- Possesive pronouns are nouns that indicate possesion. Unlike possesive adjectives, they are used alone without a noun following.
ADJ. + NOUN PRONOUN
My dog mine
His novel his
Her pronunciation hers
Our apartment ours
Your computer yours
Their house theirs
- To emphasize a comparison, much is placed before the comparative.
(Your dog is much friendlier than mine.)
Ours are much more interesting than his.
(Our books are much more interesting than his.)
REFER TO: SB p.45 WB p.p. 47-49
CROSSWORD PUZZLE COMPARATIVES
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