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Reflexive Pronouns Level Advanced Class 1 hour Skills Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing Goal To develop the students skill to use reflexive pronouns. Terminal Objectives By the end of the lesson the students should be able to Use reflexive pronouns correctly. Transform noun to reflexive pronoun correctly. Enabling Objectives The students will practice the four skills through interview about jobs and work environments using reflexive pronouns. The students will share their answers to...

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Pronouns: Pronoun and Super Teacher Worksheets

1 Pronouns A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. example: John is a mail carrier. John carries a blue bag. To make the second sentence sound better, you can change the word John to he. new sentence: John is a mail carrier. He carries a blue bag. The word he is a pronoun that takes the place of the word John. Some common pronouns include: I, you, he, she, it, we, they, you, him, her, them, it, us Rewrite each sentence. Change the underlined word or words to a pronoun. 1...

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Pronouns: Interrogative Pronoun

Pronouns A pronoun is used in place of a noun or nouns. Common pronouns include he, her, him, I, it, me, she, them, they, us, and we. Here are some examples: INSTEAD OF: Luma is a good athlete. She is a good athlete. (The pronoun she replaces Luma.) INSTEAD OF: The beans and tomatoes are fresh-picked. They are fresh-picked. (The pronoun they replaces the beans and tomatoes.) Often a pronoun takes the place of a particular noun. This noun is known as the antecedent. A pronoun "refers to," or...

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Pronouns Possessive Pronoun

Three punctuations – it gradually became clear that, “I love this woman. I am in love”! vii) Three conjunctions – for, not, yet viii) Three pronouns – possessive pronoun: I first told her that I wanted my children to have teeth like hers, lips like hers! Intensive and reflexive pronouns – I introduced myself first and asked for her name. Relative pronouns –That day finally came, the 01st of May, it was a holiday and it was perfect. ix) One adverbial phrase – Then, one day while we were chatting...

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Noun: Pronoun and Verb

where something happened. Examples: slowly, intelligently, well, yesterday, tomorrow, here, everywhere Pronoun A pronoun is used instead of a noun, to avoid repeating the noun. Examples: I, you, he, she, it, we, they Conjunction A conjunction joins two words, phrases or sentences together. Examples: but, so, and, because, or Preposition A preposition usually comes before a noun, pronoun or noun phrase. It joins the noun to some other part of the sentence. Examples: on, in, by, with, under...

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Communicative Lesson Plan - Demonstrative Pronouns

Plan Demonstrative Pronouns Robelynn S. Deocampo Christopher E. Omega Target Learners: Time Allotment: Filipino Tour guide trainees learning English as a Second Language Ages 20-22 Beginners to Pre-intermediate level 1 hour and 30 minutes I. Objectives A. General Objectives B. Specific Objectives/ Support Skills At the end of the lesson, learners should be able to: a. understand the usage and meaning of demonstrative pronouns b. apply their knowledge...

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Using Pronouns Correctly: Pronoun Reference

Using Pronouns Correctly: Pronoun Reference A pronoun must refer clearly to its antecedent. Because a pronoun is a substitute word, it can express meaning clearly and definitely only if its antecedent is easily identified. In some sentence constructions, gender and number make the reference clear. Thomas and Jane discussed his absences and her good attendance. (gender) If the three older boys in the club carry out those plans, it will break up. (number) Word order can also make the...

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Clear Pronoun

Clear Pronoun Reference A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or refers back to a noun already mentioned. Common pronouns include: he, she, it, they, this, that, their, his, her, which. You must be very careful when using pronouns in order to be sure that your reader understands what your pronoun is referring to. (The word a pronoun refers back to is called the antecedent.) Pronouns must agree in number: 1. When the store owner greets a customer, she always smiles. (The noun store...

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Nouns, Pronouns, Adverbs and Adjectives

Knowledge, Anger, Air etc. PRONOUN: A Pronoun is any word that takes the place of a Noun. Types of Pronouns: There are following types of Pronoun. Personal Reflexive Emphatic Demonstrative Indefinite Relative Interrogative Distributive Reciprocal 1. Personal Pronoun: Pronouns that are linked with the persons i.e. 1st person, 2nd person or 3rd person. 2. Reflexive Pronouns: When the word self or selves is added with personal pronouns, it becomes Reflexive Pronouns: Examples: Myself...

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Possessive Pronouns

Preposterous Pronouns Stewart Pidd Hates English contains the following information about pronouns: Pronouns function as replacement words for noun phrases and nouns. Three common types of pronouns that give writers trouble are indefinite, possessive, and personal. Pronouns have different functions: Pronouns that do not refer to an object or a particular person are indefinite pronouns; possessive pronouns show possession; personal pronouns replace an object or a specific person. Pronouns can prevent...

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