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Learning Objective: To find out more about apostrophes Title: the verbs ‘to have’ and ‘to be.’
© The possessive apostrophe Do you remember why these words have an apostrophe in them? DON’T WON’T CAN’T It is because they have been shortened by leaving out a letter. In these examples it is the letter O. Write this sentence into your books, putting in the apostrophes: He couldnt go to school because his mother wouldnt drive him and his father didnt have a car.
© The possessive apostrophe What about these words? I’ve She’s They’ve I’m He’s They’re What has been left out? Parts of the verbs ‘to have’ and ‘to be’ have been left out. I have She has They have I am He is They are Write these in your books
© The possessive apostrophe Shorten these words by removing letters: We have She had They have You had We are She is They are You are
© The possessive apostrophe Now write out these sentences with shortened words and the correct apostrophes: She has gone to the shops because she is hungry. He is going to school today because there is a football match. They are going to the football match. They have the best seats in the stadium. I am so tired I could sleep for a week.
© 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 ’ ’
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