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    Post possive pro nouns

    name the possive pronouns

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    Post possive pro nouns

    name the possive pronouns


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    Smile Re: possive pro nouns

    Hi, do you mean 'possessive pronouns'? Mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs, its

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    Re: possive pro nouns

    Hi

    Why not try doing it yourself and others will suggest any that you might have missed?

    This site is not set up to do people's homework.


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    Re: possive pro nouns

    And please avoid posting the same question twice!

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