WEEK/TERM: THIRD TERM /WEEK 5
CLASS: Grade 3
DATE: 26th June, 2020
TOPIC: Possessive and Reflexive Pronouns
Meaning of Possessive and Reflexive Pronoun Respectively
Possessive pronoun is a type of pronoun that shows ownership.
Reflexive pronoun is a type of pronoun that shows that an action has an effect on the doer.
Examples of Possessive pronoun includes: mine, hers, his, theirs, ours, yours, its. Remember that a pronoun is a word that is used instead of a noun.
Examples of reflexive pronouns are: myself, itself, themselves, himself, herself, yourself, and ourselves.
Sentence Construction With Pronouns
- The book is mine.
- Yours is ready.
- Those cars are ours.
- The bicycle is his.
- The dog is breastfeeding its
- I did the home work myself.
- Johnny drove the car to the church himself.
- Wash the clothes yourself.
- They tried to lift the big box themselves but could not.
- Define possessive and reflexive pronoun respectively.
- Name 3 examples of reflexive and possessive pronouns respectively.
- Construct 5 sentences with some of the pronouns treated in this lesson.
Read through your Mastering English book, pages 17 to 20, for more work on pronouns.