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  1. Hi-Lights I Chapter Seven Review!!!

  2. Chapter Seven Review

  3. Clichés/Sexist Language - 100 • Replace the sexist term with a more appropriate one. • They’ve Always wanted to be firemen. Did you get it right?

  4. Clichés/Sexist Language - 100 • Firefighters! Back to Game Board

  5. Clichés/Sexist Language - 200 • Blah blah blah . . . One giant leap for mankind . . . The Answer

  6. Clichés/Sexist Language - 200 • Humankind Back to Game Board

  7. Clichés/Sexist Language - 300 • The businessman’s job is giving the business. Think you got it?

  8. Clichés/and Sexist Language300 • Business executive’s, manager’s, etc. Back to Game Board

  9. Clichés/Sexist Language - 400 • Dude, this motor oil is totally man-made. And the answer is . . .

  10. Cliches and Sexist Language - 400 • Machine-made, synthetic Back to the Game Board

  11. Clichés/Sexist Language - 500 • After the cyclone ripped through the sprawling metropolis of Cascade, seamstress rode her bike to Marshall’s for a frozen Snicker’s Bar. So, you think you’re right, eh???

  12. Clichés/Sexist Language - 500 • Seamster, Tailor, Sewer Back to Game Board

  13. Clichés/Sexist Language- 600 • Rephrase without using clichés • After his bath, Cody was as fresh as a daisy. Here’s the answer . . .

  14. Clichés/Sexist Language - 600 • After his bath, Cody was fresh. Back to the Game Board

  15. Clichés/Sexist Language - 700 • Don’t beat around the bush; get right down to the meat and potatoes of these clichés! The answer . . .

  16. Clichés/Sexist Language - 700 • Don’t waste time; get to the point of these clichés! Back to the Game Board

  17. Clichés/Sexist Language - 800 • After the dust settled, my parents grounded me for the rest of my life. Think you’re right?

  18. Clichés/Sexist Language - 800 • After the argument, my parents grounded me for the rest of my life. • My parents grounded me for the rest of my life. Back to the Game Board

  19. OH MAN!!! Daily Double!

  20. Clichés/Sexist Language - 1000 • A general rule of thumb is to avoid like the plague taking your girlfriend to the pizza joint and video arcade for your first date. Click for the answer

  21. Cliches/Sexist Language- 1000 • Generally, avoid taking your girlfriend to the pizza joint and video arcade for your first date. • Avoid taking your girlfriend to the pizza joint and video arcade for your first date. Back to the Game Board

  22. Homophones - 100 • According to school policy, students cannot (where, wear) tank tops that show stomachs. This way to the answer

  23. Homophones - 100 • According to school policy, students cannot wear tank tops that show stomachs. Back to Game Board

  24. Homophones - 200 • (“Who’s, Whose) ears are you talking about, big mouth?” This way to the answer

  25. Homophones - 200 “Whose ears are you talking about, big mouth?” Back to Game Board

  26. Homophones - 300 • “Dude, I totally have (two, too, to) much homework tonight; woe is me! How will I ever find time to play X-Box tonight?” This Way to the Answer

  27. Homophones - 300 • “Dude, I totally have too much homework tonight; woe is me! How will I ever find time to play X-Box tonight?” This way to the answer

  28. Homophones - 400 • George’s insane laughter (effected, affected) the teacher. This way to the answer

  29. Homophones - 400 • George’s insane laughter affected the teacher. To the Game Board

  30. Homophones - 500 • Large (wastes, waists) and much (waists, wastes) are sad symbols of our nation’s wealth. This way to the answer

  31. Homophones - 500 • Large waists and much waste are sad symbols of our nation’s wealth. Back to the Game Board

  32. Homophones - 600 • She (through, threw) the spitball (through, threw) the classroom. And the answer is . . .

  33. Homophones - 600 • She threw the spitball throughthe classroom. Back to Game Board

  34. Homophones - 700 • I will play tetherball with (you’re, your) pancreas.

  35. Homophones - 700 • I will play tetherball with YOUR pancreas. Game board

  36. Homophones - 800 • “You shut up, man – don’t think you can (led, lead) me around!”

  37. Homophones - 800 • “You shut up, man – don’t think you can lead me around!” To the Game Board!!!!

  38. Homophones - 1000 • (Their, They’re, There) neighbor drowned in the creek over (their, they’re, there). (Their, They’re, there) never going to forget it. This way to the answer

  39. Homophones - 1000 • Their neighbor drowned in the creek over there. They’re never going to forget it. This way to the answer

  40. Objectivity - 100 • The clowns, who were really scary looking, made small children cry.

  41. Objectivity - 100 • The clowns made small children cry. Back to the Game Board

  42. Objectivity - 200 • When he blows his nose, he doesn’t use tissues or his sleeve; he uses magazines, which is really disgusting. This way to the answer

  43. Objectivity - 200 • When he blows his nose, he does not use tissues or his sleeve; he uses magazines. • To the Game Board

  44. Objectivity - 300 This makes no sense, but none of the campsites has electricity.

  45. Objectivity - 300 • None of the campsites has electricity. To the Game Board

  46. Objectivity - 400 • Everyone will remember Greenbush as a sprawling metropolis.

  47. Objectivity - 400 • Many Sheboygan County residents will remember Greenbush as a sprawling metropolis. • Scott Fischer will remember Greenbush. Game Board

  48. Objectivity500 • Mr. Munson, that weird guy with all of the dogs, walks down Reed Street every morning.

  49. Subject/Verb Agreement - 500 • Mr. Munson, the guy with all of the dogs, walks down Reed Street every morning.

  50. Objectivity - 600 • Albert Einstein heroically saved five groundhogs from a steamroller.