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Possessive adjective SubjectObjectPossessive Adjective Possessive Pronoun Imemynine Youyouyouryours Weusourours Theythemtheirtheirs Hehis Sheher hers Ititits
Example Possessive Adjective What’s your name? My name is Jennifer. What’s his name? His name is Michael. What’s her name? Her name is Nicole.
ต่อ 1.He has a dog. It is his dog. 2.She has cats. They are her cats. 3.We have two bags. These are our bags. 4.They have three cars. These are their cars.
ต่อ หมายเหตุ ถ้าเป็นชื่อคนให้ใช้ ’s เช่น Bill’s Nicole’s
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Let’s start POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Personal Pronouns I You He She It Possessive Adjectives My You His Her Its Singular Plural Personal.
Possessives Where is David’s car? Where is his car? Possessive noun Possessive Adjective.
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Pronouns - subject pronouns - object pronouns - possessive adjectives - possessive pronouns.
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Subject /Object The subject usually comes before the verb. He likes coffee. The object usually comes after the verb. He likes coffee.
PRONOUNS. Without pronouns Steve said Steve needed the calculator Steve purchased if Steve was going to complete Steve’s assignment on time. With pronouns.
Personal pronouns Possessive Adjectives Possessive Pronouns Objective Pronouns Pronouns.
In this lesson we will learn about: Personal pronouns Object pronouns Possessive adjectives Possessive pronouns.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES aneb přivlastňovací zájmena Vypracovala Mgr. Jana Dvořáková.
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS hers ours its She has got Tim’s hat. The hat is _________ his his NEXT 1/12.
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by HERBER I I have got a ball. my It’s my ball.
Subject Possessive pronoun adjective I He She It We You They My His Her Its Our Your Their mine his yours hers its ours theirs Possessive pronoun.
Can you find the correct pronoun or possessive adjective? I / my he / his she /her it / its we / our you / your they / their.
Unit 31 Object Relative Clauses (Adjective Clauses with Object Relative Pronouns)
PRONOUNS and possessive pronouns, and indexing for pronouns.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
Personal Pronoums & Possesive Pronoums and Adjectives.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
A: Is this your wallet? B: No, it isn’t mine. A: Whose is it, then? B: I think it’s Simon’s. His wallet is brown.
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Possessive Pronouns Pronouns that show ownership!.
A: Is this your wallet? B: No, it isnt mine. A: Whose is it, then? B: I think its Simons. His wallet is brown.
RELATIVE CLAUSES DEFININGNON-DEFINING. RELATIVE PRONOUNS WHO (people) WHICH (things) THAT (people and things) WHOSE (possessive) WHERE (place)
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
Personal Pronouns By: Chandler, Zach, Vinny, K.C., Destiny.
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What is a Pronoun? Keith Calleja 5.1. What is a Pronoun? A Pronoun is a word which is used instead of a Noun.
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The people Write it down. By the water Who will make it?
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
First Grade Spelling Words the of and a to in.
List A Sight Words. the of and it he me by.
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.
Personal Pronouns and Possessives Grammar Guide. Possessives WHOSE? = CZYJE? Three ways of expressing: possessive ’s possessive ’s determiners (possessive.
Unit 30 Subject Relative Clauses (Adjective Clauses with Subject Relative Pronouns)
When will we go. If we were older Each of us What did they say?
The passengers on the departing airplane waved their hands good-bye. Identify all the pronouns in this sentence and determine their type?
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Pronouns practice 1 together My mom is your teacher. My school is good. I need your help. You and I have the same shoes. I don’t like your hat. Bob needs.
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High-Frequency Sight Words First 100 Words. the of.
Possessives VY_32_INOVACE_AJ_1,2,3,4_62 Revision Č í slo projektu: CZ.1.07./1.5.00/ Č í slo projektu: CZ.1.07./1.5.00/ Název projektu: Zlepšení.
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