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Pronombres personales

Pronombres personales

Pronombres personales. (Personal Pronouns). English. In English we have some personal pronouns but not as many as Spanish. I You He She We They. ¿Qué son en español? (what are they in Spanish?). ¿Qué pasó con vosotros/vosotras? (what happened with vosotros/vosotras)?.

By Gabriel
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What determines the definition of a word?

What determines the definition of a word?

What determines the definition of a word?. Is there more to a word than how it is defined in the dictionary?. Yes, there is more. In fact, every word has at least two definitions: connotative and denotative. So, what’s the difference?.

By ostinmannual
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Pronouns Notes

Pronouns Notes

Pronouns Notes. Pronouns. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns. Pro- means for (standing FOR a noun). Personal Pronouns. Pronouns that are used to refer to people or things are called personal pronouns. Examples: he, she, it. Subject Pronouns.

By Thomas
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A/A* English Language Paper 1: Writing to Persuade – Lesson 1

A/A* English Language Paper 1: Writing to Persuade – Lesson 1

A/A* English Language Paper 1: Writing to Persuade – Lesson 1. Starter: What techniques can you use in your writing to be more persuasive?. ‘Street Trash: Beggars of Britain’. What do you think the article is going to be about?. This is the title of the article. Fill in the blanks.

By elina
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JEOPARDY!

JEOPARDY!

JEOPARDY!. Click Once to Begin. The Eight Parts of Speech. JEOPARDY!. Nouns. Verbs. Adjective/Adverb. Prepositions. Pronoun. Conjunction/Interjection. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400.

By oshin
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Pronouns

Pronouns

Pronouns. Personal pronouns. Possessive adjectives vs possessive pronouns. Reflexive Pronouns. Relative Pronoun. Indefinite Pronouns. Demonstrative Pronouns.

By odeda
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Non-chronological reports

Non-chronological reports

Non-chronological reports. What are the features?. Criteria for report writing. To write a good report follow the rules in this Powerpoint and keep checking your work to see you have remembered everything. Opening sentence.

By marc
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Bellringer

Bellringer

Bellringer. Jake and his partner forgot to write the girls names. Identify the parts of speech for each word. Mark the subject and verb for the sentence. Make appropriate corrections to the sentence. The Eight Parts of Speech Review. Types of Nouns

By Samuel
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Personal and Possessive Pronouns

Personal and Possessive Pronouns

Personal and Possessive Pronouns. Personal and Possessive Pronouns. We use  personal pronouns ( I ,  me ,  he ,  she , etc.) to replace names or nouns when it is clear what they refer to.

By gen
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Writing to Persuade

Writing to Persuade

Writing to Persuade. When Writing to Argue, we use AFOREST. When Writing to Persuade, We use WRAP A PLUM !. W is for WHY. Why are we writing this particular text? (To answer this question, you will need to refer to the task you have been set)

By jovita
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Reflexive Pronouns Mini-Lesson #82

Reflexive Pronouns Mini-Lesson #82

Reflexive Pronouns Mini-Lesson #82. From the UWF Writing Lab’s 101 Grammar Mini-Lessons Series. The following are some reflexive pronouns:. myself yourself himself herself ourselves themselves.

By zenevieva
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Pronouns

Pronouns

Us. We. We. Pronouns. She. I. He. Pronouns. A pronoun is a word used instead of a noun or another pronoun. Example. 1. Marie went for a walk. She went for a walk. In the second sentence, she is a pronoun that takes the place of the noun Marie . Antecedents.

By zach
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Personal and Possessive Pronouns

Personal and Possessive Pronouns

Personal and Possessive Pronouns . 6-1 P. 298. Personal Pronouns. You can replace nouns with pronouns to make your speaking and writing flow more smoothly. Bob went inside. He went inside. .

By marijke
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Making the Unfamiliar- FAMILIAR

Making the Unfamiliar- FAMILIAR

Making the Unfamiliar- FAMILIAR. Miss Lawrie’s Tips for SUCCESS. What is it asking you to do?. Decide on the PURPOSE of the text Analyse the IDEAS the text is PRESENTING Analyse the LANGUAGE FEATURES of the text Discuss the EFFECTS of the IDEAS and LANGUAGE FEATURES.

By tave
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What are Pronouns?

What are Pronouns?

Us. We. We. What are Pronouns?. She. I. He. What are pronouns?. Pronouns are words used to take the place of nouns. Ann is my friend. She is nice. Pronouns. Instead of repeating a noun over and over, you can replace a noun with a pronoun. Mary = she or her

By remington
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Chapter 2 – capÍtulo 2

Chapter 2 – capÍtulo 2

Chapter 2 – capÍtulo 2. Alumnos y Cursos - Objectives Describe people and things Talk about more than one person or thing Tell what subjects you take in school and express some opinions about them Tell time Tell at what time an event takes place

By idania
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Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech. Nouns. Def. A word that names a person, place, thing, or idea. Identify the nouns in the following sentences. 1. World War I began as a local conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. 2. The conflict escalated when war was declared on Russia.

By russ
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Grammar Warm Ups 21-25

Grammar Warm Ups 21-25

Grammar Warm Ups 21-25. Lessons 21-25 (August 28- September 5). Lesson 21 Parts of Speech - Pronouns

By mortimer
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Today’s Notes: Nov. 23, 2009

Today’s Notes: Nov. 23, 2009

Today’s Notes: Nov. 23, 2009. Pronoun Unit Pronouns A. A word that takes the place of a noun. II. Personal pronouns A. Used to refer to people or things. B. Can be singular or plural C. I, me, she, her, you, he, him, it, we, us, they, and them III. Antecedents

By julinka
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Pronouns

Pronouns

Pronouns. Personal Pronouns. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns. The most frequently used pronouns are called personal pronouns. They refer to people or things. Subject Pronouns. A subject pronoun is used as the subject of a sentence. She is my best friend.

By thetis
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