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GRAMMAR WARM-UPS First Six Weeks. Freshman English. Grammar Warm-Up #1: Capitalization. Instructions : Copy each sentence below, correctly writing the words that should be capitalized . Richard the lionhearted was the king of england for ten years.

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grammar warm up 1 capitalization
Grammar Warm-Up #1: Capitalization

Instructions: Copy each sentence below, correctly writing the words that should be capitalized.

  • Richard the lionhearted was the king of england for ten years.
  • Of the five great lakes, only lake michigan is entirely within the united states.
  • Admission to the coronation ball required dressing in a costume from the renaissance era.
  • When salvadore began going to hershey high school, he spoke fluent italian and little english.
grammar warm up 2 capitalization
Grammar Warm-Up #2: Capitalization

Instructions: Copy each sentence below, correctly writing the words that should be capitalized.

  • Although erica likes her car, she’d really like a mazdamiata.
  • The december 2004 tsunami affected many countries surrounding the indian ocean.
  • The only interstate highway that runs from canada to mexico is interstate 5 (from san diego to blaine, washington).
  • A small part of russian land is lodged between lithuania and poland.
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WARM-UP #2 - Key

Instructions: Copy each sentence below, correctly writing the words that should be capitalized.

Although Erica likes her car, she’d really like a Mazda Miata.

The December 2004 tsunami affected many countries surrounding the Indian Ocean.

The only interstate highway that runs from Canada to Mexico is Interstate 5 (from San Diego to Blaine, Washington).

A small part of Russian land is lodged between Lithuania and Poland.

grammar warm up 3 capitalization
Grammar Warm-Up #3: Capitalization

Instructions: Copy the following sentences, correctly capitalizing or making lowercase any word or word groups that are incorrect.

  • Ms. Kincaid, who teaches biology II, is a Member of the national audubon society.
  • Other Conservation and Animal-Welfare organizations are the national wildlife federation (NWF) and the american society for the prevention of cruelty to animals (aspca).
  • The goal of the world wildlife fund (wwf) is “to build a future where people live in harmony with nature.”
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WARM-UP #3 - Key

Ms. Kincaid, who teaches Biology II, is a member of the National Audubon Society.

Other conservation and animal-welfare organizations are the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).

The goal of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is “to build a future where people live in harmony with nature.”

grammar warm up 4 capitalization
Grammar Warm-Up #4: Capitalization

Instructions: Copy the following sentences, correctly capitalizing or making lowercase any word or word groups that are incorrect.

  • The Natural resources defense council (Nrdc) is an environmental group.
  • In addition, Luisa Rane, the President of the school’s environmentalist club, made a presentation about Environmental Groups during world cultures II.
  • I think i would like to get involved with greenpeace international.
grammar warm up 5 capitalization
Grammar Warm-Up #5: Capitalization

Instructions: Copy the following sentences, correctly capitalizing or making lowercase any word or word groups that are incorrect.

  • Is neptune or uranus the farthest Planet from the sun?
  • After the shuttle program, president Obama says we will explore mars and the Moon again.
  • The Astronauts are very excited to explore other parts of the Solar System, including the asteroid belt.
grammar warm up 6 prepositional phrases
Grammar Warm-Up #6: Prepositional Phrases

Instructions: Copy each of the following sentences. Enclose each prepositional phrase in brackets and label each word in the phrase.

  • At our house every person in the family spends one night weekly doing the dishes.
  • Mando was flying his kite above the trees in the bright sunshine.
  • The class walked along the narrow trail around the dinosaur display.
grammar warm up 7 prepositional phrases
Grammar Warm-Up #7: Prepositional Phrases

Instructions: Copy each of the following sentences. Enclose each prepositional phrase in brackets and label each word in the phrase.

  • Lynn put words in French and Spanish on the chalkboard.
  • Some of the guests were not pleased with the party.
  • In spite of the decision of the jury, I am innocent.
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Grammar Warm-Up #8: Prepositional Phrases

Instructions: Copy each of the following sentences. Enclose each prepositional phrase in brackets and label each word in the phrase.

  • Under his expert care, all patients will feel better about themselves.
  • By tonight or tomorrow, the committee will have decided on our fate.
  • The Nile River is among the longest rivers in the world.
grammar warm up 9 prepositional phrases
Grammar Warm-Up #9: Prepositional Phrases

Instructions: Copy each of the following sentences. Enclose each prepositional phrase in brackets and label each word in the phrase.

  • We prefer the second week in June for our vacation.
  • Who played Butch Cassidy in the movie we saw last night?
  • Please get me a sandwich from the refrigerator.
grammar warm up 10 prepositional phrases
Grammar Warm-Up #10: Prepositional Phrases

Instructions: Copy each of the following sentences. Enclose each prepositional phrase in brackets and label each word in the phrase.

  • In case of rain we will take our umbrellas to the game.
  • Her cat dragged one of her socks into the yard.
  • The post office is located across the street from the bank on Main Street.
grammar warm up 11 revising and editing
Grammar Warm-Up #11: Revising and Editing

Instructions: Select the underlined portion of each sentence below that contains an error. Then copy the correct form of the sentence onto your paper.

  • James and me went to the supermarket to buy ice cream for his party. No error
  • Evelyn closed her book, shut her eyes, and tries to get to sleep quickly. No error
  • The valet drivers are all well-trained and goes quickly and efficiently between the lobby and the garage. No error
grammar warm up 12 revising and editing
Grammar Warm-Up #12: Revising and Editing

Instructions: Select the underlined portion of each sentence below that contains an error. Then copy the correct form of the sentence onto your paper.

  • Where are you going to hide when he arrive for his surprise party? No error.
  • When she walked in the room, I cannot help but look up. No error.
  • Mark will head to the theater with Andrew and I. We will all meet you there. No error.
grammar warm up 13 revising and editing
Grammar Warm-Up #13: Revising and Editing

Instructions: Select the underlined portion of each sentence below that contains an error. Then copy the correct form of the sentence onto your paper.

  • Anastasia was a member of the school’s multicultural club, and she was always sure to did things to help other people. No error.
  • My mother was kind, compassionate, and caring above all things. No error.
  • Enjoying life involves laughing frequently, taking things in stride, and listen to the advice of those around you. No error.