Fill in the blanks with correct form of the pronouns given in brackets.
- Have you seen ———————– new coat? (I)
- She has lost ———————— keys. (she)
- Can I have a look at ———————– paper? (you)
- The dog has had ———————— breakfast. (it)
- Do you know ————————– name? (she)
- What is ———————— plan? (they)
- Can you give me ————————– address? (he)
- He stood there with his hands in ———————– pockets. (he)
- I patted ————————- on the shoulder. (she)
- I will agree to ———————— suggestion if you lower the price. (you)
- She is ————————- teacher. (we)
- It is ——————– fault. (he)
- Have you seen my new coat?
- She has lost her keys.
- Can I have a look at your paper?
- The dog has had its breakfast.
- Do you know her name?
- What is their plan?
- Can you give me his address?
- He stood there with his hands in his pockets.
- I patted her on the shoulder.
- I will agree to your suggestion if you lower the price.
- She is our teacher.
- It is his fault.
Possessive adjectives are words like my, his, her, their, our, your and its. They are used before nouns. In the predicative (after verbs) position, we use possessive pronouns (e.g mine, his, hers, theirs, ours and yours), not adjectives.