Possessives (possessive determiners): my, your, his, her, its, our, their 

Possessive determiners indicate possession and we use them before the nouns.


  • Who broke my new cup?
  • Your dog has more fleas than mine.
  • His left leg was broken in two places in the accident.
  • She looks just like her mother.
  • Its back was bitten by another dog.
  • Our dinner was delayed because mum was stuck in a traffic jam.
  • Their parents refused to visit him in prison.