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Mrs.Navarro's and Mrs.Cardran's project to teach kids 'bout pronouns.

Remy Duplantis

on 25 March 2013

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Transcript of Pronouns!!!

Answer Key: Answer Key: By: Remy Duplantis Try This! Pronoun: a word that replaces a noun Pronouns!!! Pronouns After Linking Verbs Pronouns and Antecedents Hi. I'm going to teach you different ways to use pronouns. Here is what you will learn. 1.Pronouns and Antecedents 2.Subject and Object Pronouns 3.Possesive Pronouns 4.Pronouns after Linking Verbs 5.Pronouns in Compound Subjects and Objects 6.Using Who, Whom, and Whose 7.Using We and Us with Nouns 8.Indefinite Pronouns Antecedents: is the noun that tells you what the pronoun is TIP: Antecedents and pronouns can be in two different sentences. Examples: Suzy went to the park and she had fun. Greyson likes to dance. He is good. Gracie and Izzy watched TV because they were bored. Chase studied hard so he could get an A+ on the test. The rooster cawed, and it woke up the whole neighborhood. example: The frog has red eyes. It made noise. Try This! 1.The bird chirped loudly. Replace the green word(s) with an pronoun that makes sense 2.Bruce is a good business man. 3.How can the piano play by itself? 4.The tornado is coming! 5.Charlie and Alexandera did it! 6.The flower is blooming. 7.The science test is hard. 8.The multiple choice is the easiest part. 9.The true or false is mostly about the layers of the atmosphere. 10.Make sure you remember the stratosphere contains the ozone layer. Subject and Object Pronouns Subject Pronouns: a pronoun that takes place of a subject Object Pronouns: a pronoun takes place of a direct object Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns Singular Plural Singular Plural I you he, she, it I we they me you him, her, it us you use this chart to help you out Examples: Felix met Amy = Felix met her Susan likes me = She likes me The owl flew away = It flew away Billy kicked the ball = Billy kicked it Brittany looked toward the vase =
She looked toward it Try This! 1.Gabby ate it. 2.How do you say cat in Spanish? 4.Gato is how you say it in Spanish. Tell me if the blue word(s) are object or subject pronouns 3.She knows how to say cat in Spanish. 5. Thank you, Eileen, that really helped me! 6. You are welcome. 7.Did you know I have a cat? 8.Yes. I met it. 9.It is very nice. 10.Do you have a cat? Possessive Pronouns them Possessive Pronouns: a pronoun that owns something Her puppy is playful. >Possessive pronouns can be with nouns or they can stand alone. Possessive Pronouns Used Before Nouns Used Alone my our your your his, her, its their mine ours yours yours his, hers, its theirs Possessive pronouns don't have apostrophes, so make sure you don't mix up possessive pronouns with contractions. TIP: Possessive Pronouns Contractions its their your it's (it is) you're (you are) they're (they are) Used Alone: That is hers. The dog is mine. Used Before Nouns: That is her lizard. That is my dog. Try This! Tell me if the pink word is stand alone or before a noun. 1. I'm glad the Medieval Times is not during our generation. 2. We're lucky the Black Death was their problem. 3. But, it must have been cool living in a castle that was yours. 4. I bet the beds that would be ours would be uncomfortable. 5. My ancestors probably would be peasants since they moved to America. Just Makin' Sure! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Tell me if the purple word is a pronoun or contraction. 1. It's a very religious time, in Medieval Times. 2. Most of their celebrations were about Jesus's life, saints, etc. 3. Did you know they're the reason we have Easter eggs? 4. Sometimes, to celebrate, your ancestors probably had dancing bears!
5. I'm pretty sure you're surprised by that. >When there is a linking verb before a pronoun, it means it is a subject. Examples: The savior is he. The strongest was she. The biggest was it. The best was she. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TIP: The meanest was he. You can flip the sentence around to make sure it's correct. Try This! Tell me which word is correct. 1. The man who stole Mr. Westing's idea is (he, him). 2. The woman who owes Mr. Westing is (she, her). 3.The person who took the blame for the bomber is (she, her). 4. The 62 yr. old delivery boy is (he, him). 5. The brothers are (they, them). - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6. The answer is (I, me) says Crow. 7. The quietest heirs were Chris and (I, me). 8. The one with painted crutches is (I, me). 9.The girl that had a bomb blow up in her face is (her, she). 10. The ones that went into Mr. Westing's house were (us, we). Pronouns in Compounds Compound Noun: Alice and I went to the movies. Compound Pronoun: She and I went to the movies. >It's polite to put the other person before you (which means you have to do it) He and I played basketball Examples: They and I had fun. She and he are friends. Try This! Which compound is correct? 1. (We and they, We and them) are learning to play badminton. 2. (Them and he, They and he) call it naughty glove. 3. If we hit it out it's Cathy and (they, them) get the point. 4. Oh, no (I and Justin, Justin and I) hit it twice! 5. That means Mackenzie and (he, him) gets the point! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6. Yay! (Them and she, They and she) hit it out. 7. We and (I, me) finally get a point. 8. I hope the winners are (me and Katy, Katy and I). 9. We and (them, they) can't believe it's tied! 10. Can you believe Larry and (them, they) won? Sherry and we went to the park. Using Who, Whom, and Whose > You use who when you want to know a subject. Who is that man? He is Eric. > When you want to know a object, you use whom. Whom do you like the best? I like her the best. > A possessive type of who or whom is whose. Whose book is that? That is his. Try This Tell me the correct form. Tip: Who's is a contraction ( who is ). Whose is a possessive pronoun. 1. (Who's, Whose) that man?

2. (Who's, Whose) bag is that?

3. (Who, Whom) is the magician?

4. (Who, Whom) is your favorite?

5. (Who, Whom) owns those tomatoes?

6. (Who's, Whose) your teacher?

7. (Who, Whom) is the smartest person in the world?

8. (Who's, Whose) nicer? Alice or Remy?

9. (Who's, Whose) bag is that?

10. (Who's, Whose) apple did you steal? Using "We" and "Us" with Nouns > We and us are used to show emphasis. We is a subject, so use it with a subject or linking verb. Us is an object. Use it with a object or after words like in, for, and to. With a subject:
After a linking verb:
With a direct object:
After words like to and in: We students had fun! The ones who had most fun on the field trip were we girls. The ones who got to do more things were us boys! You know the camp was made for us girls. Try This! Tell me the correct form. 1. (We, Us) students are learning about area and circumference of a circle.
2. D is what (we, us) students use to find the circumference.
3. r is what (we, us) students are learning to use for area.
4. If the problem gives (we, us) students the diameter, we need to find the area

5. Though, if the problem tells us to find the circumference, and it gives (we, us) students the radius,

6. For example, if (we, us) students had to find the circumference of a circle and it gave a 3 inch radius,

7. If we would have to find the area of 3 inches radius, (we, us) students would figure out the area is

8. I hope the ones with good grades on the test are (we, us) students.
9. I hear that Mr. Groelle made the test like the practice sheet he gave (we, us) students.
10. I know that (we, us) students will due AWESOME! T I T I 2 divide the diameter by two. we need to multiply the radius times 2 to get the diameter. the circumference would be 18.84 inches. 28.26 inches. Indefinite Pronouns >Finally! The last lesson. Are you ready? Well, if you aren't...too bad! HERE WE GO! indefinite pronouns: It doesn't have an antecedent. It doesn't refer to a person, place, or thing. The ones who want to go back are we students. Indefinite Pronouns SINGULAR PLURAL anybody everything
anyone nobody
anything nothing
each somebody
everyone someone
everyone something all
some Examples: Is somebody missing a pencil? There are many people here. There is nothing in the box. All are very ill. Some love this song. Tell me if the indefinite pronoun is plural or singular. 1. Does anybody know about the kings?
2. Even though several of the kings were kings, there are four we have to know.
3. Probably everyone knows that Samuel was God's first prophet.
4. Even though he was not a king, all has to know about it.
5. Many know Saul was the first king.
6. Nobody knew he was going stop listening to God... other than God.
7. Somebody has to to know about David.
8. Everyone knows the story of David and Goliath.
9. He fell in love with Bathsheba, and she was married to someone else.
10. Now, Solomon prayed for wisdom and each prayer helped because he finally gained wisdom. Examples: Whose cat is this?
Whom do you love?
Who is your favorite?
Whose book is this?
Whom do you admire?
Who must you follow? David and Goliath Lesson 1: 1.it; 2.he; 3.it; 4.it; 5.they; 6.it;

7.it; 8.it; 9.it; 10.it Lesson 2: 1.object;

2.subject; 3.subject; 4.object; 5.object;

6.subject; 7.subject; 8.object; 9. subject;

10.subject Lesson 3; 1.alone; 2.before; 3.alone; 4.alone; 5.before; 1.contraction;

2.pronoun; 3.contraction; 4. pronoun;

5.contraction Lesson 4: 1.he; 2.she; 3.she;

4.he; 5.they; 6.I; 7.I; 8.I; 9.she; 10.we Lesson 5: 1.we and they; 2.they and he;

3.they; 4.Justin and I; 5.he; 6.they and she;

7.I; 8.Katy and I; 9.they; 10.they; Lesson 6:

1.who's; 2.whose; 3.who; 4.who; 5.who; 6.who;

7.who's; 8.who; 9.whose; 10.whose Lesson 7:

1.we; 2.we; 3.we; 4.us; 5.us; 6.we; 7.we; 8.we;

9.us; 10.we Lesson 8: 1.singular; 2.plural;

3.singular; 4.plural; 5.plural; 6.singular; 7.singular

8.singular; 9.singular; 10.singular Thanks for Reading My Prezi!!!
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