Possessives are used to show relationships and belongings between one or two things or people. Here are lots of examples of possessives nouns and pronouns. Take a look.
- Della’s hair is very long.
- This is Nazma’s bag.
- Ann’s school is very big.
- I have done it for conscience’ sake.
- You should sacrifice it for goodness’ sake.
- Kamala reads in a girls’ school.
- Horses’ tails are short.
- Nazrul’s father is seriously ill.
- Mr. Ali is now at death’s door.
- Your success depends on fortune’s favor.
- These are children’s books.
- This is a women’s club.
- I am on a four days’ casual leave.
- I have visited Kamal’s and Rohan’s family.
- You should obey nature’s law.
- He was at his wit’s end.
- I ate to my heart’s content.
- Everything is at my fingers’ end.
- He has lost a pound’s weight.
- Everything depends on heaven’s will.
- His house is only at a stone’s throw from mine.
- It is not your money’s worth.
- It is a day’s journey from here to Mumbai.
- Sofia’s laptop works very well.
- Tania’s husband is a police officer.
- Dulal’s mother is a school teacher.
- My laptop’s hard-drive has been wasted.
- Sanjay’s computer is not working.
- My school’s students make good results every year.
- Sheena’s hair is very long.
- Mina’s playing method is very different.
- I follow Samina’s daily routine.
- I love to watch Allen’s TV Show.
- This car’s speed is too much.
- These are the principal’s rules that we need to follow.
- Salam’s wife is very pretty.
- Halima’s father is going to China.
- Tanim’s hat was looking beautiful.
- My mom’s name is Laila.
- My father’s car brand is Audi.
- My brother’s phone is lost.
- My sister’s dresses are beautiful.
- Ahmad’s phone is broken.
- Tom’s cat has died, I am sorry about that.
- Chris’ books are very enjoyable.
- I love watching DiCaprio’s movies.
- The cricket team’s jerseys are blue.
- This is my bag.
- I love this book’s stories.
- This book is Rina’s.
When you use an apostrophe + s with a name to refer a relationship with two things or people then it a possessive noun. Here are some examples:
1. Nazrul’s father is seriously ill.
2. Tania’s hair is very long.
3. Jebin’s smile is very cute.
You need to use an apostrophe + s after a singular noun or pronoun, such as John’s, David’s, etc. But if the noun or pronoun is plural and it has a ‘s’ end of the world, then you need to put an apostrophe only. Here is an example: Horses’.
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