Possessive Pronouns Worksheet for Class 4 with Answers

Fill in the blanks using an appropriate possessive pronoun.

1. This my car. That is ………………… (her / she / hers)

2. ……………….. is black in colour. (My / Mine)

3. I have bought an apartment next to ………………….. (their / theirs)

4. That cat of …………….. has caught my parrot. (your / yours)

5. I always invite him to my parties but he never invites me to …………………. (his / him / he)

6. That is my passport. Where is ………………….? (your / yours)

7. I have been to their home a couple of times but they have never been to ………………… (me / my / mine)

8. That child of ………………… is giving me so much trouble. (her / hers)

9. Is he a good friend of ……………………? (your / yours)

10. Everyone was impressed by that brilliant performance of ………………….. (her / hers)

11. She told me her secrets but I didn’t tell her …………………… (my / mine)

12. He is no longer a friend of ……………….. (my / mine)

13. ……………….. is white. (My / Mine)

14. Is this laptop ……………….. (your / yours) or ………………. (her / hers)

15. His version was different from ………………… (her / hers)

16. I took her pen by mistake but who took ………………..? (my / mine)

Answers

1. This my car. That is hers.

2. Mine is black in colour.

3. I have bought an apartment next to theirs.

4. That cat of yours has caught my parrot.

5. I always invite him to my parties but he never invites me to his.

6. That is my passport. Where is yours?

7. I have been to their home a couple of times but they have never been to mine.

8. That child of hers is giving me so much trouble.

9. Is he a good friend of yours?

10. Everyone was impressed by that brilliant performance of hers.

11. She told me her secrets but I didn’t tell her mine.

12. He is no longer a friend of mine.

13. Mine is white.

14. Is this laptop yours or hers?

15. His version was different from hers.

16. I took her pen by mistake but who took mine?

Notes

Possessive pronouns are words like mine, ours, theirs, his, hers and yours. They can stand alone and act as the subject or object of the verb.

  • Mine is a girl. Hers is a boy.
  • Have you invited that friend of yours?

Possessive adjectives are words like my, our, your, their, his and her. They go before nouns.

  • My son is an engineer.
  • Her dog is an Alsatian.

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