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“Husker Du, 5/3.” (12)
- The only kind of word that takes an article in front of it.
- An article is a type of ____.
- The possessive kind don’t need apostrophes.
- In the sentence, He ran there, the word there is a(n) ______.
- (2) Can be “intensified” by an adverb.
- The main one in a sentence is also known as the predicate.
- The words am, is, are, was, were are all _____(s).
- In the sentence, He ran with scissors, the word with is a(n) _______.
- In many languages other than English, this comes AFTER the noun instead of before, as in English
- (3) Use the word running in three different sentences: once as a verb, once as an adjective, and once as a noun.
- obvious : hidden :: idol : _____
- Third period’s ______ behavior for the sub earned them a rating of 3. (not miscreant)
- The prefix of this word means all or everything. _____
- Rome was at the _____ of its power around 235 AD. It was all downhill from there.
- In Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain is a 3rd person, ______ narrator.
- Sometimes you don’t have to speak to be _____; even a look can say a lot.
- After his victory, he paraded around _____(ly) wearing his gold medal.
- She signed her autograph with a fancy _____.
“Tom Sawyer Quiz, 5/3.” Open book, closed neighbor.
- Which of the boys is more scared in the graveyard?
- Why does Injun Joe kill Doc Robinson?
- Injun Joe knows the boys witnessed the murder, and is out to get them. a) True b) False
- “Oh, Joe, you’re an angel. I’ll bless you for this the longest day I live.” Who’s talking?
- Why is he so grateful?
- (p71) “…maybe that whack done for him!” Translate.
- Who is Bull Harbison?
- According to the boys’ oath, what will happen if they tell on Injun Joe?
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