Possessive Pronouns Worksheets
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is a worksheet that includes only third person possessive pronouns. The materials and directions for a fifteen minute beginner activity and one additional activity are included. Breaking a set of pronouns into smaller sections, such as first, second, and third person or singular and plural, can give students more targeted practice before doing exercises using the whole set. Pronouns usually take a lot of practice; choose several worksheets to give students enough variety to keep lessons interesting. Once students have mastered possessive pronouns, consider having students complete an activity that combines possessive pronouns with another type of pronouns they have learned, for example personal pronouns. You can find other pronoun activities or review exercises that combine different types of pronouns in the main pronoun section.
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GRAMMAR TIP:What Are Possessive Pronouns?
A possessive pronoun is a part of speech that substitutes for a possessive determiner (also known as a possessive adjective) and a noun or noun phrase. For example, in the sentence These glasses are mine, not yours, the words mine and yours are possessive pronouns and stand for my glasses and your glasses, respectively. Like other pronouns, possessive pronouns can thus obviate the need to repeat nouns or noun phrases. There are eight possessive pronouns in modern English: mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs, and whose, plus the antiquated possessive pronoun thine and the Middle English yourn (see also English personal pronouns). The word "its" is, however, rarely used as such (almost always it functions as a possessive adjective).
Homophones are words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings. Some examples of homophone pairs include read/reed, write/right, and their/there. Some pronouns and pronoun/verb ...
A worksheet to practice the personal pronouns and possessive pronouns. In the exercise there is a short explanation followed by simple examples. This worksheet has been created in order to help el ...
This is a simple family tree with pictures of grandmother, grandfather son and two daughters and their respective wives, husbands and children. I use it to present family vocabulary and possessive ...
Beg Elem Pre-Int
This is an exam which includes exercises on sense verbs, countable and uncountable nouns, expressions with "have got", when to use "how much / many / a lot of / lots of / too and enough". It also ...
This is a 9-page worksheet which provides explanations and exercises about personal pronouns, possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns, object pronouns, possessive nouns. It can be used for a re ...
This worksheet is made to practise listening skills and revise possessives. Students should watch the cartoon and fill in the gaps in sentences. There is also one exersise to match and write ...
It's about family members using a story about Peter. You can play with your students using this information and completing the information required. It gives all the informationin in an ...
Beg Elem Pre-Int
The powerpoint is primarily introducing the varrious sounds of the vowel 'a'. It also revises colours and use of the pronoun 'this'. It develops visual, sounds, writing and reading.  ...
Larissa de Almeida
A worksheet about the Valentine's Day with some historical facts, vocabulary, grammar and writing exercises. Ask students to read the text out loud and correct their pronunciation. Then, before an ...
A practical and attractive worksheet to make your students understand and practise the structure 'whose... is (this)?', so useful in our everyday language. This piece of work has had a positive re ...
This song has different exercises for developing listening skills. Students will have to identify the sound of words to match halves, complete sentences with pronouns and possessive adjectives, pu ...
Elem Pre-Int Int Adv Exam
This worksheet was created for primary/elementary students. The most common relative pronouns are who/whom, whoever/whomever, whose, that, and which. This English resource asks students to read th ...
This is a song by Michael Bublé to practice different pronouns and possesive adjectives. This exercise was specially designed with adult learners in mind. The singer has a clear pronunciati ...
This power-point presentation provides some practice of possessive adjectives. The slides show some sentences without the corresponding possessive adjective, so you can invite your students to pla ...
This possessive pronouns worksheet is specially suitable for the beginner/elementary level students and contains four parts. The first part is an introduction/teaching part in which a comparison b ...
This worksheet is designed for the beginner levels which contains 3 parts. In part A, students are asked to use the correct forms of 'to be verb' in present tense. In part B, students are required ...
This is a simple worksheet for practicing 's as possessive and is. It contains an activity about Leonardo DiCaprio's life in which the language learners are asked to decide is 's possessive or is ...
This worksheet contains three activities for practicing 's as possessive. The activities include an example to help the learners. It is appropriate for elementary students. You may find it useful ...
This is a worksheet for reviewing objects pronouns. It contains an activity in which the language learners are asked to order the words to make meaningful sentences. You may find it useful at acti ...
This is a worksheet for reviewing objects pronouns. It contains an activity in which the language learners are asked to underline the best word (possessives or object pronouns). You may find it us ...
This is a two-page worksheet for practicing possessives and pronouns at elementary level. It contains three activities in which students are asked to fill in the gaps with the right word and corre ...
This is a gap-fill exercise for subject and object pronouns using the Beatle's song 'Norwegian Wood'. It's a great song that is full of subject and object pronouns. Students (and the teacher) love ...
Dear all, here is a worksheet that is useful for pronouns and possessives. There are some blanks and some words in parenthesis. Your students are supposed to look at them and fill in the blanks wi ...
This is a set of questions for use with the game Hex. It's like playing tic-tac-toe: you number all the squares, and when a team chooses that square, it must answer the question corresponding to t ...
Students practice possessive adjectives and pronouns by completing very short dialogues. You can put students in pairs or individual to answer this worksheet, depending on how well they got the gr ...
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