Posessive Adjectives in French

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Possessive adjectives in French (mon, ma, mes, ton, ta, tes, son, sa, ses) geared for a Middle School class.

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  • Just for you to know. We don't say ''TA professeur'' but ''TON professeure'' even if the adjectif possessif is masculin.

    Also, you must add an ''e'' at the end of professeure , if it is feminin.

    Please make sure to review the grammar rules before teaching and sharing them.
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Posessive Adjectives in French

  1. 1. Les possessives
  2. 2. Ma chatte, Farah, aime mes livres sur mon lit violet. (My cat, Farah, loves my books on my purple bed.)
  3. 3. Into your notes: MY YOUR HIS/HER (INFORMAL)MASCULINENOUNS MON TON SONFEMININENOUNS MA TA SAPLURAL MES TES SESNOUNS
  4. 4. mon père(my father)
  5. 5. son lapin (his rabbit)
  6. 6. sa poule(her chicken)
  7. 7. ses chiens (his dogs)
  8. 8. *ton école (your school)
  9. 9. Pratiquez! Mon/ma/mes = my Ton/ta/tes = your Son/sa/ses = his orhers. I. Complete the following, by selecting the appropriate forms of the possessives. ________ (his) livre. ________ (my) trousse. ________ (your) amie. ________ (her) prof. ________ (your) classe. ________ (my) soeur. ________ (your) père. ________ (your) amis. ________ (his) cahier. ________ (her) cahiers. ________ (your) stylo. ________ (your) crayons. ________ (my) ordinateur. ________ (your) gomme. ________ (her) frère.

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