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Student: Karla Basic 1.3

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Pronoun (Part 1.1)


Personal Pronouns I, me, you, he, him, she... Demonstrative Pronouns this, that, these, those... Possessive Pronouns mine, yours, his...

Personal Pronoun: It denotes an entity of a specific grammatical person: first person (as in the case of I, me, we, etc.), second person (as in the case of you), or third person (he, she, they, etc.).

Stud ent: Karl a

number

person

Gender

personal pronouns

Subject form Object form singular 1st !nd "rd male female male female #ale $emale %euter plural 1st !nd "rd male female male female male female neuter I you he she it we you they Me You Him her it us you them

ronouns. (%ote that Sue is the person spea(ing. )he ($) means that you are as(ed a *uestion.) 1. #y name is Sue. (Sue) +++++++ am ,nglish. -nd this is my family. 2. #y mum.s name is -ngie. (-ngie) ++++++++++ is from Germany. 3. /ob is my dad. (#y dad) +++++++++ is a 0aiter. 4. On the left you can see Simon. (Simon) +++++++++ is my brother. 5. (Sue and Simon) ++++++++++ are t0ins. 6. Our dog is a girl, 1udy. (1udy) ++++++++++ is t0o years old. 7. (Sue, Simon, -ngie and /ob) ++++++++++ li2e in 3anterbury. 8. (3anterbury) +++++++++++++++++ is not far from 4ondon. 9. #y grandparents li2e in 4ondon. (#y grandparents) ++++++++++++ often come and see us. 10. 5hat can (6) +++++++++++ tell me about your family7 Exercise %. &aron was on a "usiness tri to 'ali(ornia. He shows you the souvenirs he )ot (or his (amily. *ill in the correct ronouns. 1. #y sister 1ane lo2es boo(s. )his no2el is for (she) ++++++++. 2. #y children li(e 8isney films. )he 2ideo is for (they) +++++++++++. 3. #y brother #att collects picture postcards. )hese postcards are for (he) +++++++++++. 4. #y parents li(e 4atin music. )he 38 is for (they) +++++++++++++.

Stud ent: Karl Exercise 1. Re lace the wor!s in "rac#ets "y the correct ersonal a

&e She ' if the animal is domesticated or a pet.

I li(e 0atches. )his nice 0atch is for (I) ++++++++++++++++++. 6. #y 0ife and I lo2e s0eets. )hese s0eets are for (0e) +++++++++++++++++++. 7. #y nephe0 li(es cars. )he toy truc( is for (he) +++++++++++++++++++++++++. 8. #y neighbour 0ants to go to 3alifornia ne9t year. )he guide boo( is for (she) ++++++. 9. &ere is another sou2enir. I don.t (no0 0hat to do 0ith (it) +++++++++++++++. 10. :ou (no0 0hat7 ; It.s for (you) ++++++++++++++++++.
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Demonstrative Pronouns: - demonstrati2e pronoun represents a thing or things: near in distance or time (this, these)< far in distance or time (that, those).

Stud ent: Karl a

Exercise +. ,rite -his or -hese in the "oxes "elow.

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Stud ent: Karl a

++++++ pencil is no good. ++++++ is #ichelle.s pen. ++++++ computer is e9pensi2e. ++++++ girls are from my college. ++++++ bi(es are mountain bi(es. ++++++ is my ne0spaper. ++++++ shoes are too big. ++++++ boo( is 2ery interesting. ++++++ house is the biggest in the street.

+. .. /. 0. 1. 2. 3.

14. ++++++ potatoes aren.t coo(ed.

Exercise .. ,rite -hat or -hose in the "oxes "elow.

1.

++++++ des( is mine.

%. +. .. /. 0. 1. 2. 3.

++++++ is a good ans0er. ++++++ *uestions are too difficult. ++++++ isn.t a nice thing to say. ++++++ dogs bar( all day. ++++++ dress is short. ++++++ birds sing in that tree e2ery morning. ++++++ letter is for 1ill. ++++++ 0indo0s are open.

14. ++++++ cars go fast.

Possessive Pronouns: It is used mto refer to a specific person people or thing things (the =antecedent=) belonging to a person people (and sometimes belonging to an animal animals or thing things).

/elo0 are the possessi2e pronouns. %otice that each possessi2e pronoun can: Stud be subject or object ent: refer to a singular or plural antecedent
Karl a

number singular

person 1st !nd "rd

gender (of =o0ner=) male female male female male female

possessi2e pronouns mine yours his hers ours yours theirs

plural

1st !nd "rd

male female male female male female neuter

o
o

%otice that the follo0ing (0ith apostrophe >.?) do %O) e9ist: her.s, your.s, their.s %otice that the interrogati2e pronoun whose can also be a possessi2e pronoun (an interrogati2e possessi2e pronoun). 4oo( at these e9amples: )here 0as @1AA on the table and )ara 0ondered whose it 0as. )his car hasn.t mo2ed for t0o months. ,hose is it7 Exercise /. Put the correct Possessive Pronoun.

Personal Pronoun I you he she it we you they

Possessive Pronoun

Exercise 0. *ill out the correct ossessive ronoun. Stud e n t : 1. I ha2e a dog. )hat dog is ++++++++++ B Karl a !. She has a cat. )hat cat is +++++++++++ B

". 5e ha2e a car. )hat car is +++++++++++ B C. )hey ha2e a bi(e. )hat bi(e is +++++++++++ B D. &e has a (ey. )hat (ey is +++++++++++ B E. :ou ha2e a hat. )hat hat is +++++++++++ B