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Warm-Up Sentences ► using it’s lungs to breathe the walking catfish move overland from one body of water to another ► A mosquitos wings beat about 1,000 times a second, the annoying hum comes from it’s beating wings
Journal #31 Do you believe that there is life on other planets? Why or why not?
Warm-Up Sentences ► The Internet and cyberspace are now as clogged with traffic as most city highways at rush hour and users often experiance major delays in getting information and people are often disapointed by the lack of speedy dependable service. ► Ethnocentrism is an additude whereby people believe that their race, culture class or nation is superior to others when this additude becomes extreme, war can result.
Journal #32 If you could appear on any TV show, in any movie or book, which one would you want to be on/in? What character would you be? What would happen?
Friday Warm-up All together/altogether All together (phrase) – in a group or collectively ex) The class was all together for the last pep rally of the year. Altogether (adv) – wholly, entirely, completely, or thoroughly ex) After one week, it was altogether too late to pass in the written assignment. Choose the proper word to make the sentences correct. 1.“Let’s sing this (all together, altogether) now,” pleaded the choral director. 2. The waiting period for college acceptance is (all together, altogether) too long. 3. John held the group (all together, altogether) during the crisis. 4. Sometimes we get (all together, altogether) too moody and offend others. 5. The Student Council was (all together, altogether) too removed from the students’ views.