The Possessive Adjectives Quiz
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Possessive adjectives are used to show possession or ownership of something. We also use them to show the relationship between people and other people and things. For example, a daughter and her father.
The possessive adjective agrees with the possessor and not with the thing that is possessed.
My car is in the garage.
Your book is interesting
Her boyfriend is not very nice.
He has a dog
Its bone is big
Our cat is old.
Your home is beautiful
Their homework has not been done.
Also note: the verb that is used needs to be in agreement with the noun - if the noun is singular then the verb is singular; if the noun is plural then the verb is plural.
Examples:My pen is black. (Singular)
My pens are black. (Plural)
Our child is intelligent. (Singular)
Our children are intelligent. (Plural)
Its vs. It's
Be careful not to confuse its and it's.
Its is the possessive adjective for it
e.g. Its puppies are cute.
It's puppies are cute)
It's is a contraction of it is.
e.g. It's a puppy
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