Published on September 19th, 2013 | by What2Learn


Possessive adjectives game

A possessive adjective indicates the ownership or possession of something (a noun). Examples of possessive adjectives include our, my, your, there, his, her, etc. Using possessive adjectives accurately and correctly is an important skill in English and literacy. The ‘penguins in peril’ game below tests your ability to select the correct possessive adjective for a given sentence. Read the sentence carefully and select the most appropriate word to fill the gap from the four choices.

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