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Apostrophes Part 1: Omission . ’. Multiple Choice. Here’s where I go!. Where should I go?. Apostrophes for omission (To show missing letters) . ’. Would you say “Here is where I go?”. Apostrophes for omission (to show missing letters).

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Where should i go 1324258

Apostrophes

Part 1: Omission

Multiple Choice


Where should i go

Here’s where I go!

Where should I go?

Apostrophes for omission (To show missing letters)

Would you say “Here is where I go?”


Apostrophes for omission to show missing letters

Apostrophes for omission (to show missing letters)

Find the correct speech bubble and draw a line between it and the rectangle

Its too hot for me.

Example

I’ts too hot for me.

Its’ too hot for me.

It’s too hot for me.

It is too hot for me.


Apostrophes for omission to show missing letters1

Apostrophes for omission (to show missing letters)

Find the correct speech bubble and draw a line between it and the rectangle

Weve gone to town.

Weve’ gone to town.

We’ve gone to town.

Wev’e gone to town.

We have gone to town.


Apostrophes for omission to show missing letters2

Apostrophes for omission (to show missing letters)

Find the correct speech bubble and draw a line between it and the rectangle

Abduls had lots of fun at the park.

Abduls had lot’s of fun at the park.

Abdul’s had lots of fun at the park.

Abduls’ had lots of fun at the park.

Abdul has had lots of fun at the park.


Apostrophes for omission to show missing letters3

Apostrophes for omission (to show missing letters)

Find the correct speech bubble and draw a line between it and the rectangle

My new mobile won’t work.

My new mobile wont work.

My new mobile will not work.

My new mobile willn’t work.

My new mobile will not work.


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Apostrophes for omission (to show missing letters)

Can you think of any more?

Put the long version here

Put the short version here


How do you feel

How do you feel?

I’m happy to using apostrophes for missing letters (contractions).

I think I understand. I’d like to have a go and see how I get on.

I’ve got some questions I’d like to ask before I have a go.


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