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Possessive adjectives a1
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  • 1. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES My, your, his, her, our, your, their.
  • 2. Who is the possessor? I You He She It We You They My Your His Her Its Our Your Their
  • 3. Her hat
  • 4. ITS & IT’S • ITS Oxford is famous for its university. • IT’S ( IT IS) I like Oxford. It’s a nice city. (It is a nice city)
  • 5. Possessive adjectives • • • • • • • POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES + NOUNS My hands Our house His mother Your friend Her new car Their room
  • 6. Subject pronouns (I, You, He, She, We, You, They) • • • • • • • SUBJECT PRONOUNS + VERB I have 5 children. We live in this house. He eats chocolate. She reads English books. They dance flamenco It is very expensive.
  • 7. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES • They don’t change in plural • My hat • My hats
  • 8. S
  • 9. PRACTICE! YOUR Do you like ______________ job? HIS I know Mr. Watson but I don’t know _______ wife. Mr. And Mrs. Baker live in London. _________ baby is 5 years old. THEIR We have a party tomorrow. We are inviting all _______ friends. OUR HIS HIS John has a brother and a sister. ____ brother is 25 and ______ sister is 21.

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