What Are Possessive Pronouns?
Possessive pronouns are words that replace nouns and indicate ownership. In other words, they show that something belongs to someone.
English Possessive Pronouns
When Do We Use Possessive Pronouns?
We use a possessive pronoun instead of a noun phrase to avoid repetition. Take a look at some examples:
Don't touch that phone. It's not
That phone was
The house on the corner is
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