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What's the difference between possessive nouns and possessive pronouns?
Are they the same

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    No.

    Possessive nouns use an apostrophe and an s.

    boy's, boys', children's, woman's, uncle's, uncles'

    Possessive pronouns do not have an apostrophe.

    my, mine, your, ours, its, his, etc.

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