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Subject and object pronouns I me I am lost. Can you help me? I want you to go with me. An object pronoun comes after a verb or a preposition
You you You look different, I couldn’t recognize you. You are the best, I want to be like you.
He him Carlos is from Mexico. He is a new student. I want to talk to him. He is the English teacher. I want him to teach me.
She Her. Ann is my friend. She is from Spain. I met her last week. My sister goes outside everyday. She goes to my grandmother’s house, I want to go with her.
It it I just bought a computer. It is very heavy. I had to carry it home. I have a new garden. It is small. I want to make it big.
We us We are downstairs. Please open the door for us. We are in the level 1. Miss Sara teaches us grammar 1.
You you (plural) Noura and Ahamd, you look tired. Can I take you home? You are both here. I can show you the room.
They them Ahmad and Noura are here. They want to come in. Please let them in. I love kids. They look beautiful. I love them
Possessive Adjectives and possessive pronouns My mine This is my book. This book is mine. Possessive adjectives come before nouns. Possessive pronouns are not followed by nouns.
Your yours These are your pens. These pens are yours
his his It is his problem. This problem is his.
its Its tail is brown.
Her hers This is her flowers. The flowers are hers.
Our ours Our seats are here. The seats are ours.
Your yours (plural) I’am your teacher. I’am yours.
Their theirs This is their car. This car is theirs.
Possessive Nouns Possessive nouns can be people, places or things that have possession of something. We add ‘ apostrophe and s >>> ‘s
Singular names: For example: Lama Lama’s room The child’s bag The lady’s dress 1- If the name or singular noun doesn’t end in –s, we add ‘s.
Singular nouns: 2-If the name or singular noun ends in –s add ‘ or ‘s for the possessive form: For example: Carlos Carlos’ room or Carlos’s room
Plural nouns: 1- If a plural noun ends in –s, add ‘ for the possessive form. For example: The boys’ room The students’ bags
2- If a plural form doesn’t end in –s, add ‘s. For example: The men’s house. The children’s pens.
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