Possessives - Adjectives and Pronouns
Students have to circle right answers or choose or rearrange sentences.
ID: 418 Idioma: inglés Asignatura: English as a Second Language (ESL) Curso/nivel: Intermediate Edad: 10+ Tema principal: Possessive adjectives and pronouns Otros contenidos: My mine your yours his her hers our ours their theirs
Añadir a mis cuadernos(274) Insertar en mi web o blog
Papel ahorrado: 1162 hojas Nota media: 5/10 Mejor nota: 10/10.
Copyright 2/7/2017 Monique Karagozian. La publicación o redistribución de cualquier parte de este documento está prohibida sin la autorización del autor
¿Qué quieres hacer ahora?
Comprobar mis respuestas
Enviar mis respuestas a mi profesor/a
Estilo del cuadro de texto:
Color de fuente
Color de fondo
Color del borde
Opacidad del fondo:
Tamaño del borde:
Alineación de texto:
Aplicar a toda la ficha
Más fichas interactivas de Possessive adjectives and pronouns
Hello ! Nice worksheets ! I noticed something in this one : under the bear shouldn't it be the word "my" instead of "me" ?
And for animals / objects there is "its" which it isn't in this worksheet.
I hope you don't be upset with me ! I am very grateful for this wonderful worksheets; you made my days easier!
Hello! I love your worksheets. There is a small mistake in your POSSESSIVES WKT that you will want to correct. At the very top, instead of having MY as an adjective the pronoun ME is written.
Thanks a lot.
I like this sheet, but there are some mistakes/problems with Section 3: On item number 4, the answer key says the correct answer is "Whose book are these?" when "book" should be "books." So if the student wrote the sentence correctly, it would be marked WRONG. In item 5, there are alternative word orders that are grammatically correct, but they would be marked wrong: "Kevin is going out this evening with his friends" and "This evening Kevin is going out with his friends" should be acceptable as well. And in #6, the "correct" response is not punctuated correctly, so a kid who used a comma after the first independent clause (before "but") would be penalized for properly punctuating this compound sentence.
The corrected version is downloadable on ESL printables : http://www.eslprintables.com/buscador/search.asp?nivel=any&age=0&tipo=any&contents=possessives%20adjectives&userid=996875&user=karagozian
So sorry that we cannot correct the orignal version here. Or am I wrong Victor?
Thank you Jennifermparkem for the remark. I am awfully sorry that I cannot correct this version. I also noticed that so far, you have not shared a single worksheet. There is a minority of workers here and a majority of users.