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№ слайда 1 ContractionsVs. Possessive Pronouns: Three Troublesome Pairs
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ContractionsVs. Possessive Pronouns: Three Troublesome Pairs

№ слайда 2 Have you ever struggled with choices like these when you write sentences? The pu
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Have you ever struggled with choices like these when you write sentences? The puppy chased (it’s or its) tail.(You’re or Your) my closest friend.(Who’s or Whose) bike is in the garage?

№ слайда 3 Well, you are not alone. Many people confuse these pairs of words all the time:
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Well, you are not alone. Many people confuse these pairs of words all the time: it’sanditsyou’reandyourwho’sandwhose

№ слайда 4 The most obvious difference between the words in each pair is the apostrophe ( ‘
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The most obvious difference between the words in each pair is the apostrophe ( ‘ ) mark: It’s, you’re, and who’s all contain an apostrophe.These 3 words are contractions.Its, your, and whose do NOT contain an apostrophe.These 3 words are possessive pronouns.

№ слайда 5 Contractions join two words into one. In the process, one or more letters are le
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Contractions join two words into one. In the process, one or more letters are left out, and an apostrophe replaces these letters. Two Words It is or It hasYou areWho is or Who hasContractionIt’s—apostrophe replaces the i in is or the ha in hasIt’s time to begin. (It is)It’s been a long day. (It has)You’re—apostrophe replaces the a in areYou’re bothering me. (You are)Who’s—apostrophe replaces the i in is or the ha in hasWho’s ready to begin? (Who is)Who’s seen my keys? (Who has)

№ слайда 6 Possessive pronouns are pronouns that show ownership or possession. They DO NOT
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Possessive pronouns are pronouns that show ownership or possession. They DO NOT need an apostrophe to show ownership, unlike nouns, which DO need an apostrophe to show ownership:Possessive Pronoun---His car (pronoun with no ‘s) Possessive Noun---Bob’s car (noun with an ‘s)

№ слайда 7 Possessive PronounIts—no apostropheThe kitten could not find its squeak toy.Your
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Possessive PronounIts—no apostropheThe kitten could not find its squeak toy.Your---no apostropheI like your taste in clothes.Whose---no apostropheWe don’t know whose car is parked in the fire lane.MeaningBelonging to it Belonging to youBelonging to whom

№ слайда 8 There is an easy substitution test you can use in order to choose the correct wo
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There is an easy substitution test you can use in order to choose the correct word in the following troublesome pairs.

№ слайда 9 The puppy chased (it’s or its) tail. Substitute it is or it has. If the sentence
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The puppy chased (it’s or its) tail. Substitute it is or it has. If the sentence makes sense, then use the contraction, it’s. If it doesn’t make sense, then use the possessive pronoun, its.The puppy chased it is tail. The puppy chased it has tail.L Sentence makes no sense, so use its.The puppy chased its tail. ü

№ слайда 10 (You’re or Your) my closest friend. Substitute You are. If the sentence makes se
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(You’re or Your) my closest friend. Substitute You are. If the sentence makes sense, then use the contraction, You’re. If it doesn’t make sense, then use the possessive pronoun, Your.You are my closest friend.J Sentence makes sense, so use You’re.You’re my closest friend. ü

№ слайда 11 (Who’s or Whose) bike is in the garage? Substitute Who is or Who has. If the sen
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(Who’s or Whose) bike is in the garage? Substitute Who is or Who has. If the sentence makes sense, then use the contraction, Who’s. If it doesn’t make sense, then use the possessive pronoun, Whose.Who is bike is in the garage? Who has bike is in the garage?L Sentence makes no sense, so use Whose.Whose bike is in the garage? ü

№ слайда 12 Remember to use this substitution rule, and you’ll ALWAYS make the right choice!
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Remember to use this substitution rule, and you’ll ALWAYS make the right choice!

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