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September 5 th , 2013. Journal If you lived 2000 years ago, which would be the best to own: a horse, a cow, or a dozen chickens? Why? Quote “If I were you, I’d run away. If you were me, you’d be good looking.” –Samurai saying Word of the Day

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September 5 th 2013

September 5th, 2013

Journal

If you lived 2000 years ago, which would be the best to own: a horse, a cow, or a dozen chickens? Why?

Quote

“If I were you, I’d run away. If you were me, you’d be good looking.” –Samurai saying

Word of the Day

We can tell from Miss Salisbury’s mistakes on the slides that she is a fallible person, even though she claims to be perfect.


Fallible adjective

Fallible (adjective)

  • Liable to make a mistake


Reminders

Reminders

  • Your Review Worksheet is due today!

  • If you have not turned your journals in yet, you currently have a zero for that assignment and are probably at an “F.” Turn it in for points!

  • AUPs

  • Grammar Textbook

  • Check your grades (Please, PLEASE, PLEASE!)


Review

Review

  • Helping verb

  • Adjective

  • Comparative

  • Superlative


Adverbs

Adverbs

Adverb

Modifies or describes a verb, an adjective, or another adverb

Usually ends with “ly”

Example: Stitch loudly rocked out to Elvis.

Example: The unruly way Stitch acted made Lilo unpleasantly angry.


Pronouns

Pronouns

  • Pronoun

  • A word that takes the place of one or more nouns

  • Examples: he, she, it, those, them, etc.

  • Example: Eric gave Ariel a ring, and she loved it!

  • Example: Ariel and Eric are a cute couple, aren’t they?


Pronouns1

Pronouns

  • Personal pronoun

  • Pronouns that are used to refer to specific people or things.

  • Example: The minions are cute, in fact, they are adorable!

  • Example: Do you know Mr. Gru? He is a very nice person.


Pronouns2

Pronouns

  • Subject Pronoun

  • Object pronoun

  • When a personal pronoun is the subject of a sentence

  • Example: He hit the ball.

  • When a personal pronoun is the object of a verb or preposition.

  • Example: She ran into him.


Pronouns3

Pronouns

  • Antecedent

  • The noun or group of words that a pronoun refers to.

  • Example: *NSYNC is awesome, and I love them!

  • Example: There is glitter all over the place, and it is making a mess!


Pronouns4

Pronouns

  • Possessive Pronoun

  • A pronoun in the possessive case. It shows who or what has something. May take the place of a possessive noun.

  • Example: His dog makes me laugh.

  • Example: There is a butterfly on her dog’s nose.


Pronouns5

Pronouns

  • Indefinite Pronoun

  • Interrogative Pronoun

  • A pronoun that does not refer to a particular person, place, or thing.

  • Example: It is incredibly hot in here!

  • Example: That is just nasty.

  • A pronoun used to introduce an interrogative sentence.

  • Who, what, where, when, why, how?

  • Example: Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?


Demonstratives

Demonstratives

  • Demonstrative Pronoun

  • Demonstrative Adjective

  • A pronoun that points out something and takes the place of a noun

  • Example: Those were delicious.

  • Example: That is so ugly!

  • Points out something by answering “Which one?”

  • Example: This is the best hotdog I have ever had!

  • Example: That is the best color in the world!


Intensifiers

Intensifiers

Intensifier

Amplifies the meaning of the word it modifies.

In your own writing, I would prefer to not see these!

Examples: very, quite, really (not real!), almost

Example: The T-Rex has a really big head and very little arms.

Example: Lewis is really smart and super cool.


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