Lesson 15 - Weather
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- Object pronouns in English
- The pronoun "it"
- The word "too"
- "Find the Mistake" activity
Object Pronouns are pronouns that receive the action of the verb. They come after the verb or after a preposition.
After the verb
I call her every day.
After a preposition
The present is for her.
|Subject Pronouns||Object Pronouns|
Write a sentence changing the object of the sentence (the word in italics) to an object pronoun.
I call Mary.
Select the correct pronoun (subject or object pronoun).
Subject pronouns = before the verb (except with a question)
Object pronouns = after the verb (except with a question) or after a preposition
In English we use the pronoun "it" to refer to things or sometimes animals. The verb "is" can never be alone in English. It has to have a subject. In the sentence below "it" refers to the weather. Since weather is a thing, we use the pronoun "it."
CORRECT- In my country it is very cold in the winter.
INCORRECT- In my country is very cold in the winter.
If the sentence is correct, leave it blank. If it is not correct, write it correctly.
I like the movie because is interesting.
It is very cold outside.
(We leave it blank because it is correct.)
The word "too" in English indicates an extreme or excessive amount of something.
Write sentences with "too."
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