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Whose is this? It’s mine/ yours/ hers etc

 

I  My  Mine
We  Our Ours
You  Your Yours
He  His His
She  Her Hers
They  Their Theirs

 

 

It’s my car It’s mine
It’s our carIt’s ours
It’s your carIt’s yours
It’s his carIt’s his
It’s her car It’s hers
It’s their carIt’s theirs

 

 

We use my/ your etc. + noun to create a grammatically correct sentence.

 

  • It’s not my job to do that, it’s their job

  • My car door has broken

  • Mary told me it’s her birthday next week

 

However, when sing mine/ yours etc. a noun is not needed

 

  • I did not bring any money today so my mum let me borrow some of hers.

  • We took our car and he took his.

  • Is this book yours?

 

Whose …?

 

  • Whose luggage is this?

  • Whose are these?

  • Whose keys are these?

 

 

Whose is this?   It’s mine/yours/hers etc Exercises


Using the pronouns mine/ ours/ yours/ his/ hers/ theirs, create your own sentences. Challenge yourself by adding extra information and opinions in the sentences to make them more detailed.

 

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Using the question word whose, create your own questions. Challenge yourself by adding extra information and opinions in the sentences to make them more detailed.

 

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