“Sentence Scramble, 10/18.”
- for the warm rotting
- for she hoped for nothing
- tonight she settled
- and expected nothing
- of a dung heap
- where she dreamed of nothing
A declarative (D) sentence makes a statement. It ends with a period.
An interrogative (INT) sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.
An imperative (IMP) sentence tells or asks someone to do something. It usually ends with a period.
An exclamatory (E) sentence shows STRONG feeling. It always ends with an exclamation point.
“Warm Up, 10/18. KoS.” For 1-7 write D, IMP, INT, or E.
- Do you know what Limburger is
- Please tell me what Limburger is (Bonus: Do it.)
- Will you please tell me what Limburger is
- It is soooo unfair that you won’t tell me what Limburger is
- I know what Limburger is
- Oh how easy it is now to make Limburger
- Think about how you might use Limburger in your life
- Rearrange the words to turn #1 into a different kind of sentence. Do not add or subtract words. Write the sentence.
“Vocabulary, 10/18.” Write the word. You will use words more than once.
- (2) In the fable “The Tortoise and the Hare,” the tortoise is ______ and the hare is ______.
- “Nothing in the mail but junk mail and a death certificate.”
- “Election years are the best time to land–they never notice us in all the _____.”
- After he forgot his wife’s birthday, he had to _____ for several days before she forgave him.
- He practiced the skate trick ______(ly) until he got it right.
- My mom didn’t find my reasons for “needing” an X-Box8 very _____, so I was denied.
- He was so hungry that he ate the food, ____ of the mold around the edges.
- The warnings about the storm were ____. It was clear you needed to take cover.
- compelling : boring :: cordial : ____
- *_____ 13.*(un)_____
- Why do the boys bully and taunt Brat/Beetle?
- Why does she put up with it?
Chapter 2: The Cat
Chapter 3: The Midwife
For each chapter: 1,1,1 in your notebook. One summary sentence. One reaction. One Question.