Today’s Bellringer 12/ 12/ 12. Choose the correct verb that completes the sentence. 1.) You (read, reads) a story to the children after lunch. 2.) The coffee cups on the shelf (has, have) been washed already. 3.) Those entertainers ( is,are ) still in the refrigerator.
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Choose the correct verb that completes the sentence.
1.) You (read, reads) a story to the children after lunch.
2.) The coffee cups on the shelf (has, have) been washed already.
3.) Those entertainers (is,are) still in the refrigerator.
4.)The bats in the cave( does, do) not come out during the day time.
5.) Those states (is, are) on the Pacific Coast.
The winning team(s) will get DONUTS tomorrow!
Allie’s cell phone dropped into the toilet like a falling star.
The children were roses grown in concrete gardens, beautiful and forlorn.
Money is the only friend that I can count on.
Peggy heard the last piece of cheesecake in the refrigerator calling her name.
Allie has a million pairs of shoes in her closet.
Laughing lions laugh like jumping jaguars on top of talking trees.
The sweet scent of vanilla had met us as she opened the door.
"Bang!" went the gun.
Well that's a piece of cake!
Caring cats cascade off laughing lamas lounging.
The basketball swooshed right in the net.
I feel like a fish out of water.
The leaves danced in the wind.
I tasted the sour on my tongue and felt it in the back of my mouth.
Wind whistles through the air, while talking turtles shiver like sea horses.
Toby manipulated the people in his life as though they were chess pieces.
Her eyes were fireflies.
Justice is blind and, at times, deaf.
Kisses are the flowers of love in bloom.
Charlie gazed hopelessly at the endless pile of bills stretching across the counter.
When he kissed her, it felt to her as though he were trying to win a sword fight.
The buses can be impatient around here.
Her eyes were fireflies.
Patty drank from a bottomless glass of Kool-Aid.
the burning wood hissed and crackled
Don’t jump the gun!
Betty bought butter but the butter was bitter, so Betty bought better butter to make the bitter butter better.
You have a chip on your shoulder