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Possessive Pronouns Second Grade Grammar
Singular Possessive Pronouns A possessive pronoun takes the place of a possessive noun. A possessive pronoun shows who or what owns something. My, your, his, and her are singular possessive nouns.
Plural Possessive Pronouns A plural possessive pronoun shows who or what owns something. Its, our, your, and their are plural possessive pronouns.
Possessive Pronouns Singular Possessive shows ownership of one person my your her his Plural Possessive shows ownership of more than one person its our your their
Possessive Nouns John and Jan’s house is brick. Anndrea’s house is brick. The dog’s bone is lost. Hank’s leg is broken. Trinna’s car is locked. Chad’s dad and my dad are friends.
Personal Pronouns. What is a pronoun? A pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun. You use pronouns all the time. In fact, the word “you” is a.
Agreement and Indefinites. Pronouns should agree with the antecedent in number, case and gender That is if there is one person you use the singular.
Plural or Possessive ..
by HERBER I I have got a ball. my It’s my ball.
Distinguishing Plurals, Possessives, and Contractions
Noun Phrases & Suffixes. Nouns Part of the form class Have markers and identifiers to show that it is a noun Can be made either plural or possessive Markers.
Helping Verbs Second Grade Grammar. Helping Verbs n A helping verb helps another verb to show an action. n Have and has can be helping verbs. n Use has.
Joining sentences with Relative Pronouns The boy has hurt his leg. He fell on the stairs just now. The boy who fell on the stairs just now has hurt his.
Possessive Nouns: We will write complete sentences using singular and plural possessive nouns. Possessive Pronouns: We will write complete sentences.
CHAPTER 8 and 9 Lecture by Sabiha Saleem. Possessive nouns or pronouns show that someone or something owns or possesses something else (another noun).
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES Grammar 1CApril 11, Today’s Class 5 Minute Quiz Go over the homework Review Continue with the chapter Game Drills/Homework.
ENG3C. Indicates simply that there are more than one of the person or thing in question. For most, the plural form includes the letter "s" at the.
Learning Objective: Today we will identify possessive pronouns in a sentence and replace nouns using possessive WC 1.4 Do gestures with students. Open.
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns. The most frequently used pronouns are called personal pronouns. They refer to people or.
By: Hawks. 18 Sentence error identification questions 25 sentence improvement questions 6 paragraph improvement questions.
English: Friday, November 30, Handouts: * Grammar #28 (Possessive Pronouns) 2.Homework: * Grammar #28 (Possessive Pronouns) * If you don’t finish.
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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