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GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
SUBJECT PRONOUNS POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
I have a bicycle. The bicycle is mine.
You have a bicycle. The bicycle is yours.
He has a bicycle. The bicycle is his.
She has a bicycle. The bicycle is hers.
It has a bicycle. X
We have a bicycle. The bicycle is ours.
They have a bicycle. The bicycle is theirs.

Fill in the blanks below to complete the sentences. Use the words in the above box.

1. We bought that house last year. It is _______________.

2. This car belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Smith. It is _______________.

3. I think I saw John drop this pen. I think it is _______________.

4. This book is _______________. It has my name on it.

5. My brother and I made that chair. Its _______________.

6. Excuse me. This phone is _______________. You forgot to take it with you.

7. Her sister drew the picture. Its _______________.

8. The little boy shouted, Give the ball to me! Its _______________!

9. Thats _______________. We bought it last night at the department store.

10. The bicycles were _______________, so they rode them home after school.

11. A: Are you sure this book belongs to your mother? B: Yes, its _______________.

12. This is _______________ - you ordered the pizza. I ordered the spaghetti.

13. A: Is this Roberts? B: No, its not _______________.

14. I think these keys are _______________. I left them on the table.
15. Thomas can find his classroom, but Susan and Mary cant find _______________.

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GRAMMAR WORKSHEET ALL Things Grammar

Grammar Focus Possessive Pronouns


Level Intermediate

ANSWER KEY My Notes

1. ours 9. ours
2. theirs 10. theirs
3. his 11. hers
4. mine 12. yours
5. ours 13. his
6. yours 14. mine
7. hers 15. theirs
8. mine

Grades as
percentages
15 / 15 = 100 %
14 / 15 = 93
13 / 15 = 87
12 / 15 = 80
11 / 15 = 73
10 / 15 = 67
9 / 15 = 60
8 / 15 = 53
7 / 15 = 47
6 / 15 = 40
5 / 15 = 33
4 / 15 = 27
3 / 15 = 20
2 / 15 = 13
1 / 15 = 7
0 / 15 = 0%

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