Week 31 (April 7 – april 11). Monday’s E.Q. How has the dialogue revealed aspects of the characters so far?
Is it really possible to be so guileless, so innocent, such
a – pardon me for being so blunt – such a simpleton?
- The Governess, Neil Simon
Ex: Professor Snape: That's the second time you've spoken out of turn, Miss Granger. Are you incapable of restraining yourself or do you take pride in being an insufferable know it all?
Ron: He's got a point, you know.
What do we as the readers of The Diary of Anne Frank know that the characters do not know?
Indefinite Pronouns – refer to people, places, or things in a general way.
When an indefinite pronoun is the subject of a sentence, the verb must agree in number with the pronoun.
Ex: Each of the football team mascots is at the game. (singular indefinite pronoun and singular verb.
Ex: Both of my notebooks are in the car. (plural indefinite pronoun with plural verb.
**Tip – Indefinite pronouns that end is –body, -one, or –thing are always singular.
events are determined by fate
The arrival of the students HAS caused much excitement
the at the ceremony. CORRECT!!
During the holiday; it has 9 candles.