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Review Lesson 6

Review Lesson 6

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Review Lesson 6


Hello! We have learned a lot in these last few lessons. Let us take a moment to review what we have learned.

Firstly, we learned about object pronouns. Like personal pronouns, object pronouns refer to ourselves and the people around us without using names, but their functions in the sentence are different than the personal pronoun. The object pronouns are “me” which is the object pronoun for the personal pronoun "I", “you” which is the object pronoun for the personal pronoun "you", “him” which is the object pronoun for the personal pronoun "he", “her” which is the object pronoun for the personal  pronoun "she", “us” which is the object pronoun for the personal pronoun “we", “them” which is the object pronoun for the personal pronoun "they", and "it" which is the object pronoun for the neuter pronoun "it”. We use the personal pronoun with the actor of the sentence, and the object pronoun when the noun is being acted upon.

Then, we learned the question word “who”.  We can use the question word "who" to get information about one or more persons, and it can refer to a man, a woman, a group of men, a group of women, or a mixed group. The answer to the question word "who" can be someone's name, several names, a noun denoting a person, a group of person, or a personal pronoun. We use the question word “who” when we do not know a specific person or people, as well as to determine which person or persons do something, like something, or want something.

Then, we learned how to express and enquire about emotions and physical feelings. We can express our emotions and physical feelings and discuss the emotions and physical feelings of other people using these adjectives and the conjugated verbs "to be" and "to feel" followed by certain adjectives. We learned that we can ask others how they feel by asking "How are you?" or "How do you feel?"

Finally, we learned about possessive pronouns. Possessive pronouns are a way of expressing ownership without using a person's name. There are two kinds of possessive pronouns. One kind must be used with a noun. The other kind of possessive pronoun stands alone, in place of a noun that has already been named.  The possessive pronouns for “I” are “my”, which stands with a noun, and “mine”, which stands alone. The possessive pronouns for “you” are“your”, which stands with a noun, and “yours”, which stands alone. The possessive pronouns for “he” is “his”, which can stand with a noun or alone. The possessive pronouns for “she” are “her”, which stands with a noun, and “hers”, which stands alone. The possessive pronouns for “we” are “our”, which stands with a noun, and “ours”, which stands alone. The possessive pronouns for “they” are“their”, which stands with a noun, and “theirs”, which stands alone. The possessive pronoun for “it” is “its”, which can stand with a noun or alone.

Great! Now that you have reviewed each of these concepts, you have reinforced the knowledge you have learned thus far.