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Wednesday, September 12, 2012 Write in your agenda: Linking Verbs Review Figurative Language Library/STAR Test/AR Homework: Read for AR, Study for Figurative Language Test.
Linking Verbs Add Both Linking and Helping Verbs to flip book. Remember a linking verb joins the noun or pronoun at or near the beginning of the sentence with a word at or near the end. The at the end identifies or describes the noun or pronoun. Complete pg. 39 Linking Verbs together as a class. Turn in packet for a completion grade.
Figurative language is the use of words that go beyond their ordinary meanings. Figurative language requires you to use your imagination to figure out the author's meaning. The water’s reflection was like the sun on glass.
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