DOL level 4 week 30. Analogy rain : drop – snow: _______ 2. : - : 1. yesterday morning i brang my tennis shoes to school at 800 AM 2. and last week the corn growed at least a inch. flake. Pledge. Fluency. 6 min. reading solution.
2. : - :
1. yesterday morning i brang my tennis shoes to school at 800 AM
2. and last week the corn growed at least a inch
6 min. reading solution
Study Greek roots in words
The words on this line are superlative adjectives or adverbs.
Two of the words are irregular superlatives. Which ones?
Name the original adverb or adjectives that these superlative forms are based on.
Best: good or well
Worst: bad for adjective, or badly for adverb.
Utah and Idaho border on each other.
We are all locals of Taylorsville
The demand is so large they can charge more money for it.
plural for border: An artificial line where one country or state ends and another begins.
plural for local: A person who has been living in a place for a long time.
the desire for a product or a service
We live in a computerized era.
Get a good education or you might have to dig ditches.
The bird is desperate for water.
plural of ditch: a long narrow pathway cut in the ground to drain water
ready to take large risks with little hope of success
a period in history; usually several years long
How did machines get America moving?
Did you grasp the following ideas:
Collecting Facts and Ideas
Organize your notes in logical sequence Depending on the topic, you might want to order the information you have gathered chronologically. Or use a concept map.
The way you organize information is important. You should place the paragraph that tells about your opinion at or near the end of the report so readers can first learn what the book is about, and then find out what the writer of the book review thinks of it.
Most book reviews follow the order the author of the book uses. This makes it easier for readers to follow the main events or ideas presented in the book.
Review the order of your paragraphs to make sure the way you are organized makes sense.
Learn about sentence tenses.
Learn how to correct run-on sentences and sentence fragments.
Learn about complex sentences.
Learn how to ask questions to find information.
Learn how to use an effective voice.
This is a sentence.
Write a sentence using a similar theme but more complex.
Circle one of the words, and say it aloud. Pick a partner, who should circle the antonym and pronounce it aloud.
Continue with another set of partners.