Possessives are forms that we use to talk about possessions and relationships between people and things. They take different forms based on how they are used.
We have a laptop. Our laptop is black.
I have a watch. My watch is golden.
They have a car.Their car is fast.
She has a dog. Her dog is nice.
He has a bike. His bike is good-looking.
You have a daughter. Your daughter is so cute.
I = my
we = our
you = your
he = his
she = her
it = its
The possessive adjective always goes before the noun or before the noun and adjective.
I lost my watch.
Rajat played football with his sister.
They met their new teacher.
Your learnt your lesson very efficiently.
He sang his song very beautifully.
We say… We don’t say…
He did his homework. (NOT He did the homework.)
She visited her grandfather. (NOT She visited she grandfather.)
His cat sleeps in its basket. (NOT His cat sleeps in it’s basket.)