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Answers to Exercise 45 Using have or has

Exercise 45 Fill in the spaces with have or has

Example:

A spider ___ six legs. A spider has six legs.

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Exercise 45 Using have or has

Exercise 45 Fill in the spaces with have or has

 

Example:

A spider ___ six legs. A spider has six legs.

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12.1 Using primary verb: have

Have is an important primary verb. It works by itself as a main verb or with another verb as a helping verb.

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Answers to Exercise 38 Using possessive pronouns

Exercise 38 Using possessive pronouns

Example:

This house belongs to them.

It is theirs .

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Exercise 39 Using possessive pronouns

Exercise 39 Rewrite each sentence using a possessive pronoun

Examples:

These ponies belong to Mr Lou.

They are his.

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Exercise 38 Using possessive pronouns

Exercise 38  Rewrite each sentence using a possessive pronoun

Example:

This house belongs to them.

It is theirs .

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10.4 Possessive pronouns

We use the question word which to find out what thing belongs to a person, and we normally answer with a possessive pronoun. Remember, ‘you’ can be singular or plural.

The question word which is an interrogative pronoun. Interrogative means questioning. We can use it for living things and non-living things.

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10.3 Possessive pronouns

Subjective pronouns

I

you

he

she

we

they

it

Objective pronouns

me

you

him

her

us

them

it

Possessive adjectives

my

your

his

her

our

their

its

Possessive pronouns

mine

yours

his

hers

ours

theirs

its

We use a possessive pronoun to say something belongs to a person. We can use it to replace a possessive adjective. Here are more examples on the personal pronouns we and they.

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10.2 Possessive pronouns

Subjective pronouns

I

you

he

she

we

they

it

Objective pronouns

me

you

him

her

us

them

it

Possessive adjectives

my

your

his

her

our

their

its

Possessive pronouns

mine

yours

his

hers

ours

theirs

its

We use the possessive pronoun when we say something belongs to a personal pronoun. We can use it in place of a possessive adjective.

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10.1 Possessive pronouns

Subjective pronouns

I

you

he

she

we

they

it

Objective pronouns

me

you

him

her

us

them

it

Possessive adjectives

my

your

his

her

our

their

its

Possessive pronouns

mine

yours

his

hers

ours

theirs

its

Possessive is an adjective of possess. Possess means have, or own.

We use the possessive pronoun when we say something belongs to a person. We can use it in place of a possessive adjective.

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Answers to Exercise 37 Possessive adjectives

Exercise 37 Fill in the blanks with a possessive adjective

Example:

My parents are taking a rest. It is ______ day off.

My parents are taking a rest. It is their day off.

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Answers to Exercise 36 possessive adjectives

Exercise 36 Fill in the blanks with a possessive adjective.

Example:

Look at the cat! It is playing with ____ tail.

Look at the cat! It is playing with its tail.

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Answers to Exercise 34 Using posessive adjectives

Exercise 34 Fill in the blanks with a possessive adjective.

Example:

Adam has a ferret.

This is his ferret.

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Exercise 37 Using possessive adjectives

Exercise 37 Fill in the blanks with a possessive adjective

Example:

My parents are taking a rest. It is ______ day off.

My parents are taking a rest. It is their day off.

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Exercise 36 Using possessive adjectives

Exercise 36 Fill in the blanks with a possessive adjective.

Example:

Look at the cat! It is playing with ____ tail.

Look at the cat! It is playing with its tail.

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Exercise 35 Using possessive adjectives

Exercise 35 Fill in the blanks with a possessive adjective.

Example:

The mama cat has seven kittens.

These are her kittens.

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Exercise 34 Using possessive adjectives

Exercise 34 Fill in the blanks with a possessive adjective.

Example:

Adam has a ferret.

This is his ferret.

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9.2 Using possessive adjectives

We use the possessive adjectives to show that something belongs to a person or more persons.

Personal pronouns

1

You

He

She

It

We

They

Possessive adjectives

My

Your

His

Her

Its

Our

Their

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Answers to Exercise 32 Showing ownership

Exercise 32 Rewrite each sentence by adding the ‘s to a noun

Example:

My mom cousin is an architect.

My mom’s cousin is an architect.

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Answers to Exercise 31 Using the apostrophe s to show ownership

Exercise 31 Rewrite each sentence by adding the ‘s to a person’s name

Example:

Do you know Darla parents?

Do you know Darla’s parents?

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