Bellringer. Fill out your Learning Plan first. Answer the following questions on your Bellringer sheet: 1. What are you most excited about for this term? 2. What are you nervous about? 3. What is a SYNONYM? 4. What is an ANTONYM?. What I expect:. You to work HARD
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1. What are you most excited about for this term?
2. What are you nervous about?
3. What is a SYNONYM?
4. What is an ANTONYM?
I am a big fan of yours!
Thanks, mom. Your coherent argument for why I have a curfew makes so much sense! You gave me some valid reasons. You’re the best!
HOW MANY PARTS OF SPEECH? 8! 8! 8!
Put your arms out like you are an airplane, flying through the sky. There is a HUGE storm cloud ahead of you. Now, you can do a few things. You can go
ABOVE the cloud
BELOW the cloud
THROUGH the cloud
AROUND the cloud
OVER the cloud
TOWARD the cloud
(dinner is the object of the preposition)
(after dinner is the prepositional phrase)
Without you (without is the preposition)
(you is the object of the preposition)
(without you is the prepositional phrase)