“Gramma, 4/10.” noun, verb, pronoun, adjective, adverb, conjunction, interjection
- The main one in a sentence is also known as the predicate.
- Answers the questions how, where, or when.
- Answers the questions which one, what kind, how many.
- A connecting word that joins words, phrases, or clauses.
- A substitute for a noun.
- A word of surprise or strong emotion.
- Often ends in -ly.
- Has a past, present, and future.
- Intensifies adjectives and adverbs.
- Only described by adjectives.
- 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.
- (2) Depending on whom you talked to, the speech was either _____ or sounded like _____.
“Tom Sawyer Quiz, 4/10.” Write the answer. NOT collaborative.
- (left) What is wrong with this illustration from the original edition?
- (right) Which scene does the right hand pic show? (That’s Jim with the bucket.)
- According to the author, what is the difference between work and play?
- Who is the “great and wise philosopher” mentioned on p15? (I need a NAME.)
- “bully” = “gay” a) True b) False
(Bonus) Which character in The Outsiders would agree with the philosophy of “spare the rod, spoil the child”?
Tom Sawyer: Busy at Love and War.