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Singular nouns Plural nouns S´ ´S Ex:The boy´s mom. Ex:The boys´mom.
Possessive adjective (third person) Contracted form of It is / it has itsit´s Ex: Brazil is beautiful, specially its beaches.
All of us All the boys All my clothes Everyone Everybody Everything all every
Contracted form of who is / who has The question word for possession who´swhose Ex: Whose book is this? It´s mine.
Reflexive pronouns each other Ex: He did the homework himself. Ex: They saw each other in the mall.
Pronouns A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.
Pronouns Part 2. Possessive pronouns A possessive pronoun such as mine indicates possession. Mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, yours, theirs Possessive.
Pronouns 2 nd part of speech. Definition Pronouns take the place of nouns to name persons, places, things, or ideas. –They can be used in different ways:
PRONOUNS HE, ONESELF, Somebody IT, They, I, That, My.
a word used in place of a noun Kinds of Pronouns Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns Possessive Pronouns Personal Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns.
By Lilian Marchesoni. Whose...? = Who does is it belong to? Whose + singular / plural noun + be + pronoun? Whose teddy bear is that? Whose books are those?
Possessive Pronouns Chapter 6, Lesson 4. A possessive pronoun is a personal pronoun used to show ownership or relationship. Possessive Pronouns Singular.
Subjective Case Objective Case Possessive Form used before a Noun Possessive Form used Independently I me my mine you your.
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Pronouns A Tutorial for Mrs. Pritchard’s Class. Pronouns A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. Examples include: “Students” is replaced.
When we want to say who the possessor of something is we normally use -´s for people in the singular: This is Alice’s camera. That is John’s car. This.
Pronouns. What is a pronoun? A pronoun takes the place of a noun. Pronouns can be used in the following ways: Subject Predicate noun or adjective.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Let’s start POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Personal Pronouns I You He She It Possessive Adjectives My You His Her Its Singular Plural Personal.
Part 4 Units 11 14. Unit 11 Asking about time Class is at noon. – Is class at noon? – When is class? Class starts at 8am. – [Class do starts at 8am.]
Possessive and Plural Nouns. What do they do? Possessive nouns tell us who (or what) owns or has something. Possessive nouns answer the question “Whose?”
MINI-LESSONS: TYPES OF PRONOUNS Personal, Possessive, Interrogative, Reflexive, and Indefinite.
Chapter 12 Adjective Clauses. Adjective Clauses: INTRODUCTION Adjective ClausesAdjectives Gives An adjective clause “Gives” information about a noun.
Pronouns A pronoun is a word that is used in place of one or more nouns or pronouns. The antecedent of a pronoun is the word(s) that the pronoun stands.
Parts of Speech Pronouns. Basic Definition A pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun or another pronoun. Most pronouns have an antecedent An.
Pronouns. State Standards SPI Identify the correct use of nouns (i.e., common/proper, singular/plural, possessives) and pronouns (i.e., agreement,
Personal Pronouns A pronoun is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns. personal pronouns refer to people or things.
Pronouns 6 th grade Language Arts. Pronouns Takes the place of a noun Replace a noun with a pronoun to avoid using the same nouns over and over and over.
Adjectives Ramiro Covarrubias Lluvia Torres Rubén Ávila Ramiro Covarrubias Lluvia Torres
Word Class Noun Paul, paper, speech, playVerb talk, become, likeAdjective young, dark, cheerfulAdverb carefully, quietly, warmly.
I. Pronouns A. A pronoun is a word that is used in the place of one or more nouns or pronouns. B. Examples: 1. When Anne Davis came to the bus stop she.
The 8 Parts of Speech Pronouns. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun, a group of words acting as a noun, or another pronoun. – Joe gave.
Possessive Pronouns & Determiners Flipped Classroom Lesson 2.
Pronouns. Personal Pronouns A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns. Those words that refer to people or things are called personal.
PRONOUN UNIT We will cover PRONOUNS for the next THREE days. If you are absent, be sure to check the blog, get the notes, attempt the homework, etc. There.
What are they?. A pronoun takes the place of one or more nouns. Some pronouns are: I, you, he, she, it, we, they.
Eight Parts of Speech NounsAdverb PronounsConjunction VerbPreposition AdjectiveInterjection.
PRONOUNS handy, dandy, friends… Our handy, dandy, friends… They give us short cuts!
7 Pronoun- Antecedent Agreement. What is a pronoun?
Pronouns: Day 1 _________: a word that is used to replace a noun _____________: the word the pronoun stands for – An antecedent may consist of more than.
Grammar Unit Pronouns. Let’s Review... The pronoun is the second of the eight parts of speech. Just for the record, here are all eight: Noun Pronoun Adjective.
- A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. - Examples: He, she, it, you, their, them, themselves, they, this, those, me, everybody, we, I,
PRONOUNS. Unit 6 Pronouns What are pronouns and antecedents? What are pronouns and antecedents? I. Pronouns & Antecedents A. Pronoun – a word that replaces.
Possessive Pronouns Possessive Pronoun A pronoun that shows who or what has something. NOTE: A possessive pronoun may take the place of a possessive noun.
Pronouns replace nouns Pronouns come in many different varieties.
Pronouns Kinds of Pronouns Subject Relative Object Interrogative Possessive Demonstrative Reflexive Intensive A pronoun is a word that is used in place.
Personal and Possessive Pronouns. What is a pronoun? A pronoun is a word used in place of a noun or another pronoun. The word that a pronoun stands.
Pronoun: a word used in place of one or more nouns. We use pronouns to refer to a noun (also called an antecedent) that comes before the pronoun. example:
Pronouns. Subject Pronouns Take the place of a noun that is used as the subject of the sentence. They are found at the beginning of a phrase or clause.
Pronouns Types of Pronouns. Pronoun A word that takes the place of a noun.
Present Tense. singular plural I He She It We You They singular pronoun plural pronoun am is are.
Rocking Pronouns Jeopardy Personal Pronouns Demon./Inter. Pronouns Pronoun- Antecedent s Reflexive Pronouns Indefinite Pronouns Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q.
Unit 4 Week 5 Introducing Relative and Interrogative Pronouns.
PRONOUNS. Definition A pronoun is a word, like he, she, or who, that replaces a noun in a sentence. There are many types of pronouns, including: Personal.
Personal (subjective and objective), possessive, interrogative, demonstrative, reflexive, indefinite pronouns, relative and intensive.
PRONOUNS LESSON 1. WHAT IS A PRONOUN? Pronouns take the place of nouns to name persons, places, things, or ideas.
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