Just like in English, French possessive pronouns are used to indicate possession. These pronouns have different forms.
Learn about the French possessive pronouns
Look at the sentences:
The expressions for 'mine', 'yours' and 'his/hers' in French agree in gender and number with the noun they imply or replace:
|masc.sing.||le mien||le tien||le sien|
|fem.sing.||la mienne||la tienne||la sienne|
|masc.pl.||les miens||les tiens||les siens|
|fem.pl.||les miennes||les tiennes||les siennes|
See also Le nôtre/le vôtre/le leur/etc = Ours/yours/theirs (French Possessive Pronouns)
and Expressing possession in French with "être à"
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