Check in in chat – Answer Privately! Use your Plot Mountain diagram. Answer like this: _____, ______.
1. This is usually the longest part of the story, where most of the action occurs. ______.
2. The _______ sets the story in motion.
Mistake/Surprise Essay due Thursday for Periods 1,2,3 and Friday for Periods 5,6.
Test-05 is Thursday for Periods 1,2,3 and Friday for Periods 5,6.
AFTERNOON SGI: People with zeros or grade issues and anyone who’s having trouble with the Mistake/Surprise essay.
COPY THE PART IN RED INTO YOUR NOTEBOOK.
- A CLAUSE is a group of words that contain a subject and a verb.
- An INDEPENDENT CLAUSE can stand alone as sentence. (IND)
- A DEPENDENT CLAUSE cannot stand alone as a sentence. (DEP)
Title in Notebook: “Clauses, 10/27 (10/28).”
Instructions: For each boldfaced, underlined group of words say whether it is an Independent Clause (IND), a Dependent Clause (DEP), or NOT A CLAUSE (NOT) at all.
- Since I ate a doughnut, I felt blissful.
- The llama climbed slowly up the very steep hill.
- Jimmy ate a doughnut; he got sick.
- There are some things in life that we’ll never know.
- You must say, “Sir,” when you say, “Mr. Coward.”
- I ate a second doughnut, and I still felt good.
- The llama won the race although the tortoise was a faster runner.
- Joe ran to the store with his llama.
- When the llama started his company, he had nothing.
- The llama is a quadruped with fins for swimming.
- BONUS FOR +1: When you use a DEPENDENT CLAUSE as a sentence, the mistake is called a _______.
- “Don’t blame me! I don’t make the laws, I just _____them!”
- “What’s a _____, Joey?” “I knew you were going to say that!”
- It was Ug’s discovery, but it would be____(ed) by others.
- I was _____ and bored when Mom made me go to my sister’s ballet recital.
- Dally’s [_____] ______(s) have landed him in jail more than once. [ ] = one of last week’s vocab words = extra credit.
- The school newspaper has been __ for a long while, but they hope to revive it next year.
- Grandpa Simpson likes to ____ about his days as a young man when things were “better.”
- The greasers and the Socs have agreed to a sort of _____-fire before the rumble. They have agreed not to fight until the big one.
- The large farm owners are often accused of ____(ing) the workers who pick the crops.
- obey : ignore :: predict : ______