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Pronoun Prezi 2017
Transcript of Pronoun Prezi 2017
By: Sara Traver
Definition: the case where pronouns function as the subject in the sentence
•I went to the supermarket with her.
She went to the supermarket with me.
We went to the supermarket together.
(Answers: [singular] I and she and [plural] we).
Definition: the case where nouns and pronouns indicate ownership or imply a relationship within the sentence.
I saw her book on your table.
The house is theirs and its got a front porch.
His hair is longer than hers.
(Answers: [Singular]: her, your, its, his, and hers [plural]: theirs).
Try this game for pracitce!
Make sure you remember your pronouns!
When in doubt, follow Grammaropolis!
Fun PBS.kids video about subjective pronouns
I, you, he she it
we, you, they
Definition: the case where the pronouns function as the objects in the sentence.
We saw her at the movies.
This popcorn belongs to him.
The movie was the beginning of the relationship for them.
(Answers: [plural]: we and them [singular]: him).
me, you, him, her, it
us, you, them
Don't get Bugged by objective pronouns
That tricky rabbit!
my, mine, your, yours, his, her, hers, its
our, ours, your, yours, their, theirs
This website incorportates simple games for kids (and adults) to practice their recognition of pronouns. The game keeps score of how many pronouns you found, missed, and were incorrect. At the end of the game, it tells you what pronouns you missed and need to work on using.
Here is the link to the website for the game:
Below are a combination of sentences incorporating subjective, objective, and possessive pronouns.
You got this!
1.) What's mine is yours, my friend.
2.) He looks out at the stars every night,
3.)We shall finally have whats ours.
4.) Uncle Alfred gave me a surprise present.
5.) She and I went to the zoo.
6.) Share the cookies with him not us.
Quitman, Troyka Lynn Quitman, and Hesse Douglas Dean Dean. Simon & Schuster Handbook for Writers. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009. Print.
1.) Possessive case: mine, yours
2.) Subjective case: he
3.) Possessive Case: we, ours
4.) Objective case: me
5.) Subjective case: she, I
6.) Objective case: him, us
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