What are the differences between Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns? and how to use Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns in speaking and writing?
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Possessive adjectives and pronouns are used to show that something belongs to someone. You need to use possessives when you want to talk about something that belongs to a person or a group of people. The only difference between Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns is the use of (noun).
You need to use (nouns) with Possessive Adjectives, but not with Possessive Pronouns. Let’s look at the following examples:
This is my book (Possessive Adjective)
The book is mine (Possessive Pronoun)
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