Possessive Adjectives

Possessive adjectives are used before nouns.


Also See:

Possessive Pronouns (mine, yours..)
Pronouns Exercises
Possessive Adjectives Exercises 2
Possessive Adjectives Exercises 3
Possessive Adjectives Exercises 4
Other Pronouns

a. It is Micheal's dictionary.
It is his dictionary.

b. They are Rafi and Cynthia's children.
    They are their children.

c. Isn't John's motorcycle in the backyard?
    Isn't his motorcycle in the backyard?

See Possessive Adjectives vs Possessive Pronouns Exercise

Possessive Adjectives Subject Exercise 1

Rewrite the sentences using possessive adjectives.

1. The first one is Brian's coat.
The first one is coat.

2. Gary is Linda's brother.
Gary is brother.

3. The big one is Alan's and my room.
It is room.

4. Those are the girls' tables.
Those are tables.

5. That is Henry's book.
That is book.

6. They are Mimi's and my shoes.
They are shoes.

7. My brother's wife is an engineer.
is an engineer.

8. Kathie's children are very clever.
children are very clever.

9. Is that Lori's computer?
Is that computer?

10. Barbara's room is very tidy.
room is very tidy.

11. Are they your mother's students?
Are they students?

12. That is Ben's toy.
That is toy.

13. Are those Sara's and Betty's cars?
Are those cars?

14. Is this your father's house?
Is this house?

15. The park is the government's property.
The park is property.

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