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Which sentence correctly uses a pronoun in the possessive case as an adjective? i feel much safer performing stunts on hers black horse. i feel much safer performing stunts on mine black horse. i feel much safer performing stunts on our black horse. i feel much safer performing stunts on yours black horse.

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Right “I feel stunts performing much safer on our black horse.”

Why the other answers don’t work:

“I think stunts are performing much safer on his black horse” should be corrected to “his black horse.” Adding an “s” to the word does not mean that it is possessed because the word “her” is already in its possession.

For “… black horse mine,” this phrase uses mine which is an objective possessive pronoun. “This is for me.” You should use “my” instead: “… on my black horse.”

In the latter case, “I’m a black horse” is wrong because the word “for” is already in its possession. Correction: “your black horse.”