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UNIT 6
PRONOUNS
SUBJECT OBJECT
POSSESIVE +
OBJECT
POSSESIVE + NO
OBJECT
I ME MY MINE
YOU YOU YOUR YOURS
HE HIM HIS HIS
SHE HER HER HERS
IT...
We use subject pronouns as the subject of a
verb
• I like comedies
• He wants to go to the cinema
We use object pronouns as the object of a
verb
• The film made me cry
• She ate them all.
We use possessive pronouns to show
possession
• These are my sweets.
• Those sweets are yours.
POSSESIVES
We use ´s and s´to show
possession.
We use ´s for one person and
s´for more than one person
• She ate her friend´s popcorn
• (just one friend)
• She ate her friends´popcorn
• (more than one friend)
BE CAREFUL!
• But we use ´s with children
• Where are the children´s tickets?
What kind of music do you like?
How does music make you feel?
Who is your favorite singer or group?Why?
Do you think it is...
MODALS FOR ABILITY
AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE
CAN CAN´T
COULD COULDN´T
■ We use can and can´t to talk about ability in the present
– He can play the guitar
– She can´t sing.
■ We use could and ...
MODALS FOR
OBLIGATION
OBLIGATION NO OBLIGATION NOTALLOWED
Must - Mustn´t
Have to Don´t have to -
Need to Needn´t -
Had to - -
We use must, have to and need to for
obligation in the present
■ You must pay your debts.
■ We have to arrive at 9 o´clock...
Notice the difference between don´t
have to / needn´t / mustn´t
■ You don´t have to/ needn´t leave now
– (there is no obli...
We use had to to talk about obligation in
the past
■ I had to play the piano when I was a child.
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Pronouns and Modals (Obligation and Ability)

  1. 1. UNIT 6
  2. 2. PRONOUNS
  3. 3. SUBJECT OBJECT POSSESIVE + OBJECT POSSESIVE + NO OBJECT I ME MY MINE YOU YOU YOUR YOURS HE HIM HIS HIS SHE HER HER HERS IT IT ITS ITS WE US OUR OURS THEY THEM THEIR THEIRS
  4. 4. We use subject pronouns as the subject of a verb • I like comedies • He wants to go to the cinema
  5. 5. We use object pronouns as the object of a verb • The film made me cry • She ate them all.
  6. 6. We use possessive pronouns to show possession • These are my sweets. • Those sweets are yours.
  7. 7. POSSESIVES
  8. 8. We use ´s and s´to show possession.
  9. 9. We use ´s for one person and s´for more than one person
  10. 10. • She ate her friend´s popcorn • (just one friend) • She ate her friends´popcorn • (more than one friend)
  11. 11. BE CAREFUL! • But we use ´s with children • Where are the children´s tickets?
  12. 12. What kind of music do you like? How does music make you feel? Who is your favorite singer or group?Why? Do you think it is wrong to download music for free?
  13. 13. MODALS FOR ABILITY
  14. 14. AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE CAN CAN´T COULD COULDN´T
  15. 15. ■ We use can and can´t to talk about ability in the present – He can play the guitar – She can´t sing. ■ We use could and couldn´t to talk about ability in the past – He could play the piano when he was three. – She couldn´t go to the festival last summer.
  16. 16. MODALS FOR OBLIGATION
  17. 17. OBLIGATION NO OBLIGATION NOTALLOWED Must - Mustn´t Have to Don´t have to - Need to Needn´t - Had to - -
  18. 18. We use must, have to and need to for obligation in the present ■ You must pay your debts. ■ We have to arrive at 9 o´clock ■ You need to bring a coat
  19. 19. Notice the difference between don´t have to / needn´t / mustn´t ■ You don´t have to/ needn´t leave now – (there is no obligation now) ■ You mustn´t leave now – (it is not allowed)
  20. 20. We use had to to talk about obligation in the past ■ I had to play the piano when I was a child.

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