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CONTENTS

6-1 Nouns: Subjects and Objects6-2 Nouns as Objects of Prepositions 6-3 Adjectives with Nouns6-4 Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns6-5 Nouns: Singular and Plural Forms6-6 Nouns: Irregular Plural Forms6-7 Possessive Pronouns: Mine, Yours, His, Hers, Ours, Theirs 6-8 Possessive Nouns6-9 Questions with Whose6-10 Possessive: Irregular Plural Nouns

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Balls bounce.

6-1 NOUNS: SUBJECTS AND OBJECTS

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(b) Jill is petting a dog.

(a) Balls bounce.NOUN

subject verb

NOUN NOUN

subject verb object

subject

object

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subject verb

Lions roar.

6-1 Let’s Practice

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She is

subject verb object

.

of verb

bootswearing

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(d) Juan is writing notes in a book.

(c) Fatima works in an office.NOUN

subject verb prep. object of prep.

NOUN NOUN

subject verb object prep. object of prep.

subject

objectNOUN

NOUN

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• about

• across

• at

• between

• by

• for

• from

• in

• of

• on

• to

• with

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the lakepeople

subject verb object prep. object

.

of verb of prep.

atMany are

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atBeth teaches

subject verb object prep. objectof verb of prep.

math Ohio U.

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George is a happy man.

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(a) I love chocolate ice cream.

6-3 ADJECTIVES WITH NOUNS

adjectives describe nouns

adjective + noun

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(b) My friend has a cute daughter.

6-3 ADJECTIVES WITH NOUNS

adjectives describe nouns

adj. + noun

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(c) A small person is riding a big horse.

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adj. + noun adj. + noun

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nouns

(a) I love chocolate ice cream .

(b) My friend has a cute daughter .

adjectives in front of

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(c)The small person is riding a big horse .

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(d) The ice cream is delicious.

6-3 ADJECTIVES WITH NOUNS

Adjectives can follow be.

noun + be + adjective

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are important people.

6-3 Let’s Practice

adjectives nouns?

Teachers

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nouns

all have happy memories.

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?

and sad

adjectives

We

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nouns

The was noisy,hotel

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?

but

wonderful

adjectives

beach was

the

.

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She knows Gina.

6-4 SUBJECT PRONOUNS AND OBJECT PRONOUNS

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SUBJECT PRONOUNS OBJECT PRONOUNS

(a) I know Gina.

(c) You know Gina.

(e) She knows Gina.

(g) He knows Gina.

(i) It is a nice day.

(b) Gina likes me.

(d) Gina likes you.

(f) Gina likes her.

(h) Gina likes him.

(j) Gina likes it.

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SUBJECT PRONOUNS OBJECT PRONOUNS

I

you

she

he

it

me

you

her

him

it

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SUBJECT PRONOUNS OBJECT PRONOUNS

(k) We know Gina.

(m) You know Gina.

(o) They know Gina.

(l) Gina likes us.

(n) Gina likes you.

(p) Gina likes them.

6-4 SUBJECT PRONOUNS AND OBJECT PRONOUNS

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SUBJECT PRONOUNS OBJECT PRONOUNS

we

you

they

us

you

them

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(q) I see my teacher. She is tall.

(r) My teacher is great. We like her class.

(s) My teacher has a black sports car. It is very fast.

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____ bought __ last summer.

Rita has a new house.

She it

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I meyou you she her he him it it

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Talal got a new job.

___ likes ___ very much. He it

6-4 Let’s Practice

I meyou you she her he him it it

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Hiram and I eat dinner with our friends every weekend. ___ meet _____ at a restaurant.

We them

6-4 Let’s Practice

we us

you you

they them

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Mark and Shannon call us sometimes.____ called __ last week.They us

6-4 Let’s Practice

we us you you they them

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onebutto

n

threebuttons

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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SINGULAR PLURAL

(a) one button one banana one card

one ant

two button six banana three card

four ant

ss

ss

add -s

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SINGULAR PLURAL

(b) one baby two babies

consonant + -y y to i, add -es

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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two bab

six part

SINGULAR PLURAL

iesy(b) one baby

one party

iesy

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(c) one toy

six toys

vowel + -y add -s

SINGULAR PLURAL

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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six toy three ray

s(c) one toy one ray s

SINGULAR PLURAL

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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two wives

(d) one wife

f to v, add -es-f or -fe

SINGULAR PLURAL

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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v

f two wi

two li

esev(d) one wife

one life esfe

SINGULAR PLURAL

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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(e) wish watch

glasstax

SINGULAR PLURAL

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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wish watch

glasstax

es(e) wish watch

glasstax

eses

es

-sh, -ch, -ss, -x add -es

SINGULAR PLURAL

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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tomato potato

es(f) tomato potato es

add -esconsonant + -o

SINGULAR PLURAL

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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zoo radio

s(f) zoo radio s

add -svowel + -o

SINGULAR PLURAL

6-5 NOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS

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Tigers sometimes live in ____.zoos

dish zoo thief

tomato

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________ are good in salads.Tomatoes

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dish zoo thief

tomato

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Our new ______ are orange, green, and blue.

dishes

6-5 Let’s Practice

dish zoo thief

tomato

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Those _______ stole my jewelry.thieves

6-5 Let’s Practice

dishzoothief

tomato

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one child many children

6-6 NOUNS: IRREGULAR PLURAL FORMS

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6-6 NOUNS: IRREGULAR PLURAL FORMS

SINGULAR PLURAL children feet

menmiceteethwomen

(a) child (b) foot(c) man(d) mouse(e) tooth(f ) woman

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sheep fish

people

(g) sheep (h) fish(i ) (none)

6-6 NOUNS: IRREGULAR PLURAL FORMS

SINGULAR PLURAL

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child ?

6-6 Let’s Practice

childfootman

woman tooth

My son and his wife just had a baby.

Really? Is this their firstchild?

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children

6-6 Let’s Practice

childfootman

woman tooth

No, they have three

. How nice!

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Yes, there are many around here.

mice

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childfoot

mousecat

fish

I saw amouse!

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Did you catchany ? mice

Yes, there are many in the lake.

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toothfoot

mousehat

fish

fish fish

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This hat belongs to me.It is my hat.It is mine.

6-7 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS: MINE, YOURS, HIS, HERS, OURS, THEIRS

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(a) This hat belongs to me. It is my hat. It is mine.

(b) That hat belongs to you. It is your hat. It is yours.

(c) That hat is mine.That is mine hat. ?

6-7 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS: MINE, YOURS, HIS, HERS, OURS, THEIRS

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POSSESSIVEADJECTIVE

POSSESSIVEPRONOUN

myyourherhisourtheir

mineyourshershisourstheirs

possessiveadjective noun

my hat

+

possessive pronoun no noun

6-7 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS: MINE, YOURS, HIS, HERS, OURS, THEIRS

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mine

This bicycle belongs to ___.

I own this bicycle.

me

This is ___ bicycle.my

This bicycle is ____.

6-7 Let’s Practice

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That backpack is _____.

you

That is ____ backpack.your

That backpack belongs to ___.

You own that backpack.

yours

6-7 Let’s Practice

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These flowers are_____.ours

These flowers belongs to ___.

We own these flowers.

us

These are ___ flowers.our

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The dog has a collar.The dog’s collar is blue.

6-8 POSSESSIVE NOUNS

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(a) The dog has a collar. The dog’s collar is blue.

(b) My sister has a son. My sister’s son is tall.

SINGULAR NOUN

6-8 POSSESSIVE NOUNS

POSSESSIVE FORM

SINGULAR NOUN

POSSESSIVE FORM

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(a) The dog has a collar. The dog’s collar is blue.

(b) My sister has a son. My sister’s son is tall.

6-8 POSSESSIVE NOUNS

POSSESSIVE NOUN, SINGULAR:

noun + apostrophe ( ) + -s’

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(c) The dogs have collars. The dogs’ collars are blue.

(d) My sisters have sons. My sisters’ sons are tall.

PLURAL NOUN

6-8 POSSESSIVE NOUNS

POSSESSIVE FORM

PLURAL NOUN

POSSESSIVE FORM

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(c) The dogs have collars. The dogs’ collars are blue.

(d) My sisters have sons. My sisters’ sons are tall.

6-8 POSSESSIVE NOUNS

POSSESSIVE NOUN, PLURAL:

noun + -s + apostrophe ( )’

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Marinas house is nice.

6-8 Let’s Practice

?

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She likes Lukes smile.

6-8 Let’s Practice‘

? ‘

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The dogs share a house.

The dogs house is crowded.

?

6-8 Let’s Practice

‘?

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Whose pen is this?

6-9 QUESTIONS WITH WHOSE

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(a) Whose pen is this?

(b) Whose pens are these?

Mine.It’s mine.It’s my pen.

Ben’s.They’re Ben’s.They’re Ben’s pens.

6-9 QUESTIONS WITH WHOSE

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(a) Whose pen is this? (b) Whose pens are these?

6-9 QUESTIONS WITH WHOSE

Whose asks about possession.

Whose + noun

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(c) Whose is this?

6-9 QUESTIONS WITH WHOSE

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clear meaning no noun

(c) Whose is this?

6-9 QUESTIONS WITH WHOSE

Whose

(d) Whose are these?

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(c) Whose is this?

(d) Whose are these?

(e) Who’s your friend?

6-9 QUESTIONS WITH WHOSE

Who’s = who is

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isWhose calculator __ ____?this

6-9 Let’s Practice

isare

thisthese

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Whose boots ___ _____?are these

6-9 Let’s Practice

isare

thisthese

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Whose notebook __ ____?is this

6-9 Let’s Practice

isare

thisthese

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The factory makes

children’s shoes.

6-10 POSSESSIVE: IRREGULAR PLURAL NOUNS

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(a) The factory makes children’s shoes.

(b) That factory makes men’s shoes too.

(c) It also makes women’s shoes and boots.

(d) Some people’s names are hard to say.

6-10 POSSESSIVE: IRREGULAR PLURAL NOUNS

irregular plural nouns

childrenmen

womenpeople

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REGULAR PLURAL POSSESSIVE NOUN:

IRREGULAR PLURAL POSSESSIVE NOUN:

(a) The factory makes children’s shoes. (b) That factory makes men’s shoes too.(c) It also makes women’s shoes and boots.(d) Some people’s names are hard to say.

the girls’ teacher

the men’s shoes

6-10 POSSESSIVE: IRREGULAR PLURAL NOUNS

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These shoes belong to Tyler.

They’re ______ shoes.

6-10 Let’s Practice

Tyler

Tyler’s

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These shoes are for men.

They’re _____ shoes.

6-10 Let’s Practice

men’s

men

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They’re ________ shoes.women’sThese shoes are for women.

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women

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issinging

Ali car.

Ali in

is singing in the

the car

songs

songs

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subject verb object prep. object of prep.

likeI candy.

I like candy

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He park.

He plays in

plays in the

the park

soccer

soccer

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