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Prof. Lb. Engleză Caracaş Gabriela Marilena

Fişa 2: Pronouns / Possessives

Personal pronouns

Possessive adjectives

Possessive pronouns

before verbs as subjects

after verbs as objects

followed by nouns

not followed by nouns

I

Me

My

Mine

You

You

Your

Yours

He / She / It

Him / Her / It

His / Her/ Its

His / Hers / -

We

Us

Our

Ours

You

You

Your

Yours

They

Them

Their

Theirs

Eg:

I talk to you. (Eu vorbesc cu tine.) You are talking to me. (Tu vorbeşti cu mine.) This is my pen. (Acesta este stiloul meu.) The pen is mine. (Acest stilou este al meu.)

Possessives case with people:

We use ’s with one person: Jane’s umbrella. (Umbrelalui Jane / Janei.)

We use s’ with two or more people: The cooks’ hats. (Pălăriilebucătarilor.) but we use ’s with irregular plurals and animals: The men’s ties. The dog’s food.(Cravatelebărbaţilor.Mâncareacâinelui.)

We use “of” with things: The floor of the bathroom. (Podeauabăii.)

Demonstratives

Demonstratives show the position of a person or object in comparison to the speaker.

 

Near

Far

Singular

This

That

Plural

These

Those

Prof. Lb. Engleză Caracaş Gabriela Marilena

I.

Write he, she, it, we, you or they:

V.

Complete the sentences:

Sophie -

Mark and I -

4.

Mike is ten years old.

is ten years old.

Georgios-

Lily and Tom -

5.

Tim and I are friends.

are friends.

you and Lisa -

Mum -

6.

Elena is a teacher.

is a teacher.

dogs -

Mum and Dad -

7.

The house is old.

is old.

car -

pencils -

8.

Cara and Pedro are from Spain.

are from Spain.

you and Nick -

Mia and I -

9.

The boys are in the kitchen.

are in the kitchen.

book -

Dad -

VI. Underline the correct word, then explain:

desk -

children -

1. My friend’s / friends’ name is Mike.

II.

Read and underline the correct word:

2. His cousin’s / cousins’ names are Jean and Chris.

1. You’re hungry. Here’s a cake for you / me!

2. They’re nice flowers. Let’s draw it / them!

3. I’m funny! Look at me / us!

4. Mark is a good singer. Listen to you / him!

5. The tigers are scary. Look at us / them!

6. You and Lisa are dirty. Look at you / us!

7. It’s a ball!! Catch me / it!

8. Emma is pretty. Look at him / her!

III. Fill in with: it’s, its, they’re, their

John and Mary have got a house in the

big. It has got five are John and Mary’s got a Price.

rooms

a small white

IV. Underline the correct word:

house is are big too. Paul and Liz friends. They have name is

4. Mark is their/ theirs cousin.

5. This is our car. It’s our / ours.

6. These are Mary’s books. They are her / hers.

7. Blue is my / mine favourite colour.

8. You can’t have this book. It isn’t your / yours.

9. Her / hers house is big.

10. Is this your / yours coat? No, it isn’t my / mine.

11. Are these pens Liz and Bob’s? Yes, they’re their / theirs.

12. This is Father’s car. It’s his / hers.

13. That is our / ours house. It’s our / ours.

3. Our children’s / childrens’ names are Catherine and Paula.

4. My brother’s / brothers’name is Mark.

5. My brother’s / brothers’ names are Ben and Tom.

6. This is the lady’s / ladies’ dress.

7. Look at the house’s roof / roof of the house.

VII. Write sentences as in the example:

Eg: Kristi / gloves: These are Kristi’s gloves. They’re her gloves. These gloves are hers. Ted / socks the boys / pencils

Mother / apron

the peacock / tail the roof / house

VIII. Circle the possessives and underline the short forms:

Look! This is Jonny Rock. He’s a famous pop star. Jonny’s group’s name’s “The Rockers”. This is the Rockers’ new album. It’s called “Funky”. And look at Jonny. He’s got long green hair. Dave’s hair is red but Ringo’s bald!