Pronouns Worksheet for Class 3

Possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns worksheet for class 3

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

  • This is my hat.
  • Where is your bag?
  • You should mind your own business.
  • They have invited me to their house.

Possessive adjectives cannot stand alone.

Possessive pronouns are words like mine, his, hers, yours, ours and theirs. They are used alone.

  • This hat is mine.
  • Is that bag yours?
  • Whose book is this? It is hers.
  • Your house is bigger than theirs.

Fill in the blanks with an appropriate possessive determiner or possessive adjective.

1. I have done ………………(my / mine) job. Have you done …………………….? (your / yours)

2. She is searching for ……………….. cat. (her / hers)

3. My hair is grey. ……………….. is black. (Her /Hers)

4. I told him about …………………. problems. (my / mine)

5. …………………. was an arranged marriage. (Our / Ours)

6. That child of ……………………. (your / yours) is always breaking ………………….. (my / mine) windows.

7. ………………. (My / Mine) drawing is better than ………………. (your / yours)

8. She always shares …………………… (her / hers) lunch with me.

9. My car is smaller than …………………. (their / theirs)

10. Would you like to share …………………. problems with me? (your / yours)

11. She doesn’t have any child of …………………. own. (her / hers)

12. I want to talk to ………………….. (your / yours) mother.

13. She showed me …………………. books. (her / hers)

14. Why are you searching ……………….. (my / mine) bag? Oh. I didn’t know that this bag was ………………….. (your / yours)

15. She had ………………….. (her / hers) name tattooed on ……………… (her / hers) forearm.

16. I have got rid of …………………… (my / mine) tattoos. Now my sister wants to get rid of ………………………. (her / hers)

17. This piece of land is ………………….. (our / ours)

18. Have you got any land of …………………… own? (your / yours)

Answers

1. my, yours; 2. for, 3. Hers, 4. my, 5. Ours, 6. yours, my; 7. My, yours; 8. her, 9. theirs, 10. your, 11. her, 12. your, 13. her, 14. my, yours; 15. her, her, 16. my, hers; 17. ours, 18. your

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