what are possesive pronoun and possesive adjectives?
1. We use possessive pronouns to refer to a specific person or thing belonging to a person/people or belonging to an animal or thing.
- That book is mine.
- It is her ring.
2. Possessive adjectives are part of determiners. Determiners determine something about the noun(s) they modify.
- My car is the best in town.
(Here, my, which is a possessive adjective, is modifying the noun i.e., car).