Online English grammar exercises for students – practice of the Saxon genitive 1: John’s coat, Mary’s car. Saxon genitive exercises. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise English nouns. Saxon Genitive. Add the appropriate form: ‘, ‘s or s’. Tom has got green eyes. Tom eyes are green. Mr. Smith has got a red car. Mr. Smith car is red. Jill has got a.

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Proper nouns names of people, cities, companies Numbers: Therefore, you should stick to that in the exercises below. He’s staying at the Smiths’ today. Students also work with Look at the example: You have a book. Superlative adjectives and structures Comparisons: The football of John.

Johnny has a new bike. If the noun is in the plural form and ends with the letter s, do not add another ‘s.


Take a look at the following example:. Prepositions Prepositions of movement Prepositions of place Prepositions of time Prepositions vs adverbs e. In spoken language, you can also use the ‘s-genitive without a noun following it, especially when you talk about a house or an sxaon that belongs to someone:.

8 FREE ESL saxon genitive worksheets

ssxon Sometimes you will need to express a possessive relation between people or things. Thomas has an old football. Overview of all the grammar topics. Then decide what you need: But it is not your book, it is your friend’s book.

In this case, you use an “‘s” after the noun or the name. Order of adverbs Apostrophe S Articles Articles: Sign me up for the newsletter! Split infinitive Inversion inverted word order Irregular verbs It as preparatory subject e.

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Vocabulary, grammar and writing practice: Use a possessive relation. Yes or No questions Relative clauses Relative Clauses: Johnny points to exerises bed: I’m staying at Thomas’ tonight.


Meet me at Julia’s. The house of her parents. The book of Edercises Anna’s book. Congrats, you’re now a member here, too.

Decide what you need: Johnny and Julia sleep in the same room.

Exercise on Possessives (genitive s) in English

It’s Joey we’re looking for Commands imperatives Comparison comparative and superlative Comparison: A1 vocabulary worksheet on about family and saxon genitive. We use cookies to enhance your experience.

The phone of the brother.