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© The possessive apostrophe The possessive apostrophe
© The possessive apostrophe The guitar of Abid = Abid’s guitar Rule Find the owner Abid Add the apostrophe Abid’ Add s if there isn’t one Abid’s guitar
© The possessive apostrophe the car of my parents = my parents’ car Rule Find the owner my parents Add the apostrophemy parents’ Add s if there isn’t one (there is!) my parents’ car
© The possessive apostrophe the boats of the fishermen = the fishermen’s boats Rule Find the ownerthe fishermen Add the apostrophethe fishermen’ Add s if there isn’t one the fishermen’s boats
© The possessive apostrophe Each phrase/sentence needs one possessive apostrophe: write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe Marks scarf ’
© The possessive apostrophe ’ ’ Jims jumper Rovers dog lead Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe:
© The possessive apostrophe Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: My dads trousers.. That schools hockey team.. ’ ’
© The possessive apostrophe Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: The singers songs were a hit for them. The boys coats were filthy. ’ ’
© The possessive apostrophe Mrs Stevens car is blue. Mr Jones hat looks funny. Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: ’ ’
© The possessive apostrophe Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: The sheeps coat was filthy. The mens suits were grey. ’ ’
© The possessive apostrophe Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: The womens trip was spoilt. A deers horns grow quickly ’ ’
Learning Objective: To find out more about apostrophes Title: the verbs ‘to have’ and ‘to be.’
Literacy fortnightly focus…. An apostrophe looks just like a comma, but instead of being written on the line it floats higher in the air. You should.
Apostrophes can be used to show possession To form the possessive of a singular noun, add an apostrophe and s (‘s) The coat belongs the lady. The lady’s.
Possessive Nouns By Ms. Adams Revised by Mr. C. What are possessives? Possessives show ownership. They show something belongs to someone or something.
Possessive Nouns When a noun shows ownership or possession.
What are possessive nouns?. First, let’s remember what a NOUN is. A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea.
Apostrophe Use With Possessives. Possessives show ownership. They show something belongs to someone or something. In other words, they “possess”
The Apostrophe Use with Possessives By Tom Souter.
The apostrophe is used with possessives. Possessives show something belongs to someone or something. In other words, they “possess” something. If we.
Possessives Whose ? Singular The boy's guitar singular noun + ’s’s’s’s boy = boy's Rule №1.
Plural or Possessive.. State Standards SPI Identify the correct use of nouns (i.e., common/proper, singular/plural, possessives) and pronouns.
Apostrophes How and when do we use them?. When do we use them? 1.To show possession (that something belongs to someone/something) 2.To show omission (that.
Apostrophes By: Stefan Cefali. Rule 1 Use the apostrophe to show possession Ex. The boy’s dog. The man’s shoe. Although there is an exception when it.
Grammar: Lesson Four Possessive Nouns. Definition The POSSESSIVE form of a noun shows ownership or relationship. man laptop man’s laptop.
Singular, Plural, and Possessive Nouns. One of the hardest things about plural nouns is spelling them correctly This chart shows the usual ways to.
Possessive Plural Nouns Possessive nouns are used to show that someone owns something. NounPossessive PamPam’s cat catthe cat’s tail SamSam’s knee An.
Possessive Nouns Nouns that show ownership Nouns that show ownership.
Apostrophes … and how to use them correctly. Apostrophes 1. Contraction -Used when two words are joined together e.g. Have not = haven’t You are = you’re.
Apostrophes Or The little marks that do a lot. Show a missing letter or letters (or numbers) Show ownership or possession Single letter or single.
Apostrophes Spelling. We are learning to: Use apostrophes correctly.
Apostrophes For the next two weeks, when teachers mark your work, they will be focusing on how you use of apostrophes An apostrophe is a simple piece of.
Common and Proper Nouns Singular and Plural Nouns Possessive Nouns.
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.
THE POSSESSIVE FORM WITH NOUNS In English we use an apostrophe (‘) and “S” after the names of persons or substantives that represent persons to indicate.
Possessive Nouns. A possessive noun shows ownership. A few examples: baby’s soldiers’ men’s.
What is it? A possessive apostrophe is an apostrophe that shows who or what has or owns something. For example: brothers My brothers shirt is red You must.
What is it? A possessive noun is a noun that shows who or what has or owns something. For example: brother’s My brother’s shirt is red You must use an.
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.
Possessive Nouns and Pronouns. Possessive Nouns A possessive noun shows who or what owns something.
A quick review.... Okay hotshots... You tell me... What’s the following apostrophe rule? 1.A dog’s collar 2.A country’s natural resources 3.A moment’s.
POSSESSIVE NOUNS BY: MRS. S. IRIZARRY. WHAT DOES THE GIRL OWN? WHAT DOES THE BOY OWN?
3 NOUN Categories A noun is a person, place, or thing.
Those Confusing Apostrophes! Created by Betty Carpenter for Sixth Grade English SPI When should I use them? Do they go before the s or after? ‘ ‘
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS by Cheryl Hamilton POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS Possessive pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. Possessive pronouns show who or.
Jeopardy Nouns Proper Nouns Singular and Plural Nouns that Change Spelling Possessive Nouns Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q.
Harcourt Theme 3 Lesson 13 Grammar, Day 2 Plural Possessive Nouns.
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.
Lesson 2.5 Plural and Possessive Nouns. What do you know? A noun is a person, place, thing, idea. Possessive: Shows that the noun owns or has something.
Grade 5 Copyright © 2014 by Write Score LLC. Today we are going to explore possessive nouns! When working with possessive nouns we must remember to: 1.Circle.
Clothes. It is a tee-shirt. It is a dress. It is a cap.
USING APOSTROPHES CONTRACTIONS AND POSSESSIVES: How to Hit the Target Every Time!
DO NOW: WRITE THE PLURAL FORM OF EACH COMPOUND NOUN (GRAMMAR SECTION) 1.Fund-raiser 2.Attorney-at-law 3.Sister-in-law 4.Nutcracker 5.Stomachache 6.Funny.
Plurals and Possessives or, where to put that “s” and apostrophe.
Form: 4 Teacher: Bopraeva Zhumasulu Tulegenovna.
Plurals, Possessives, and Contractions. Possessive Nouns A possessive noun tells who or what owns or has something. Possessive nouns may be common or.
Apostrophes. Rule One: Use apostrophes to express ownership: -This is Grandma’s cookbook. Rule Two: Use apostrophes even if the possessive noun ends in.
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