Genitive Case Worksheets:
Forming Ownership -
Form the genitive case for each noun pair. Write it on the line. It helps if you sound out a sentence it might fit into.
Understanding Phrases -
Read each pair of phrases. They are all correct, but
mean every different things. Write the meaning of each phrase
Periods of Time -
Form the 's genitive case for each noun
pair expressing a measurement of time.
Understanding Geography -
Form the of form of the proper case for
each noun pair expressing a geographical relationship.
Using the Genitive -
You will need to write complete thoughts and make sure you place the apostrophe properly.
What Goes There? -
Complete the sentences using the
word in parentheses. You will need to shift your thoughts here.
The Possessive -
Write two sentences. For the first, use the genitive. For
the second, use a possessive pronoun.
Sentence Writing -
Write sentences using what you are given and you may need to reorder a few of these things..
What Apostrophe? -
Form the genitive case for each noun pair. Write it on the line. It is all about placement within the sentence.
Of Form -
Write four sentences using the "of" form. You can even work off of the examples that are given.
More Puncuation -
Write the proper form on the line. Just take your time and you will find it.
Packed Parentheses -
Complete the series of sentences by using word in parentheses. You will obviously need to make an adjustment to those words.
Forming - Show your own form of possession. There are a number of ways you can explore them.
Correct It! - Is this all correct or is there a problem? You be the judge.