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Subject pronouns; possessive adjectives




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PERSONAL PRONOUNS (SUBJECT-OBJECT) POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES AND PRONOUNS
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PERSONAL PRONOUNS (SUBJECT AND OBJECT) AND POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
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Age: 10-17
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Pronouns
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PERSONAL PRONOUNS (SUBJECT-OBJECT) POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES AND PRONOUNS (KEY INCLUDED)
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Age: 12-14
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 Subject pronouns; possessive adjectives

1. The crossed-out phrases have mistakes. Find the mistakes. Write the correct form. Use  contractions.

 
 To:         Julie
 From:    John
 Subject: My new home
 
 
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
 
 
Hi Julie,

Here I am in my new home. Its great here. The Jacksons are really nice. All the kids are very

friendly. His names are Robbie, Lucy, and Andy. Robbie`s the youngest in the family.
 
Her real name is Robert. He`s only six, but his okay .
 
Lucy`s nice too. She`s 14 and his favorite group  is The Killers. Andy and my are
 
both 15, so we go to the same school. Hour school is nice. I like it`s name
 
. Its is  Massapequa High School.  That.s it for now. Send me an e-mail.

                            

                                                                                                                         Love, John
 
________________________________________________________________________________

Introductions; prepositions of location

2. Make two conversations. Use the sentences in the box.

 

Under your bed.                             Mom, where are my books?                                      Yes, they are.

Annie`s Canadian.                           Where are you from in Canada?                                 No, they`re not.

Nice to meet you too.                      Hello, Annie. It`s nice to meet you.                            Toronto.

Dad, this is Annie.                           They`re in your room.                                               Where?

 
 
 
 
 
Tom: Dad, this is Annie.                                                  Lisa: Mom, where are my books?

Dad:                                                          Mom: 

Annie:                                                                               Lisa:  

Tom:                                                                                      Mom:

Dad:                                                                     Lisa: 

Annie:                                                                                                  Mom: