Short Week! No school Friday! That means vocab extra credit and test on THURSDAY!
Copy homework into planner. Note the change in the nightly reading!
amend (verb) to change; to add to
equity (noun) equality; equal status
constitute (verb) to form; to create
resolve (verb) to solve a problem
legislate (verb) to create or control by making laws or rules
Three used twice.
“Gramma, 4/15.” (10)
noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, interjection, conjunction
- The only kind of word that takes an article in front of it.
- Can be turned into an adverb by adding -ly.
- The possessive kind don’t need apostrophes.
- In the sentence, He ran there, the word there is a(n) ______.
- The main one in a sentence is also known as the predicate.
- The words am, is, are, was, were are all _____(s).
- In most languages other than English, this comes AFTER the noun instead of before, as in English
- (3) Use the word running in three different sentences: a) as a verb, b) as an adjective, and c) as a noun.
Debrief Test #28… You need to visit your gramma more often!
Tom Sawyer. Let’s see what happens to that tick! (Chapter 7.)