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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 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWOcw97CP_M
Mónica Redondo EOI MARBELLA
Possessive Case Genitive Saxon. Formation The possessive case is formed in two ways: –with ‘s for people and animals e.g.: Jim’s flat –with the preposition.
Structure My father´s book ( no article) Spain’s monuments ( no article) The lions´ cage ( plural words) The children´s toys ( irregular plurals) John.
Possessives Whose ? Singular The boy's guitar singular noun + ’s’s’s’s boy = boy's Rule №1.
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS mine; his; hers; its; yours; ours; theirs.
This dress belong to me. It is my dress. This pig belong to me. It is my pig.
Apostrophes Apostrophes are used to: Shorten words Make something belong to someone.
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.
Try to guess what these words mean 1.Child – Maggie is 2. She is a child. 2.Children – Kate, Jane and Willy are children. 3.Cousin – My aunt has a daughter.
People…… and things ……and pets …….and other people.
one orange two pears six pears two clocks six computers five cups.
THIS THESE This is my book. These are my books.. THAT THOSE Those are my books. That is my book.
1A © Educational Publishing House Ltd How many Unit 3 Sharing toys.
Possessive Case Answer the question: Whose things are these?
APOSTROPHES grammar lesson. Two Primary Functions… 1. To show possession of a noun 2. To show the omission of letters.
Personal Pronouns and Possessives Grammar Guide. Possessives WHOSE? = CZYJE? Three ways of expressing: possessive ’s possessive ’s determiners (possessive.
She is the daughter of my mother. She is my She is the sister of my mother. She is my He is the son of my mother. He is my He is the brother of my mother.
МестоименияМестоимения личные и притяжательные. I – you – he – she – it – my your his her its.
Chapter 4, Book 5A Primary Longman Express Our belongings.
POSSESSIVES Its Janets book. Its the boys football. Theyre the girls dolls.
LINDA It´s Linda´s house It´s her house Whose house is this?
Starter Units 3-4. This is his sister. father mother grandmother grandfather friend These are his brothers. parents grandparents That Those.
PREPOSITIONS On, in, under, next to, across from, between.
BY: LILLIANA MY FAVORITE THINGS MY FAVORITE HOUSE My favorite house has 4 people.
POSSESSIVE 1. W e use 's with a person to talk about family and possessions. “George Clooney's mother” NOT the mother of George Clooney. 2. We use s' with.
I’m a 15 years old student from Hungary. I live in Mány. It’s a small village from Budapest it’s about 35 km. I Live With my parents and with my brother.
Relative Clauses, Relative Pronouns We use relative clauses to define people and things or to give more information about them; relative clauses come immediately.
Sentences with There is… There are…. Phonetic Drill.
Possessive Nouns Day 1. A noun that shows who or what owns something is a possessive noun. To show ownership, add an apostrophe (‘) and –s when the noun.
6 th GRADERS. LONG FORM II You We They He She It have got has got ’ve got ’s got SHORT FORM.
1 LONG FORM I have gotI’ve got You have got You’ve got We have gotWe’ve got They have gotThey’ve got He has gotHe’s got She has gotShe’s got It has got.
按要求写出下列单词或句子。 1. sister ( 复数 ) _______ 2. parent ( 复数 ) ______ 3. this ( 复数 ) _______ 4. those ( 单数 ) ______ 5. it ( 复数 ) _______ 6. 谁；什么人 _______ sisters.
Unit 3 Is this your pencil? Period 3 Section B (1a-1e)
Using Apostrophes. Possession- The house belongs to my mother. My mother’s house. The bicycle belongs to the girl. The girl’s bicycle.
Singular Possessive Nouns Created by Andrea White 2 nd Grade.
Unit 3 This is my sister. 1.My father’s mother is my ________. 2.My father’s father is my ________. 3.My father’s parents are my ________. 4.My father.
I have You have He has She has. I have You have He has She has.
MIDTERM REVIEW PEC1. Vocabulary from Lesson 1 to Lesson This is a big ______. house 02. Bob is not blond. He is __________. dark-haired.
When I Go Shopping Elementary Part 3. S T O R Y M A P Title: Set: Characters: Plot Event 1 Event 2 Event 3 Event 4 Event 5 Event 6 Event 7 Outcome My.
Possessive Case or Genetive Case. ► The hand bag of Claudia. = Claudia’s handbag. ► The money of my parents. = My parents’ money. ► The car of the police.
Homophones Sound alike But are spelled differently And have different meaning.
Car teddy bear ball skate kite bike robot gameboy yoyo doll CHOOSE There is a doll!
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.
They’re – contraction of they + are there – relates to place/where their – shows possession, that it belongs to them.
Definition: Preposition is a word, which is used before a noun, a noun phrase or a pronoun, connecting it to another word. Definition: Preposition is a.
Midterm Review Verbs. Be I am a student. You are a doctor. He is the president of the company. He’s not angry. Mary Brown is the school principal. She.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Let’s start POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Personal Pronouns I You He She It Possessive Adjectives My You His Her Its Singular Plural Personal.
Do you like computer games? Yes, I do.
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.
Why do we use apostrophes? It’s as easy as 1-2-3!.
A possessive noun shows that a person or animal owns or has something.
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