Which of the following pronouns shows possession? they - them - her - its

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  1. well, which one do you say when someone owns something?
    is it they dog?
    them dog?
    her dog?
    its dog?
    Hopefully this helps!

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  2. Which do you think shows possession? Note that two of these pronouns show possession.

    We went to they house.

    Them brother is a fine athlete.

    Joanie did her homework.

    The dog wagged its tail.

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