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Possessive Adjectives

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Today we are learning about possessive adjectives.

Possessive adjectives are used to show possession or ownership of something. While we use them when we refer to people, it is more in the sense of relationship than ownership. For example,

This is Sarah. She is my wife.

The possessive adjectives are as follows:

I — My
You — Your
He — His
She — Her
It — Its
We — Our
You(plural) — Your
They— Their

Check out some sentences with possessive adjectives:

* My brother helped me build this house.

* Is this your luggage?

* I think Mike has lost his suitcase!

* Jane is sad because someone has stolen her bike.

* That butterfly is beautiful; its wings look like a face.

* Our parents are away this weekend so we are having a party!

* Don’t touch their books, John!

Well, that’s easy enough, isn’t it? For more on this please topic, check out unit 30 of the ABA online course.

Have a great weekend!

Bye for now.

Graham Weeks

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