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Pronombres en inglés

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Pronombres en inglés

you and me

1. Pronombres sujetos

2. Pronombres objectos

3. Adjetivos posesivos

4. Pronombres posesivos

 

SUBJECT PRONOUNS OBJECT PRONOUNS POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
I ME MY MINE
YOU YOU YOUR YOURS
HE HIM HIS HIS
SHE HER HER HERS
IT IT ITS
WE US OUR OURS
THEY THEM THEIR THEIRS

Una explicación que os puede venir muy bien para no cometer errores con esta gramática, explicación que tiene que ver con sintaxis y morfología.

Subject pronoun: siempre va delante del verbo.                          RULE: Subject + Verb + Complement

Object pronoun: siempre detrás del verbo                                   RULE: Subject + Verb + Complement (a veces, object pr.)

Possessive Adjective: siempre delante de un sustantivo          RULE: Possessive Adjective + Noun

Possessive Pronoun: no lleva sustantivo detrás                         RULE: Possessive Pronoun + Noun

 

EXAMPLES

  1. I (S)   like (V)   pasta (C)
  2. I (S)  love (V)   him (C-Object)
  3. My (Poss.Adj)  father (Noun)  is (V)  German (C)
  4. That bag is mine (Poss. Pronoun) = ese bolso es mío.

EXERCISE 1: complete the gaps with an object pronoun, a possessive adjective or a possessive pronoun.

  1. My job  is wonderful.  I really like _________ !
  2. I’m going to see the Rolling Stones. Do you like _________ ?
  3. President Obama was born in Hawaii but _________ father was born in Kenya.
  4. That car is not ours.  Is it _________ ?
  5. We have a big problem.  Can you help _________?
  6. My cell phone is dead.  Can I use _________?
  7. Carla Bruni was born in Italy but _________ grandmother is Italian.

EXERCISE 2: choose the best option, a possessive adjective or a possessive pronoun.

1. Is that your notebook or _____________________ (my/mine)?

2. I don’t like _____________________ (their/theirs) apartment.

3. That’s not my problem. It’s _____________________ (yours/your).

4. Your car is green, while _____________________ (my/mine) is black.

5. Isn’t _____________________ (their/theirs) son older than you?

6. A friend of _____________________ (our/ours) called.

7. A friend of _____________________ (her/hers) brother’s called.

8. He’s _____________________ (our/ours) doctor.

9. That’s _____________________ (our/ours) house, not theirs.

10. Is he a friend of _____________________ (your/yours)?

KEYS

EXERCISE 1

  1. My job  is wonderful.  I really like ____it_____ ! OBJECT PR.
  2. I’m going to see the Rolling Stones. Do you like ____them_____ ? OBJECT PR.
  3. President Obama was born in Hawaii but ____his_____ father was born in Kenya. POSSESSIVE ADJ.
  4. That car is not ours.  Is it ___yours______ ? POSSESSIVE PR.
  5. We have a big problem.  Can you help ____us_____? OBJECT PR.
  6. My cell phone is dead.  Can I use ___yours______? POSSESSIVE PR
  7. Carla Bruni was born in Italy but ___her______ grandmother is Italian. POSSESSIVE ADJ.

EXERCISE 2

1. Is that your notebook or _____________________ (my/mine)?

2. I don’t like _____________________ (their/theirs) apartment.

3. That’s not my problem. It’s _____________________ (yours/your).

4. Your car is green, while _____________________ (my/mine) is black.

5. Isn’t _____________________ (their/theirs) son older than you?

6. A friend of _____________________ (our/ours) called.

7. A friend of _____________________ (her/hers) brother’s called.

8. He’s _____________________ (our/ours) doctor.

9. That’s _____________________ (our/ours) house, not theirs.

10. Is he a friend of _____________________ (your/yours)?

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  1. Dennisse R...

    Very good..

    1. patty

      Thanks 🙂

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