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Transcript of yours and theirs

apostrophes
Apostrophe
Rules
1. Contractions
-combining two words

examples:
can't- can not
it's- it is
who's- who is
wouldn't- would not
You're not coming with me
Matt's going to the game

Apostrophe
Rules
2. Possession
-to show belonging

examples singular:
Mrs. Stark's class
The dog's toys

examples plural:
girls' night out
students' work
Practice
Conclusion
Do Now
Monday, November 17th
Apostrophe
Rules
3. Time Expressions

examples:
A day's leave
Two weeks' notice
Three months' wages
Writing
Write one pharagraph (minimum of 5 sentences) in which you either agree or disagree with the following quote.

"We are who we are because of our parents."

Be sure to:
Explicitly agree or disagree with the quote
Explain your reasoning
Apostrophe
Rules
Copy down the lesson EQ

Copy down the word of the day, then use it in a sentence.
Bequeath
1. leave something to a person in a will
2. pass something on to someone else
4. Plural of abbreviations,
numbers, or letters

examples:
CD's
10's and 20's
a's and b's
1. The dogs ears are so cute.

2. In Kindergarten, you learn the ABCs.

3. Teachers are so mean.

4. I'm going on vacation for two weeks time.
Apostrophe Rules
Possession: showing belonging

exception to the rule: "its"
example-
Look at the robot! It has a mind of its own.
Apostrophe Rules
Who's = who is
Who's coming the party ?
Whose= belonging
Whose jacket is that?
Whose mans is this?
Apostrophe Rules
On the bottom of your worksheet, write one sentence using an apostrophe example that reflects each rule.
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