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    • SUBJECT PERSONAL PRONOUNS and POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES ELEMENTARY
      • Los pronombres personales de sujeto son los siguientes:
      Ellos / ellas THEY Vosotros / vosotras / ustedes YOU Nosotros / nosotras WE Ello (animales o cosas) IT Ella SHE El HE Tu / usted YOU Yo I
    • CARACTERÍSTICAS
      • Estos pronombres siempre funcionan como sujeto, es decir van delante del verbo al principio de la frase:
          • I am his sister. (Soy su hermana)
          • He is at school. (Está en el colegio)
          • They are very ill. (Están muy enfermos)
      • Cuando la frase es afirmativa o negativa, estos pronombres van al principio de la frase, pero cuando es interrogativa, van detrás del auxiliar:
          • We live in La Rioja. (Vivimos en la Rioja)
          • She doesn’t eat rice. (Ella no come arroz)
          • Is it on the table? (¿Está en la mesa?)
      • CUIDADO: Aunque en castellano haya muchas veces que no ponemos el sujeto, en inglés hay que ponerlo SIEMPRE:
          • He studies Japanese (Estudia Japones)
          • I play the piano (Toco el piano)
          • We are in Italy (Estamos en Italia)
      • Los adjetivos posesivos son los siguientes:
      Su / sus (de ellos) THEIR Vuestro / vuestros / su / sus (de ustedes) YOUR Nuestro / nuestros OUR Su / sus (de animal o cosa) ITS Su / sus (de ella) HER Su / sus (de él) HIS Tu / tus / su / sus (de usted) YOUR Mi / mis M Y
    • CARACTERÍSTICAS
      • Estos adjetivos indican posesión
          • I am his sister. (Soy su hermana)
          • This is our school. (Este es nuestro colegio)
          • Those are their bags. (Aquellas son sus bolsas)
      • Como son adjetivos van siempre delante de un nombre:
          • That is our house. (Esa es nuestra casa)
          • Where is my book?. (¿Dónde está mi libro?)
          • Is it on their table? (¿Está en su mesa?)
    • Let's practice
    • Escribe el pronombre concreto
      • _______ is a cat.
      • Does _______ play the guitar? Yes, he does.
      • My sister is very intelligent. _______ is studying at university.
      • _______ are my parents.
    • Answer:
      • IT is a cat.
      • Does HE play the guitar? Yes, he does.
      • My sister is very intelligent. SHE is studying at university.
      • THEY are my parents.
    • Escribe el adjetivo posesivo concreto
      • They boy likes _______ school.
      • Mary sees _______ mother everyday.
      • My friends bring _______ children to our house on Saturdays.
      • I often forget_______ key.
    • Answer
      • They boy likes HIS school.
      • Mary sees HER mother everyday.
      • My friends bring THEIR children to our house on Saturdays.
      • I often forget MY key.