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  1. Test 2 Review INGL 0066

  2. Simple Past • Circle the appropriate past form of the verb “to be”. • The weather (was/were) terrible yesterday. • I (was/were) sick all weekend.

  3. Simple Past • Write the correct past form for the following regular and irregularverbs. • As I watched TV I ___________ (eat) a bowl full of popcorn. • When I heard the news I___________ (try) not to cry.

  4. Dictionary Use Use the dictionary definitions, the sentence context, and the word type to decide the meaning of splosh in each sentence below. Dictionary entries for the word splosh splosh1n (1) tropical plant (2) the slimy liquid inside the plant (3) a disagreeable person splosh2v (1) to give out a slimy liquid (2) to move slowly as a thick liquid splosh3adj (1) sticky (2) thick-brained, stupid Word Type Meaning 1. Helen Smith is a splosh. N 3

  5. Write using the past tense • Use the provided data to write three sentences explaining the information that is presented in the graph. Remember to use the past tense. (10 pts.)

  6. Read and fill in outline • Study the reading on “Food Safety” and the outline that you did in groups. (see the blog)

  7. BONUS • Present Negatives: Answer each question using either “does not” or “do not”. Answer using full sentences. • Do you go to the library everyday? ________________________________________________

  8. Study Plan • 25 minutes—Review simple past tense, irregular, and negative. Study materials from the blog:  pastregirreg, Most Common Irregular Verbs List. Practice writing sentences in the past. • 15 minutes—Review dictionary use. (like the exercise with “splosh”).  Study materials from the blog: word-categories, and your notes. • 20 minutes—Review reading and filling in an outline. Study materials: Food Safety Outline, Food Safety Outline-Answers