Phase 2/Unit I/Lesson 3 Cases and Number of Nouns and Pronouns September 25, 2012. Unit 3 Nouns and Pronouns VOCABULARY from last year. Proper nouns Common nouns Pronouns Antecedents Subject Object of a preposition 1 st person, 2 nd person, 3 rd person (Point of view).
My pencil is broken.
May I borrow a piece of paper?
My pencils are broken.
My papers are scattered around the floor.
The boys’ basketball team is walking down the hall.
I borrowed my sister’s shirt.
March 16 Mini-Quiz Make Up: Word process or write in ink sentences that meet each of these qualifications. Your score will be averaged with the March 16th quiz. Re-quizzes are du no later that Thursday, March 22, 2012
Form the plurals of these nouns:
Form the singular possessives of these nouns:
EX.: the case of a noun/noun’s case
the house of a mouse/
the son of commander-in-chief/
the pillows of the couch/
the gift of the alumnus/
the blade of the knife/
the partner of the thief/
the river of the salmon/
the vine of the tomato/
Form the plural and plural possessives of these nouns:
EX.: the case of one noun/several nouns’ cases
the yard of my house/
the duty of the sergeant-in arms/
the assistant of the coach/
the result of the datum/
the costume of the elf/
the horse of the chief/
the lamb of the sheep/
I was glad to find the bus pass in the bottom of the green knapsack.
You are surely the strangest magician I have ever met.
We will meet at the library.
Possessive Personal Pronouns
A possessive pronoun indicates that the pronoun is acting as a marker of possession and defines who owns a particular object or person. The possessive pronouns are "mine," "yours," "hers," "his," "its.“
This is yours.
His is on the kitchen counter.
Theirs will be delivered tomorrow.
Ours is the green one on the corner.