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Possessive Pronouns

A teacher shows the difference between possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns.

English Grammar Lessons - Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns - Grammar lesson ( ESL)

Grammar Lesson : Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns In this lesson Rachna explains how to correctly use the possessive adjectives and pronouns, ESL students ...

Possessive Pronouns

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Teach Possessive pronouns with a catchy tune.

Los Pronombres Posesivos en Ingles - Possessive Pronouns

Los Pronombres Posesivos. en Ingles - Possessive Pronouns. Encuentra este y muchos mas vídeos para aprender ingles en www.ahoraentiendoingles.com.

Pronomes Possesivos - Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns - Curso de Inglês

Os pronomes possessivos indicam posse. Dividem-se em possessive adjectives e possessive pronouns. Como diferenciar o uso de um possessive adjective de um pos...

Perfect Englisch: the Possessive Pronouns

a quick video on the possessive pronouns (mine, yours, etc.) in easy English.

03 - Inglês (Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns) - aula 03

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009 - Possessive Pronouns (my, mine, your, 's) - Beginning English Lesson - Basic English Grammar

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Possessive Pronouns - Interactive Grammar Lesson for Grade 3

Teach Grade 3 kids 'Possessive Pronouns' using this animated lesson. Kids can learn possessive pronouns, and their usage in sentences.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Mon, 25 Aug 2014 21:00:39 -0700

... which was the case with Weird Al Yankovic's re-interpretation of TV show theme songs. Best grammar lesson: “Nerdist” host Chris Hardwick offered a public service announcement for Internet trolls: “Your is a possessive pronoun. You're is the ...
 
AllAfrica.com
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 21:30:00 -0700

Since it is a compound name that should be taken as one, it must have a connecting possessive pronoun and written as Qadamusidq or Qadamu Sidq or Qadm-u-Sidq as the case may be. He has omitted the attaching u in his name. This must invariably be ...
 
Burbank Leader
Thu, 07 Aug 2014 19:03:45 -0700

A few weeks ago, I mentioned here a CNN article "about the president making an unannounced stop." Two readers emailed with the same question. Here's Bill in Niskayuna, N.Y.: "I was taught that a noun or pronoun preceding a gerund … should be in the ...

Public Radio International

Public Radio International
Tue, 05 Aug 2014 14:08:02 -0700

Notice the possessive pronoun in there? It's my country, not this country. It makes the lyric and the singer sound more patriotic, right? Well, writer Masha Gessen wrestled with this concept recently. But she did it in relation to Russia. That where ...
 
Fenton Tri County Times
Sat, 09 Aug 2014 08:43:32 -0700

Than, Then — 'Than' is a conjunction used in comparisons; 'then' is an adverb denoting time. • There, Their, They're — 'There' is an adverb specifying place; it is also an expletive. 'Their' is a possessive pronoun. 'They're' is a contraction of they ...
 
Baltimore City Paper
Mon, 04 Aug 2014 18:52:30 -0700

... of his August recess will still be spent desolately plucking immature snails off the side of a bungalow, clad in the finest cargo shorts Georgetown has to offer. [1] Usage note: Here I elect to insert the possessive pronoun “hir,” a combination of ...

The Fortnightly Review

The Fortnightly Review
Wed, 13 Aug 2014 02:08:44 -0700

So the following possessive pronoun its is now referring to an electron which is no longer the electron being observed at the beginning of the sentence. It is no longer what or where it was when we got started. If it has jumped from the ground state to ...
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