Presentation on theme: "Pronoun Review. There are either 2. _________________ or 3. ___________________ pronouns. A. Subject Pronouns: a pronoun that takes the place of a simple."— Presentation transcript:
There are either 2. _________________ or 3. ___________________ pronouns. A. Subject Pronouns: a pronoun that takes the place of a simple subject noun. B. Object Pronouns: “past the verb”; a pronoun that takes the place of a noun found in the predicate. It can replace the direct object, indirect object, or object of the preposition. SubjectObject I, you, she, he, we, they, it Me, you, her, him, them, us, it Topic/Objective: Pronouns and their functions 1. A pronoun is a word that _______________________
Subject and Object Pronouns Directions: Write down the pronoun. Tell if it is an object or subject in the sentence. 4. I love to go to the beach during the summer. 5. The dog chased him around the block. 6. Jessica and I went shopping yesterday. 7. They were sad when school was over for the year.
Possessive Pronouns C. Possessive pronoun: a pronoun that shows 8.__________ ~Function as 9. _____________ before nouns. (my, our, his, her, their, its, and your) ~Can be used after verbs. (mine, ours, hers, his, theirs, and yours)
Possessive Pronouns Directions: Write the possessive pronoun in the sentence. 10. I wanted all of my students to do well on the test. 11. His story was the best in the whole sixth grade. 12. Sue and Tom went to their grandparents for the weekend.
Create a table like the one below. Fill in with information from the sentences. Ex. Mary and Sam went to the mall with his parents. NOUNSPRONOUNSSUBJECTPREDICATE Mary, Sam, mall parents hisMary and Samwent 13. Their dog barked all night long and kept me awake. 14. Barbra Streisand is a wonderful singer. 15. She took the books back to the library. 16. The cat whined for his food, but no-one fed him. 17. My computer crashed!
18.What is an indefinite pronoun? 19.Everyone brought (their, his or her) special dish to the picnic. 20.Several of the students brought (their, his, or her) baseball mitts. 21.Some of the lake pollution was down from (its, their) all-time high. 22.On the way back, everyone quickened (his or her, their) pace. 23.All of the girls were at (her, their) best during the swim meet.
Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Practice Directions: In each sentence, underline the pronoun and draw an arrow to its antecedent. Ex. The flower lost its petals during the storm. 1.David didn’t get his picture taken today at school. 2. Both did a good job on their project. 3. All of the teachers enjoyed their summer break. 4. Jennifer drove to school and locked her keys in the car. More practice…
More P/A Agreement Practice… Directions: Fill in the blank with the correct pronoun. Remember the pronoun and antecedent must agree in number and gender. 1.The children got to go on ______________ field trip early. 2.The soccer team finally won a championship. ________ were so elated. 3.South Carolina is well-known for _____ historical heritage. 4.I brought some of _______favorite books with ______ to read on the beach. 5.Jonathan and I would love to bring ______ friends with us to the movie.