Personal pronouns and possessive adjectives

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Check the following table with personal pronouns and possessive adjectives:

Examples:

Yesterday I went to Katie’s house. I met her brother. He was really nice!

Yesterday I went to Katie’s house. I met her (Katie’s) brother. He (Katie’s brother) was really nice!

We can use these words (her and he) to avoid repetition! Make sure to choose the correct personal pronoun or possessive adjective to match the subject or object you are replacing.

Try this quiz!

Personal pronouns and possessive adjectives Quiz 1

Choose the correct possessive adjective.
Ex: Where is (you) ________ backpack?
Where is your backpack?

Personal pronouns and possessive adjectives Quiz 2

Write the correct possessive adjective.

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