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PRONOUNS AND POSSESSIVES
Transcript of PRONOUNS AND POSSESSIVES
We use subject pronouns at the beginning of the sentences.
I am happy. We live in Guayaquil. She is a nurse.
Object pronouns are used after the verb in a sentence in the object.
I am happy for
We play monopoly with
We usually don't use it, because it refers to animals and things and they don-t really act or do actions, besides a pronoun replaces a noun in a sentence, and it is better to use the name of the noun we are talking about.
It is in the house. we don't know what
refers to, it could be a hat, a dog a table.
YOU in singular and YOU in plural have the same rules at all times and we can difference them from each other when we pay attention to the context and who or what we are talking about so we can tell the difference between singular or plural.
1. You are a student.
2nd person singular
2. You are students.
2nd person plural
3. You are in Quito.
2nd person singular and plural because there is no context
4. You are in Loja.
2nd person singular and plural because there is no contex
Possessive adjectives are used to talk about a belonging or possession of a noun, an object, adjectives do not have plural form.
pen. These are
father is famous.
cat just ate fish.
brothers are in school.
Possessive pronouns are used to talk about a noun and the adjective of possession in one word.
This car is
. These cars are
. This is
These pens are
. That house is
. That is their dog, it is