Possessives

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Possessives

We can use possessives to say who things belong to.

I've got a pen. My pen is red.
We've got a car. Our car is fast.
She likes her teachers.

How to use them

To say who things belong to, we use:

I = my
you = your
he = his
she = her
it = its
we = our
they = their

Possessives go before the noun or the adjective.

Did you find your pen?
Her older brother doesn't like football.
My dog is sleeping in its new basket.

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