Online English grammar exercises for students – practice of the Saxon genitive 1: John’s coat, Mary’s car. Saxon genitive exercises. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise English nouns. Saxon Genitive. Add the appropriate form: ‘, ‘s or s’. Tom has got green eyes. Tom eyes are green. Mr. Smith has got a red car. Mr. Smith car is red. Jill has got a.
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I’m staying at Thomas’ tonight. The kids have a great teacher.
Then everybody knows that you talk about Johnny’s place or house. Anna has a beautiful ring. The words of Jesus. I’m going to Johnny’s. Note that when you want to form the s-genitive for exerxises name that ends on “s”you have two possibilities: Subject vs object questions Questions: Overview of all the grammar topics.
The house of her parents. Read about the different u I’m going to Maria’s. Therefore, you should stick to that in the exercises below.
In this genitve, you use an “‘s” after the noun or the name. Andreas has a big house. Collective nouns team, class, family, committee Nouns: The football of John. Take a look at the following example:.
Transitive or intransitive verbs words that can or cannot stand with objects Word classes Word formation Word order. Talking about possession Rewrite the sentences as shown in the example. Student Type adults students with special educational needs, learning difficulties, e.
Comparative adjectives and structures Comparison: Too sqxon enough Verb patterns Verb phrase Verb tenses Verbs: But it is not your book, it is your friend’s book. Vocabulary, grammar and writing practice: Relative adverbs Relative clauses: Split infinitive Exericses inverted word order Irregular verbs It as preparatory subject e.
Johnny has a new bike. Julia has a new sweatshirt. You’re not a member yet.
Prepositions Prepositions of movement Prepositions of place Prepositions of time Prepositions vs adverbs e. Read the following sentences.
Decide what you need: Proper nouns names of people, cities, companies Numbers: Smith has a red car. Then decide what you need: It’s Joey we’re looking for Commands imperatives Comparison comparative and superlative Comparison: In spoken language, you can also use the ‘s-genitive without a noun following it, especially when you talk about a house or an apartment that belongs to someone:. Johnny points to a bed: Johnny and Julia sleep in the same room.
Yes or No questions Relative clauses Relative Clauses: Besides the s-genitive, there is also the of-genitive that you can use to express a possessive relation: A1 vocabulary worksheet on about family and saxon genitive.
He’s staying at the Smiths’ today.