Students often see the personal "A" in context but many resources never seem to include any specific practice. This organizer/practice page includes a brief description of the personal "A" with direct objects and a chart of all the ways a personal "A" can be used with people. It also explains the exceptions to the rule. Followed by 26 practice sentences to decide if a personal "A" is required and a few opportunities to create their own sentences. Best used with a level III or higher class when reviewing usage of Direct Object pronouns, this practice could be used as homework, extra practice for struggling students or as notes/guided practice as a class. Takes about 20 minute to complete. Answer key included.
Personal "A" notes and practice
by Barbara Davis
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