Expressing Possession


Welcome to Class!

Hello, language learners! 🌟 In today’s class, we’re diving into the fascinating world of Expressing Possession.

Expressing Possession

First, let’s understand the key term we’ll be delving into:

Possessive Pronouns: We’ll learn how to show ownership and possession using words like my, yours, his, and hers.

Expressing Ownership

Expressing Ownership

Imagine you’re a detective in the world of words, solving the mystery of ownership! We’re going to use possessive pronouns to show what belongs to whom.

Repeat after me: “my.” 

Now, let’s say: “yours.” 

Great! Lastly, let’s pronounce: “his.” 

We’re like sentence architects, building sentences that show who owns what!

Possession Sentence Building

This is my pen. Point to the pen and say together

This is your pen. Great!

This is his/her pen. Repeat the process for “his” and “her”

Creating More Possession Sentences

Creating More Possession Sentences

Let’s practice more with different items. We’ll use possessive pronouns to show ownership.

This is my book. Point to the book and say together with me.

Now, let’s say this too: “This is your book”

This is his/her book. Repeat the process for “his” and “her”


Today, we learned how to use possessive pronouns like my, yours, his, and hers to show ownership.

Remember, possessive pronouns are like magical keys that unlock the mystery of ownership in sentences.

We have come to the end of today’s class.

I hope you enjoyed the class

In our next class, we’ll be exploring Expressing Gratitude and Farewell

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