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Grammar gurus, teach your child about an important part of speech with a fun crossword puzzle! Possessive pronouns (also known as possessive adjectives) take the place of a noun to show who or what something belongs to.
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Mastering pronouns enables students' writing to be more sophisticated. They are able to construct more complex sentences and express ideas more original ways. This short unit focuses on possessive, indefinite and reflexive pronouns, in addition to pronoun and antecedent agreement.
Mastering pronouns enables students' writing to be more sophisticated.
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Exercise: Possessive Nouns 3
Exercise: Pronoun Antecedent Agreement 2
Exercise: Relative Pronouns
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