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POSSESSIVE ‘S Saxon genitive e.g. Mary’s house
The boy’s ball
The legs of the table
WHEN DO WE USE THE POSSESSIVE ‘S? For family relations (Tom’s father) Possession (Mary’s house)
2 WAYS TO SHOW POSSESSION 1. ‘S WITH PEOPLE AND ANIMALS 2. PREPOSITION “OF” FOR THINGS THE BOY’S BALL THE LEGS OF THE TABLE
WHAT HAPPENS WITH WORDS ENDING IN –S? DORIS GIRLS PARENTS JAMES DORIS’ HAT THE GIRLS’ HOUSE MY PARENTS’ CAR JAMES’ FRIEND PRONUNCIATION: / IZ / ‘ (APOSTROPHE)
WATCH OUT! PROPER NAMES DON’T USE ARTICLE “THE”. The girl’s pen The children’s toys X Peter’s watch X Isabel’s glasses THE PETER’S WATCH
2 PEOPLE These are John and Sarah. This is John and Sarah’s car.
2 PEOPLE These are Mary and Linda. They are Mary and Linda’s dogs.
AND NOW? ANN JANE JANE’S AND ANN’S BIKES
WHOSE…? Whose is this bag? Whose bag is it? Whose vs. Who’s Who’s your sister?
LET’S PRACTICE! JENNIFER TEDDY BEAR JENNIFER’S TEDDY BEAR THE GIRL’S TEDDY BEAR
LET’S PRACTICE! THE FOOTBALLERS ’ BALL
CARLOS COMPUTER CARLOS ’ COMPUTER (/IZ)
LET’S PRACTICE! CLOCK HANDS THE HANDS OF THE CLOCK
LET’S PRACTICE! JANE DAUGHTER JANE’S DAUGHTER
LET’S PRACTICE! MIKE SON MIKE’S SON
YOUTUBE PRACTICE JENNIFER ESL
Mónica Redondo EOI MARBELLA
Apostrophes Apostrophes are used to: Shorten words Make something belong to someone.
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS mine; his; hers; its; yours; ours; theirs.
Apostrophes can be used to show possession In this lesson you will learn that apostrophes show possession. For example, the girls hat. OR Erins jacket.
Is that/this …? family grandfather, grandmother (grandparents) father.mother (parents) brother (son), sister (daughter) aunt.uncle,cousin.
Can you decide if the s is a possessive or a short form in these sentences? Examples: My brothers name is Bob. = possessive Lindas my best friend. = short.
Contractions Vs. Possessive Pronouns: Three Troublesome Pairs.
What Possessed You? Grade 3 What are nouns? A noun is a part of speech that describes a person, place, or thing.
THE TIME. HOW CAN WE ASK FOR THE TIME? Asking for the time right now: What time is it? Whats the time? Asking for at what time a specific event ( will.
I have You have He has She has. I have You have He has She has.
John & Sarah have been Foster Parents for 3 years. They have two grown up children, Samuel & Rebecca, who don’t live with them but visit the house lots.
What do you know about the materials we can find and use on the Earth?
Bonacci Contraction or Possessive Pronoun? Theres a Trick in this Bag!
Possessive Nouns When a noun shows ownership or possession.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
Lets build fluency! The people By the water You and I.
DEFINITION An Adjective is a word which adds something to the meaning of a noun.
Unit 3 This is my sister. Period1(1a,1b,1c) lili. This is a/an…. These are ….. That is a/an….. Those are…….
This is my sister. Mary Unit 3-1 plane catcat peach desk home dogdog milk kite busbus music.
Our shoebox West Town Lane Primary School L.O. I can compare my life with another person.
Nouns. What are nouns? Nouns are people, places, things, or ideas Nouns can be common or proper –Proper nouns MUST be capitalized. Examples: –Common:
High-Frequency Phrases First 100 Words. The people.
Look at the following sentence: A woman without her man is nothing. Write it down. Over the course of the lesson we will look at punctuation to see how.
Father, I place into Your hands. 1 Father, I place into Your hands the things that I can’t do. Father, I place into Your hands the times that I’ve been.
The apostrophe Lets meet our friend…. The apostrophe Let s meet our friend… The humble apostrophe.
In all countries parents give allowance to their children.
How we use both/either/neither Done by: Saad ALkindi.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
Oral Reading Fluency First 100 Most Used Phrases.
§A narrative is a story about a personal memory. What is a Personal Narrative?
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