Personal Pronouns & Possessive Adjectives SUBJECT PRONOUNS OBJECT PRONOUNS (See notes below)notes POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES + NOUN POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS IMEMY.

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<ul><li> Diapositiva 1 </li> <li> Personal Pronouns &amp; Possessive Adjectives SUBJECT PRONOUNS OBJECT PRONOUNS (See notes below)notes POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES + NOUN POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS IMEMY earsMINE HEHIMHIS earsHIS SHEHERHER earsHERS IT ITS earsITS WEUSOUR earsOURS YOU YOUR earsYOURS THEYTHEMTHEIR earsTHEIRS </li> <li> Diapositiva 2 </li> <li> OBJECT PRONOUNS "Object Pronouns" (Pronombres Objetos) son pronombres que reciben la accin del verbo. Vienen despus del verbo o despus de una preposicin. Casi todas las oraciones tienen un sujeto (subject) y un objeto (object). El sujeto desempea la accin. La accin se desempea en un objeto o a travs de un objeto. </li> <li> Diapositiva 3 </li> <li> OBJECT PRONOUNS Los pronombres de sujeto se usan siempre cuando el pronombre actue como sujeto. Cuando un pronombre se usa como objeto, se hace uso de pronombres objeto especiales. They saw me. Ellos me vieron. She understood us. Ella nos comprendi. We heard them. Nosotros les escuchamos. They are speaking to her. Ellos estn hablando con ella. She talked to them. Elle habl con ellos. </li> <li> Diapositiva 4 </li> <li> OBJECT PRONOUNS Lets Practice Circle the correct pronouns 1) We/Us usually see they/them. 2) I/Me write to she/her everyday. 3) He/Him loves her/she very much but she/her doesnt love he/him. 4) Please dont wait for she/her. 5) Do you like he/him? </li> <li> Diapositiva 5 </li> <li> POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Una forma de expresar la posesin es utilizando los adjetivos posesivos. Estos deben ir delante del nombre. Los adjetivos en ingls concuerdan con el poseedor en gnero y nmero y no con la cosa poseda (ten mucho cuidado porque en espaol no ocurre lo mismo). It is my magazine / They are my magazines. Los posesivos sustituyen al artculo al hablar de partes del cuerpo, prendas de vestir y objetos personales: I hurt my leg (Me hice dao en la pierna) </li> <li> Diapositiva 6 </li> <li> POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Have you cleaned your teeth? (Te has lavado los dientes?) He put his hands in his pockets (Se meti las manos en los bolsillos) El posesivo ITS no lleva apstrofo, y no debe ser confundido con la forma contrada del verbo To Be. Oxford is famous for its university ( por su universidad) I like Oxford. Its a nice city (= It is a nice city) </li> <li> Diapositiva 7 </li> <li> POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Replace the personal pronouns by possessive adjectives. 1. Where are (you) _____________friends now? 2. Here is a postcard from (I) ____________ friend Peggy. 3. She lives in Australia now with (she) __________family. 4. (She) ____________husband works in Newcastle. 5. (He) __________________ company builds ships. 6. (They) ____________ children go to school in Newcastle. 7. (I) __________husband and I want to go to Australia, too. 8. We want to see Mary and (she) ______family next winter. 9. (We) _______ winter! 10. Because it is (they) _________ summer. </li> <li> Diapositiva 8 </li> <li> POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS El pronombre posesivo es otra forma de indicar la posesin, pero no acompaa al nombre, sino que lo sustituye. Al igual que el adjetivo posesivo, concuerda con el poseedor. This is my bag. It is mine Los pronombres posesivos realizan la misma funcin que el nombre al que sustituyen. </li> <li> Diapositiva 9 </li> <li> POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS Replace the personal pronouns by possessive pronouns. 1. This book is (you) ____________. 2. The ball is (I) __________________. 3. The blue car is (we) _______________. 4. The ring is (she) _____________________. 5. We met Paul and Jane last night. This house is (they) ____. 6. The luggage is (he) ____________. 7. The pictures are (she) _____________. 8. In our garden is a bird. The nest is (it) ______________. 9. This cat is (we) ________________. 10. This was not my fault. It was (you) _____________. </li> </ul>

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