|Book: Books Bookes.
House: Houseis Houses.
Cat: Cates Cats.
Picnic: Picnics Picnic .
kiss, watch, quiz: kisses, watches, quizzes kises, watchs, quizes. .
boy, holiday, key, guy: boies, holidays, keys, guys. boys, holidays, keys, guys. .
party: parties. partys. .
city: citys. cities. .
If the noun ends in F or FE, we remove the F/FE and add : IES VES.
thief: thiefes thieves.
wife: wives wifeves .
If the noun ends in a CONSONANT + O, we normally add ... VES ES.
TOMATO, POTATO: Tomatoes, potatoes. Tomatoves, Potatoves.
Complete the sentences:
There are a number of nouns that don't follow these rules. They are ----------- and you need to learn them individually because they don't normally have an S on the end Regular Irregular .
man, woman in plural is... men and women. mans and womans. .
children, feet and teet: child, foot, tooth child, foots, tooths. .
Complete the sentences: Possessive ............. are used to indicate that the speaker takes ownership or claims the subject or object of the sentence. pronouns verbs.
Coloca apropiadamente el object y el subject en la oración:
Yo le llamé a ella. I called her. I am called she. .
Mi carro corré más rápido que el tuyo: My car runs fasters than yours. I have a car than runs fasters than you car. .
Mi pelota: my ball. my balls. .
Write in the blank the possessive adjetives:
1. Where is _______ (I) book?
2. Here is _______ (we) teacher. 1) my, 2) we 1) my, 2) our. .
________ (I) husband and I want to go to Paris.
We want to see ________ (it) historical monuments. my and its I and it is.