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LINDA It´s Linda´s house It´s her house Whose house is this?
LINDA Whose car is this? It´s Linda´s car It´s her car
LINDA Whose bag is this? It´s Linda´s bag It´s her bag
LINDA Whose friends are these? They´re Linda´s friends They´re her friends
LINDA Whose cats are they? They´re Linda´s cats They´re her cats
LINDA Whose boyfriend is he? He´s Linda´s boyfriend He´s her boyfriend
LINDA Whose school is this? It´s Linda´s school It´s her school
LINDA Whose students are they? They´re Linda´s students They´re her students
SAM and Susan Whose children are these? They´re Sam and Susan´s children They´re their children
Sam and Susan Whose parents are they? They´re Susan´s parents They´re her parents
Sam and Susan Whose books are they? They´re Sam´s books They´re his books
Sam and Susan Whose mobiles are they? They´re Sam and Susan´s mobiles They´re their mobiles
Sam and Susan Whose umbrellas are they? They´re Sam and Susan´s umbrellas They´re their umbrellas
Sam and Susan Whose car is this? It´s their car It´s Sam and Susan´s car
5A © Educational Publishing House Ltd Since and So Unit 1 A family outing to Cheung Chau Island.
mine; his; hers; its; yours; ours; theirs
POSSESSIVES Its Janets book. Its the boys football. Theyre the girls dolls.
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Unit 2 What should I do? star. What ’ s wrong with him? What should he do?
I have … You have … We have … They have … He has … She has … It has …
Sight Word Phrases Group 1.
MIDTERM REVIEW PEC1.
1 Subject PronounsPossesive Adjectives I You He She It We You They My Your His Her Its Our
This/That/These/Those. This is This is – to jest (jedna rzecz i blisko) This is – to jest (jedna rzecz i blisko) This is a cat. This is a cat. This is.
Present continuous. Q: Where are you? A: I’m in front of the school. Q: Are you going somewhere? A: Yes, I am. I’m going to the bus stop. Q:
P OSSESSIVE P RONOUNS 8° and 9°. P OSSESSIVE P RONOUNS We use possessive pronouns to show who owns or "possesses" something.
Possessive Adjectives Possessive Pronouns ’s or ’.
ASL Class 02/27/2014. Unit 4.9 Telling How Family Members Are Related The Family.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR OBJECT PRONOUNS.
Fry Words Read the words, phrases and sentences before they disappear.
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