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1 Unit 4 Like Father, Like Son

2 Possessive Case ‘s is used with singular nouns :
A man’s job A child’s voice A simple apostrophe(‘) is used with plural nouns ending in s: The girls’ school The students’ class We add ‘s to the last noun of phrase to show possession: This is Ahmed and Ali’s father

3 This is my son’s/sons bicycle.
This is Jenny/Jenny’s desk. Jenny’s That is Tony and Pam's/ Tony's and Pam house. Tony and Pam's Those are Bob/Bob’s shoes. Bob’s These are the boys/boys’ bicycles. boys’

4 Personal Pronouns & Possessive Adjectives
Possessive Pronoun Object Pronoun Subject Pronoun my me I your you his him he her she its it our us we their them they

5 I I help people. Nada helps me. This is my book. You You help people. Nada helps you. This is your book. He He helps people. Nada helps him. This is his book. She She helps people. Nada helps her. This is her book. it It helps people. Nada helps it. This is its book. We We help people. Nada helps us. This is our book. They They help people. Nada helps them. This is their book.

6 Who’s/Whose Who’s = Who is Who’s is used to ask about a person.
“Who’s Ahmed?” “He is my brother” “Who’s your teacher?” “Sahar” Whose Whose is used to ask about an entity possessor (Owner). “Whose book is this?” “Maha’s” “Whose brother is Ahmed?” ”Ali’s”

7 Excersise: “ mother is Nourah?” ” Hala’s” Whose “ sheet is this?” “Sarah’s” “ Nourah?” ” she is Hala’s mother” Who is (who’s) “ Sarah’s sister?” ” Amal” “ bag is this?” ” Nada’s” “ your father?” ” Omar”

8 Possessive Adjective & Possessive Pronoun
Possesive adjective mine my yours your his hers her ------ its ours our theirs their

9 Possessive Pronoun Possessive adjectives come before a noun.
It’s my dog It’s our dog. It’s his dog It’s their dog. Possessive Pronouns don’t take a noun after them. This dog is mine This dog is ours. This dog is his This dog is theirs.

10 “Who’s/Whose is Ann” ”She’s my/mine sister”.
Who’s my “Is this bag your/yours?” “No, it’s Sheila’s/Sheila” yours Sheila’s “Who/Whose dog is that?” ”it’s their/theirs” Whose theirs “Are those balls your/yours” ”yes, they’re our/ours” yours ours “Who’s he?” ”Tom’s and Julie’s/Tom and Julie’s father Tom and Julie’s

11 Possessive Adjective & Possessive Pronoun
mine It’s house my This is yours your his hers her ------ its ours our theirs their

12 Present Simple Affirmative (Positive)
Simple present Subject in Riyadh live I We You They lives He She It

13 Present Simple Present Simple tense is used to express Permanent states , repeated actions and daily routines. Examples: I live in Riyadh ----> Permanent States She goes to the park every Friday ----> repeated actions He Smokes ----> daily routines.

14 Most verbs take –s with (he, she, it)
He sings , She plays , It speaks loudly With (he, she, it) We add –es to verbs ending in -sh, -ch, -ss,-x , -o He teaches English , She kisses the baby. Ahmed Fixes the car , Nada does the job With (he, she, it) if the verb ends with a consonant +y , we drop the y and add –ies Study ----> He studies English. fly ----> He flies to London.

15 Present Simple Negative
Simple present Subject in Riyadh live do not (don’t) I We You They does not (doesn't) He She It

16 I eat chocolate. Negative : I don’t eat chocolate. They play football. Negative : They don’t play football. We travel. Negative : We don’t travel. She drinks coffee. Negative : She doesn’t drink coffee. He plays tennis. Negative : He doesn’t play tennis. It rains in Riyadh. Negative : It doesn’t rain in Riyadh.

17 Interrogative (Question)
Simple present Subject ? in Riyadh live I We You They Do He She It Does

18 I Sleep early. Do you sleep early? Yes, I do. / no, I don’t They Play Tennis. Do they play tennis? Yes, they do./ no, they don’t. She speaks English. Does she speak English? Yes, she does. / no, she doesn’t. He travels every month. Does he travel every month? Yes, he does. / no, he doesn’t.

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