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1 a no change b had to be c could be d tried to be 2 a no change b bacteria a

1. A. NO CHANGE

B. had to be

C. could be

D. tried to be

2. A. NO CHANGE

B. bacteria, a

C. bacteria. A

D. bacteria; a

3. A. NO CHANGE

B. friends, said

C. friends. Said

D. Friends who said

  • It is possible that a 2-year-old Idaho boy's death would be linked to the nationwide outbreak of spinach contaminated with E. coli bacteria a state health official said. Kyle Allgood became sick September 15 after friends said his mother had blended spinach into a smoothie for him.


Make up work www yourhomework com students parents view homework course id 43217 51191 for ap
Make-Up work….www.yourhomework.com Students/ParentsView Homework Course ID = 43217(51191 for AP)


Comma rule 1 lists of three or more
Comma Rule #1: Lists of three or more

* You need a comma after EACH item! (and right before “and”)


Example 1 put in the missing commas
Example 1: Put in the missing commas

So many reality TV shows are boring offensive and silly.


Example 1 put in the missing commas1
Example 1: Put in the missing commas

So many reality TV shows are boring, offensive, and silly.


Example 2
Example 2:

For lunch, Hungry Herman had potato salad franks and beans strudel with apples and pears sauerbraten and chocolate cake.


Example 21
Example 2:

For lunch, Hungry Herman had potato salad, franks and beans, strudel with apples and pears, sauerbraten, and chocolate cake.


Example 3
Example 3:

I love to eat coleslaw mashed potatoes and gravy steak and corn on the cob.


Example 31
Example 3:

I love to eat coleslaw, mashed potatoes and gravy, steak, and corn on the cob.


Comma rule 2
COMMA RULE #2

Use commas after an introductory clause or phrase.

Clause: Part of a sentence


Ex 1 fill in the missing commas
Ex 1: Fill in the missing commas

Excited about the move I packed very quickly.


Ex 1 answer
EX 1: Answer

Excited about the move, I packed very quickly.


Ex 2 fill in the missing commas
Ex 2: Fill in the missing commas

Near a small town at the base of a hill the old house had stood alone for centuries.


Ex 2 answer
Ex 2: Answer

Near a small town at the base of a hill, the old house had stood alone for centuries.


Ex 3 fill in the missing commas
Ex 3: Fill in the missing commas.

Even though it was cold we had a great time swimming in the lake.


Ex 3 answer
Ex 3: Answer

Even though it was cold, we had a great time swimming in the lake.


Ex 4 fill in the missing commas
Ex 4: Fill in the missing commas

Because many people enjoy ice cream ice cream shops are profitable businesses.


Ex 4 answer
Ex 4: Answer

Because many people enjoy ice cream, ice cream shops are profitable businesses.


1 a no change b had to be c could be d tried to be 2 a no change b bacteria a

When a sentence begins with when, where, or how something happens, you need a comma after it.Ex: Slowly I got out of bed.Ex: This morning I was extremely tired.


Comma rule 3
COMMA RULE #3 happens, you need a comma after it.

Use commas to set off non-essential words and phrases—information not crucial to the primary intent of the sentence.

* If there’s something in the middle or at the end of a sentence that you can take out and the sentence would still make sense, then you need commas.


Ex 1 fill in the missing commas1
Ex 1: Fill in the missing commas happens, you need a comma after it.

Evolution as far as we know doesn’t work this way.


Ex 1 answer1
EX 1: Answer happens, you need a comma after it.

Evolution, as far as we know, doesn’t work this way.


Ex 2 fill in the missing commas1
Ex 2: Fill in the missing commas happens, you need a comma after it.

The bass weighed about twelve pounds give or take a few ounces.


Ex 2 answer1
Ex 2: Answer happens, you need a comma after it.

The bass weighed about twelve pounds, give or take a few ounces.


Ex 3 fill in the missing commas1
Ex 3: Fill in the missing commas. happens, you need a comma after it.

The bass which was slimy and scaly weighed about twelve pounds.


Ex 3 answer1
Ex 3: Answer happens, you need a comma after it.

The bass, which was slimy and scaly, weighed about twelve pounds.


Ex 4 fill in the missing commas1
Ex 4: Fill in the missing commas happens, you need a comma after it.

Lord of the Rings on the other hand is a work of fantasy.


Ex 4 answer1
Ex 4: Answer happens, you need a comma after it.

Lord of the Rings, on the other hand, is a work of fantasy.


Ex 5 fill in the missing commas
Ex: 5 Fill in the missing commas happens, you need a comma after it.

Sven a student at the Greek school refuses to study dead languages such as Latin.


Ex 5 answer
Ex 5: Answer happens, you need a comma after it.

Sven, a student at the Greek school, refuses to study dead languages, such as Latin.


Ex 6 fill in the missing commas
Ex 6: Fill in the missing commas happens, you need a comma after it.

Jay’s outfit a red dress with pink feathers made everyone stop and stare.


Ex 6 answer
Ex 6: Answer happens, you need a comma after it.

Jay’s outfit, a red dress with pink feathers, made everyone stop and stare.


Ex 7 fill in the missing commas
Ex 7: Fill in the missing commas happens, you need a comma after it.

Students must study grammar as a matter of fact.


Ex 7 answer
Ex 7: Answer happens, you need a comma after it.

Students must study grammar, as a matter of fact.


Unit test oct 3
UNIT TEST Oct. 3 happens, you need a comma after it.

  • Comma Rules 1-3

  • Canterbury Tales Notes

  • Ballad Notes

  • ??Descriptive Writing??


1 a no change b had to be c could be d tried to be 2 a no change b bacteria a

Open up the purple books to page 192 happens, you need a comma after it.


Notes 9 21 ballads
Notes 9/21-- Ballads happens, you need a comma after it.

Oral History

Bard

Ballad- a narrative poem originally meant to be sung

Narrative poem

Mead Hall


1 a no change b had to be c could be d tried to be 2 a no change b bacteria a

Elements of an English Ballad happens, you need a comma after it.

  • An English Ballad must have at least 3 of these 5 elements:

  • Quatrains

  • Dialogue

  • Repetition

  • Supernatural/spirituality

  • Rhyme Scheme abcb or aabb (aaabb/aabbb)


Rhyme schemes
Rhyme schemes happens, you need a comma after it.

Twinkle, twinkle little star a

How I wonder what you are a

Up above the world so high b

Like a diamond in the sky b

“Mother dear, may I go downtown a

Instead of out to play, b

And march the streets of Birmingham c

In a Freedom March today? b


Is it a ballad use this chart to find out
Is it a ballad?? Use this chart to find out… happens, you need a comma after it.


1 a no change b had to be c could be d tried to be 2 a no change b bacteria a

Read the poem “Barbara Allan” and try to fill out the chart using that poem. THIS IS PRACTICE for your test! The answers are on the slide right after… try it on your own before you look!!


Barbara allan
Barbara Allan chart using that poem. THIS IS PRACTICE for your test! The answers are on the slide right after… try it on your own before you look!!

He turned his face unto the wall,

And death with him was dealin’:

“Adieu*, adieu, my dear friends all,

And be kind to Barbara Allan.”

And slowly, slowly, raise she up,

And slowly, slowly left him;

And sighing said she could not stay,

Since death of life had reft him.

She had not gone a mile but two,

When she heard the dead-bell callin’

And every stroke the dead bell gave,

It cried , “Woe to Barbara Allan!”

“O mother, mother, make my bed,

O make it soft and narrow:

Since my love died for me today,

I’ll die for him tomorrow.”

It was in and about the Martinmas time,

When the green leaves were a-fallin’;

That Sir John Graeme in the West Country

Fell in love with Barbara Allan.

He sent his man down through the town

To the place where she was dwellin’:

“O haste and come to my master dear,

If you are Barbara Allan.”

O slowly, slowly raise she up,

To the place where he was lyin’,

And when she drew the curtain by:“Young man, I think you’re dying.’”

“O it’s I’m sick, and very, very sick,

And tis all for Barbara Allan.”

“O the better for me you shall never be*,

Though your heart’s blood were a-spillin’.

“O don’t you remember, young man,” said she,

“When ye the cups were fillin’,

That you made the toasts go round and round,

And slighted* Barbara Allan?”

*you’ll never be good enough for me * to slight someone means to insult or ignore them *Adieu = good-bye


Journal 3
Journal #3 chart using that poem. THIS IS PRACTICE for your test! The answers are on the slide right after… try it on your own before you look!!

Who do you think is the Bard of the 21st century?

  • Who is someone who tells stories that EVERYDAY people can relate to?

    OR

    Who do you personally believe tells the best stories??