Week 16: English Pronouns

Ms Luna CLASS     -   Wednesday: 19/04/23  

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Ms Luna CLASS     -   Wednesday: 19/04/23  

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Remember/ Denk aan:
  1. Your binder
  2. Your computer
  3. Your headphones
  4. Your notebook
  5. Your pencil case

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Ms Luna Rules/ Regels
  1. No phones during class time.
  2. Only use computers for schoolwork.
  3. You'll get a yellow card if you get three times a warning from the teacher (You'll have to stay after school for 30 minutes and do extra homework).
  4. Listen always to the teacher.
  5. Be kind to everybody.

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HOW ARE YOU?
HOE GAAT HET?
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Possessive Adjectives
At the end of the lesson, you will be able to identify and use possessive adjectives correctly in sentences.

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Aim: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify, understand and use correctly possessive adjectives in sentences.

Objective:

- To introduce the concept and use of possessive adjectives.
- To practice the correct use of possessive adjectives in sentences.
- To develop the students’ communication skills through group activities and discussion.
- To reinforce students' understanding of the use of possessive adjectives through practice exercises.
Write the following:
Subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive adjectives,
possessive pronouns and reflexive pronouns

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Objectives: 
- Students will be able to understand the different types of pronouns in English 
- Students will be able to differentiate between subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns and reflexive pronouns
- Students will be able to use the pronouns accurately in sentences 

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Subject pronouns
Subject pronouns are words we use instead of someone's name when we are talking about them doing something. 

"She loves ice cream"
In this sentence, "she" is a subject pronoun. It's used to replace the name of the person who loves ice cream. Instead of saying "Maria loves ice cream", we can use the pronoun "she" to make the sentence shorter and easier to say.

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Object Pronouns 
Object pronouns are words we use instead of someone's name when they are having something done to them.

"He gave her a hug"
In this sentence, "her" is an object pronoun. It's used to replace the name of the person who received the hug. Instead of saying "He gave a hug to Maria", we can use the pronoun "her" to make the sentence shorter and easier to say.

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Possessive Adjectives
Possessive adjectives are words that show who owns something. 

"That is my toy car"
In this sentence, "my" is a possessive adjective. It's used to show that the toy car belongs to the speaker.

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Possessive Pronouns
Possessive pronouns are words that replace a noun to show who owns something. 

"The ball is mine"
In this sentence, "mine" is a possessive pronoun. It's used to replace the name of the person who owns the ball. Instead of saying "The ball belongs to me", we can use the pronoun "mine" to make the sentence shorter and easier to say.

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Reflexive Pronouns
Reflexive pronouns are words that show when someone is doing something to themselves.

"I can tie my shoes by myself"
In this sentence, "myself" is a reflexive pronoun. It's used to show that the person doing the action (tying shoes) is also the person receiving the action. In this case, the speaker is doing the action to themselves.

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Subject pronouns are used as the subject of a sentence, while object pronouns are used as the object of a sentence. Here are some tips to help you differentiate between subject and object pronouns in English:

  • Subject pronouns come before the verb in a sentence, while object pronouns come after the verb
Example: "She likes pizza." (subject pronoun "she" comes before the verb "likes") vs. "He gave her a present." (object pronoun "her" comes after the verb "gave")
  • Subject pronouns are used to identify who is doing the action, while object pronouns are used to identify who is receiving the action
Example: "I saw him." (subject pronoun "I" is doing the action of seeing, object pronoun "him" is receiving the action of being seen)


  • Subject pronouns are used to start a sentence, while object pronouns are used after prepositions (such as "to", "for", "with", "on", etc.). 
Example: "She is going to the store." (subject pronoun "she" starts the sentence) vs. "He is playing with me." (object pronoun "me" comes after the preposition "with")
  • Object pronouns are often used to replace nouns in a sentence, while subject pronouns usually stand in for the name of a person or thing
Example: "She loves her dog." (the noun "dog" is not replaced by a pronoun) vs. "She loves him." (the noun "him" is replaced by the object pronoun "him")


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My sister and ___ went to the park?
A
mine
B
my
C
muah
D
I

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Can you give the book to ___?
A
mine
B
mi
C
me
D
I

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This is ___ car.
A
me
B
my
C
I
D
mine

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The toy is ___
A
mine
B
me
C
I
D
my

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He cut ___ while shaving.
A
hij
B
he
C
himself
D
his

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The verb ¬ībe¬ī time!
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  • Working sheet template!
Keeping Your Brain Active
Beginners:
  • Agendaweb.org
Grammar exercises 1 - Pronouns

Intermediates:
  • Worksheets English pronouns

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Shake Your Body!
You will have 30 seconds to dance while I play some music, and when the music stops, I will say a pronoun and any of you must quickly shout out an example of that pronoun. 

For example, if I say "I," any of you could shout out "I am happy!" 

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Homework review time!
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Homework review time!
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