Presentation on theme: "English IV At home… Unit 8. Use Whose… ? and mine, yours, his, hers, etc. Order of adjectives before nouns and the pronouns one and ones. Use Do you mind…"— Presentation transcript:
Use Whose… ? and mine, yours, his, hers, etc. Order of adjectives before nouns and the pronouns one and ones. Use Do you mind… ? to ask for permission and Would you mind… ? to make requests. Agree to requests in different ways. In Unit 8, you’re going to learn how to
Whose bag is this? This is my bag.This bag is mine. This is your bag.This bag is yours. This is his bag.This bag is his. This is her bag.This bag is hers. This is our bag.This bag is ours. This is their bag.This bag is theirs. Whose… ?; possessive pronouns.
Whose bag is this? It’s my bag.It’s mine. It’s your bag.It’s yours. It’s his bag.It’s his. It’s her bag.It’s hers. It’s our bag. It’s ours. It’s their bag.It’s theirs. Whose… ?; possessive pronouns. Remember… is = ‘s
Whose keys are those? They’re my keys. They’re mine. They’re your keys. They’re yours. They’re his keys. They’re his. They’re her keys. They’re hers. They’re our keys. They’re ours. They’re their keys. They’re theirs. Whose… ?; possessive pronouns. Remember… are = ‘re
She is a beautiful tall young slim white American girl. They are three nice big old rectangular blue Chilean wool warming cape. I know a lot of tall Norwegian people. The Royal Order of Adjectives. OpinionAgeColorShapeOriginMaterialQuantitySizePurpuse
We use one when speaking about just 1 object or subject. We use ones when speaking about more than 1. Pronouns one and ones… Which picture do you like? Which one do you like? I like the first picture. I like the first one.
Pronouns one and ones… Which guitar do you like? Which one do you like? I like the white guitar. I like the white one. Which snickers do you like? Which ones do you like? I like the black snickers. I like the black ones.
open a window? take a cookie? Do you mind if I use your phone? turn off the television? put on a CD? … Use Do you mind… ? to ask for permission. No, go ahead.