Possessive Adjectives Worksheets:
Word Fills - Choose a word from the box to complete each sentence. Note how each of these words establishes a sense of a relationship.
On The Line -
On the line write the best term that could be used in the second sentence. Follow the example that is provided.
A or B? -
Choose the correct word to complete each
sentence. Write its letter on the line. This is a simple two choice option for you, just circle it.
Sentence Rewrites -
Rewrite each sentence to demonstrate a relationship or sense of ownership over something.
Which Gender -
Does the word apply to males (M), females (F), both (B), or neither
(N)? Write the correct letter on the line next to each of key terms.
Family Tree -
Study the family tree. Fill in the blanks with the correct word that is related to the concept of family.
Complete Conversations -
Choose the correct words to complete each
conversation. Each piece of dialogue is two line long.
Word Placement -
Choose a term of your choice to complete each sentence. You may use a word
more than once.
Wait a Second -
Rewrite the second sentence in each pair using a
the technique we are exploring here. You can even rewrite them into a single sentence.
In Parentheses -
Write original sentences about the subjects in parentheses. Include a
word that establishes a relationship or feeling of ownership in each sentence.
Subject Pronouns -
Write the possessive adjective that goes with each subject pronoun. Then work on the second sentence in each case.
Editing Practice - Find the error in each sentence. Write the word that is missing from each statement on all of the lines.
Get Original -
Write original sentences about the subjects in parentheses. This gives you a chance to show off your cleverness and get after it.
What Is It? -
You will start off by just producing a single word or phrase. Take your time with this one.
Word Usage -
This is a two parter. You start by shortening sentences. You will then choose the correct words to complete each conversation.