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Lesson 28. Mr. Randles can speak French in Russian. Parts of Speech - Pronouns Demonstrative pronouns  are pronouns that point out. They are  this, that, these,  and  those. That  is my hat. I like these  not  those . Instructions:  Find the demonstrative pronouns in these sentences.

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    1. Lesson 28 Mr. Randles can speak French in Russian.

    2. Parts of Speech - Pronouns • Demonstrative pronouns are pronouns that point out. They are this, that, these, and those.That is my hat. I likethese not those. • Instructions: Find the demonstrative pronouns in these sentences. 1. That is a great idea. 2. I will take those. 3. How much money do you want for this? 4. These are the shoes I want.

    3. Appositives • Parts of the Sentence - Appositives • An appositive is a word or group of words that identifies or renames the noun or pronoun that it follows. It is set off by commas unless closely tied to the word that it identifies or renames. ("Closely tied" means that it is needed to identify the word.) Examples: My son Carl is a medical technician. (no commas) Badger, our dog with a missing leg, has a love for cats. (commas needed) • Appositives should not be confused with predicate nominatives. A verb will separate the subject from the predicate nominative. An appositive can follow any noun or pronoun including the subject, direct object, or predicate nominative. • You can make one smooth sentence from two short, choppy sentences by using an appositive. Example: Ila won the prize. It was a trip to Hawaii. Ila won the prize, a tripto Hawaii. • Instructions: Combine the following sentences by using an appositive. • 1. Yesterday I saw an exciting movie. It was called Goldeneye. • 2. Mr. Jones will be with you shortly. He is the plant manager. • 3. That woman is my neighbor. She is a well-known author. • 4. Luis can do almost anything. He is a talented person. • 5. Do you want to meet Barbara Jean? She is my lab assistant.

    4. Caps and Names and Titles and Stuff • Mechanics - Capitalization • Capitalize the first word and all nouns in the salutation of a letter. Example: My dear Mary, Capitalize only the first word of the complimentary close. Example: Yours truly, • Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter. 1. dear uncle frank, your favorite nephew, 2. with fondest regards, dear sweetheart, 3. dear sir: respectfully yours, 4. dear mom and dad, with love, 5. your dearest friend, to whom it may concern: