Rewrite each of these sentences by using a possessive pronoun in place of a possessive adjective (e.g. my, your, his, her, its and their).

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Example: This is his watch and this is her ring.

This is his and this is hers.

1. This is my pooch. That one is your pooch, and the other one must be her pooch.

1. This is mine. That one is yours, and the other one must be hers.

2. These old worn out shoes cannot be our shoes. They must be their shoes. Where then are our shoes?

2. These old worn out shoes cannot be ours. They must be theirs. Where then are ours?

3. These marbles are mixed up. Which are his marbles, which are your marbles and which are my marbles?.

3. These marbles are mixed up. Which are his, which are yours and which are mine?

4. Their coach is telling them what they should not do, and our coach is telling us what we should do.

4. Theirs is telling them what they should not do, and ours is telling us what we should do.

5. I think that is Bob's watch and this one is her watch.

5. I think that is Bob's watch and this one is hers.

6. Look at that big monkey. Its tail is the longest among the many there.

6. Look at that big monkey. Its is the longest among the many there.

7. He said your shaved head is darker than my shaved head. We both nodded our shaved heads in agreement.

7. He said yours is darker than mine. We both nodded ours in agreement.

8. You must do your homework first before you can help them do their homework.

8. You must do yours first before you can help them do theirs.

9. These are all his things, not even one item that is not his thing.

9. These are all his, not even one item that is not his.

10. Take this if it is your book, don't take his book, tell her to take her book, and leave my book alone. The remainder are their books. They can collect their books later.

10. Take this if it is yours, don't take his, tell her to take hers, and leave mine alone. The remainder are theirs. They can collect theirs later.