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DWL. Daily Written Language October 3 rd – 7 th. Monday, October 3 rd. Put the date! Copy these notes in your DWL section. Prepositional Phrases

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DWL

Daily Written Language

October 3rd – 7th


Monday october 3 rd
Monday, October 3rd

  • Put the date! Copy these notes in your DWL section.

  • Prepositional Phrases

  • A word that ends a prepositional phrase (du-du-du) may be a noun (person, place, or thing) or a pronoun (him, her, me, them, us). This word is called the object of a preposition.

  • Finish each sentence with an object of a preposition.

  • Lina is friends with ___________.

  • Lina delivers messages throughout the ______.


Tuesday october 4 th
Tuesday, October 4th

Cross out any prepositional phrases (du-du-du). Underline the subject once and the verb phrasetwice. Label each object of the preposition with O.P. above it.

o.p.

Ex) Her dogis running beside the car.

  • His sister was standing on her head.

  • I am leaving with Kim and Alex.

  • My father is going to Austin or Dallas.

  • We spoke with the principal.


Wednesday october 5 th
Wednesday, October 5th

Cross out any prepositional phrases. Underline the subject once and the predicate twice. Label each object of the preposition O.P.o.p.

Ex) Her dogis runningbeside the car.

  • Has Ted eaten at that restaurant?

  • My friends went to a movie after school.

  • They leaned against the lockers.

  • We ran with the puppies.


Thursday october 6 th
Thursday, October 6th

Fill in an appropriate subject of the sentence. Write an appropriate object of the preposition (OP) in each space. Circle the prepositional phrase.

  • _________ fell over some _____________.

  • _________ hang(s) out with my ________ after ___________________.

  • Cross out any prepositional phrases. Underline the subject once and the verb twice. Label the O.P.

  • 3. Nicky ran with her teammate.

  • 4. After lunch, the ferry goes around the lake.

  • 5. The subway winds through the city.


Friday october 7 th
Friday, October 7th

  • Finish the sentence with a prepositional

  • phrase. Cross out the object of the preposition.

  • They went __________________.

  • 2. Sherry is leaving _______________.

  • 3. Has Ron studied _________________?


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