POSSESSION: SAXON

GENITIVE (‘S)
REMEMBER!
Peter has a bicycle.
It is Peter’s bicycle. (Possessor + ‘s + possession without article)
We can also say: “The bicycle is Peter’s”.

DANIEL

MOLLY

FRED
Activity 1: Match the objects to their names:

Activity 2: Write sentences as in the example:

A.

Helmet

B.

Baby bottle

C.

School bag

D.

Doll

E.

Rattle

F.

Laptop

G.

Pacifier

H.

Cradle

I.

Crayons

_____________________________________________ 4. It’s Fred’s helmet. It isn’t Daniel’s helmet. Whose rattle is it? __________________________________________________________ 5. True Letter A: It’s Daniel’s helmet. Letter H: It’s Molly’s cradle. ______________________________________________ . Letter K: It’s Fred’s skateboard. _______________________________________________ 3. Whose doll is it? ____________________________________________________________ 4.g. Correct the false ones as in the example: e. Letter M: It’s Molly’s dress. 1. Whose clips are they? ________________________________________________________ 3. 1. Baby bottle: _____________________________________________________________ 2. Letter F: It’s Fred’s laptop. Whose helmet is it? __________________________________________________________ 2.e. ____________________________________________ 5. ________________________________________________ 2. Dress: __________________________________________________________________ 3.g. Whose crayons are they?: They’re Molly’s.g. 1. Letter L: It’s Daniel’s football. Pacifier: ________________________________________________________________ 4. Whose bicycle is it? __________________________________________________________ Activity 4: Check if the following sentences are True (T) or False (F). Skateboard: It’s Fred’s skateboard. Crayons: _________________________________________________________________ Activity 3: Answer the questions as in the example: e. School bag: ______________________________________________________________ 5. False. Letter J: They’re Fred’s books.

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