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Is him a possessive noun?

The word him is a pronoun, not a noun; it is not a possessive pronoun. Him is a the objective pronoun that takes the place of a noun for a male as the object of a sentence or (MORE)
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Is he a possessive case?

No, he is a personal pronoun that takes the place of a noun for a male person as the subject of a sentence; the corresponding objective pronoun is him. The possessive case c (MORE)
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Is we possessive?

No, the word 'we' is a personal pronoun, the first person plural subjective form; the objective form is 'us'. Example: We want you to come with us. The possessive forms are (MORE)
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What is the possessive of it?

  its. It's is a contraction for it is. Think about it: how else could you form the contraction of it is? One of the most common errors - in fact, just now committed by my (MORE)

Helpful Swimming Tips for Dogs

Swimming, for dogs, is a natural ability, and most dogs are ready to jump right in the pool with the rest of the family and dog paddle around the pool easily. Some dogs may ha (MORE)

What is possessive love?

1. When the person demands you to do everything he/she wants and not listening to you at all. 2. Does not want you to talk to anyone of the opposite gender. 3. You do not feel (MORE)
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What is a possessive?

A possessive noun is a noun indicating ownership,  possession, origin or purpose. For example "the story of the  witness" can be turned into "the witness's story".   The (MORE)

What is a possession?

- noun 1. the act or fact of possessing. 2. the state of being possessed. 3. ownership. 4. Law. actual holding or occupancy, either with or without rights of o (MORE)
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What is possessive of Myers?

If the proper noun Myers is the singular name Myers is, the singular possessive form is Myers's. Example: Jim Myers's application has been accepted. If the proper noun Mye (MORE)
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Is her a possessive noun?

No, the word "her" is not a noun. The word "her" is a  pronoun.    The pronoun "her" is a personal pronoun, a word that takes  the place of a noun for a specific pers (MORE)