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A noun in the possessive case frequently functions as an adjective modifying another noun:as in "The miner's face was covered in coal dust."

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Q: What is a possessive noun adjective?
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The word 'they' is a pronoun, the plural form of the pronouns he, she, or it.The possessive forms are:The possessive pronoun is theirs. A possessive pronoun takes the place of a noun that belongs to someone or something. For example:The house on the corner is theirs.The possessive adjective is their. A possessive adjective describes a noun as belonging to someone or something. A possessive adjective is placed just before the noun it describes. For example:Their house is on the corner.


How is a possessive pronoun different from a possessive adjective?

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What is a properly formed possessive adjective?

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