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A8 You Plural

Lesson Eight

you

write

plural

subject object possessive adjective possessive pronoun reflexive pronoun
you
you
your
yours
yourselves

These pronouns are used for groups of people to whom you write or speak.

subject = you

  • You are students.
  • You study English online.
  • How often do you come here?
  • Do you know each other?
  • You work very hard on your lessons.

object = you

  • It’s a pleasure to teach you English.
  • I gave you a test.
  • Who called you last night?
  • Did your teacher send you an email?
  • This website is for you to use for free.

possessive adjective = your

  • Your lessons are listed on the homepage.

These are your lessons.

possessive pronoun = yours

  • New opportunities for learning and growth worldwide are now yours thanks to the internet .

The internet is yours to use.

reflexive pronoun = yourselves

  • Help yourselves to some pretzels.

Would you like some pretzels?

Help yourselves!

 

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Aqua Level Exercise 8

Write these sentences and questions in your notebook. Fill in the blanks with….

you  you  your     yours  yourselves

1. This will help ________.

2. Did you listen to __________ after you finished recording?

3. ________ lessons are on the homepage.

4. Is this jacket ________?

5. Is that a picture of ________?

6. ________ must listen to the teacher.

7. Their house is nice, but ________ is nicer.

8. You must protect ________ from the cold weather.

9. Do ________ friends in the chat rooms know who you really are?

10. You all need to take care of this _________.

Next: Lesson Nine

Answers: 1. you; 2. yourselves; 3. Your; 4. yours; 5. you; 6. You; 7. yours; 8. yourselves; 9. your; 10. yourselves.

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