Possessive Case Pronouns
Possessive Case Pronoun Definition
A possessive case pronoun replaces a noun and shows possession of an object. These include mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, and theirs.
Examples of a Possessive Case Pronoun

Some examples of possessive case pronouns would be the following:

Is this handwriting yours?

These red running shoes are his.

That orange pencil pouch is mine.

Ours is the brick house on the corner.

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