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Grammar – The apostrophe


The apostrophe is a punctuation mark that is used to show ownership, e.g. Lucy’s rabbit.


The apostrophe can also be used to show that a letter or letters are missing, e.g. could not  couldn’t. This is called a contraction.


A Rewrite these words as contractions. 1. we are 3. she is 5. it is 7. does not 9. will not


2. should not 4. they would 6. we will 8. has not 10. can not


B In your copy, rewrite these sentences adding apostrophes where necessary.


1. Peter doesnt want to share his cake with Toby. 2. Its a pity its raining as we wont be able to go on our picnic. 3. “Realtíns violin shouldnt be left on the sofa,” barked Dad. 4. Fiachra hasnt got a ticket for the match on Sunday. 5. Mums car doesnt have enough petrol to get to school.


C Ring the correct spelling to complete these sentences. 1. Chris won’t / wo’nt go out unless Emily comes too.


2. Kieran does’nt / doesn’t want Deirdre to know that he has bought her a surprise.


3. “Paddy shouldn’t / should’nt have eaten the entire swiss roll,” cried Maria.


4. Fionn has’nt / hasn’t found the spider yet, it should’nt / shouldn’t take this long! 5. We’re / w’ere a bit surprised that Elvira left the team.


D Dictation: Listen to your teacher and write the sentences in your copy.


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Unit 17 | Recount 2


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