Difference between possessive pronoun possessive noun with an example

we use possessive pronouns to refer to a specific person ,people,.thing;belonging to a person people thing or sometimes to animals or things. possessive pronouns are personal pronouns in the possessive case.they perform the same function that nouns in the possessive case(nouns with the-'s, such as mohan's, john's, and boys')perform.when these are used attributively, that is, before nouns, they functions as determiners, as for example, in my book, her camera, their vision , etc. but when they are used predicatively,i.e. after the nouns which they substitute, they are syntactically nominals(replacements for nouns):

  1. the ring you are wearing is mine.(here, mine= my ring.
  2. the chair she sat in was yours.(i.e.your chair)
  3. the car i am driving is his(i.e, his car).
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possessive nouns are nouns that show ownership or possession.

possessive pronouns are the nouns that indicate possession.
possessive noun-cat's,mobile's,etc.
possessive pronoun-mine,yours,etc.
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A possessive pronoun does show ownership , but it does not come before a noun or a noun phrase .....Remember possessive pronoun are used to replace the noun .. Possesive adjective are used to describe the noun. Notice that some forms of Possesive adjective and Possesive pronoun are same (his, it's)........... Thanks
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possessive adjective is always followed by a noun. Examples are: your phone, my brother, his dog etc. A possessive pronoun is used without a noun. Examples are: his, hers, yours, theirs, ours, mine etc...
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