By Jacqueline Schaalje
This infographic shows you the ins and outs of possessive pronouns (my and mine, your and yours, his and hers, etc.) and examples of each.
After you’ve read it, or if you already know this subject, try the quiz (quite easy).
Type one of the possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs.
Is this my piece of pizza? Yes, it’s ____________.
1 Is this my fork? – Yes, it’s ____________.
2 These tickets are for Glen and Sarah, but Luther and I don’t see ___________.
3 Does that little car belong to the Davidsons? – Yes, it’s ____________.
4 Is this their first movie? – It is, and also the script is ___________.
5 Fanny and Ron share all the rooms in their house, but Ron wants the study to be ___________.
6 Nobody wants these old books, so I guess they’re ___________.
7 Can I take the last peach? – Go ahead, it’s ___________.
8 This is Emil’s coat, and also that scarf is ___________.
9 I would always recognize that funny voice of __________, even if she’d call me in the middle of the night.
10 If you have any seats left, Stanley and I would like ____________ in the middle of the row.