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Apostrophes to Show Possession Ex # 1
Based on Bunny Rabbit's Diary
by Mary Frances Blaisdell

Directions:
1. Fix the apostrophe problem in each sentence. 
2. Then underline the verbs twice, their subjects once, and label the type of complement ("PA," "PN," "IO," or "DO").

1. Then he pulled Bobtails long ears.

2. Teddy jumped out of Jacks arms.

3. Someone is in my masters garden.

4.  Poor Bunnys heart began to beat very fast.

5. They came to Mr. Mans barn.

6. Then they told Mrs. Ducks secret to all their friends.

7. One little duck wriggled out from under her mothers wing.

8. At last they reached Whities house.

9. The rabbits could hear Bobbys feet.

10. Bunny put the acorn in front of Sammys door.