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Possessive adjective Subject Object Possessive AdjectivePossessive Pronoun I me my nine You you your yours We us our ours They them their theirs He his She her hers It it its
Example Possessive AdjectiveWhat’s your name? My name is Jennifer. What’s his name? His name is Michael. What’s her name? Her name is Nicole.
ต่อ 1.He has a dog. It is his dog. 2.She has cats. They are her cats.3.We have two bags . These are our bags . 4.They have three cars. These are their cars.
ต่อ หมายเหตุ ถ้าเป็นชื่อคนให้ใช้ ’s เช่น Bill’s Nicole’s
High Frequency Words List A Group 1
Subject /Object The subject usually comes before the verb.
Can you see?.
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Subject Possessive pronoun adjective
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Can you find the correct pronoun or possessive adjective? I / my he / his she /her it / its we / our you / your they / their.
by HERBER I I have got a ball. my It’s my ball.
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