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Meet me ______ when you are ready to leave. trudged downstairs chuckled nervous
downstairs – noun – a lower or main floor or floors
Calvin ______ to himself. nonsense trudged downstairs chuckled
chuckle – verb – (chuckled) laughed in a quiet way
Barking dogs make my aunt _____. chuckled nervous fumbled nonsense
nervous – adjective – not able to relax, tense or fearful
I ________ around in the dark looking for my glasses. nervous fumbled nonsense trudged
fumble – verb – (fumbled) tried to get hold of or handled in a clumsy way
The talk about a monster in the closet was _______. fumbled nonsense trudged downstairs
nonsense – noun – words or actions that are silly or make no sense
The children _____ up the snowy hill to go sledding. nervous fumbled nonsense trudged
trudge – verb – (trudged) walk slowly and with effort
Susan Ging Lent Production Welcome to the 3 rd Grade
Vocabulary Practice Meet me ______ when you are ready to leave. a)trudgedtrudged b)downstairsdownstairs c)chuckledchuckled d)nervousnervous.
TINA’S TRY-OUT DAY VOCABULARY. CHUCKLED chuckled ( chuck – led ) verb Laughed in a quiet way. I chuckled to myself when my secret plan worked.
First Day Jitters Vocabulary Review. downstairs The girl walked downstairs to get the mail.
New Beginnings Character, Setting, Plot. A "new beginning" is when you move to a new house, a new school, a new job, or even a new country. Sometimes.
Gram & Me Vocabulary Practice This bridge is the only __________ between the island and the mainland.. A connection B possession C relief.
My mom hates to __________ but she often gives me good advice. proclaimed A agile B interfere C awkward D.
Unit 1 Week 1 Mrs. Dover’s 3 rd Grade O’Neal Elementary.
Oral Vocabulary Practice A Prairie Dog Home An animal may suffer if it is removed from its natural ______. A. wadewade C. powerfulpowerful B. habitathabitat.
Vocabulary My neighbor once had to call an _____ to take him to the hospital. cardboard slithered ambulance weekdays.
Think of a sentence to go with this picture. Can you use any of these words? then if so while though since when Try to use interesting adjectives, powerful.
Vocabulary Practice Vocabulary Practice Let the Show Begin.
Vocabulary David ______ Jen to use his camera. products allowed design instrument.
Adjective PLAY Adverb or. Adjective or adverb Adjectives modify nouns. She is very quiet. Adverbs modify verbs. She speaks very quietly. NEXT adjective.
The math problem is __________ to me. hamper accessible bewildering moderate.
Helping Hand The relief agency helped people through many kinds of ______.
Ralph uses sign language to speak to his ______ mother. language relatives deaf celebrate.
Vocabulary Practice The explorers went on a _____ for gold. a)majormajor b)questquest c)settingssettings d)reducereduce.
a) moodmood c) amuseamuse b) ridiculousridiculous A funny joke never fails to _____ the audience.
My Name is Yoon Vocabulary Practice We ______ in a large city when we moved to this country. a) practicedpracticed b) wrinkled wrinkled c) settledsettled.
Adjectives Adjectives ending in ‘-ed’ describe a feeling, e.g. bored Adjectives ending in ‘-ing’ describe people or things, e.g. boring.
Vocabulary Practice Hi, My name is Jane a) inspiredinspired The captain's bravery _______ the crew to face the storm without fear. b) recyclerecycle.
Parts of Speech: Nouns A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. Common nouns begin with a lower case letter (city) Proper nouns begin with a capital.
Past and present tense verbs
Adjectives and Adverbs Adjectives - Describe the NOUN Adverbs - Describe the VERB.
Vocabulary Practice We looked for a _____ place when the storm hits. flamestellsafeforest.
Vocabulary Practice A ______ American breakfast consists of bacon and eggs. typical awesome specialists summit.
Vocabulary Practice I felt ______ by the way the bully was treating others. A. nuzzlenuzzle B. raft C. scatteredscattered D. disgusteddisgusted.
Vocabulary The apple pie cooking for dessert smelled _______. a)swungswungb)deliciousdeliciousc)attachedattachedd)gaspedgasped.
Geschke/English IV Grammar Unit Adverbs ADVERBS. Geschke/English IV Grammar Unit Adverbs Adverbs An adverb is a word used to modify a verb, an adjective,
The trumpets ______ as the Olympic ceremonies began. a)mischievousmischievous b)reluctantreluctant c)blaredblared d)elegantelegant.
Vocabulary Practice The fingerprints on the gold watch _______ the butler as the thief. a) ventureventure b) enterprisingenterprising c) persistencepersistence.
Grammar -ing: Adjectives ending in ing are used to describe something that makes someone feel a certain way Interesting, boring, relaxing, comforting,
ENGLISH LANGUAGE CAN and COULD. CAN can and could “can” is used to express: 1.Ability (be able to): I can (am able to) help you with your homework. 2.
Objective: Students will describe how their environmental efforts make a difference in their life. Vocabulary Word: sustainable Going Green 2.
The city has many ____, and some of them are 50 stories tall! glorious skyscrapers strutting collage.
Learning Objective : Today we will combine simple sentences using conjunctions to make compound sentences.
English 9 Mr. Rinka - Lesson #4 Verbs Elements of a Short Story.
Vocabulary The ________ of thunder woke me up. a) dovedove a) dovedove b) rumblingrumbling b) rumblingrumbling c) massivemassive c) massivemassive d)
RELATIVE CLAUSES. DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSE We use defining relative clauses to add essential information to a sentence. The clause goes immediately after.
Vocabulary. 1. Our word is appreciated. 2. Say it with me three times. 3. The word appreciated has a suffix –ed, which is the past tense. 4. Kid friendly.
Vocabulary Practice Our mother's illness ________ us. Bifocals a) membermember b) trusttrust c) concernsconcerns.
Uncle Ed is very old. He likes to remember things he did in the past. With some action words or verbs we add Uncle Ed’s name to change the verb to past.
The school crossing guard will _____ the students safely across the street. a. protect b. wild c. guide.
Joining sentences with Relative Pronouns The boy has hurt his leg. He fell on the stairs just now. The boy who fell on the stairs just now has hurt his.
a) snoopsnoopb) sincerelysincerelyc) impatientimpatientd) furious furious. I would like to thank you _____ for your help.
My hands had _______ after raking leaves all morning with no gloves on. d) mysteriousmysterious c) loosenedloosened b) soressores a) patchworkpatchwork.
© 2 Lifelong Teachers. Nouns Adjectives Verbs Adverbs Nouns Adjectives Verbs Adverbs Prepositions Pronouns Articles Conjunctions.
Adjectives modify (describe) nouns. Adverbs modify (describe) verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. You can recognize adverbs easily because many of them.
State Standards Grade D: Write, developing an awareness of style, using a variety of sentence structures, precise nouns, and action verbs F.
The students were not ready when the teacher _____ handed out a pop quiz.
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