POSSESSIVE CASE PRONOUNS – Easy English Grammar
PRONOUNS – POSSESSIVE CASE – The possessive Case Pronouns are MY, YOUR, HIS, HERS, ITS, OUR, YOURS (plural) and THEIR(s). Pronouns are classified according to how they function in a sentence. This classification is called a Pronoun’s Case. There are three main cases in English: Nominative, Objective, and Possessive Case. The possessive case pronouns show possession or ownership. Most often POSSESSIVE CASE PRONOUNS are used as adjectives. ITS and YOUR are often confused with the contractions IT’S (it is) and YOU’RE (you are). Pronouns in general are the most commonly misused forms in English. Teach the proper use of Possessive Case Pronouns to comply with the Common Core Language – CCSS.ELA-Literacy – Grade 2-3 and above. Learn POSSESSIVE CASE PRONOUNS and proper pronoun use to enhance your writing and speaking skills.
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