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Possessive pronouns

Possessive pronouns in Russian answer on questions Чей? Чья? Чьё? Чьи?(whose?) and tell us whom the thing belongs to.

Table. How possessive pronouns change depending on gender and number of a noun.
Personal pronoun Masculine gender (дом, заяц) Feminine gender (лиса, мама) Neuter gender (село, окно) Plural (дети)
Я (I) мой (my) моя (my) моё (my) мои (my)
ты (you) твой (your) твоя (your) твоё (your) твои (your)
он/оно (he/it) его (his/its) его (his/its) его (his/its) его (his/its)
она (she) её (her) её (her) её (her) её (her)
мы (we) наш (our) наша (our) наше (our) наши (our)
вы (you) ваш (your) ваша (your) ваше (your) ваши (your)
они (they) их (their) их (their) их (their) их (their)

Possessive pronouns мой (my), твой (your), наш (our), ваш (your, plural or polite) in Russian change depending on the gender and number of a noun:
And possessive pronouns его (his), её (her), их (their) - don't change.

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