Tomorrow’s Test: KoS, Vocabulary, Outsiders, Husker Du (mostly apostrophes).
Checking Kos II.
“Warm Up, 10/20, KoS.” Write the answer.
- Will you tell me what a llama looks like a) Declarative b) Interrogative c) Imperative d) Exclamatory
- The llama is a quadruped a) Declarative b) Interrogative c) Imperative d) Exclamatory
- Please Google the word llama for me a) Declarative b) Interrogative c) Imperative d) Exclamatory
- A sentence like you might find in an encyclopedia entry would be called a(n) ____ sentence. a) Declarative b) Interrogative c) Imperative d) Exclamatory
- The subject of an imperative sentence is always the word ____. a) they b) I c) somebody d) it e) NOTA
- Rearrange #1 into a different kind of sentence. Do not add or subtract words.
- Rearrange #2 into a different kind of sentence. Do not add or subtract words.
- ______ (Not dire.)
- The boy ______(ly) rode his bike into the busy street.
- The lawyer’s argument was so _____ the jury acquitted his client.
- The clown _____(tion) filled the parking lot with tiny cars.
- compelling : boring :: rare: _____
- “Now, now, don’t be ______. Speak up!”
- Most stores these days don’t ____ over the price.
- His _____ facade hid a very dangerous person.
- gossipy : discreet :: safe : ______
- The only noun on the list: ______
- (2) Name two attributes of a rectangle.
Finish Outsiders. Preview test questions:
- Pony vs. Darry. This conflict is resolved when…
- Reread the middle paragraph on p179. It’s the one that begins, “Tell Dally.” What is Pony’s purpose in writing this all down?
- When we find out that the book is Ponyboy’s essay. a) exposition b) rising action c) inciting incident d) climax e) resolution