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9.3 Possessive Nouns Objective:-To identify possessive nouns -To punctuate and correctly spell possessive nouns
Possessive Nouns A noun that shows ownership.Names who or what owns or has something. Rita has a book………..Rita’s book
Forming Possessive NounsMost singular nouns Add an (’s) girl……..girl’s shoe country…..country’s history student……student’s books
Forming Possessive Nouns2. Singular nouns ending in s Add an (’s) Lewis……..Lewis’s book Chris………Chris’s book Alexis……..Alexis’s book bus…………..bus’s tires
Forming Possessive Nouns3. Plural nouns ending in s Add an (’) animals………..animals’ fur birds……………..birds’ feather students………..students’ classes
Forming Possessive Nouns4. Plural nouns not ending in s Add an (’s) women……..women’s restroom children…….children’s choir men………….men’s locker room
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The apostrophe is used with possessives. Possessives show something belongs to someone or something. In other words, they “possess” something. If we.
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Wednesday’s Bellwork Do week 5 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday’s questions – Page 27 – On a piece of your own paper Modify these nouns to possessive.
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