Grammar Lesson

Here in Colorado, kids are starting to go back to school. So I thought this would be a great time for us to brush up on our English grammar. And it will be short and sweet.

A pronoun is any of a small set of words (such as I, she, he, you, it, we, or they) in language that are used as substitutes for nouns or noun phrases referring to people who are not actually named, but it is understood in the context provided.

A possessive pronoun is a pronoun that is used to express ownership or possession.

So here is the best possessive pronoun grouping, ever!


I am His and He is mine.

If you agree, I will be giving you an A+ on this assignment. If you don’t agree, then I will be giving you homework. (And you will be staying after class.)

Class dismissed. It’s time for recess!

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30 thoughts on “Grammar Lesson

      1. I recently heard the following joke that fits so well here. “Spell check walks into a bar. Bartender says, “What can I get you. Spell check says, “I’ll have a bear.
        A bare. Bier. Brair. Never mind.”

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  1. I found myself singing the title of your post and wondered, was it included in one of our hymnbooks? Yes! And I had to read through the rest of the lyrics, which included, “Loved with everlasting love,” “Oh, this full and perfect peace!” “Things that once were wild alarms cannot now disturb my rest.” and “Who the Lord and me shall part?” Those simple pronouns of the title are rich with meaning!

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