February 10, 2013 Reading for Thinking
1. A 2. C 3. B 4. C
1. C 2. B 3. A 4. B
Sentencing Combining Workbook Page 27-28
1. But two teams gathered at Rough Diamond Park on a Sunday afternoon, and everyone got into trouble. 2. The pitcher, Mary, hit the batter, Tina, with a wild pitch, and Tina threw the ball back. 3. Tina's teammates charged from the dugout, and Mary's teammates surrounded home plate. 4. Tina's team claimed that Mary hit Tina on purpose, but Mary's team stated that she was trying out a new pitch. 5. Finally, Mary demonstrated her new pitch, so everyone can see how she lost control of the ball.
6. Mary pitched an impressive curve ball, but it didn’t go over home plate.
1) 1. The problems between parents and teenagers are that most parents don’t talk to the teenagers. 2. Parents resent teenagers when choirs aren't done. 3.Parents blame teenagers for anything that goes wrong in the home. 4. In which, parents disipline teenagers by yelling at them. 5. Most teenagers complain that parents never listen to them. 6. Teenagers don’t realize that parents are human beings too.
7. But teenagers show no respect to parents. 2) 1. Most teenagers don’t understand that their parents were teenagers before and they know more. 2. Parents don’t understand teens because they don’t listen to what the teenagers have to say. 3. parents accuse teens for everything but never ask them if they did it or not, they have no trust in teens.
b. He didn’t get to his first class until 30 minutes after. C. D. E. F. G. H. He was lost and couldn’t find his class. Many students helped him find his class. Even with their help he still couldn’t find his class. Finally he realized his wallet was lost. So he had to borrow money. Once he got home his wife stated that he had a bad day because the wrong foot was started...