Possessive Pronouns in English

Explanation of Possessive Pronouns With Very Concise Examples

A possessive pronoun is a type of pronoun that denotes ownership. Buzzle teaches you how to use them in sentences as well as lists possessive pronouns in French, Spanish, and Italian.

Possessive PN chart

Note: When they are connected with a verb, they are equivalent to objective pronouns. When they are connected with a noun, they are equivalent to possessive pronouns.

Note: When they are connected with a verb, they are equivalent to objective…

Note: When they are connected with a verb, they are equivalent to objective pronouns. When they are connected with a noun, they are equivalent to possessive pronouns.

Relative pronouns. What are relative pronouns? Examples and exercises. Free and printable worksheets at different ability levels on relative pronouns.

What are relative pronouns? Examples and exercises. Free and printable worksheets at different ability levels on relative pronouns.

C2W2:  Pronouns Examples

Pronouns

English Pronouns: A pronoun is a word that is used instead of a noun. For example, you could say, "Lisa is a nice girl."  Then you could replace the noun "Lisa" with the word "She" and get the following sentence: "She is a nice girl."  "She" is a pronoun.  Examples: I, he, it, we, them, us, mine, itself.  Example sentences: He doesn't want go with them. Would they help us? His house is bigger than ours. Who is she?  The word "pronoun" comes from "pro" (in the meaning of "substitute")…

English Pronouns – Types of Pronouns, Pronoun/Antecedent Agreement and Pronouns vs.

Noun, verb, adverb, pronoun/chart by scholastic association, gives examples and definitions of structured parts of sentences.

Noun, verb, adverb, pronoun/chart by scholastic association, gives examples and definitions of structured parts of sentences.

What are demonstrative pronouns? Examples and exercises. Free and printable worksheets for different ability levels at Kids World Fun

Demonstrative pronouns definition examples and printable worksheets Kids World Fun

This 11 x 17 inch anchor chart introduces and reinforces pronouns.Examples sentences are listed.Includes color and black and white posters.*Please remember to rate my product*

Pronoun Anchor Chart

This 11 x 17 inch anchor chart introduces and reinforces pronouns.Examples sentences are listed.Includes color and black and white posters.*Please remember to rate my product*

A board game for students to reinforce present tense conjugations! This includes common -AR, -ER, & -IR verbs. I have included 2 versions that are great for differentiation. In version 1, students roll & dice and the space has a verb & a pronoun (Example: comer (yo)).

Present Tense Conjugation Board Game (Regular AR, ER, and IR verbs, 2 versions!)

Present Tense Conjugation Board Game (Regular AR, ER, and IR verbs, 2 versions!

Proper Nouns vs. Pronouns - examples, visuals, and a catchy chants that students will remember  forever.

Pronouns - examples, visuals, and a catchy chants that students will remember forever.

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