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  • 1. Chapter 2, Lesson 3.notebook 1 October 08, 2013 Lesson 3: Possessive Nouns possessive form: a noun that shows ownership or relationship The divers waited outside the archeologist's tent.  The archeologist's family had come to visit.  *Possessive nouns may be used in place of longer phrases.  The divers used a robot to find the location of the ship.  OWNERSHIP RELATIONSHIP ship's location 
  • 2. Chapter 2, Lesson 3.notebook 2 October 08, 2013 Noun Rule Possessive Form Singular Mars mound Add an apostrophe (') and s Mars's orbit Mound's location  Plural NOT ending  in 's' people men Add an apostrophe  (') and s people's goods men's shoes Plural ending in 's' temples travelers Add an apostrophe  (') temples' treasures travelers' postcards
  • 3. Chapter 2, Lesson 3.notebook 3 October 08, 2013 1. The Mary Rose was one of (England) finest warships.  2. She sank near the Portsmouth (Harbor) seabed during a battle with the  French fleet in 1545.  3. Many (eyewitnesses) accounts told of her sad end.  4. The Mary Rose quickly became covered with the (seabed) mud and sand. 
  • 4. Chapter 2, Lesson 3.notebook 4 October 08, 2013 5. Alexander McKee located the (wreck) position in 1967.  6. In 1982 the ship was raised and stored in the (city) dry dock.  7. Bows, arrows, and other (archers) equipment were found on the gun  deck.  8. Other weapons were found in the (sailors) cabins. 
  • 5. Chapter 2, Lesson 3.notebook 5 October 08, 2013

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