Double Possessive Pronouns

Double Possessive Examples

Jack is an old colleague of mine.
Have you seen the movie of Brad's?
I fell in love with those green eyes of yours.

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Possessive Pronouns

Other Pronouns
Two days ago an associate of --- warned --- to take immediate steps to prevent virus from spreading.

a) your / yours
b) yours / your
c)us / us
d) ours / us
e) his / his

Double Possessive Structure

A/an/the/some + (adj) + Noun + of + Possessive Pronoun

A + good + friend + of + mine + came to see me.
An + old + student + of + mine is ill.
Some + toys + of + yours are missing.

Do NOT Confuse Possessive “s” or “of” Below

The girl’s book (singular) is...
The girls’ books (plural) are...
My son’s book (singular) is...
The cover of the book is...
I wish I had a room of my own.


A photograph of me (that's me in the photo / I may not own the photograph)
A photograph of mine (I'm the person who took the photo, I may not be in it)
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