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Possessive Pronouns

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Colleen Johnson

on 2 March 2017

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Transcript of Possessive Pronouns

Possessive Pronouns
A word that takes the place of one or more nouns in a sentence.
Write these examples down in your Reading Notebook:
1. Sally fell down and hurt (her/she) knee.
2. Mrs. Robinson and the class are leaving tomorrow. (They/Our) are going on a field trip.
3. Jay makes rubber band bracelets. (Him/He) sells them for five tickets each.
Give them an example of a possessive pronoun
Turn and talk
with your neighbor
Tell them one thing you learned today about possessive pronouns.
Share one thing you liked the most
What we will learn today:
Learn about Possessive Pronouns
Identify Possessive Pronouns
Practice using Possessive Pronouns
Al's
shirt is black and
his
coat is blue.
Share any thoughts you are still confused about
He
She
Their
Our
We
His
Her
My
Mine
Here are some examples of possessive pronouns used in sentences:

I saw
her
book on
your
table.
His
hair is longer than
hers
.
My
dog is better than
their
dog.
The kids are
yours
,
mine
, and
ours
.
Whose
book is on
our
desk?
The house is
theirs
and
its
paint is flaking.
Is
his
car really that fast?
Their
mother gets along well with
yours
.
The cat is
yours
and the dog is
mine
.
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