Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns

5th - 9th
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Is that your book? Do you have my notes? Possessive adjectives and pronouns are introduced here for your beginning and intermediate English speakers. After reviewing examples (my, his, her, mine, his, hers, etc.), two short exercises are provided. Learners put the correct word into a total of 15 blanks. Answers are listed.

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Personal and Possessive Pronouns

You said what to whom? Pupils have 14 opportunities to practice personal object, personal subject, possessive adjectives, and possessive pronouns. What fun!

Language Focus and Vocabulary Starter Unit: Possessive 's, Pronouns and Adjectives

Commence class with quick exercises that focus on grammar and vocabulary. With the seven exercises on this page, English language learners will have the opportunity to practice with possessives, subject pronouns, possessive adjectives, the verb to be, classroom vocabulary, basic adjectives, days of the week, and months. There are a variety of different types of exercises that cover these topics.

Possessive Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives

In this possessive nouns and possessive adjectives learning exercise, students read a passage and fill in the 12 blanks with possessive pronouns or possessive adjectives.

Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns

In this possessive adjectives and pronouns worksheet, students look at the examples given, then select the correct form of the word to complete the sentence.

Possessive Adjectives: Family Relationships

In this possessive pronouns practice worksheet, students respond to 8 questions that require them to fill in the blanks with the appropriate possessive pronouns.

Possessive Pronouns

This activity reviews types of pronouns, provides a list of possessive pronouns, as well as prompts for writing original sentences using 14 different possessive pronouns. Plus, participants put possessive pronouns in their proper places in a paragraph.

Possessive Pronouns and Adjectives 3

This online, interactive worksheet provides eight simple sentences that require either changing possessive adjectives to possessive pronouns, or vice versa. The site allows the quiz taker to check their answer, get a hint, or look at the correct response. Appropriate for English learners or fifth and sixth graders.

ESL: Possessive Adjectives with "To Be"

In this ESL possessive adjectives worksheet, students fill in blanks with correct adjectives, complete multiple choice questions, and rewrite sentences using possessive adjectives.

ESL-Possessive Adjectives

In this ESL possessive adjective instructional activity, students complete sentences using possessive adjectives, 8 total. A link to audio and HTML code is given.

Possessive Adjective and Pronoun Exercise

For this possessive adjective and pronoun worksheet, students choose the correct possessive adjective or pronoun to complete each sentence.

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