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What is possessiveness?

  Answer     It is almost manic need to hold on to things that are yours. You would not share your things with others. A person may be possessive about his car, h (MORE)

Is IT possessive?

The possessive of 'it' is its. No apostrophe!   The words its, his, hers, ours, theirs and yours are possessive  personal pronouns. They do not have an apostrophe.   (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)

Are you possessed?

i don't think you can tell. if u are, its normally a demon or ghost. they will control what u say and do. and u usually don't remember any of it. if u are possessed, then ; if (MORE)
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What is the possessive of it is?

The possessive form of the personal pronoun 'it' is  its (no apostrophe).   The pronoun its is a possessive pronoun, a word that takes the  place of a noun belonging to (MORE)
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What is the possessive?

These are the possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs, and whose. Each of them refers to a person who possesses something. That eclair is mine. The spea (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 for how does?

There is no possessive form for verbs or adverbs. The word 'how' is  an adverb modifying the verb 'does' (third person singular present  of the verb 'do').    However (MORE)