Grammar Warm-up July 26, 2013 • Write as many words as you can to describe the pictures.
July 29 • Copy the sentences and fill in the blank with the correct articles (a, an, the) or demonstrative (this, that, those, these) adjectives. • _____ pencil needs ____ eraser. • _____ students over there each need _____ desk. • ______ is my pen and ______ are my markers. • I have _____ apple and _____ banana and you have _____ donut for breakfast.
July 30 • Fill in at least 2 adjectives before the nouns in the sentences. • ___________________ girl went to see ______________ movie with her ______________ friends. • _________________ dogs are walking down ______________ street.
July 31 • Add adjectives and noun(who) to complete the sentence. Underline the adjectives in one color and the noun in another color. • Example: The five enthusiastic high schoolstudents walk to school. • ________________ eat lunch at 11:40. • ________________ smell wonderful in the morning. • _______________ are important for everyone.
August 2-What do you see? Combine as many adjectives as you can with the nouns seen in the picture.
August 5 • Correct the following mistakes in the sentence. There are 7 mistakes total. • 1. This is photo of henrimatisse. • 2. Henri Matisse was artist. • 3. Matisse’s paintings are in museum all over the world. • 4. We see four bird in photo.
August 6- Complete the conversation. Use subject or object pronouns. ONLY WRITE THE PRONOUN! • Paul and Erna borrowed our camera. They’re having trouble with __(1)___. Please show __(2)__ how it works. • A:I was absent yesterday. Please tell __(3)__ what happened in class. B: __(4)__ learned some idioms. I’ll give __(5)__ my notes. • __(6)__ forgot my dictionary. Please lend __(7)__ your dictionary.
August 7- Write sentences using the words in parentheses. • (me/ show/ your/ homework/ please) • (me/ taught/ he/ a/ song) • (dictionary/ my/ gave/ I/ her) • (showed/ my/ friend/ your/ work/ him/ and I)
August 9- Write sentences using the words in parentheses. • (to/ me/ don’t/ e-mail/ it) • (it/ send/ by regular mail/ to me) • (I/ letter/ him/ a/ wrote) • (gave/ the/ to them/ he/ book)
August 12- Complete the conversations. Use one or ones. • I need a birthday card for her. I have an extra ________. • I have two new belts. This _______ is for you. • How many TVs do they have? They have two old ______, and a new _____. • Where do the glasses go? The blue ______go on the top shelf and the green ______ go here.
August 14- Copy the sentence, add the end punctuation and write the sentence type. • 1. What did you do last night • 2. Sit up, please • 3. I want off • 4. I lost my wallet • 5. Dad asked us to take out the trash
August 16- Write a simple present tense declarative, interrogative, exclamatory and imperative sentence. (4 total) • 1. declarative • 2. interrogative • 3. exclamatory • 4. imperative
August 19 • Copy the sentences adding capitalization and punctuation. Then label each word with the its POS. Circle the complete subject (WHO) and underline the verb (WHAT). • most mornings, teenagers are sleepy and not lucid since they need at least eight hours of sleep • is the new action movie adventurous and exciting or monotonous
August 20 Circle each noun in the sentence. Highlight or identify the subject (who) of the sentence. • Some opinions will be discussed by reporters at their meeting. • We ladies thought the investigation was horrible. • Many expensive radios were purchased last October and November.
August 21 Add the correct form of to be (am/is/are) to complete the sentence. • ________ there many students coming to the dance tonight? • Everyone ________ nervous about the upcoming grammar exam. • Most of my friends and I _________ diligent about our school work, but my brother ______ more of a procastinator.
August 23 Add the correct form of to be, present or past tense to complete the sentence. • Some of the fruits __________ old and needed to be thrown away. • Although I ________ frustrated yesterday about the losing the game, today I _______ feeling more confident about playing better. • ________ you able to order the concert tickets last night or ________ you ordering them today?