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English Textbook Level One – Page 49: – Where I Live (Textbook Only)
A shop house is a building type that is commonly seen in areas such as urban Southeast Asia. Shop houses are mostly two or three stories high, with a shop on the ground floor for mercantile activity and a residence above the shop.
Condo – [kon-doh] – /ˈkɒndoʊ/ (noun, plural con·dos. Informal.)
Condominium – [kon-duh-min-ee-uhm] – /ˌkɒndəˈmɪniəm/
an apartment house, office building, or other multiple-unit complex, the units of which are individually owned, each owner receiving a recordable deed to the individual unit purchased, including the right to sell, mortgage, etc., that unit and sharing in joint ownership of any common grounds, passageways, etc.
Note: Ask the students what they can see on page 49, and discuss in complete sentences.
Discuss the words below (MY, HER, HIS, THEIR) using complete sentences.
Focus Word(s): My, Her, His, Their
|1. This is my English book. (belongs to me)||2. This is her mother. (belongs to girl / woman)|
|3. This is his red pencil case.
(belongs to a boy / man)
|4. They are looking for their sister, Alice. (belongs to others)|
|*** Possessive adjectives are used to show ownership of an item or an idea. ***|
|SUBJECT PRONOUN||POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE|
* ** Note: Be careful! There is no apostrophe (‘) in the possessive adjective “its”. We use an apostrophe to write the short form of “it is” or “it has”. ***
English Textbook Level One – Page 49: – Where I Live
Write 5 sentences on the bottom, using Possessive Adjectives (MY, HER, HIS, THEIR)