• American Literature
    : finite clause/ I.O ---- a piece of advice: N.p/ D.O 4- My mother bought whoever visited us a chocolate. my mother: N.p/ S. ----- bought V.p/ predicator ---- whoever visited us: finite clause/ B.O ---- a chocolate: N.p/ D.O 5- Although Suzan studies hard, she didn't make it. although Suzan studies...
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  • Lesson Plan
    . People talked. 6. This is a wonderful movie. 7. The character with the blonde hair. 8. My very energetic mother. 9. I asked my mother to bake chocolate chip cookies. 10. Whenever my sister sings. | 1. fragment 2. fragment 3. sentence 4. fragment 5. sentence 6. sentence 7...
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  • The Fuckin Trout
    . Do I have at least three points supporting the topic sentence? 5. Do I have at least one example for each point? 6. Does it have a concluding sentence that is a clincher sentence at the end? 7. Are the sentences arranged in order that makes sense to the reader? 8. Is my paragraph free of spelling...
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  • English Test
    5 _______________ (not cook) today! D. Read the sentences. Circle the correct verb forms. 1 Look! My brother is riding / rides his bike in the garden. 2 They are usually drinking / usually drink milk. 3 What is your mother doing / does your mother do? She’s a...
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  • lesson plan in English of grade 7
    : Choose the verb that best complete each sentence. Then change the form of your chosen verb to the simple past tense a. I (make, wish, feel) ___________for a baby sister to be my playmates. b. Last night, I (cry, show, pray) _________ for my mother to get better. c. I (want, start, give) _______ to...
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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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  • Yeah
    compare when it comes to my mother and me at eighteen, our family lives growing up, and our spiritual beliefs. 4. I had an overly complicated fused sentence. I revised it by simplifying it by taking a more direct approach. Before, it was much too wordy. Error #5 1. She shared a room with her...
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  • Essay
    ●●●ReadTheory.Org © 2010 EnglishForEveryone.Org © 2008 Name________________ Date________________ “Dreams” Reading Comprehension – Short Stories Directions: Read the story. Then answer the questions below. The relationship between my mother, sister and me had been cold and inimical for...
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  • Sentence Theory
    / the dishes / does / her mother / usually wash / Patricia / ? Does Patricia usually wash the dishes for her mother? ____________________________________________________________________ 5. will leave / after tomorrow / my cousin / Vietnam / the day / . My cousin will leave Vietnam...
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  • Test
    ___________________ = ___________________ 5. manage ___________________ = ___________________ Test II. HOMONYMS Read each sentences, then write the correct word on each blank to complete the sentences. Use the word in the parentheses as your clue. (10 pts) 1. My classmate did not (here) _________________the...
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  • Love Story
    misplaced modifier (MM). Then rewrite the sentence to correct it. Check the answers by using the key below. Because rewritten sentences will vary, have a writing counselor check your new sentences for you. Examples: a. At the age of six, my mother sang hymns to me. Correction: When I was six, my mother...
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  • Book Report for a Child Called It
    . It further continued on as the main character gets older. COMPREHENSION (10 pts. each, 3-5 sentences approx.) 5. Explain what the main conflict or problem was in the story. There’s a little boy named David that gets beaten daily. His father is a fireman so he’s always gone. David’s mother...
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  • Sample of Summative Exam
    secret | 2. poet | asks | everyone | Lost happiness | 3. poems | Encourage | Readers | imagery | 4. our friend | Found | Us | Some seats | 5. mother | Baked | Me | cake | 6.she | gave | Her friend | A beautiful necklace | 7.postman | Delivered | My sister | A package | 8...
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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...
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  • nnbm
    correct heading to this paragraph? A. Family Day B. Responsible Parents C. Children 20. Why do you think the family goes to farm? A. To play B. To work C. To buy toys V. DIRECTIONS: Read the sentences and choose the correct letter of the verb to complete them. 21. Mother ____ my baon every...
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  • Mr.Shehzam
    ……………. Of hundreds of teenage girls. (heartburn, heart throb, heart beat) 3. I had a …………….. letter from a friend whose wife had died recently. (heartfelt, heartless, heart breaking) 4. one day my father showed me a half eaten ………………. Biscuit. (rotten, mouldy, bad) 5. we don’t need your help, but it...
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  • Tkam Vocab. Chaps. 23-30
    Sentence: The man stolidly looked at the child when the child asked him if he could help him find his mother. 13. Apprehensive- anxious or fearful that something bad or unpleasant will happen Book Sentence: “they stopped at an oak tree delighted, puzzled, apprehensive” (374). original Sentence: My mother grew more and more apprehensive, as she awaited my arrival because she had no idea where I was at....
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  • poetry
    young man?” “My hawks and my hounds; mother, mak my bed soon, For I’m wearied wi huntin, and fain wad lie down.”     5 “And what becam of them, Lord Randall, my son? And what became of them, my handsome young man?” “They stretched their legs out an died; mother, mak my bed soon, For I’m...
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  • 6 حقهةشقغ ثىلمهسا
    : ( 10 marks ) Five multiple-choice items based on the Set Books are given. The pupils are asked to choose the correct answer from the three options given. ( 2 marks for each ) 5- Rearrange the following words to make meaningful sentences...
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  • Warooo
    so, it is better to start the second sentence in a new paragraph. III. The sentences containing punctuation mistakes. 1) She said yes. 2) I came home it was 2’o’clock. 30 Again my mother asked to get ready to go to the beach and the children’s park, so I got ready. 4) I was tired, it was eight...
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