Possessive Pronouns List & Flashcards

Possessive Pronouns List & Flashcards
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Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'her' and 'it':

Tina's luggage is busted. _____ suitcase has torn threads coming out of _____ zipper.

Tina's luggage is busted. Her suitcase has torn threads coming out of its zipper.
Got it

Fill in with the corresponding possessive pronouns for 'you', 'us', and 'who':

Oops! We don't know if the bill is for you two or for us. Is it _____ or _____? _____ is it?

Is it yours or ours? Whose is it?
Got it

Fill in with the corresponding possessive pronouns:

Dinner orders were placed. Barry ordered _____ through room service. Maria ordered _____ in the restaurant.

Dinner orders were placed. Barry ordered his through room service. Maria ordered hers in the restaurant.
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns:

Barry ordered _____ dinner through room service. Maria ordered _____ dinner in the restaurant.

Barry ordered his dinner through room service. Maria ordered her dinner in the restaurant.
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'who':

Can you tell me _____ room this is?

Can you tell me whose room this is?
Got it

Fill in with the corresponding possessive pronouns:

Let's divvy up. You take _____ things, I'll take _____, and they can take _____.

'Let's divvy up. You take your things, I'll take mine, and they can take theirs.'
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'it':

Oh no, did the dog lose _____ chew toy?

Oh no, did the dog lose its chew toy?
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'them':

These bags belong to them. These are _____ bags. The bags are _____.

These bags belong to them. These are their bags. The bags are theirs.
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'us':

We love hosting. The pleasure is _____.

We love hosting. The pleasure is ours.
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun:

We hope you enjoy _____ stay.

We hope you enjoy your stay.
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'us' and 'them':

We said, '_____ guests are here. Please help them with _____ bags.'

We said, 'Our guests are here. Please help them with their bags.'
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'she', 'he', and 'who':

I don't know if this towel belongs to Sarah or John. Is it _____ or _____? _____ is it?'

I don't know if this towel belongs to Sarah or John. Is it hers or his? Whose is it?'
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'we':

While staying with us, _____ home is your home.

While staying with us, our home is your home.
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'you':

'Let me show you around. Here is _____ guest room, and this bathroom is _____ to use.'

Let me show you around. Here is your guest room, and this bathroom is yours to use.'
Got it

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'me':

My product was _____ idea. Any profit from it should be _____.

My product was my idea. Any profit from it should be mine.
Got it

Identify the correct possessive pronoun for 'me' in the sentence below.

This is _____ reward.

This is my reward.
Got it

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Flashcard Content Overview

This set reviews possessive pronouns and provides plenty of opportunity to practice using them correctly in sentences. Make sure you know when to use 'your' versus 'yours', or 'their' versus 'theirs'. This set reviews all of the ways that possessive pronouns commonly come up: standing alone (The choice is yours), modifying a noun (It is your choice), or with a gerund (This is one of your choosing).

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Identify the correct possessive pronoun for 'me' in the sentence below.

This is _____ reward.

This is my reward.

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'me':

My product was _____ idea. Any profit from it should be _____.

My product was my idea. Any profit from it should be mine.

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'you':

'Let me show you around. Here is _____ guest room, and this bathroom is _____ to use.'

Let me show you around. Here is your guest room, and this bathroom is yours to use.'

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'we':

While staying with us, _____ home is your home.

While staying with us, our home is your home.

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'she', 'he', and 'who':

I don't know if this towel belongs to Sarah or John. Is it _____ or _____? _____ is it?'

I don't know if this towel belongs to Sarah or John. Is it hers or his? Whose is it?'

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'us' and 'them':

We said, '_____ guests are here. Please help them with _____ bags.'

We said, 'Our guests are here. Please help them with their bags.'

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun:

We hope you enjoy _____ stay.

We hope you enjoy your stay.

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'us':

We love hosting. The pleasure is _____.

We love hosting. The pleasure is ours.

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'them':

These bags belong to them. These are _____ bags. The bags are _____.

These bags belong to them. These are their bags. The bags are theirs.

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'it':

Oh no, did the dog lose _____ chew toy?

Oh no, did the dog lose its chew toy?

Fill in with the corresponding possessive pronouns:

Let's divvy up. You take _____ things, I'll take _____, and they can take _____.

'Let's divvy up. You take your things, I'll take mine, and they can take theirs.'

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'who':

Can you tell me _____ room this is?

Can you tell me whose room this is?

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns:

Barry ordered _____ dinner through room service. Maria ordered _____ dinner in the restaurant.

Barry ordered his dinner through room service. Maria ordered her dinner in the restaurant.

Fill in with the corresponding possessive pronouns:

Dinner orders were placed. Barry ordered _____ through room service. Maria ordered _____ in the restaurant.

Dinner orders were placed. Barry ordered his through room service. Maria ordered hers in the restaurant.

Fill in with the corresponding possessive pronouns for 'you', 'us', and 'who':

Oops! We don't know if the bill is for you two or for us. Is it _____ or _____? _____ is it?

Is it yours or ours? Whose is it?

Fill in with the correct possessive pronouns for 'her' and 'it':

Tina's luggage is busted. _____ suitcase has torn threads coming out of _____ zipper.

Tina's luggage is busted. Her suitcase has torn threads coming out of its zipper.

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'me':

Wait, don't you like _____ dancing? I dance all the time!

Wait, don't you like my dancing? I dance all the time!

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'them':

My dancing is better than the rest of the staff's dancing. _____ dancing is too self-conscious.

My dancing is better than the rest of the staff's dancing. Their dancing is too self-conscious.

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'you':

Why don't you dance a bit, and then we can evaluate _____ dancing?

Why don't you dance a bit, and then we can evaluate your dancing?

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'they':

We'll have a dance-off to score the contestants and _____ dancing.

We'll have a dance-off to score the contestants and their dancing.

Fill in with the corresponding possessive pronouns for 'who' and 'you':

_____ trophy is this? Did you win? Is it _____?

Whose trophy is this? Did you win? Is it yours?

Fill in with the correct possessive pronoun for 'she':

Sheila looks great. I love _____ dress. If I could pick any closet to borrow from, I'd choose _____.

Sheila looks great. I love her dress. If I could pick any closet to borrow from, I'd choose hers.

Identify the correct possessive pronoun for 'you' in the sentence below.

This is _____ reward.

This is your reward.

Identify the correct possessive pronoun for 'me' in the sentence below.

The reward is _____.

The reward is mine.

Identify the correct possessive pronoun for 'them' in the sentence below.

The reward is _____.

The reward is theirs.
His
Third-person possessive pronoun for a male
Her, hers
Third-person possessive pronoun for a female
Its
Third-person possessive pronoun for 'it'
Their, Theirs
Third-person possessive pronoun for a group
My or Mine
First-person possessive pronoun
Our, Ours
Possessive pronouns for 'we' or 'us'
Your, Yours
Second-person possessive pronouns
Whose
Possessive pronoun for 'who' or 'whom'

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