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2. She told about the many (culture’s/cultures’) stories. 3. The (children’s/childrens’) toys are fun! 4. The (turtle’s/turtles’) eggs are buried in the sand. A possessive noun shows ownership. 5. These (storie’s/stories’) characters are funny. 6. Did you see that (bird’s/birds’) nest? 7. Some types of (bird’s/birds’) nests are on the ground. 8. Those (women’s/womens’) clothes are fancy. 9. Your (teeth’s/teeths’) enamel is strong. 37 Possessive Nouns -­‐ Independent Practice Circle the correct possessive noun in parenthesis to complete each sentence.

Independent Clause – _______________________________________________________________________ Dependent Clause – _________________________________________________________________________ 2. Before the light bulb, factory workers could only work during daylight hours. Independent Clause – _______________________________________________________________________ Dependent Clause – _________________________________________________________________________ 3. After the invention of the light bulb, factories had longer working hours that their employees worked.

Bark) 4. Joe ________________________________________ hard today. (work) 5. The school ________________________________________ many awards year after year. (earn) 52 Perfect Verb Tenses Present Perfect -­‐ Independent Practice Use the past tense of the verb in parenthesis, along with either has or have, to form the present perfect tense. 1. He ________________________________________ more than 10 math problems already. (solve) 2. She ________________________________________ forward to the prom all year.

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