun or possessive:

  • 1) I really like ___ jacket.



  • 2) We are finished with ___ chores.



  • 3) The cat is sleeping in ___ basket.



  • 4) They sang ___ teacher a song.



  • 5) These cards are all ___.



  • 6) Give it to ___.



  • 7) I can't remember what ___ told me.



  • 8) I was talking to ___ about you.



  • 9) Have you finished reading ___ book yet?



  • 10) Do you think ___ can open this bottle?