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Today we are going to revise the use of the possessive apostrophe (‘S) to express possession. Bring your activity books!
1) Copy the date and weather:
TODAY IS THURSDAY, MARCH 26TH. IT IS ... (SUNNY? CLOUDY? RAINY? WINDY? STORMY?)
2) Write down the title in your green copybook or on a sheet of paper:
Whose bike is this?
Yesterday´s class we described people, do you remember?
You described Mason, Tess, Lily and the other kids.
Open your activity books and read the sentences on page 2. exercise 2
We can also describe their things. For example:
These are Mason´s tennis balls.
This is Ben´s swimming hat.
Note the use of the apostrophe: Ben´s swimming hat, Mason´s tennis balls.
Now, go to page 3, read the instruction in exercise 1 and correct the sentences. There is an example.
In exercise 3 watch out for the singular and plural forms;
Remember: This is a cake / These are biscuits.
Next class, we will post a picture with the correct answers so you can correct your sentences.
Bye! See you tomorrow!