Checking definitions. Did you get 2 for “exploit”?
- At the family reunion, we sat around ___(ing) about the last reunion.
- The world traveler’s _____(s) made for an exciting book.
- The quarterback ____(ed) every weakness in the defense, and threw for 5 touchdowns.
- “Johnnycake made a kind of a gasp and his eyes were ______(ing) with rage.”
- Ponyboy has a ______ when they first arrive at the church that something bad might happen. (Bonus: What’s the literary version of this?)
- reminisce : predict :: obey : _____
- * Mr. Calandro is trying to encourage a ______ of kindness here at Laguna. (2 acceptable.)
“FROs, 9/25.” CS, F, RO?
- Five times in a row the llama rode the roller coaster.
- The bell rang the llama came out swinging.
- For example, the introduction of llamas into the classroom.
- May groan, spit, or kick.
- A young llama, while a bit awkward, is still a scary opponent.
- What a llama is.
- Up one side and down the other went the llama.
- This restaurant discriminates against llamas let’s boycott it!
- Joey and the llama went hiking and fishing in the country.
- He introduced the llama to his parents because he liked it.
“Sentence Combining, 9/25.” AS A GROUP, come up with the smoothest sounding sentence you can for each group. EVERYBODY must have the sentence combo written down before you move to the next one. Be sure to read the sentence aloud to yourself before you decide it’s OK. When I call on your group, you must all read the sentence out loud together.
1a. The table is littered with garbage. 1b. The garbage belongs to the “other guy.”
HINT: Use an apostrophe!
2a. Dishes are stacked in a clutter. 2b. Cups are stacked in a clutter. 2c. Yogurt cartons are stacked in a clutter. 2d. The clutter is disgusting.
HINT: Commas + and!
3a. Off to one side is a hamburger. 3b. The hamburger is half-eaten. 3c. Flies swarm about there. 3d. The swarming is hungry.
HINT: Swarming, hungrily.