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Unit 8 At Home

Lesson B Things at Home

Possessive pronounsand adjectives are


twodifferent ways to showpossession in English.
Possessive Adjectives

Possessive Adjective + Noun

Examples:
Mydog is big.
Hercat is brown.
Theirsister works downtown.
Possessive Pronouns
Examples:
The dog is mine.
The brown cat is hers.
The car is ours.

Noun + Possessive
Pronoun

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earrings
a bathing suit
necklaces
a dress
a TV remote control
a photo album
birthday cards
Blender/mixer
magazines
a guitar
a lamp
a vase/flower vase
speakers
a wastebasket
a rug

17. a passport
18. suitcase
19. hangers/clothes
hanger
20. coffee maker
21. an alarm clock
22. a pillow
23. towels
24. a purse
25. pennies/cent
26. keys
27. teddy bears
28. dresser
29. mirror
30. scarves
31. bookcase
32. armchair

Whose?

She brushed herlongbrownhair.


You should always eatgreenvegetables.
Thefatboy teased thesmallkids in the park.
The spider hashairylegs.
Theoldman asked theprettygirl for food.
The extremelybrightlight almost blinded me.
I love thatreally big old green antiquecar that always parked at the
end of the street.
My sister adopted abeautiful big whitebulldog.
The house is greenandred.
The library has oldandnew books.
We live in the biggreen, whiteandredhouse at the end of the
street.
My friend lost ared, blackandwhitewatch.

Directions: Unscramble the sentences about Susans living


room.
1. has / square / some / cool / cushions / She / on the sofa
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2. in front of / Theres / a / the / coffee table / sofa / long /
dark
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3. a / TV / She / big / on the wall / has / black
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4. lamp / a / Theres / tall / in the corner / Italian
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5. are / on the floor / some / cotton / nice / rugs / There
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Whatis used to ask a question when there are an unknown number or infinite possibilities
for an answer.
You can usewhichwhen you have a very small or limited field to choose from. Certainly
usewhich,notwhat, when there are only two choices, or if both speaker and listener
can visualize all the items under consideration.

August
caught
saw
awesome
shawl
author

living room
conversation
silver
visiting
never

Sounds Right
Directions:
Say each word. Notice the underlined sounds. Match the words with
the underlined same sounds.

1.jewelry _____
2.nightstand _____
3.oven _____
4.shower _____
5.bathing_____
6.sofa _____
7.faucet _____
8.ones _____
9.throw _____
10.should _____

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b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.

microwave
round
suit
stuff
stove
wooden
talk
toothpaste
drawer
leather

1-C
2-A
3-D
4-B
5-J
6-E
7-I
8-F
9-H
10-G