English Exercises > possessives exercises > Possessive case and Possessive adjective
English Exercises presents our new interactive self-correcting worksheets and workbooks.
You'll love them, and so will your students!

Possessives - Adjectives and Pronouns worksheet preview
Possessives - Adjectives and Pronouns

Pronouns-possessives worksheet preview

Reading and Grammar.  worksheet preview
Reading and Grammar.

9th grades 1st term quiz worksheet preview
9th grades 1st term quiz

Discover all them in liveworksheets.com

EnglishExercises.org presents

Liveworksheets.com: Online worksheets with interactive exercises, sounds, video and self-correction.

Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 316

Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 181

Possessive adjective and possessive case (B/W)
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 106

Possessive adjective and possessive case (colour)
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 88



Possessive case and possessive Adjectives

Read the dialog between Emma and Tom and identify Emma's , Tom's  and Cathy's pens.

Emma: I've lost my pen , Tom .Have you seen it ?
Tom: No, I haven't , Emma .What does it look like ?
Emma: It's purple.
Tom: This one is green , Is it yours ?
Emma : No, that's Cathy's , I think. Mine is purple .
Tom: Mine is yellow ,but you can borrow it if you like .
Emma: Thanks , Tom.
a) The green pen is
b) The yellow one is
c) The purple one is
Choose the correct option :
a) Whose yellow pen is ?
It's Tom.
It's Tom's
b) Whose purple pen is ?
It's Emma's
It's Emma
c)Whose green pen is ?
It's Cathy pen
It's Cathy's pen
Complete with the possessive adjectives or pronouns from the  below
ours/ our/yours /your/  theirs /their 
Policeman : Good evening , sir. Good evening madam. Is this your car ?
Mr. smith : No, it isn't .  car is that blue one over there .
Mrs. smith : Isn't this Brown's car , Peter ?  car is green.
Mr. Smith : No, Mary. This car is new.  is old.
policeman: Well, thank you both for  assistance .By the way, if that blue car is  you've parked it illegally !
Mrs. smith : Oh, no !





Link to this exercise from your website or blog: