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what     are  the  difference   between   pro noun  and   possessive  adjectives?
 
I,  you,  we,   they,  them,  our, my,  us,  them,  your,  it, its,  their ,  him,  his ,  her?

Asked by deepa 23rd August 2016, 1:31 PM
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Answer:
A pronoun is used instead of a noun in a sentence. 
 
Nancy is my cousin. I am older to her. (Pronoun)
 
 
A possessive adjective is followed by a noun to show ownership or belongingness.
 
I am her cousin. (Whose cousin? Her cousin)
 
 
 

Answered by Expert 23rd August 2016, 3:05 PM
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