PASSWORDS- Breaking words into meaningful parts. Kind. Kindness. ness. (Means state or quality of being) . un. (Means not). Divide words into meaningful parts Business Fondness Goodness Happiness. pleasant. unpleasantness. ness.
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(Means state or quality of being)
Divide words into meaningful parts
Learning Objective: combine short related sentences with appositives
Writing conventions 1.2
Combine short related sentences with appositives
Combine these sentences using a conjunction (and, or, but)
Redwood trees have thick bark, and their leaves are high above the ground.
Example: Mrs. Fajardo, our principal, wants us to do well on the CSTs.
Knowing what an appositive is helps you build vocabulary
Helps you become a better writer because you learn how to write sentences in different ways
1.Our soccer team dashed to victory last night.
2.Our team is called the Eagles.
Sarah ,my best friend, is going to camp
Mr. Kemp, a dentist, will pull my tooth out today.