EXE Pronouns 2 Case

EXE Pronouns 2 Case - Exe c utive Eng lis h Pro pe rty o f...

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Executive Englis h Property of Defens e Information School Public Affairs Department Fort George G. Meade, Md. 2003 Send comments and ques tions to Mrs . Faye B. Jones . Jones [email protected] .os d.mil
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Pronoun Problems II Pronouns in Compounds Pronouns in Compounds
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Background Grammar Goals Define pronoun case. Differentiate between subject and object functions in the sentence. Memorize personal subject and object pronouns by case. Differentiate between transmitted action verbs and being verbs.
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Skill Goals Recognize compound subject and object problems. Use correct case of pronouns in S + Action Verb -> O sentences. Use subject pronouns for subjects and subject complements in S + Being Verb + SC sentences.
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Skill Goals Define and identify prepositional phrases . Use object pronouns in prepositional phrases.
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3 Cases Subjective (Nominative) -Use for subject or subject complement. Objective (Accusative) -Use for object of verb or of preposition. Possessive (Genitive) -Use to show possession.
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Case The word “case” in grammar is used to indicate the relationship a word has to other words in the sentence. Tom loves Mary’s sister. Tom is the actor. (subject) Loving is the action Mary has (owns) a sister. (possessive) Mary’s sister is the receiver. (object)
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Make a Grammar Stress Card. Copy the chart on the following slide on the lined side of an index card. The chart shows the three cases of personal pronouns: S ubject nominative, P ossessive and O bjective. The numbers indicate First Person, Second Person and Third Person.
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PERSONAL PRONOUNS S O P I We You You He She They It Who me us you you him her them it whom My/mine our/ours Your/yours your/yours His Her/hers their/theirs Its whose 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3
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Personal Pronoun Case SUBJECT OBJECT POSSESSIVE First Person: I me my, mine We Us Our, Ours Second Person: You You Your, Yours Third Person: She Her Her, Hers He Him His It It Its They Them Their, Theirs
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Personal Pronoun Case Examples SUBJECT OBJECT POSSESSIVE I me my, mine You You Your, Yours She Her Her, Hers He Him His It It Its We Us Our, Ours They Them Their, Theirs Who Whom Whose Whoever Whomever Whosoever
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Stress Card Directions On the reverse side of the stress card, make three horizontal lines. Copy the information from the following slide on the card.
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Prepositional Phrase = Preposition + Object _________________________________ Subject Action Verb Object _________________________________ Subject Verb of Being Subject Complement _________________________________ am is are was were be been being
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Case Case affects pronouns, not nouns. -Mary helps Bob. -She helps him. When you switch the pronoun from one
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