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The word ons can be a personal or a possessive pronoun in Dutch, but the word onze can ONLY be a possessive pronoun.

Yeah, although strictly speaking "ons" can be a personal pronoun or a possessive adjective and "onze" can be a possessive adjective or a possessive pronoun. At least that's according to the English-language usage of the word pronoun.Kolmiel (talk) 11:06, 14 October 2014 (UTC)