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Welcome to the world of and it’s its
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Hi there! I’m , but my real name can be or it’s it is it has
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As you can see, I am a contraction: i It s
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And again you can see, I am a contraction: h It s
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See if you can spot me in the next few slides: it’s
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It’s nice to see you all here today.
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Shannon says it’s very cold outside.
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“It’s been raining all day,” moaned Ruth.
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It’s Nicole who arrived first, not Danielle!
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It’s been ages since I saw Scott.
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It’s 1 o’clock, it’s lunchtime!
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I pop up all over the place! See! it’s
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I’d like you now, in pairs, to see if you can put me into a sentence. it’s
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I think you’ve got it! It’s = It is or It has
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Now meet my friend its
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Hi there! I’m . I’m used for possession
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Unformatted text preview: Watch and I’ll show you. .. Its s It Mine! For example: The tiny kitten had hurt its paw. For example: The giraffe lifted its head to reach the leaves. Now, can you again, in pairs, put its into a sentence? Remember, I’m used for possession! Let’s finish up by seeing how well you can fill in the blanks: “______ cold today,” announced Alexander. It’s “The cat is eating ____ food,” declared Alice. its Robert and Andrew can’t play football because _____ raining. it’s “Hurry up Beatrice and Joanne, _____ time for school!” it’s The dog was wagging ___ tail. its Well done! Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii been fun working with you! It’s...
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