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Possessive Case Pronouns 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 Possessive Case Pronouns
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.