Possessive Noun

Stephanie Constantino
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Students will correctly identify and use possessive noun.
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Question 1

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"Possessive" means "to own something."
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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Non-human things may show possession of something in writing.
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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We use an apostrophe and "s" to show ownership in most instances.
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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Which sentence shows that Mary owns the shoes?
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  • Mary's shoes are a glittery red color.
  • The shoe's red color really complemented Mary's outfit.

Question 5

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If a word ends with an "s," we don't need an extra "s" after the apostrophe to show possession.
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  • True
  • False

Question 6

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Which sentence correctly uses a possessive?
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  • The Smith's were such a joy to have at the party.
  • The Smiths' positive attitude was really contagious.

Question 7

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Which sentence correctly uses a possessive?
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  • He ate four cookie's after his dinner.
  • The cookie's smell was so tempting.

Question 8

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Which sentence correctly uses a possessive?
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  • Her teacher's instructions were very clear.
  • Her teachers instruction's were very clear.

Question 9

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Which is the correct form of the possessive?
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  • the dress' color
  • the dress's color

Question 10

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Which of these is correct?
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  • the two sisters secrets
  • the two sister's secrets
  • the two sisters' secrets
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