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Bellringers 136-140. Bellringers for all classes. Bellringer # 136. 1. Mary Hays who had the nickname Molly was a proud brave patriotic woman, who helped in the American Revolution. 2. She carried pitchers of water to fighting men and when her husband collapsed she took over firing his cannon.

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bellringers 136 140

Bellringers 136-140

Bellringers for all classes

bellringer 136
Bellringer # 136
  • 1. Mary Hays who had the nickname Molly was a proud brave patriotic woman, who helped in the American Revolution.
  • 2. She carried pitchers of water to fighting men and when her husband collapsed she took over firing his cannon.
  • 3. We know her today as Molly Pitcher which is the name the grateful soldiers gave her.
  • Corrections: 1) take out the comma after woman and add them after Hays, Molly, proud, and brave 2) add comma after men 3) add comma after Pitcher
bellringer 137
Bellringer # 137
  • 1. While we were Cooperstown, oh, hadn’t I told you we were there? We had fun
  • 2. We went to the National Baseball Hall of Fame next year we’re going back there and had a great time.
  • Corrections: 1) While we were in Cooperstown-oh, hadn’t I told you we were there?-we had fun. 2) Fame-next year we’re going back there-and had a great time.
bellringer 138
Bellringer # 138
  • 1. Parentheses those marks that look like sideways smiles can be useful.
  • 2. I sometimes find it difficult (Am I the only one)? To know just when to use them.
  • Corrections: 1) Parthentheses (those…smiles) 2) (am I the only one?)
bellringer 139
Bellringer # 139
  • 1. One uses brackets to show what you have added to someone’s exact words.
  • 2. I find it handy to use brackets when you want to add a name or other information to provide clarity.
  • Corrections: 1) change you to one 2) change you to I
bellringer 140
Bellringer # 140
  • 1. If you wrote “People who live in glass houses….throw stones,” the point of the proverb would be lost.
  • 2. One can shorten Ben Franklin’s remark to “A penny saved is – earned,” and it would still mean what he intended.
  • Corrections: 1) houses… 2) is …