Possessive pronouns

There are no real possessive pronouns in Persian. In spoken Persian, the structure «mâl-e + free personal pronoun» is used for this purpose:

SingularPlural
mâl-e manminemâl-e mâours
mâl-e toyours (informal)mâl-e shomâyours (polite)
mâl-e u; mâl-e ânhis, hers; itsmâl-e ânhâ
mâl-e ishân
theirs
his, hers (polite)

Examples

In any case, the common structure is repeating the noun phrase instead of replacing it with a possessive pronoun: