Bud, not buddy 9/12 - 9/16
Write your own definition of the word action. List five examples of action. Monday, September 12
Define these words. • Action Verb • Direct Object • Indirect Object • Noun • Pronoun • Recipient
New Vocabulary WordsChapters 7-8 • acquaintance- someone you know on a relatively impersonal basis • alias - an assumed name • bawling -crying loudly, as from pain or annoyance; howling • festering - generating pus; becoming increasingly bitter or resentful • meddling - intruding in other people's affairs or business • mellowed - calmed; soothed • scamp - a mischievous youngster • shunned - avoided; scorned • sully - to mar the cleanness or luster of; soil, stain
She said, “oh my, a gentleman. i’m pleased to make you’re acuaintance as well.” Tyla said. “Well, you know you brought him to the right place: It’s nice to meet you, bud.’ If these sentences are coming up in the story, what predictions do you have for Bud? Tuesday, September 13
I knew if I was a regular kid Id be crying buckets of tears now, I din’t want these men to think I was a baby so I was real glad that my eyes dont cry no more. Based on the sentence above, write a prediction about what is coming up. Write the first sentence, then correct it. Write a prediction. Wednesday, September 14
Review! 1. What is an action verb? 2. What are the two types of an action verb? 3. What is a transitive verb? 4. What is an intransitive verb? 5. What is a linking verb?