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Lesson B Grammar : Demonstrative Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns 1. Wh-question with ‘be’. Grammar Focus How much is this pen? It is (It’s) 150 baht. this book? it? How much arethese shoes? They are (They’re) these jeans? 1,500 baht. they?
Lesson B Possessive Adjectives A possessive adjective is used to say that a person or thing belongs to another person or thing. These adjectives are always put in front of nouns. Example : my car his house our team Dang’s watch your ring her bag their racquets Decha’s necktie
Lesson B Possessive Pronouns We use a possessive pronoun when we want to refer to a person or thing. We must not put nouns after these pronouns, and these possessive pronouns can be used after the verb to be. Notice the use of possessive pronouns compared with possessive adjectives: Possessive AdjectivesPossessive Pronouns This is my book.1. This book is mine. That is your car.2. That car is yours. This is his necktie.3. This necktie is his. That is her doll.4. That doll is hers.
Lesson B 3. Conversation : Sak : Look at this wristwatch, Seri! Seri : Yes, that’s great! It’s a Seiko. Sak : Excuse me. How much is this, please? Shop Assistance : It’s only Bt 7,000. It’s on sale. Sak : Thank you. Oh well, come on Seri. Seri : Hey, Sak. What do you think of these badminton rackets? They’re 20% off. Sak : They’re all right.
Lesson B Seri : Excuse me. How much are these? Shop Assistant: Those are 2,500 baht each, with the reduction. Seri : I see. Thanks anyway. We’re just looking. Now listen to the conversation again. Each student thinks of something displayed in the department store and takes turns talking about the goods like the conversation above.
Lesson B 4. Student take turns talking about the objects they have. I think this is Tewee’s. It isn’t mine. This is yours, Supaporn. I think this is hers. Ah! This is mine.
Lesson B Practice Complete these conversations. 1.A: Can I help you? B: How much glasses? A: Bt 3,000. B: They’re too expensive. 2.A: Good morning. B: How much tie? A: only Bt 1,000 in the sale. B: Really? Well, I’m just looking, thanks. are these They are is this It’s
Lesson B Practice Complete these conversations. 3.A: Is your knife? B: Yes, It’s. A: And scissors? B: No. aren’t mine. They’re. this mine the they hers
Lesson B Complete these sentences by adding a possessive pronoun. 1.I left car in the garage. 2.Suda hung coat on the peg. 3.Somchai had hair cut yesterday. 4.Tarin and Supachai ate dinner. 5.I hope you enjoy holiday. 6.We’ll invite you to visit house sometimes. my her his their your our
Lesson B Rewrite the replies to these questions. 1. A : Is this Dara’s skirt? B : No, it belongs to Suda./No it’s Suda’s. 2.A : Whose pens are these? B : They belong to me./ 3.A : Is this your bracelet? B : No, I think it belongs to you. 4.A : Is this Decha’s car? B : Yes, I think it belongs to him.
Lesson B 5.A : Is this Wanchalerm’s bag? B : Yes, I’m sure it belongs to her. 6.A : Is this Big and Book’s car? B : Yes, it belongs to them.