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  1. STARTERS the Veterinarian named dr. AlHajri has three foxs, two calfssix sheeps, nine puppys, five monkeyes, four flys ten mouses, and a aardvark. They donot have any Fishes, or gooses (20+ errors)

  2. Grammar Vocabulary • Articles: a, an, and the • aandan are “indefinite articles.” We use them in front of nouns when we mean “one.” • (Old English: an = “one”) • the is our “definite article.” We use it in front of • nouns when we mean “THAT one/THOSE ones.” 16. “Count” nouns: Find and write Pg. 42

  3. Grammar Rules! 14. The indefinite articles a and an: • Use a in front of nouns beginning with consonants. (I have an cat.) Exception: When the letter h is silent, use an. (What a honor!) • Use an in front of nouns beginning with vowels. (I have a otter.) Exception: When the letter uis sounds like y, use a. (Look! An unicorn!)

  4. 15. The “Oxford comma” in lists: In a list of three or more words or phrases, put commas after every item except the last item. (Some parts of speech include verbs nouns pronouns and articles.)

  5. MATH Calculus… ( ) Linguistics, Old English, etc. GRAMMAR Trigonometry (cos = x) Algebra (3x + y = 24) Geometry Hard rules of grammar… Clauses, phrases, etc. Sentences, questions, etc. Counting (1, 2, 3, 4, 5…) Fractions & Decimals (1/2 = 0.5) Basic relationships between parts of sentences (pronouns/antecedents, subject-verb agreement)… Basic grammar vocabulary (Standard English, colloquial, singular, plural, exceptions, etc.)… Dividing (4 / 2 = 2) Basic parts of sentences (subjects, verbs)… Multiplying (2 x 2 = 4) Basic capitalization & punctuation (periods, commas, apostrophes)… Subtracting (2 - 1 = 1) Basic parts of speech (noun, verb, pronoun, article)… Adding (1 + 1 = 2) Basic words and phrases… A, B, C’s; Sounds; Spelling