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Pronoun Song. Subject, subject, subject pronouns I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they Object, object, object pronouns ME… you, him, her, it, us, you, them. Bellringer #1: Using Pronouns Correctly. Copy the following information:

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pronoun song
Pronoun Song

Subject, subject, subject pronouns

I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they

Object, object, object pronouns

ME… you, him, her, it, us, you, them

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Bellringer #1: Using Pronouns Correctly
  • Copy the following information:
  • Personal pronounscan either be used as a subject or an object. (page 429)
  • Use subject pronouns: 1. in the subject of the sentence
  • 2. after a linking verb to rename the subject
  • Use object pronouns:
    • as the object of an action verb
    • as the object of a preposition
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Linking Verb Song

There are common linking verbs

Linking verbs

Linking verbs

There are common linking verbs

Let’s all list them now:

Be, become, seem, look, appear

Look, appear

Look, appear

Be, become, seem, look, appear

Grow, turn, taste, feel, smell sound

Don’t forget the forms of be

forms of be

forms of be

Don’t forget the forms of be

Been, am, is, are, was, were

To the tune of Mary Had a Little Lamb

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Bellringer: Using Pronouns Correctly

Using p. 431 and your writing buddy, complete the following:

*What is an antecedent?

*An antecedent must agree with the noun or pronoun it refers to in _______ and ________.

Underline the subject and circle the correct antecedent.

1.  During early rehearsals, an actor may forget

(his or her, their) lines.

2.  When someone has been drinking,

(he or she, they) may drive poorly.

3.  Neither the pilot nor the attendants gave

(his or her, their) opinion about the mishap.

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Bellringer: Using Pronouns Correctly

*What is an antecedent?

**An antecedent must agree with the noun or pronoun it refers to in _______ and ________.

With your writing buddy, write a sentence with the following subjects and use their appropriate pronoun antecedents:

Everybody

Trains and automobiles

The homework committee

Ex: The historical building was restored to its original condition.

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Bellringer #3: Using Pronouns Correctly

With your writing buddy, complete Ex 4 p. 434 1-5. Write the answer and the rule you used for each.

S, PN, OAV, OP

S= subj of sent

PN = predicate nominative (after LV)

DO/IO = object of an action verb

OP = object of a preposition

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Bellringer #4: Using Pronouns Correctly

With your writing buddy, complete Ex 4 p. 434 6-10. Write the answer and the rule you used for each.

S, PN, DO/IO, OP

S= subj of sent

PN = predicate nominative (renaming after LV)

DO/IO = object of an action verb

OP = object of a preposition

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Pronoun Challenge

Write today’s agenda.

In your groups, write an example sentence for each of the personal pronoun rules. You will have 8 minutes. The first group to turn in correctly written sentences wins.

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Bellringer #4: Using Pronouns Correctly:Reflexive Pronouns
  • Write today’s agenda.
  • Jot down any pronouns you can think of that end in –self or –selves.
  • Define the word reflection.
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Bellringer #5: Using Pronouns Correctly:Interrogative Pronouns
  • Copy today’s agenda.
  • What does interrogative mean?
  • Copy and complete the following chart using the information on p. 441.
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