Monday. Any _________ act of disrespect toward a teacher will result in an automatic office referral. Henry VIII chose to ________ his unfortunate wife in the Tower of London, where she waited to be beheaded. .
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Add at least one prepositional phrase to each of the following sentences:1. Ms. Lock laughed.2. Mr. Cornett won.3. Mrs. Hilderbrand danced.4. Mrs. Parham read.5. Mrs. Rogers fainted.6. Mr. Beaver thought.
You may add the prep. phrase to the beginning or the end of the sentence.
prep. phrase= prep. + (optional modifiers) + noun/pronoun
1. After her joke, Ms. Lock laughed with her students.2. During the relay, Mr. Cornett won for the team.3. Mrs. Hilderbrand danced at the movies until nine o’clock.4. Mrs. Parham read by the tree throughout the day.5. After the CRCT, Mrs. Rogers fainted along the sidewalk.6. As of the game’s beginning, Mr. Beaver thought about eating a hot dog.
Turn these simple sentences into complex sentences:1. Mrs. Palmer sings.2. Mr. Pittman won.3. Coach Griffin danced.4. Mrs. Roth read.5. Mrs. Kidney fainted.complex = 1 independent clause AND 1 subordinate clause
Turn these simple sentences into compound sentences:1. Andrew ate.2. Katrina tripped.3. Joseph vomited. compound = 2 independent clauses
What road-trip would you take if you suddenly could and why?
(at least 50 words)
1. The ITBS will be here soon.2. We are glad.3. We will take the writing assessment in January.
Each word must have a label!