English teaching exercises: pronouns 


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pronouns exercises > Subject personal pronouns and possessive determiners
 

Subject personal pronouns and possessive determiners

 

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Subject personal pronouns and possessive determiners
by Zsuzsapszi

Date: 14 - Oct - 2010
Level: elementary
Age: +7

Description:
I know how difficult is to teach the difference between the subject personal pronouns and possessive determiners for young learners. This worksheet is good for the students who has just started learning English. The grammar is as easy as it can be, so they only need to know to be and have/has got and the pronouns as well. The vocabulary is minimal.


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Zsuzsapszi
Susan Vagone Toth
Hungary
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jecika
Serbia

great ... thanks for sharing          posted by jecika 20101015


ellakass
Israel

Thank you!          posted by ellakass 20101015


alexandraoliveira
Portugal

Gramma error          posted by alexandraoliveira 20101015
The exercise is useful but you must correct it. Itīs possessive determiners or adjectives and not "pronouns"


Zsuzsapszi
Hungary

Grammar error          posted by Zsuzsapszi 20101015
Thank you for your correction.