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Post Test Review. Sentence Types . Sentence, Run-on, or Fragment They are very happy. Because we can. Please do your homework, the test is tomorrow. They are best friends. All of her shoes. Don’t do that, you are hurting me. . Sentence Types . Whenever we get lost when we’re driving.

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sentence types
Sentence Types

Sentence, Run-on, or Fragment

  • They are very happy.
  • Because we can.
  • Please do your homework, the test is tomorrow.
  • They are best friends.
  • All of her shoes.
  • Don’t do that, you are hurting me.
sentence types1
Sentence Types
  • Whenever we get lost when we’re driving.
  • In the morning before everyone is up.
  • The water was cold it numbed my body when I jumped in.
  • If you ever drive up to the top of that mountain and look at the beautiful view.
  • Sometimes I just don’t want to go to school.
  • Stop!
  • At the beginning of the movie before the real action began.
  • She wanted to go to the movies I wanted to go bowling.
sentence types2
Sentence Types
  • I was listening to her I just didn’t understand what she said.
  • Whenever that happens, I just try to make the best of it.
  • We were riding with the top down I never felt so cool.
  • Even though she makes herself available for extra help every morning before school.
  • Because it hasn’t rained much.
  • I want to get straight Asin my classes I just don’t want to do work.
  • To make her way up to the front of the line.
sentence types3
Sentence Types

Simple, Compound, Complex, or Compound-Complex

  • I want more food.
  • The teacher gave a lecture, and it was incredibly boring.
  • I like her, and she is nice.
  • The students, who have worked hard, will do well on the test.
  • After we saw the concert, Mom picked us up, and we went to get ice cream.
identify the sentence with the error
Identify the Sentence with the error

Sentences may contain a run-on, a fragment, or no error

  • Although the USA men’s and women’s team worked hard.
  • It is hard to remember when all teams were perfect.
  • Only a few years ago, they lost the majority of sports.
  • No Error
identify the sentence with the error1
Identify the Sentence with the error

Sentences may contain a run-on, a fragment, or no error

  • We all can do well on the final exam.
  • Especially by studying.
  • Of course, Ms. Smith’s favorite students, Billy and Sally, will get As.
  • Billy’s favorite class, English, which he always gets 100s in, is not hard for him.
  • No Error
identify the sentence with the error2
Identify the Sentence with the error

Sentences may contain a run-on, a fragment, or no error

  • The best TV show currently on TV is “Sherlock”.
  • Because he is so smart.
  • Nowadays, there areso many shows to choose from, and there is so little time.
  • No Error
identify the sentence with the error3
Identify the Sentence with the error

Sentences may contain a run-on, a fragment, or no error

  • True, who would have known a novel would become a great TV show?
  • And people who do not watch it.
  • Watching other shows, like “Jersey Shore”, “Real House Wives”, and “The Kardashians”, just do not compare.
  • No Error
propaganda
Propaganda
  • Name calling
  • Fear
  • generalizations
which propaganda technique is being used
Which propaganda technique is being used?

Name-Calling, Generalization, or Fear

  • Formidable adversary, LexLugan, strutted through the hallways with his usual haughty air and condescending attitude.
  • All students who do not pick both a major and a minor in college will wind up jobless upon graduation.
  • Homelessness, bankruptcy, and disease are just a few of the potential outcomes of not graduating high school.
  • Having $5 in your pocket at all times will make the ladies love you.
  • Red Bull gives you energy.  You need energy to stay alive.  To stay alive, drink Red Bull.
  • The greedy, corrupt government passed a new bill that would yet again alienate the working class.
poem skills
Poem Skills
  • allusion
  • Tone
  • alliteration
  • meter
  • catalog
  • similarities in terms of the themes
  • infer
  • technique used in poem to create rhythm
  • Symbolism
  • the form/structure
  • repetition
  • metaphor
  • anaphora
i hear america singing b y walt whitman 1819 1892
“I Hear America Singing”, by Walt Whitman 1819–1892

I hear America singing, the varied carols I hear,

Those of mechanics, each one singing his as it should be blithe and strong,

The carpenter singing his as he measures his plank or beam,

The mason singing his as he makes ready for work, or leaves off work,

The boatman singing what belongs to him in his boat, the deckhand singing on the steamboat deck,

The shoemaker singing as he sits on his bench, the hatter singing as he stands,

The wood-cutter’s song, the ploughboy’s on his way in the morning, or at noon intermission or at sundown,

The delicious singing of the mother, or of the young wife at work, or of the girl sewing or washing,

Each singing what belongs to him or her and to none else,

The day what belongs to the day—at night the party of young fellows, robust, friendly,

Singing with open mouths their strong melodious songs.

i too sing america b y langston hughes
“I, Too, Sing America”, by Langston Hughes

Tomorrow,

I'll be at the table

When company comes.

Nobody'll dare

Say to me,

"Eat in the kitchen,"

Then.

Besides,

They'll see how beautiful I am

And be ashamed—

I, too, am America.

I, too, sing America.

I am the darker brother.

They send me to eat in the kitchen

When company comes,

But I laugh,

And eat well,

And grow strong.

in a research paper where would the subtopic of research foundations be placed
In a research paper, where would the subtopic of research foundations be placed?
  • Introduction
  • Organic Foods
  • Organic Studies
  • Organic Farming
  • Organic Organizations
  • Conclusion
thesis paraphrasing
Thesis & Paraphrasing
  • The pyramid on the dollar bill was a carefully chosen symbol designed to characterize the United States as a place of progress and faith. 
  • Which is the best paraphrase?
  • All of the images printed on the $1 bill symbolize America's principles and goals.
  • The pyramid on the back of the $1 bill was carefully created to represent American values.
  • The dollar's symbolism is typical of American currency.
  • American currency should be redesigned to better reflect our country's separation of church and state.
what is the main idea of the paragraph
What is the main idea of the paragraph?
  • Do you wear glasses? Make sure your glasses fit well. The earpieces should be at eye level. Don’t try to adjust the earpieces yourself. Take your glasses for adjustments to the place you bought them. Keep your glasses in a case when you’re not wearing them. This will prevent scratches. Keep the lenses clean. A soft cloth is best for cleaning.
  • It is best to use a soft cloth with spectacles.
  • Bring your eye glasses to a licensed ophthalmologist.
  • Everyone should wear glasses to see properly.
  • Taking care of your glasses involves many steps.
nonfiction
Nonfiction
  • Revise sentence
  • Replace a word with a better word
  • Correct an error in a sentence
  • Comma Usage
  • Identify a misspelled word
  • Revise the sentence
  • Identify the author’s tone
practice revising
Practice Revising

2. What should be done with sentence 7?

Change “assure” to “make sure”

Change “treaty clauses” to “The clauses agreed to by the diverse countries represented there”

Place sentence 7 before 6

Combine 7 with 6 by changing the period after “continent” with a semi-colon

Combine 7 with 6 by changing “continent. Treaty” to “continent and also because treaty”

  • What must be done to sentence 3?
    • Combine it with sentence 2, putting a comma after research.
    • Begin it with the words “Antarctica is”
    • Replace the comma after 1961 with a semicolon.
    • Please the words “it was” before “written
    • Change “1961, which to “1961. It”
practice revising1
Practice Revising

4. The purpose of the paragraph 2 is:

Present a situation that has contradictory elements

Offer a solution to a problem discussed in the first paragraph

Present an argument and its final resolution

Examine a theory in light of new discoveries

Discuss a theory that will be refuted in the third paragraph

3. In context, which is the best revision of the underlined portion of the sentence:

Decisions that can make or break the preservation of Antarctica’s unique environment and its scientific opportunities depend on a political system designed to have nobody in command.

  • Create or destroy
  • Support or dispute
  • Be determined by
  • Be critical to
  • Be an adjustment to
practice revising2
Practice Revising

6. Which of the following sentences would improve the third paragraph?

Scientist collect ice cores by driving a hollow tube deep into the miles-thick ice sheets.

If the West Antarctic ice sheets melted, global seas would rise by 15-20 feet.

It is the driest place in the world, yet it contains 70% of Earth’s freshwater.

One cruise ship encountered 30-foot waves all the way across the Drake Passage.

Last year, more than 10,000 tourist visited Antarctica, bringing soiled boots, climbing gear, and trash to many locations.

5. Which sentence should be deleted?

  • 1
  • 2
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
practice revising3
Practice Revising

8. What is the author’s tone?

Playful

Sarcastic

Formal

Somber

7. What is the purpose of the entire essay?

  • Persuade
  • Inform
  • Entertain
  • Inspire
  • challenge
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2) As used in paragraph 3, which is the best antonym for cognizant?

A. doubtful

B. forgetful

C. unaware

D. mindful

E. resentful

1) Based only on information in paragraph 1, which statement about Ms. Pugh can reasonably be made?

A. She is a bitter woman.

B. She is an old woman.

C. She has been through a lot.

D. She was a world-class ballerina.

E. She has become a dance

teacher.

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4) As used in paragraph 4, what does

the term “safe haven” imply?

A. a refuge

B. a theater program

C. a religious building

D. a healthy alternative

E. an inexpensive activity

3) As used in paragraph 3, which is the best synonym for biased?

A. affected

B. partial

C. underscored

D. halted

E. explained

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6) Which best describes the literary technique used in the following sentence from paragraph 9?

"My wild, rough boys, who were often so rude they embarrassed me in public, gradually became a different species."

A. literal, meaning it is to be understood exactly as it is written

B. figurative, meaning it is not intended to be interpreted in its literal sense

C. foreshadowing, meaning it offers hints and clues of what is to come

D. inversion, characterized by a reversal of the usual order of words for emphasis

E. symbolism, characterized by something that has meaning in itself but which also stands for something larger

5) As stated in paragraph 5, why was

the narrator's decision fortuitous?

A. The children's theater was close to her home.

B. Her sons learned many valuable life lessons.

C. She expected her sons to become good dancers.

D. She got to see Ms. Pugh's bad temper firsthand.

E. There were not many boys in the program for her sons to get in trouble with.

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7) How does the author seem to feel about Ursula Pugh?

A. She is no longer effective or useful as a teacher.

B. She is strict, but that is good for the boys.

C. She is nasty, mean, and abusive.

D. She is a wonderful theater director.

E. She is actually a sensitive soul, who is hard to get to know.