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What is a possessive pronoun


  1. a pronoun indicating possession, for example mine, yours, hers, theirs.

Mar 04, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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What is a pronoun and a adjctive


A pronoun is a word that can be used instead of a noun. It can replace a noun in a sentence.
For example: Somebody wants to say something about you, Zyikeria.
Zyikeria posted a question on FiXya. Zyikeria wants to know what a pronoun is.
Rather than repeat your name every time one has to refer to you, one would use a pronoun in place of you name (a noun). The sentence above can be written as: Zyikeria posted a question on FiXya. She wants to know what a pronoun is. Apparently, she needs the answer for her homework.
She, her are both pronouns. They replace Zyikeria.
There are several types of pronouns: I, you, he, she, we,they,it are personal pronouns used as subjects of a sentence; me, you, him, her, it, us, them are personal pronouns used as objects. My, your, his, her, its, our, their are possessive pronouns... Please refer to a grammar of the English language for a more complete list of pronouns. I think I will stop here.

Oct 07, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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What is a pronoun.


A pronoun is a word that can replace (stand in the place) of a noun.
I, you, he, she, they, we are personal pronouns. My, your, his, her, our, their are possessive pronouns. There are other types of pronouns. Check a grammar of the English language.

Sep 22, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Is us a possessive pronoun


No. The possessive first-person plural is 'our.'

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What is a possessive noun


Abstract nouns.
There is no such thing as a possessive noun. It should be possessive pronoun.

Oct 30, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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What is a possessive noun


It should be possessive PRONOUN
A pronoun is a word that can replace a noun. When you use I instead of your name, you are using a pronoun. This is an example of a personal pronoun. When you talk about you and use the word myself, you are using a pronoun. It is an example of a reflexive pronoun.
Possessive pronouns express possession/ownership. Examples are my, mine, your, yours, his, his her, hers, its, their, theirs.

I hope that helps.

Oct 27, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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What is a possessive pronoun


mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs

Oct 07, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I'm doing pronouns for homework and I need to know all pronouns because I don't know any


A pronoun is a word that can replace a noun. When you refer to yourself you say I. This I is a personal pronoun, it stands for the name of the person talking. There are different types of pronouns
Personal: I,me,they,them, etc.
Reflexive: myself, themselves, etc.
Possessive: my, mine, their, theirs, etc.
Relative: which, that, etc.
Interrogative: who, what, etc.
Demonstrative: this, those, etc.
Indefinite: both, each, some, several, any, either, nobody, neither, etc.
I recommend that you consult a grammar of the English language to have them ALL.

Sep 18, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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What are the 8 kinds of noun?


Kinds of Nouns:
  1. Abstract
  2. Collective
  3. Common
  4. Concrete
  5. Countable
  6. Mass
  7. Material
  8. Plural
  9. Pronoun
  10. Proper
  11. Singular
  12. Uncountable
Classifications of Types of Nouns
Proper Noun: This is used to denote a particular person, place or a thing.
Examples: English is a global language.

Common Noun : This is used to refer to a class.
Examples: The cat loves comfort.

Collective Nouns: This is used to refer to a group or a collection of things.
Examples: I saw a herd of sheep nearby.

Concrete nouns: You can experience this group of nouns with your five senses. These nouns can all be touched, smelt, tasted or seen.
Examples: The cute rabbit hops around.

Countable Nouns: To linguists, these count nouns can occur in both single and plural forms, can be modified by numerals, and can co-occur with quantificational determiners like many, most, more, several, etc.
Examples: There were so many bikes on sale.

Material Nouns : This is used to tell the substance by which the things are made.
Examples: The chair is made of bamboo.

Pronouns: These nouns can take the place of a noun when referring to people places or things. In English the personal pronouns are I, you, he, she, it and they. Depending on their function within a sentence these nouns can take on their possessive forms or their objective case.
Examples: Suzy will let her hair grow longer. possessive personal
He jumped on the bed. singular personal

Abstract Noun: It is used to indicate the quality possessed by a person or thing.
Examples: I appreciate your sincerity.

Uncountable Nouns: These nouns cannot be counted they are often referred to as mass nouns. These nouns cannot be used in a plural form.
Examples: The pool was full of water. The uncountable noun in this sentence is water.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_kinds_of_nouns#ixzz1VNQPNpIZ

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