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  • 1. 3rd Person Singular <br />By: Kathryn GAugler<br />
  • 2. Objectives:<br /><ul><li>Identify 3rd person singular pronouns
  • 3. Correctly identify instances of 3rd person in context.
  • 4. Use 3rd person correctly in sentences. </li></ul>Extended Objective:<br />Write paragraph in 3rd person to describe a family member or friend. Include a description of what they do, what they look like, their age, height and/or physical characteristics. <br />
  • 5. Let’s Review:<br />The first person is when the speaker is talking about ____________________.<br />How are you?<br />Hi. My name is Tim. <br />themself<br />The second person is when the speaker is talking to _______________________. <br />someone else<br />
  • 6. Good work!<br />
  • 7. The 3rd person refers to:<br />Someone or something being spoken about<br />That person or thing is NOT involved in the conversation!<br />3rd Person Singular<br />
  • 8. he<br />she<br />There are two pronouns to use in place of someone’s name in English. <br />Remember: <br />these only are used to refer to one person.<br />(male)<br />(female)<br />3rd Person Pronouns<br />
  • 9. Did you know….?<br />Many books are written in the 3rd person. <br />Think of your favorite book…<br />Does it use words like he and she?<br />If it does – that’s the 3rd person!<br />Cool Fact<br />
  • 10. He likes to read books about cowboys.<br />She paints a picture in art class. <br />3rd Person Examples<br />
  • 11. The 3rd person also works for nouns that aren’t people. <br />The pronoun for these words would be:<br />it<br />
  • 12. <ul><li>The storm is violent.
  • 13. It is violent.
  • 14. My hat is black.
  • 15. It is black.
  • 16. That cow is huge!
  • 17. It is huge!</li></ul>Notice that we eliminate the definite/indefinite articles, possessive adjectives and demonstrative adjectives. <br />IT<br />
  • 18. Now it’s your turn! <br />
  • 19. He<br />My dad works very hard. __________ works with cars. <br />
  • 20. I live in New York City. _________ is a very loud and busy place. <br />It<br />
  • 21. She<br />________ wore a dress to the dance. Anna looked very pretty. <br />
  • 22. Which one of these sentences is written in the 3rd person?<br />You talk too fast. You should slow down when reading a big paragraph.<br />My friend is Andrew. He is funny and nice. Sometimes he visits my house.<br />I live with my mom and brother. I have two dogs and a cat. <br />
  • 23. Great job! Keep practicing!<br />Try writing a short paragraph about a friend or family member. Give it to your teacher when you are done. <br />

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