• The Fuckin Trout
    English 10 Unit 1 Lesson 4 Worksheet The Trout by Sean OFaolain PART A - Reader’s Journal (5 marks) What stories did you believe in when you were a child – perhaps stories about the Tooth Fairy or Santa Claus? What did the adult members of your family say to you when you asked to know the truth...
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  • Lesson Plan
    expected to: 1. identify the characteristics of a sentence. 2. recognize the difference among sentence, sentence fragment, and run-on sentences. 3. complete sentence fragments into sentences. II. SUBJECT MATTER Sentence, Sentence Fragments and Run-ons. Reference: Basic Grammar...
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  • American Literature
    Name-call-consider-appoint-make-find-prove-paint. 5- S.A: Is-become-come-fallen-feel-get-keep-look-seem-ran-turned-had-died-emerged-returned. Sentences -Dina studies English sentence + clause -Dina is the girl who studies English sentence sentences: 1- Simple all functions are realized by phrases...
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  • Essay
    The relationship between my mother, sister and me had been cold and inimical for as long as I could remember. To me, my mother was irrational, hurling hurtful invectives for the slightest infraction. “Don’t matter,” my mother grumbled when I asked her where she moved my watercolor paints. “It ain’t...
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  • English Test
    | | | | |5 |_______________ | B. Complete the sentences with these words. dinner / lunch / rides / shower / swim 1 We usually have some very exciting _______________...
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  • Kinds of Sentence
    Kinds of Sentences Declarative sentence- tells something. It ends with a period. Examples: 1. Avilon Zoo is located in Rizal Province. 2. We have learned all about homonyms. 3. My mother is thirty years old. 4. The day seems rainy. 5. My doctor told me to take these vitamins. ...
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  • lesson plan in English of grade 7
    __ 3: Istill have time to grab a bite at the canteen. Could you come with me? 4:_________________________________________________________________ 5: I won’t be along. I’ll be in the room before the bells rings. 6:_________________________________________________________________ B...
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  • poetry
    ================================================== Part One: A. Match the following poetic terms and figure of speech with the sentences that follow: 1. 2. Apostrophe 3. Assonance 4. Consonance 5. Epithet 6. Hyperbole 7. Irony 8. Metonymy 9. Onomatopoeia 10. Simile 11. Synecdoche 1) Personification...
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  • Bachelor of Arts
    3 1. I warned him ------------- the danger. 2. She acted --------- my advice. 3. He is sure --------- succeed. 4. Arun is popular ---------- students. 5. We were provided -------- all the facilities. 6. Produce it ----------- the counter there. II. Fill...
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  • Tkam Vocab. Chaps. 23-30
    English Dr. Beagle 5/18/12 To Kill a Mockingbird Chap. 23-31 Vocab. 1. Credibility- the quality of being trusted and believed in Book Sentence: “I had destroyed his last shred of credibility at that trial,” (292). Original Sentence: After beginning a lying spree to his...
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  • Escape from Afghanistan and Kite Runner
    money Synonym: envy, begrudge Sentence: The winning trophy was very much coveted by the soccer players. 2. Word: bazaar Meaning: market place; sale to benefit a charity Example: china town; in the carnivals Synonym: marketplace, affair, emporium Sentence: My neighbor and I like to go to bazaars...
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  • Yeah
    Error #1 1. My mother and I, of course, live different lives and have experienced different things. 2. Mistake=word choice (wc) 3. My mother and I, of course, live diverse lives and have experienced different things. 4. I used the same descriptive word in the same sentence and by doing...
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  • 6 حقهةشقغ ثىلمهسا
    match: ( 8 marks ) Pupils are asked to match four parts of sentences based on the material in the Set Books. Four items in column A and five items in column B. ( 2 marks for each ) 3- Read the following, then answer...
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  • nnbm
    initial consonant sound, write D. 1. 2. 3. DIRECTIONS: Listen to sentences the teacher will be reading. Write a check( ) mark on your paper if you hear a Rising Intonation and a cross (X) mark if you hear a falling Intonation. 4. 5. 6. 7. DIRECTIONS: Listen carefully and follow the directions...
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  • Love Story
    do not have a clear term to modify in a sentence. Often, they can be found at the beginning of sentences, though they can also appear at a sentence’s end. They frequently include an –ing word (gerund) and to + verb (infinitive) phrase near the start of a sentence. Misplaced Modifiers are words or phrases...
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  • Sentence Theory
    REVISION - Sentence Structure The basic elements of a sentence include subject, verb, object, adverbial and complement. 1) The subject of a sentence is the part in front of the verb. It can be a noun or a noun phrase. Example. John finished his homework. (Noun as subject) Betty and her...
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  • seminars
    structure. The dichotomy of language and speech. Different approaches to the language study. 4. Characteristics of the language levels and their units. 5. Systemic relations in language. 6. Practical assignments. Practical assignment 1 1. Choose the type of system relations the following units represent:...
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  • Cutting Edge
    Beginner A ) ( Starter ) Student Name : ………………………………………………………………………………………….. Q1- Put a preposition from the box into the correct place in the sentence . on from on with of at in on from on with of at...
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  • Sample of Summative Exam
    your day with good deeds and you will ________ happy. (feet.fit) 4. Her ________ did not ________ into the new pair of shoes. (heat, hit) 5. In the ________ of the sun, the baseball players could not ________ the ball right. (seat, sit) 6. ________ properly in your ________. (leave...
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  • English notes
    dispute between the rich man and the beggar because of a horse. Both of them were claiming the ownership of horse plus accusing each other of robbery. Q.5 What did the rich man tell the Caliph? Ans. The rich man told the Caliph that he was riding towards the city. On this way he saw a beggar, who asked...
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