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Apostrophes can be used to show possession
In this lesson you will learn that apostrophesshow possession. For example, the girl’s hat. OR Erin’s jacket. Add ‘s to the end of the word.
The ball belongs to Daniel.Interactive task Write each sentence using apostrophes to show possession. The ball belongs to Daniel. The web belongs to the spider. Well done !
The basket belongs to the lady.Interactive task Write each sentence using apostrophes to show possession. The basket belongs to the lady. The collar belongs to the dog. Well done !
Interactive task The house of Poppy and Callum. The jacket belonging to the doctor. The rattle belonging to the baby. Well done !
What about plural nouns !Well done so far. What about plural nouns ! ghosts doctors girls boys teachers animals
If there is more than one owner, we add ‘ to the plural.The soldiers’ tank.
The ball belonging to the boys.Interactive task Write each sentence using apostrophes to show possession. The ball belonging to the boys. The cave belonging to the dragons. Well done !
Interactive task The school belonging to the kids. The books belonging to the teachers. The community belonging to the citizens. Well done !
Not all plurals end in s! men children mice fish sheep peopleWell done so far. Not all plurals end in s! men children mice fish sheep people
The field belonging to the sheep.Interactive task Write each sentence using apostrophes to show possession. The field belonging to the sheep. The classroom belonging to the children. Well done !
Interactive task The river belonging to the fish. The cheese belonging to the mice. The trophy belonging to the men. Well done !
The lady’s car. Can you explain the difference to a friend?So good work everyone ! Something to watch out for: The lady’s car. Can you explain the difference to a friend? The ladies’ car.
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