10/3/11

PLURAL AND SINGULAR POSSESSIVE NOUN PRACTICE

Circle the possessive noun in each sentence. Then circle singular if the possessive noun is singular or plural if it is plural.
1.
Hattie's pencil broke.
The possessive noun is: (circle one) singular plural
2.
The bats' cave was dark.
The possessive noun is: (circle one) singular plural
3.
The sky's color turned green after the tornado.
The possessive noun is: (circle one) singular plural
4.
The bikes' seats were wet because of the rain.
The possessive noun is: (circle one) singular plural
5.
The crumbs led us to the mice's home in the wall.
The possessive noun is: (circle one) singular plural
6.
My grandma's garden is full of mums, daisies, and marigolds.
The possessive noun is: (circle one) singular plural
7.
The students' talking was disturbing to the teacher.
The possessive noun is: (circle one) singular plural
8.
The pony's rider was too big.
The possessive noun is: (circle one) singular plural
9.
The four lizards' tails are green.
The possessive noun is: (circle one) singular plural

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