What’s a possessive? A possessive noun is a noun
indicating (possession). Here are
some examples of possessive nouns
1.James is Oscar’s father.
2. John and James are Elena’s sons.
3. Lisa and Marga are Harry’s granddaughters.
4. Lisa is Marga’s sister.
5. Elena is Oscar’s grandfather.
6. James is John’s brother.
Ahora veamos el cuadro gramatical y obsevemos
el uso de los posesivos his, her our and their,
posteriormente y teniendo en cuenta el cuadro
practiquemos realizando el siguiente ejercicio.
Plural nouns are words used to
indicate that there is more than
one person, animal, place, thing,
Use this for things near to you. Use
that for things not near to you
This is my dog.
That is my bag.
That is my laptop.
This is my teacher
According to the examples, write 5
sentences using this or that
Finally, review the last unit seen
in this semester.
We use can to express a general ability, can’t to express a
lack of ability.
REMEMBER: You have to use CAN or CAN’T and the
verb in infinitve form.
TIP! Look the grammar chart.
Look the grammar chart and review
the structure of questions and short
answers, according to the grammar
structure do the following practice.
TIP! The first example is using verb
to be and the second one is using have.
Both sentences are correct.
TIP! We use very and really before
the adjectives to add emphasis in the
Now, Let’s to study the
UNITS: 3, 4 and 5
ADJECTIVES SPECIAL OCCASIONS
A new baby
A wedding anniversary
Oh, thank you!
Thank you very much!
TIP! These expressions are used very
positively to express pleasure/happiness
Can I help you? Can I have a
1. A coffee 4. small
2. Two fruits juices 5. a sandwich
3. A mineral water 6. no
Ask the question and then
answer with the words.
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