LEVEL: Elementary

TYPE OF ENGLISH: General English

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

In this lesson, students learn the possessive adjectives my, your, his, her its, our, your, and their. There is a role play activity in which students put the target language into practice.

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Exercise 1: Go through the possessive adjectives. Demonstrate the meaning with a few examples. Model correct pronunciation and have the students repeat.

Exercise 2: Students can complete the sentences individually. Go through the correct answers.

Exercise 3: Students can work alone and check in pairs. Go through the answers with the class.

Exercise 4: If there are less than four students in your class, invent the additional students e.g. by drawing a couple of figures and having the new student in the dialogue role play point to the board and ask `Who are they?'




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Possessive adjectives

Type: Grammar practice

Level: Elementary

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