Conjunction Junction and Interjections:
A conjunction is a word used to connect words
and parts of sentences. Examples: and, but, or, although
An interjection is a word that expresses emotion.
It is not connected grammatically to other words in the sentence.
Examples: Wow! D'oh! Dang!
Copy and label:
a) My friend Jim runs rather awkwardly, but wow,
he is quick.
b) The little bunny bit me rather sharply with his
pointy teeth. (From yesterday.)
Outsiders: Chapter 11 and 12
Spelling Practice Crossword due
tomorrow with 3x spelling practice on the back.