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Today’s Bellringer 10/15 Correct the sentence errors. i wood like to live in paris rome or london someday
Today’s Bellringer 10/15 Write this sentence correctly. The drama club are putting on the mousetrap a mystery in april.
Today’s Bellringer- 10/15 Identify a motif from the novel, write 6-8 sentences describing this motif. (Check your literary devices notes if you’re unsure of the definition of motif)
Prepositions Preposition- a joining word, that joins the noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence. It is labeled P. Object of the preposition- the noun or pronoun after the preposition in the sentence. It is labeled OP. Prepositional phrases- the preposition + the object of the preposition. It is identified in the question and answer flow after you say the word CHECK. If there is more than one prepositional phrase in a sentence, read all the prepositional phrases during that time.
Natural or Inverted Order? Natural Order has all subject parts FIRST and all predicate parts AFTER the verb. Inverted Order will have the predicate words in the complete subject. There are three ways this happens.
Examples of Natural Order We went home after lunch. You are going to the concert. We went to my grandfather’s house yesterday.
Examples of Inverted Order Prepositional Phrase – After lunch we/ went home. Helping Verb -Are you/ going to the concert? Adverb – Yesterday we/ went to my grandfather’s house.
Let’s try it out! After summer vacation the football players gathered around the coach in the locker room.
7 th LA Yesterday the dense fog lifted in the late afternoon.
8 th Comp Yesterday the pianist subtly changed to a minor key during the concert.
8 th Comp After a grueling schedule, the soccer team easily won at the state meet.