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    possessive nouns

    1. On possessive pronouns...I read that mine,yours,his,hers,its are under this category. These pronouns don't need nouns beside them. I know how to use mine, yours,his,hers but I can't think of any sentence that uses "its" without a noun.


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    Re: possessive nouns

    Not so common. My computer and I share this table; this is my side and that is its.

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