In today's class, I'm gonna post some exercices about 's. You remember the Possessive Case, right? If you don't, reread the previous posts.
In the previous post, I didn't talk about irregular plural. I'll just give you now a short explanation:
Irregular plurals are those words which don't have an "s" in the end, in English. For example:
Woman (singular) - Women (plural) (You can't say "womans")
Man (singular) - Men (plural) (You can't say "mans")
Child (singular) - Children (plural) (You can't say "childs")
Now let's move on.
Na aula de hoje, postarei alguns exercícios sobre o 's. Vocês se lembram do Caso Possessivo, não é? Se não, volte às postagens anteriores e leia novamente para entender, ok?
No último post, não comentei a respeito de plural irregular. Apenas darei uma básica explicação:
Plurais irregulares são aqueles que não acabam em "s" no Inglês, por example:
Woman - Women (Mulher - Mulheres)
Man - Men (Homem - Homens)
Child - Children (Criança - Crianças)
Agora podemos prosseguir:
1. Rewrite the sentences according to the example:
Ex.: Paul has a brother --> Paul's brother
a) Wendy has a toy.
b) Those women have a car.
c) Ingrid has a lot of books.
d) Chris and Gabriel have a law firm.
e) Gabriel has a law firm and Chris has a law firm.
2. Write P for Possessive Case or C for the is/ has contracted form:
a) Pricilla's Japanese.
b) Jake's e-pal is Brazilian.
c) My mother's gone to the Island.
d) It's a beautiful night.
e) Today's tragedy is tomorrow's news.
Obs.: News = Notícia (Singular and Plural).
a) Wendy's toy
b) Those women's car
c) Ingrid's books
d) Chris and Gabriel's law firm
e) Gabriel's and Chris law firm
I hope you got it...
Espero que tenham entendido...