Possessive Pronouns Exercises for Class 4 CBSE with AnswersThis grammar section explains English Grammar in a clear and simple way. There are example sentences to show how the language is used.

Possessive Pronouns Exercises for Class 4 CBSE with Answers

  • Possessive pronouns are used to talk about things that belong to a person.
  • The words mine, yours, his, hers, ours and theirs are possessive pronouns.
  • We do not use an apostrophe with possessive pronouns.

    • This book is mine.
    • Have you lost yours, Manish?
    • This pen is mine and that one is his.
    • Sarika has lost her cat. Is this cat hers?

Here is a table to help you remember which possessive pronoun to use with which personal pronoun.

Singular Personal pronouns Possessive Pronouns
I, me Mine
You Yours
He, him His
She, her Hers
Plural Personal pronouns Possessive Pronouns
We, us Ours
You Yours
They, them Theirs

Read the picture story.
Possessive Pronouns Exercises for Class 4 CBSE with Answers

A. Answer the following questions as per the story.

1. Why doesn’t Molly prefer to go in her mother’s car? _____________
2. Why is Molly confident about her father’s car? _____________
3. Why doesn’t Molly prefer to go in her own car? _____________

B. Which possessive pronoun ¡s used for the following from the story above.
Father __________
Mother __________
Molly __________

Possessive Pronouns Worksheet for Grade 4 with Answers CBSE PDF

A. Write the missing possessive pronouns in the blank spaces to complete the sentences.

1. I chose this seat first so it’s _____________
2. Can we borrow your colouring pens? We’ve lost _____________
3. We live in the city and they live in the countryside. Our house is smaller than _____________
4. John, is this pencil _____________?
5. Nancy is looking for her gloves. Are these gloves _____________?
6. Can Suresh use your bike? _____________ is broken.
7. Rohan got the books mixed up. He thought mine was _____________ and his was _____________.

B. Use a possessive pronoun from the box to complete each sentence.
Possessive pronouns include:
mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs

1. I bought a new video game. It is _____________.
2. The jacket belongs to David. The jacket is _____________.
3. The cats belong to Mona and Sheila. The cats were _____________.
4. This telephone number belongs to Rupa. It is _____________.
5. You and I live in this house. The house is _____________.
6. My dog is bigger than your dog. The larger dog is _____________.