Presentation on theme: "Easy Grammar Practice and Rules to Remember. Do Now #1 Write the sentence and choose the correct word. 1.There is a beautiful moon out tonight, and Estelle."— Presentation transcript:
Do Now #1 Write the sentence and choose the correct word. 1.There is a beautiful moon out tonight, and Estelle and I are going for a stroll. Would you like to come along with (she and I OR her and me)? 2.Your friend doesn’t believe that you are older than (I or me). 3.Maybe we are not as cool as (they OR them), but I bet we are a lot happier.
Do Now #1 Explanation and Answers 1.Her and me 2.I 3.They In number 1 the word “me” ends the sentence and is part of the predicate. I number 2 and 3, there is an implied verb that follows the word – I “am” and They “are”. This means that this word is also the subject of the sentence. “Me” and “them” can only be used as a predicate.
Do Now #2 Write the sentence and choose the correct word. 1.Does your child still (lie OR lay) down for a nap after school? 2.When we saw Sara openly flirting with Kayla’s boyfriend, we (could OR couldn’t) hardly believe our eyes! 3.You should (of OR have) brought your markers to class today.
Do Now #2 Answers and Explanations 1.Lie – people “lie” down; only objects “lay” 2.Could – “couldn’t hardly” would be a double negative and mean the opposite of the intended meaning. 3.Have – the word should requires a verb to follow it; “of” is a prepositional phrase. It may sound like could of when you say it, but that is only because you are speaking the contraction form: “could’ve”
Do Now #3 Write the sentence and choose the correct word. 1.I have to spend Sunday with all my (sister-in-laws OR sisters- in-law). 2.What kind (of OR of a) dress are you looking for today? 3.Maria was excited that Estrella invited Kiara and (her OR she) to the party.
Do Now #3: Answers and Explanations 1.sisters-in-law: there are multiple sisters not multiple laws. “in-law” just describes the type of sisters. 2.Of – “a” implies that only one dress exists when in fact many dresses exist. For this reason “a” is not necessary. 3.Her – “her” is in the predicate of the sentence. It could have also said: She and Maria were excited to be invited to Estrella’s party. In this sentence “she” is in the subject.
Do Now #4 Copy the following notes and use them to solve tomorrow’s Do Now. Noun – a person, place, or thing Adjective – modifies/describes a noun Preposition – relates a noun or pronoun to another Conjunction – links two or more words or groups of words Verb – shows action or a state of being Adverb – modifies/describes a verb Article – a, an, the (modifies nouns) Pronoun – can be singular, plural, possessive – takes the place of a noun Interjection – a word or phrase used in exclamation to express emotion
Do Now #5 Label each number from the notes from yesterday. My family observes Hanukkah, an 1. important holiday celebrated by Jewish people. It 2. begins each year on the twenty-fifth day of the Hebrew month of Kislev 3. and lasts eight days. 4. Hanukkah usually falls 5. in December. Answers: 1.Adjective 2.Verb 3.Conjunction 4.Noun 5.Preposition
Do Now #6 Label each number from the notes from Do Now #4. Hanukkah 6. is called the Feast of Lights. One important symbol of the 7. holiday is the menorah. A menorah is a candlestick with 8. nine cups for candles. The ninth cup holds the shamash 9. candle. Each night of Hanukkah 10. my father lights the shamash candle 11. first and uses it 12. to light the other candles. One candle is lit 13. each night 14. until the final night of Hanukkah. Answers: 6. Verb7. Noun8. Adjective 9. Noun10. Pronoun11. Adverb 12. Verb13. Adjective14. Preposition
Do Now #7 Label each number from the notes from Do Now #4. Hanukkah is 15. a time of gift giving and game playing too. The children 16. receive gifts and sing songs. 17. Wow, can you believe we children sometimes get money during Hanukkah? One of my favorite things to do is play the dreidel, which used to play games during the 18. holiday. The dreidel is a 19. top-like toy with a Hebrew letter 20. inscribed on each side. During Hanukkah, we 21. joyously celebrate the history of our people and our religion. Answers: 15. Article16. verb17. interjection 18. Noun19. adjective20. verb 21. adverb
Do Now #7 Copy the following notes: A conjunction is a word that is used to join words, groups of words, sentences, and clauses. For example: Dogs AND wolves howl. For example: I’m happy, FOR today I bought a kitten! Common Conjunctions: For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So (FANBOYS) Other Conjunctions: Neither, but also, while, either, not only
Do Now # 8: Fill in the blanks with the words from the bank. Word bank: neither, nor, either, or, and, not only, but also, while, so, for, yet Some cats are treated like pets, ________ others are treated like family. Show your favorite feline that you love ________ respect him by buying him Crispy Critters kitty food! Crispy Critters will ________ make your cat happier, ________ more energetic and lively. Crispy Critters comes in four tasty flavors, ________ choose his favorite. Select ________ chicken, beef, ________ seafood. Other cat foods claim to satisfy most cats, ________ don’t back their claim with research. You can be sure that when you buy Crispy Critters you will ________ waste money ________ disappoint your feline friends. Crispy Critters is delicious ________ nutritious ________ a hit every time. Buy Crispy Critters today, _________ every day your cat will thank you!
Do Now # 8 ANSWERS Some cats are treated like pets, WHILE others are treated like family. Show your favorite feline that you love AND respect him by buying him Crispy Critters kitty food! Crispy Critters will NOT ONLY make your cat happier, BUT ALSO more energetic and lively. Crispy Critters comes in four tasty flavors, SO choose his favorite. Select EITHER chicken, beef, OR seafood. Other cat foods claim to satisfy most cats, YET don’t back their claim with research. You can be sure that when you buy Crispy Critters you will NEITHER waste money NOR disappoint your feline friends. Crispy Critters is delicious AND nutritious AND a hit every time. Buy Crispy Critters today, FOR every day your cat will thank you!
Do Now #10 : Copy the following notes on contractions and complete the problems that follow. Contractions tie two words together to make a new word. An apostrophe takes the place of the words that have been removed. 1.Can’t = _____________ + ____________ 2.Don’t = _____________ + ____________ 3.Isn’t = _____________ + ____________ 4.Won’t = _____________ + ____________ 5.Shouldn’t = _____________ + ____________ 6.Doesn’t = _____________ + ____________ 7.Aren’t = _____________ + ____________ 8.Could’ve = _____________ + ____________ 9.I’m = _____________ + ____________ 10.Must’ve = _____________ + ____________
Do Now #10 Answers 1.Can’t = CAN + NOT 2.Don’t = DO + NOT 3.Isn’t = IS + NOT 4.Won’t = WILL + NOT 5.Shouldn’t = SHOULD + NOT 6.Doesn’t = DOES + NOT 7.Aren’t = ARE + NOT 8.Could’ve = COULD + HAVE 9.I’m = I + AM 10.Must’ve = MUST + HAVE
DO NOW # 11: combine the words below to make contractions 1. I am 2. He will 3. It is4. they had 5. Could have6. I had7. we are8. we will 9. You are10. that is11. she had12. they have 13. Should have14. must not15. You all Answers 1.I’m2. He’ll3. It’s4. they’d 5. could’ve6. I’d7. we’re8. we’ll 9. you’re10. that’s11. she’d 12. they’ve13. should’ve14. mustn’t15. y’all
Do Now #12 Answers 1.F 2.H 3.A 4.E 5.I 6.J 7.C 8.K 9.B 10.D 11.L 12.G
Do Now #13: Capitalization, copy the notes and answer the following questions. Notes – Capitalize the names of books, movies, plays, songs, poems, television programs, and works of art. Also capitalize the names and titles of people. 1.MOVIE: a bug’s life ________________________ 2.POEM: “the road not taken” _____________________ 3.PLAY: romeo and juliet _____________________ 4.T.V. SHOW: “the simpsons” _____________________ 5.ART WORK: “the starry night” _____________________ 6.SONG: “the star spangled banner”_____________________ 7.BOOK: roll of thunder, hear my cry ____________________ Answers: A Bug’s Life, “The Road Not Taken”, Romeo and Juliet, “The Simpson’s”, “The Starry Night”, “The Star Spangled Banner”, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
DO NOW Read and annotate the first page of the apostrophe packet.