Practice 26 – I me my mine


I can see him, but he can’t see me.


You give me your number, and I’ll give you mine.


I know Tom.

Tom knows me.

It’s my car.

It’s mine.


We know Tom.

Tom knows us.

It’s our car.

It’s ours.


You know Tom.

Tom knows you.

Its’s your car.

It’s yours.


He knows Tom.

Tom knows him.

It’s his car.

It’s his.


She knows Tom.

Tom knows her.

It’s her car.

It’s hers.


They know Tom.

Tom knows them.

It’s their car.

It’s theirs.



Do you know that man?

Yes, I know him, but I can’t remember his name.


She was very pleased because we invited her to stay with us at our house.


Where are the children? Have you seen them?

Yes, they are playing with their friends in the park.


That’s my pen. Can you give it to me, please.

Is this your umbrella?

No, it’s yours.


He didn’t have an umbrella, so she gave him hers.


I’m going out with a friend of mine this evening.