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1 8 th Grade Warm Up Sentences

2 Week 1Day 1 1. Most peoples think of the blues as music, some people think of the blues as poems about the singer’s lifes. 2. Blues singers choosed music to express sorrow or worry instead of writeing about them troubleing feelings.

3 Week 1 Day 1 Corrected 1. Most people think of the blues as music; some people think of the blues as poems about the singers’ lives. 2. Blues singers chose music to express sorrow or worry instead of writing about those troubling feelings.

4 Week 1Day 2 3. Although its roots probably lay in africa the blues as a musical form is credited to african americans. 4. Mournful work songs weary field hollers and sorrowful spirituals in the in the nineteenth-century south gived rise to the blues.

5 Week 1Day 2 corrected 3. Although its roots probably lie in Africa, the blues as a musical form is credited to African Americans. 4. Mournful work songs, weary field hollers, and sorrowful spirituals in the nineteenth- century South gave rise to the blues.

6 Week 1 Day 3 5. The first published blues song Memphis Blues, written by W C. handy in 1909, based on events in Memphis Tennessee. 6. Handy later writ a number of books includeing father of the Blues, and published collections of songs.

7 Week 1Day 3 Corrected 5. The first published blues song “Memphis Blues,” written by W. C. Handy in 1909, was based on events in Memphis, Tennessee. 6. Handy later wrote a number of books, including Father of the Blues, and published collections of songs.

8 Week 1 Day 4 7. Like lyric poetry a blues song releases emoteion that leaves both a singer and a audience feel gooder. 8. The song be about abandoned wifes or about childs who turn out worser than expected.

9 Week 1Day 4 Corrected 7. Like lyric poetry, a blues song releases emotion that lets both a singer and an audience feel better. 8. The song could be about abandoned wives or about children who turn out worse than expected.

10 Week 1Day 5 9. “When a woman gets the blues she hangs her head and cries says one old blues song. But when a man gets the blues he grabs a train and flies.” 10. When I feeling blue however, I play Stormy Night Blues my favorite song on the album Legends of the blues.

11 Week 1 Day 5 Corrected 9. “When a woman gets the blues, she hangs her head and cries,” says one old blues song. “But when a man gets the blues, he grabs a train and flies.” 10. When I am feeling blue, however, I play “Stormy Night Blues,” my favorite song on the album Legends of the Blues.

12 1. According to sioux legend spears, tomahawks and war paint was given to human warriors by the Thunderbirds. 2. Legend says that Thunderbird gave chief Rotten Belly his medicine shield a decorated buffalo hide on a frame that would guide his people and he in war. Week 2 Day 1

13 1. According to Sioux legend, spears, tomahawks, and war paint were given to human warriors by the Thunderbirds. 2. Legend says that Thunderbird gave Chief Rotten Belly his medicine shield, a decorated buffalo hide on a frame that would guide his people and him in war. Week 2Day 1Correct

14 3. Kuan-ti the third-century chinese general was the hero of a novel called The Romance of the Three Kingdoms. 4. Accompanied on his adventures by his livly Son and a officer whom cared for the horses, Kuan-ti is renowned for bravy, honesty and faithfulness. Week 2 Day 2

15 3. Kuan-ti, the third-century Chinese general, was the hero of a novel called The Romance of the Three Kingdoms. 4. Accompanied on his adventures by his lively son and an officer who cared for the horses, Kuan-ti is renowned for bravery, honesty, and faithfulness. Week 2Day 2 Correct

16 5. Maggie asked “wasn’t it Aeneas who was prepared to duel with Achilles during the trojan war? 6. “Yes” answered milo, “and him and his companions later fought in the area that would become rome italy.” Week 2Day 3

17 5. Maggie asked, “Wasn’t it Aeneas who was prepared to duel with Achilles during the Trojan War?” 6. “Yes” answered Milo, “and he and his companions later fought in the area that would become Rome, Italy.” Week 2Day 3 Correct

18 7. The amazons a nation of women warriors fought against the greeks in the Trojan War under queen Penthesilea, who Achilles killed. 8. One of Hercules twelve labors were to bring back the armor of Hippolyta another Amazon queen. Week 2Day 4

19 7. The Amazons, a nation of women warriors, fought against the Greeks in the Trojan War under Queen Penthesilea, whom Achilles killed. 8. One of Hercules twelve labors was to bring back the armor of Hippolyta, another Amazon queen. Week 2Day 4 Correct

20 9. Us students have learned about the achievements of many warriors from Ms. Edith Hamiltons book Mythology. 10. In my reading for example, i learned that if a norse warrior dies good and bravly, the gods will lead he or her to a seat in Valhalla. Week 2Day 5

21 9. We students have learned about the achievements of many warriors from Ms. Edith Hamilton's book Mythology. 10. In my reading, for example, I learned that if a Norse warrior dies well and bravely, the gods will lead him or her to a seat in Valhalla. Week 2Day 5 Correct

22 Week 3Day 1 1. Edna St. Vincent Millay grew up in maine, where she and her sisters put on plays wrote they’re own folk tales and practiced music. 2. Millay’s mother, who Edna later compared to rock from new england, divides her time among caring for her family and working as a nurse.

23 Week 3Day 1 Correct 1. Edna St. Vincent Millay grew up in Maine, where she and her sisters put on plays, wrote their own folk tales, and practiced music. 2. Millay’s mother, whom Edna later compared to rock from New England, divided her time between caring for her family and working as a nurse.

24 Week 3Day 2 3. “While still a teenager, said Lou, Millay published several poems in St. Nicholas a magazine for childrens.” 4. Sam asked “she winned a prize for a poem called Renascence when she was nineteen, didn’t she.”

25 Week 3Day 2Correct 3.“While still a teenager,” said Lou, “Millay published several poems in ‘St. Nicholas’, a magazine for children.” 4. Sam asked, “She won a prize for a poem called ‘Renascence’ when she was nineteen, didn’t she?”

26 Week 3Day 3 5. During the 1920s, i believe, Millay was part of an artistic crowd in greenwich village, New York, known for it’s unconventional lifestyle. 6. there she was called “the nymph of greenwich village” and “the female Byron,”comparison to Byron, an english poet, was quite an honor.

27 Week 3Day 3 Correct 5. During the 1920s, I believe, Millay was part of an artistic crowd in Greenwich Village, New York, known for its unconventional lifestyle. 6. There she was called “the nymph of Greenwich Village” and “the female Byron.” Comparison to Byron, an English poet, was quite an honor.

28 Week 3Day 4 7. Millay wrote several collections of poetry, first A Few Figs from Thistles, second Second April, and third The Harp- Weaver and Other Poems. 8. I wonder if it was them poems, her most greatest ones, so full of love and life, that drived speculateion about her personal life?

29 Week 3Day 4 Correct 7. Millay wrote several collections of poetry: first, A Few Figs from Thistles; second, Second April; and third, The Harp-Weaver and Other Poems. 8. I wonder if it was those poems, her greatest ones, so full of love and life, that drove speculation about her personal life.

30 Week 3Day 5 9. Besides poetry, Millay writ several verse plays and an opera script, she also completes a translateion of the work of french poet c. p. Baudelaire. 10. Associateion with a group called the Provincetown players gave her friends and she another outlet for they’re energies.

31 Week 3Day 5Correct 9. Besides poetry, Millay wrote several verse plays and an opera script; she also completes a translation of the work of French poet C. P. Baudelaire. 10. Association with a group called the Provincetown players gave her friends and her another outlet for their energies.

32 1. My english teacher Mr Kerrigan calls mark Twain the greater american humorist of all time. 2. At 900 p.m. i going to watch a musical version of Twain’s story about a man from connecticut who goes back in time to king Arthurs court. Week 4Day 1

33 1. My English teacher, Mr. Kerrigan, calls Mark Twain the greatest American humorist of all time. 2. At 9:00 P.M. I am going to watch a musical version of Twain’s story about a man from Connecticut who goes back in time to King Arthur’s Court. Week 4Day 1 Correct

34 Week 4Day 2 3. They’re immpressive style, including the use of exaggeration and surprise, mark the work of writers like Don Marquis and James Thurber. 4. In one poem don Marquis observes that prehaps mens don’t like germs but germs think of mens as a cozy swamp.

35 Week 4Day 2Correct 3. Their impressive style, including the use of exaggeration and surprise, marks the work of writers like Don Marquis and James Thurber. 4. In one poem Don Marquis observes that perhaps men don’t like germs, but germs think of men as a cozy swamp.

36 Week 4 Day 3 5. James Thurber says that he’s had fifty four dogs in his life but the worse one used to bite he, his brothers, and many other people. 6. Nevertheless his Mother always defended muggs and sends candy to the dogs victims every christmas.

37 Week 4 Day 3 Correct 5. James Thurber says that he’s had fifty-four dogs in his life, but the worst one used to bite him, his brothers, and many other people. 6. Nevertheless, his mother always defended Muggs and sent candy to the dog’s victims every Christmas.

38 Week 4 Day 4 7. Dorothy Parker was a tough, witty observer of society, therefore, she wasn’t never known for her gentle humor. 8. when she saw a famous actress perform Dorothy remarcked that the actress, “runs the gamut from A to B.”

39 Week 4 Day 4Correct 7. Dorothy Parker was a tough, witty observer of society; therefore, she wasn’t known for her gentle humor. 8. When she saw a famous actress perform, Dorothy remarked that the actress, “runs the gamut from A to B.”

40 Week 4Day 5 9. “Rick have you read this essay by Erma Bombeck, asked Laura? “She says there’s ways to stop kids from eating junk food. 10. Bombeck writes “One way is to ban carrots and fruit, another way is to boast that junk food builds soft bones and tooths.”

41 Week 4Day 5Correct 9. “Rick, have you read this essay by Erma Bombeck?” asked Laura. “She says there are ways to stop kids from eating junk food.” 10. Bombeck writes, “One way is to ban carrots and fruit; another way is to boast that junk food builds soft bones and teeth.”

42 1. In the first part of her autobiography Susie King Taylor discribes her childhood as a slave and she tells about going too school in a house on bay lane. 2. In her teens she served as the laundress with the Union Army, she also cleaned guns nursed the wounded and teached the soliders to read and write. Week 5 Day 1

43 1. In the first part of her autobiography, Susie King Taylor describes her childhood as a slave, and she tells about going to school in a house on Bay Lane. 2. In her teens she served as the laundress with the Union Army; she also cleaned guns, nursed the wounded, and taught the soldiers to read and write. Week 5 Day 1

44 3. Lee asked “have you read Kaffir Boy the autobiography of Mark Mathabane, who grew up in south Africa”? 4. “He lived in grinding poverty Lee added, but when he was eleven books like Treasure Island begun to enspire him.” Week 5 Day 2

45 3. Lee asked, “Have you read Kaffir Boy, the autobiography of Mark Mathabane, who grew up in South Africa?” 4. “He lived in grinding poverty,” Lee added, “but when he was eleven, books like Treasure Island began to inspire him.” Week 5 Day 2

46 5. In Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston recounts the years that her family and her spended in a internment camp during world war II. 6. Those kind of camp was set up to pertect agasint sabotage, however, american citizens of japanese origin suffered terrbily under the policy. Week 5 Day 3

47 5. In Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston recounts the years that her family and she spent in an internment camp during World War II. 6. Those kinds of camps were set up to protect against sabotage; however, American citizens of Japanese origin suffered terribly under the policy. Week 5 Day 3

48 7. My grandmother sended a copy of Willie Morris’s new book My Dog Skip to my brother and I. Its about his childhood in the 1940s. 8. We both thought mr. Morris’s book Good Old Boy was interesting but i think My Dog Skip is most appealing. Week 5 Day 4

49 7. My grandmother sent a copy of Willie Morris’s new book, My Dog Skip, to my brother and me. It’s about his childhood in the 1940’s. 8. We both thought Mr. Morris’s book, Good Old Boy, was interesting, but I think My Dog Skip is more appealing. Week 5 Day 4

50 9. I and my sister think Anne frank’s diary is the moving true story about a young girl, consequently, we each read it twice. 10. Anne and her jewish family hided in a small room for too years. The Nazi soldiers however, eventually catched them. Week 5 Day 5

51 9. My sister and I think Anne Frank’s diary is a moving true story about a young girl; consequently, we each read it twice. 10. Anne and her Jewish family hid in a small room for two years. The Nazi soldiers, however, eventually caught them. Week 5 Day 5

52 1. One of the best-known doctors in english literature is Dr. Dolittle a veterinarian who starred in twelve children’s books. 2. In one adventure Dr. Dolittle bravly saved a little boy and his Uncle after pirates sunk their boat, the saucy sally. Week 6 Day 1

53 1. One of the best-known doctors in English literature is Dr. Dolittle, a veterinarian who starred in twelve children’s books. 2. In one adventure Dr. Dolittle bravely saved a little boy and his uncle after pirates sank their boat, The Saucy Sally. Week 6 Day 1Correct

54 3. In isaac asimov’s Fantastic Voyage, two doctor and three other peoples in the submarine proteus are miniaturized. To travel inside a man’s body. 4. They have fifty six minutes to complete they’re mission, other wise, the ship will expand again inside the patient’s body. Week 6 Day 2

55 3. In Isaac Asimov's Fantastic Voyage, two doctors and three other people in the submarine Proteus are miniaturized to travel inside a man’s body. 4. They have fifty-six minutes to complete their mission; otherwise, the ship will expand again inside the patient’s body. Week 6 Day 2 Correct

56 5. “My favorite fictional doctors are the ones in MASH,” said Molly. “Its on the local abc station at 730 p.m., and i video tape it regular.” 6. “Did you know the television series. Was based on a book by Richard Hooker”? Asked Vern. “Him and another writer also writed a few sequels.” Week 6 Day 3

57 5. “My favorite fictional doctors are the ones in MASH,” said Molly. “It’s on the local ABC station at 7:30 P.M., and I videotape it regularly.” 6. “Did you know the television series was based on a book by Richard Hooker?” asked Vern. “He and another writer also wrote a few sequels.” Week 6 Day 3 Correct

58 7. Most of the stories about Sherlock Holmes are told by Dr. Watson, who was Holmes’s room mate at 221B baker st., london. 8. On a chilly march day, Watson begun his first case with Holmes, “The Lauriston Garden Mystery;” it followed by many other exciting searchs. Week 6 Day 4

59 7. Most of the stories about Sherlock Holmes are told by Dr. Watson, who was Holmes’s roommate at 221B Baker St., London. 8. On a chilly March day, Watson began his first case with Holmes, “The Lauriston Garden Mystery”; it was followed by many other exciting searches. Week 6 Day 4 Correct

60 9. “In the Butler School book club’s contest in June, 1995, I won a copy of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, it’s a master piece” said Wayne. 10. “My brother and me plan to reread all them stories, they’re sure among the classics”! He added. “Whose your favorite, Holmes or Watson?” Week 6 Day 5

61 9. “In the Butler School Book Club’s contest in June, 1995, I won a copy of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes; it’s a master piece” said Wayne. 10. “My brother and I plan to reread all them stories; they’re surely among the classics!” he added. “Who’s your favorite, Holmes or Watson?” Week 6 Day 5 Correct

62 week 7Day 1 1. Mark Twain was born on november and grew up in Hannibal Misouri. 2. Many of the characters and incidents in his work was also born in them long ago days by the mississippi river.

63 week 7Day 1Correct 1. Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835, and grew up in Hannibal, Missouri. 2. Many of the characters and incidents in his work were also born in those long-ago days by the Mississippi River.

64 week 7Day 2 3. Twain’s school days end when he was twelve and he held the number of jobs during his youth printer, journalist, and steamboat pilot. 4. while he worked in the west, he sent money to this Mother in St. Louis. Finally saw his family and she again in 1866.

65 week 7Day 2Correct 3. Twain’s school days ended when he was twelve, and he held a number of jobs during his youth: printer, journalist, and steamboat pilot. 4. While he worked in the West, he sent money to his mother in St. Louis. He finally saw his family and her again in 1866.

66 week 7Day 3 5. Although mark Twain was the independent, selfmade man he wrote his first novel with a coauthor, c.d. warner. 6. Twain claimed thirty five of the sixty three chapters of the gilded age. According to him the best chapters were his

67 week 7Day 3Correct 5. Although Mark Twain was an independent, self-made man, he wrote his first novel with a coauthor, C. D. Warner. 6. Twain claimed thirty-five of the sixty-three chapters of The Gilded Age. According to him, the best chapters were his.

68 week 7Day 4 7. The Gilded Age, whose name arose from the decades following the Civil War, was a financial disaster for Twain and Warner. 8. Twain always worried about money, but he became more secure in 1869 after he wrote the book The Innocents Abroad.

69 week 7Day 4Correct 7. The Gilded Age, whose name arose from the decades following the Civil War, was a financial disaster for Twain and Warner. 8. Twain always worried about money, but he became more secure in 1869 after he wrote the book, The Innocents Abroad.

70 week 7Day 5 9. Twains focus shifted. From the present to the past. He begun to write stories about europe in the middle ages. 10. As ms. Lewis says, “We know of course that Twain sets among the worlds first class writers.”

71 week 7Day 5Correct 9. Twain’s focus shifted from the present to the past. He began to write stories about Europe in the Middle Ages. 10. As Ms. Lewis says, “We know, of course, that Twain sits among the world’s first class writers.”

72 week 8 Day 1 1. “Carli said, Us students haven’t no doubt that O. Henry is the master of the unexpected, every story offers a surprise.” 2. “Weve picked about twelve favorites from his collection The Four Million, added Rob, and we cant choose just one from between them.”

73 week 8 Day 1 1. Carli said, “We students have no doubt that O. Henry is the master of the unexpected; every story offers a surprise.” 2. “We’ve picked about twelve favorites from his collection, The Four Million,” added Rob, “and we can’t choose just one from among them.”

74 week 8Day 2 3. “Carli did you know theres an annual O. Henry award for the best american short stories” asked tony? 4. Carli said “yes, but not all the stories in that there prize collection ends with a surprise.”

75 week 8Day 2 3. “Carli, did you know there’s an annual O. Henry award for the best American short story?” asked Tony. 4. Carli said, “Yes, but not all the stories in that prize collection end with a surprise.”

76 week 8Day 3 5. “Im glad Ms Tierney steered Raquel and I toward the stories of Guy de Maupassant, “ said Lin “he has a lot of plot twists.” 6. After reading the short story called The Necklace in french class Mandy said, “We all agree that Maupassant writes real good.”

77 week 8Day 3 5. “I’m glad Ms. Tierney steered Raquel and me toward the stories of Guy de Maupassant,” said Lin. “He has a lot of plot twists.” 6. After reading the short story called The Necklace in French Class, Mandy said, “We all agree that Maupassant writes really well.”

78 week 8Day 4 7. “Dont forget Saki” said Joe! “Mick and me think his story “The Open Window” is extremly funny.” 8. “In that story mr. Nuttel and mrs. Sappleton remind me of my uncle George and aunt Louise,” said Mick. “Theyll believe anything.”

79 week 8Day 4 7. “Don’t forget Saki,” said Joe! “Mick and I think his story, “The Open Window,” is extremely funny.” 8. “In that story Mr. Nuttel and Mrs. Sappleton remind me of my Uncle George and Aunt Louise,” said Mick. “They’ll believe anything.”

80 week 8Day 5 9. Ive just read three of those kind of story by John Collier “The Chaser” “Over Insurance” and “Youth from Vienna.” 10. although theyre about love each of the stories have a twist that throwed Milly and I for a loop.

81 week 8Day 5Correct 9. I've just read three of those kinds of stories by John Collier: “The Chaser,” “Over Insurance,” and “Youth from Vienna.” 10. Although they're about love, each of the stories has a twist that threw Milly and me for a loop.

82 week 9 1. “The ancients told more stories about heros than about mothers but theres one touching story about Demeter,” said ms. T J Roselund. 2. Sid asked, “is’nt she the goddess of corn who rescued her dauter from the underworld”?

83 week 9Correct 1. “The ancients told more stories about heroes than about mothers, but there's one touching story about Demeter,” said Ms. T. J. Roselund. 2. Sid asked, “Isn't she the Goddess of Corn who rescued her daughter from the underworld? ”

84 week 9 3. Mama’s bank account is a charming old book about a Mother, it was written by Kathryn Forbes in In one story the daughter succums to temptation and sends for a writing course. mama rescues her when the bill have to be paided.

85 week 9Correct 3. Mama’s Bank Account is a charming old book about a mother; it was written by Kathryn Forbes in In one story the daughter succumbs to temptation and sends for a writing course. Mama rescues her when the bill has to be paid.

86 week 9 5. Us students really enjoyed The Glass Menagerie a sad touching and beautiful play about a mother and her two childs. 6. It was wrote by playrite Tennessee Williams and it has echos of painful but loving memories of his mother and sister

87 Week 9 Correct 5. We students really enjoyed The Glass Menagerie, a sad, touching, and beautiful play about a mother and her two children. 6. It was written by playwright Tennessee Williams, and it has echoes of painful but loving memories of his mother and sister.

88 week 9 7. “Les don’t like Toni Morrisons Beloved”! Exclaimed Beth. “How could anyone not like a story of escaped slaves murder and ghosts”? 8. “Well Gwen and me loved the books view of sutle kinds of slavery,” remark Sean.

89 week 9Correct 7. “Les doesn’t like Toni Morrison’s Beloved!” exclaimed Beth. “How could anyone not like a story of escaped slaves, murder, and ghosts? ” 8. “Well, Gwen and I loved the book’s view of subtle kinds of slavery,” remarked Sean.

90 week 9 9. The Joy Luck Club, which is about four mothers and her daughters, gived Mom and I insite into the experiences of chinese americans. 10. After us read that book in our book club i wanted to visit california and china.

91 week 9Correct 9. The Joy Luck Club, which is about four mothers and their daughters, gave Mom and me insight into the experiences of Chinese Americans. 10. After we read that book in our book club, I wanted to visit California and China.

92 week Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, who’s novel “The Yearling” won the Pulitzer Prize, died on december , in florida. 2. The backwoods area of cross creek were a much more lonelier place than most people can stand, it’s the setting of many of Rawlings stories.

93 week 10Correct 1. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, whose novel The Yearling won the Pulitzer Prize, died on December 14, 1953, in Florida. 2. The backwoods area of Cross Creek was a much lonelier place than most people can stand. It’s the setting of many of Rawlings’s stories.

94 week “I and Charlie think Robert Frost is one of the more readable poets ever, we have to of his books, said Louis. 4. Charlie said “we know he won four Pulitzers, but i wonder why he never won the Nobel Prize?”

95 week 10Correct 3. “Charlie and I think Robert Frost is one of the most readable poets ever. We have two of his books,” said Louis. 4. Charlie said, “We know he won four Pulitzers, but I wonder why he never won the Nobel Prize.”

96 week Even though Harper Lee plans to become a writer when she was very young she wrote only one novel, to kill a mockingbird. 6. Didn’t that novel win the Pulitzer Prize the movie version of course won an Academy Award.

97 week 10Correct 5. Even though Harper Lee planned to become a writer when she was very young, she wrote only one novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. 6. Didn’t that novel win the Pulitzer Prize? The movie version, of course, won an Academy Award.

98 week The books by N Scott Momaday reflects the heritage of the kiowa and other native americans. 8. His novel House made of dawn conveyes a sense of discovery about the culture and the land, the title refers to a healing ritual of the navajo.

99 week 10Correct 7. The books by N. Scott Momaday reflect the heritage of the Kiowa and other Native Americans. 8. His novel, House Made of Dawn, conveys a sense of discovery about the culture and the land. The title refers to a healing ritual of the Navajo.

100 week Although August Wilson thought he had betrayd his mother when he drops out of school he later won to Pulitzer Prizes. 10. The characters in Wilsons plays. Are African American people whom are struggling sinking or holding on; nevertheless, they is not joiless.

101 week 10Correct 9. Although August Wilson thought he had betrayed his mother when he dropped out of school, he later won two Pulitzer Prizes. 10. The characters in Wilson’s plays are African American people who are struggling, sinking, or holding on; nevertheless, they are not joyless.

102 week Mai asked, “Aren’t the musical My Fair Lady based on G B Shaws play Pygmalion”? 2. Carol answered, “Yes that’s the story of Henry Higgins a phonetics teacher who trys to help flower girl Eliza Doolittle to talk more better.”

103 week 11Correct 1. Mai asked, “Isn’t the musical My Fair Lady based on G. B. Shaw’s play Pygmalion?” 2. Carol answered, “Yes, that’s the story of Henry Higgins, a phonetics teacher who tries to help flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, to talk better.”

104 week No one can’t deny that the most charming stories about a teacher is the ones in L M Montgomerys series set on Prince Edward Island Canada. 4. The main character studys to be a teacher in Anne of Green Gables and she teaches school in Anne of Avonlea Anne of the Island and Anne of Windy Poplars

105 week 11Correct 3. No one can deny that the most charming stories about a teacher are the ones in L. M. Montgomery's series set on Prince Edward Island, Canada. 4. The main character studies to be a teacher in Anne of Green Gables, and she teaches school in Anne of Avonlea, Anne of the Island, and Anne of Windy Poplars.

106 week “LaToya did you know that the television series Christy was based on a novel the author Catherine Marshall was born in appalachia,” said Ira. 6. Among the main characters is Alice Henderson, who is a quaker, and the children in Christys school.

107 week 11Correct 5. “LaToya, did you know that the television series Christy was based on a novel? The author, Catherine Marshall, was born in Appalachia,” said Ira. 6. Among the main characters are Alice Henderson, who is a Quaker, and the children in Christy's school.

108 week Because Andy and me want to be teachers someday we were extremly impressed with sylvia ashton-warner’s book Teacher. 8. Based on the authors twenty four years with the maoris of new Zealand the book includes ideas about teaching and storys about students.

109 week 11Correct 7. Because Andy and I want to be teachers someday, we were extremely impressed with Sylvia Ashton-Warner’s book, Teacher. 8. Based on the author’s twenty-four years with the Maoris of New Zealand, the book includes ideas about teaching and stories about students.

110 week This here book, The Water Is Wide, is a true story about a teacher who gloryed in the civil rights movement and believe learning should be fun. 10. The teacher and author, Pat Conroy, applied unconventional theorys but the school officials fire him for being to disrespectful.

111 week 11Correct 9. This book, The Water Is Wide, is a true story about a teacher who gloried in the Civil Rights Movement and believed learning should be fun. 10. The teacher and author, Pat Conroy, applied unconventional theories, but the school officials fired him for being too disrespectful.

112 week “Ms mcCoy didn’t a lot of fiction writers begin they’re careers as journalists? Asked Jeremy.” 2. “Yes. In fact she answered O. Henry Mark Twain and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings started as reporters.”

113 week 12Correct 1. “Ms. McCoy, didn’t a lot of fiction writers begin their careers as journalists?” asked Jeremy. 2. “Yes. In fact,” she answered, “O. Henry, Mark Twain, and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings started as reporters.”

114 week Good journalists realy have to keep his eyes and ears open, they have to be accurate and not take nothing for granted. 4. Paula and me planning to be journalists out west someday; i think we have the intelligence and personallity for the job.

115 week 12Correct 3. Good journalists really have to keep their eyes and ears open; they have to be accurate and not take anything for granted. 4. Paula and I are planning to be journalists out West someday; I think we have the intelligence and personality for the job.

116 week In addition to reporting factualy on current events. Newspapers include feature stories opinion pieces and fun pages to. 6. Today’s paper has a article called The Difference Is Kids. Its about students of many nationallities who works for peace.

117 week 12Correct 5. In addition to reporting factually on current events, newspapers include feature stories, opinion pieces, and fun pages too. 6. Today’s paper has an article called “The Difference Is Kids.” It’s about students of many nationalities who work for peace.

118 week Some columnists provide practical information on gardening or car care, however, others expresses they’re opinions either seriously or comicly. 8. Even though their journalists some columnists write with a power of literature to move us to tears laughter or anger.

119 week 12Correct 7. Some columnists provide practical information on gardening or car care. However, others express their opinions either seriously or comically. 8. Even though they’re journalists, some columnists write with the power of literature to move us to tears, laughter, or anger.

120 week My newspaper don’t run Dave Barrys column but I wish they did because I think hes hystericly funny. 10. For example one column about using computers seems to be about my Dad he doesn’t have no clue about how they work.

121 week 12Correct 9. My newspaper doesn’t run Dave Barry's column, but I wish it did because I think he's hysterically funny. 10. For example, one column about using computers seems to be about my dad; he doesn’t have a clue about how they work.

122 1. “The lifes and ideas of Ray Bradbury and Jamaica Kincaid might seem very different said ms. Chin, but there are some notible similarities.” 2. “Have’nt they both said that even in they’re fiction, they write about themselves”? Asked Myra. Week 13

123 1. “The lives and ideas of Ray Bradbury and Jamaica Kincaid might seem very different,” said Ms. Chin, “but there are some notable similarities.” 2. “Haven't they both said that even in their fiction, they write about themselves?” asked Myra. Week 13Correct

124 3. Ray Bradbury is a science fiction writer whom was born on august in Waukegan Illinois. 4. Jamaica Kincaid is more younger than Bradbury, she is an antiguan by birth, but she now lives in vermont. Week 13

125 3. Ray Bradbury is a science fiction writer who was born on August 22, 1920, in Waukegan, Illinois. 4. Jamaica Kincaid is younger than Bradbury. She is an Antiguan by birth, but she now lives in Vermont. Week 13Correct

126 5. Both Ray Bradbury and Jamaica Kincaid says that they’re childhoods were happy loving and remarkible. 6. Both have also choosed to write stories about childhood, and its quite possable that them stories were took from real memories. Week 13Day 3

127 5. Both Ray Bradbury and Jamaica Kincaid says that their childhoods were happy, loving, and remarkable. 6. Both have also chosen to write stories about childhood, and it’s quite possible that those stories were taken from real memories. Week 13Day 3 Correct

128 7. Kincaids first published short story, “Girl,” and her first novel, Annie John, explores the relationship among mothers and daughters. 8. Ive read Annie John; its most straightforward than her collection of stories At the bottom of the river. Week 13 Day 4

129 7. Kincaid's first published short story, “Girl,” and her first novel, Annie John, explores the relationship between mothers and daughters. 8. I’ve read Annie John; it’s more straightforward than her collection of stories At the Bottom of the River. Week 13Day 4 Correct

130 9. “Are’nt many of the stories in Bradburys dandelion wine based on people who he knew as a child”? Asked Myra. 10. “Yes the following are only a few the brother, who is like Bradbury’s own brother, John Huff, a young friend, and the Lonely One, who roamed around at night, said Noah. Week 13Day 5

131 9. “Aren't many of the stories in Bradbury's Dandelion Wine based on people whom he knew as a child?” asked Myra. 10. “Yes, the following are only a few: the brother, who is like Bradbury’s own brother; John Huff, a young friend; and the Lonely One, who roamed around at night,” said Noah. Week 13Day 5Correct

132 1. When Langston Hughes was eighteen he write one of his most famous poems The negro Speaks of Rivers. 2. Hughes became a prominent writer and the first african american to earn his living from writing but he didn’t never make much money. Week 14Day 1

133 1. When Langston Hughes was eighteen, he wrote one of his most famous poems, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers.” 2. Hughes became a prominent writer and the first African American to earn his living from writing, but he didn’t ever make much money. Week 14Day 1Correct

134 3. Didn’t Hughes write novels short stories nonfiction and childrens books too. 4. Yes he did. He also writed the lyrics for musicals and translated the works of latin american and Spanish writers. Week 14 Day 2

135 3. Didn’t Hughes write novels, short stories, nonfiction, and children’s books too? 4. Yes, he did. He also wrote the lyrics for musicals and translated the works of Latin, American, and Spanish writers. Week 14 Day 2Correct

136 5. Al said, “when i was seven, my aunt give me a collection of Hughes poetry called Don’t You Turn Back. 6. “Us youngsters also had that book, said Jomu. One excellent poem compared segregated trains and busses to a merry-go-round.” Week 14Day 3

137 5. Al said, “When I was seven, my aunt gave me a collection of Hughes’s poetry called Don’t You Turn Back.” 6. “We youngsters also had that book,” said Jomu. “One excellent poem compared segregated trains and buses to a merry-go-round.” Week 14Day 3Correct

138 7. When Hughes teached young writers he would tell them to explore your own families neighborhoods and cities. 8. He said that if writers learn that lesson good, they can influence others, their world become everybodys world. Week 14Day 4

139 7. When Hughes taught young writers, he would tell them to explore their own families, neighborhoods, and cities. 8. He said that if writers learn that lesson well, they can influence others; their world becomes everybody’s world. Week 14Day 4Correct

140 9. There are three people who inspired Hughes first his grandmother, second his mother, and third an english teacher. 10. Most of his work explore the experience of ordinary African Americans, his short stories about Jesse B. Semple is the good example. Week 14Day 5

141 9. There are three people who inspired Hughes: first, his grandmother; second, his mother; and third, an English teacher. 10. Most of his work explores the experience of ordinary African Americans; his short stories about Jesse B. Semple are a good example. Week 14Day 5Correct

142 1. Stories about monsters are asumed to be as old as human imagination. consider for example the ancient babylonian myths. 2. One of the most oldest recorded monsters are Humbaba, Humbaba appears in The Epic of Gilgamesh, which dates back to 2000 b.c. Week 15Day 1

143 1. Stories about monsters are assumed to be as old as human imagination. Consider, for example, the ancient Babylonian myths. 2. One of the oldest recorded monsters is Humbaba. Humbaba appears in The Epic of Gilgamesh, which dates back to 2000 B.C. Week 15Day 1Correct

144 3. “The aclaimed Hercules fighted a number of monsters, said kiley, including the three-headed dog cerberus.” 4. Mr Hwang added “the Harpies defeated by the Argonauts. Likewise, the one-eyed Cyclops didn’t have no chance against the wily Odysseus. Week 15Day 2

145 3. “The acclaimed Hercules fought a number of monsters,” said Kiley, “including the three-headed dog Cerberus.” 4. Mr. Hwang added, “The Harpies were defeated by the Argonauts. Likewise, the one-eyed Cyclops didn’t have a chance against the wily Odysseus.” Week 15Day 2Correct

146 5. In an old japanese tale a dark cloud settled over the palace each night and brung agony to emperor Konoe. 6. The warrior Yorimasa aimed good and killed the monster, which had a monkeys head a snakes tail and a tigers paws. Week 15Day 3

147 5. In an old Japanese tale, a dark cloud settled over the palace each night and brought agony to Emperor Konoe. 6. The warrior Yorimasa aimed well and killed the monster, which had a monkey’s head, a snake’s tail, and a tiger’s paws. Week 15Day 3Correct

148 7. Could there be a most famous monster than the one who terrorized a european village in Mary Shelleys Frankenstein. 8. I addmit I used to think Frankenstein was the monster but he was the scientist who brung the monster to life and fleed from his creation. Week 15Day4

149 7. Could there be a more famous monster than the one who terrorized a European village in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein? 8. I admit I used to think Frankenstein was the monster, but he was the scientist who brought the monster to life and fled from his creation. Week 15Day 4Correct

150 9. In most of Stephen Kings novels the monsters are monstrous humans, however, It is an exception. 10. There are asuredly many monsters in his stories, in “The Mist” for instance a giant spider don’t hesitate to munch on humans. Week 15Day 5

151 9. In most of Stephen King’s novels, the monsters are monstrous humans; however, It is an exception. 10. There are assuredly many monsters in his stories; in “The Mist,” for instance, a giant spider doesn’t hesitate to munch on humans. Week 15Day 5Correct

152 1. Edgar Allan Poe was born on january and was orphaned at age three. 2. Poe losed many of the women he loved, his Mother died, and later his foster mother and his young wife both died trajically. Week 16Day 1

153 1. Edgar Allan Poe was born on January 19, 1809, and was orphaned at age three. 2. Poe lost many of the women he loved. His mother died, and later his foster mother and his young wife both died tragically. Week 16Day 1Correct

154 3. Exsept for the years he lived with his gardians Poes life was sat in poverty and disappointment. 4. “I feel sorry for Poe”! exclaimed tonya. “The jenius who wrote “The raven” shouldn’t have had to worry about money.” Week 16Day 2

155 3. Except for the years he lived with his guardians, Poe’s life was set in poverty and disappointment. 4. “I feel sorry for Poe!” exclaimed Tonya. “The genius who wrote ‘The Raven’ shouldn’t have had to worry about money.” Week 16Day 2Correct

156 Week 16 Day 3 5. “poe didn’t earn unconditional praise but his work has certainly bringed me a lot of pleasure” siad Paul. 6. “The french poet Baudelaire called him a “fallen angel,’ and Ralph Waldo Emerson called him the “jingle man,” added Leon.

157 Week 16 Day 3Correct 5. “Poe didn’t earn unconditional praise, but his work has certainly brought me a lot of pleasure,” said Paul. 6. “The French poet Baudelaire called him a ‘fallen angel,’ and Ralph Waldo Emerson called him the ‘jingle man,’” added Leon.

158 7. My kollection of Poe’s stories called Tales. It includes horror stories but no gosts monsters or demons lay in waiting. 8. One story in that there collection made the hair on my neck raise. Its called The Masque of the Red Death. Week 16Day 4

159 7. My collection of Poe’s stories is called Tales. It includes horror stories, but no ghosts, monsters, or demons lie in waiting. 8. One story in that collection made the hair on my neck rise. It’s called “The Masque of the Red Death.” Week 16Day 4Correct

160 9. Poe’s wife virginia died in 1847, he died two years later in baltimore on october Although Poe never reseived the critics approval his stories have lived well into the Twentieth Century. Week 16Day 5

161 9. Poe’s wife Virginia died in 1847; he died two years later in Baltimore on October 7, Although Poe never received the critics’ approval, his stories have lived well into the twentieth century. Week 16Day 5Correct

162 1. There’s many books about adults whom survive dangirous circumstances, are there any about children. 2. Two of the better are Homecoming by Cynthia Voight and Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D Taylor. Week 17Day 1

163 1. There are many books about adults who survive dangerous circumstances. Are there any about children? 2. Two of the best are Homecoming by Cynthia Voight and Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor. Week 17Day 1Correct

164 3. “In Homecoming” said Ms Landers four children are abanduned by they’re mentally ill Mother.” 4. “Don’t the children in that there story find their way from new england to their grandmothers house in maryland?” asked Kim. Week 17 Day 2

165 3. “In Homecoming,” said Ms. Landers, “four children are abandoned by their mentally ill mother.” 4. “Don’t the children in that story find their way from New England to their grandmother’s house in Maryland?” asked Kim. Week 17 Day 2Correct

166 5. A girl named Dicey is the main charucter in Homecoming, her and her brothers and sister behaves resourcefully. 6. With eleven dollars and fifty cents Dicey buys grocerys but the group also digs clams to eat. Week 17Day 3

167 5. A girl named Dicey is the main character in Homecoming; she and her brothers and sister behave resourcefully. 6. With eleven dollars and fifty cents, Dicey buys groceries, but the group also digs clams to eat. Week 17Day 3Correct

168 7. Roll of thunder, hear my cry is the story of a black family trying to survive in mississippi in Between the many interesting characters are the narrator, young Cassie Logan, who the reader admires from the first chapter. Week 17 Day 4

169 7. Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry is the story of a black family trying to survive in Mississippi in Among the many interesting characters is the narrator, young Cassie Logan, whom the reader admires from the first chapter. Week 17 Day 4Correct

170 Week “Rick and me read Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry last year.” “What a great book that was” said Lucia. 10. Rick added, “its truly an american story of ordenary people who aim high work hard and walk proud.

171 Week “Rick and I read Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry last year. What a great book that was!” said Lucia. 10. Rick added, “It’s truly an American story of ordinary people who aim high, work hard, and walk proud.”

172 1. The Nobel Prize for literature is the higher possible award for writing, it is gived annualy for work that benefits humanity. 2. The celebrateion is held in stockholm on december 10. Alfred Nobel, an enjineer and endustrialist donatid funds for the prizes. Week 18Day 1

173 1. The Nobel Prize for literature is the highest possible award for writing; it is given annually for work that benefits humanity. 2. The celebration is held in Stockholm on December 10. Alfred Nobel, an engineer and industrialist, donated funds for the prizes. Week 18Day 1Correct

174 3. Jose asked “T.S. Eliot winned the Nobel Prize for his serious poetry, didn’t he”? 4. “Yes Eliots work was serious, said Ms. Chou, but his Old Possum’s Book of Pratical Cats is a book of lite verse.” Week 18Day 2

175 3. Jose asked, “T.S. Eliot won the Nobel Prize for his serious poetry, didn’t he?” 4. “Yes, Eliot’s work was serious,” said Ms. Chou, “but his Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats is a book of light verse.” Week 18Day 2Correct

176 5. John Steinbeck another winner is known for his novels but he also wrote Travels with Charley an acount of his crosscountry journies at age fifty eight. 6. In that book he completely discribes how he rode out an hurricane in his boat the fayre eleyne. Week 18Day 3

177 5. John Steinbeck, another winner, is known for his novels, but he also wrote Travels with Charley, an account of his cross-country journeys at age fifty-eight. 6. In that book he completely describes how he rode out a hurricane in his boat, the Fayre Eleyne. Week 18Day 3Correct

178 7. “we know Toni Morrison’s an incredably insiteful story teller and were pretty sertain she won a Nobel Prize, said Annie. 8. Danny and me were moved by the bluest eye, which is drawed from her child hood in the midwest, she added. Week 18Day 4

179 7. “We know Toni Morrison’s an incredibly insightful story teller, and we’re pretty certain she won a Nobel Prize,” said Annie. 8. Danny and I were moved by The Bluest Eye, which is drawn from her childhood in the Midwest,” she added. Week 18Day 4

180 Week 18 Day 5 9. Although my sister is usually confidant she don’t know which winner she likes best, Toni Morrison or Nadine Gordimer. 10. Gordimer’s work is both politikal and personal, we perfer those kind of story.

181 Week 18 Day 5 Correct 9. Although my sister is usually confidant, she doesn’t know which winner she likes better, Toni Morrison or Nadine Gordimer. 10. Gordimer’s work is both political and personal. We prefer that kind of story.

182 1. “One of the most famous book associated with the civil war was written by a woman, her book in fact helped spark the war,” said Joan. 2. “The book i’m refering to, she said, is Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Week 19 Day 1

183 1. “One of the most famous books associated with the Civil War was written by a woman; her book, in fact, helped spark the war,” said Joan. 2. “The book I’m referring to,” she said, “is Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Week 19 Day 1Correct

184 3. When John and I were about two thirds finished with Uncle Tom’s Cabin I gived Lily and them other peoples a sumary of the plot. 4. I planed too finish that there book but Lily became so interested that she borrows it without asking John or I. Week 19 Day 2

185 3. When John and I were about two- thirds finished with Uncle Tom’s Cabin, I gave Lily and those other people a summary of the plot. 4. I planned to finish that book, but Lily became so interested that she borrowed it without asking John or me. Week 19 Day 2Correct

186 5. Stowe was religious woman, an episcopalian and she felt impeled to expose slavery in Uncle Tom’s Cabin 6. The book criticizes slavery but it paints a picture of american life, to, in both the south and the midwest. Week 19 Day 3

187 5. Stowe was a religious woman, an Episcopalian, and she felt impelled to expose slavery in Uncle Tom’s Cabin. 6. The book criticizes slavery, but it paints a picture of American life, too, in both the South and the Midwest. Week 19 Day 3Correct

188 7. “Did you know Sarah that two slave owners in that novel, Shelby and St. Clare, are kind men whom eventually oppose slavery”? Asked Mel. 8. “The name Simon Legree on the other hand carries echos of cruelty, he beated the slaves, he added. Week 19 Day 4

189 7. “Did you know, Sarah, that two slave owners in that novel, Shelby and St. Clare, are kind men who eventually oppose slavery?” asked Mel. 8. “The name Simon Legree, on the other hand, carries echoes of cruelty; he beat the slaves, he added. Week 19 Day 4Correct

190 9. The more famous occurrence in the novel is Eliza and her baby’s escape from slave catchers, they fleed across the frozen ohio river. 10. Whom wouldn’t cheer when Eliza and her baby reach canada safely? I did”! Remark John. Week 19 Day 5

191 9. The most famous occurrence in the novel is Eliza and her baby’s escape from slave catchers; they fled across the frozen Ohio River. 10. “Who wouldn’t cheer when Eliza and her baby reach Canada safely? I did!” remarked John. Week 19 Day 5Correct

192 1. Alfred Einsenstaedt once said that photojournalism is the art of capturing the “storytelling moment;” it’s power lays in each pictures ability to be compeling. 2. “A series of photos is called a photo essay just look at these here picutres from appalachia during the depression” said Ira. Week 20 Day 1

193 1. Alfred Einsenstaedt once said that photojournalism is the art of capturing the “storytelling moment”; its power lies in each picture’s ability to be compelling. 2. “A series of photos is called a photo essay. Just look at these pictures from Appalachia during the Depression,” said Ira. Week 20 Day 1Correct

194 3. Theo and me founded out that nineteenth-century newspapers didn’t print photographs, they use drawings made from photos. 4. Matthew Bradys civil war photographs for example were editted and converted into woodcuts. Week 20 Day 2

195 3. Theo and I found out that nineteenth-century newspapers didn’t print photographs; they used drawings made from photos. 4. Matthew Brady’s Civil War photographs, for example, were edited and converted into woodcuts. Week 20 Day 2Correct

196 5. Mr. Lind told we girls that Joseph Pulitzer the infamous publisher never defered to tact. he published illustrations similar to todays tabloid photos. 6. Mr. Lind would sure like this here book on journalism. Why don’t us girls show it to Ms. Hart and he? Week 20 Day 3

197 5. Mr. Lind told us girls that Joseph Pulitzer, the infamous publisher, never deferred to tact. He published illustrations similar to today's tabloid photos. 6. Mr. Lind would surely like this book on journalism. Why don’t we girls show it to Ms. Hart and him? Week 20 Day 3 Correct

198 7. Margaret Bourke-White one of the great woman of this century became a photographer for the U.S. army air force. 8. She photographed the german invasion of moscow, american bombing missions, and the last days of the third reich. Week 20 Day 4

199 7. Margaret Bourke-White, one of the great women of this century, became a photographer for the U.S. Army Air Force. 8. She photographed the German invasion of Moscow, American bombing missions, and the last days of the Third Reich. Week 20 Day 4 Correct

200 9. “Bourke-White, who’s work inspired Liz and I, supported herself in college by selling photographs said Elena. 10. “The newspaper payed me forty eight dollars for a photo of a flockof goose I took at exactly 342 p.m. last Tuesday,” Liz said. Week 20 Day 5

201 9. “Bourke-White, whose work inspired Liz and me, supported herself in college by selling photographs,” said Elena. 10. “The newspaper paid me forty-eight dollars for a photo of a flock of geese I took at exactly 3:42 P.M. last Tuesday,” Liz said. Week 20 Day 5 Correct

202 Week 21Day 1 1. What is this craze, this sci-fi rage. to answer I must act the sage and read whats on the printed page. 2. Through past and future it can range or it’s own present it can change. I guess its just a craze for strange

203 Week 21Day 1Correct 1. What is this craze, this sci-fi rage? To answer I must act the sage And read what’s on the printed page. 2. Through past and future it can range, Or its own present it can change. I guess it’s just a craze for strange

204 Week 21Day 2 3. Some science fiction themes was introduced early, mad scientists wild monsters and dangerous aliens. 4. Do you remember Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, The Mysterious Island, by Jules Verne, and The War of the Worlds, by h.g. Wells

205 Week 21Day 2 3. Some science fiction themes was introduced early: mad scientists, wild monsters, and dangerous aliens. 4. Do you remember Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley; The Mysterious Island, by Jules Verne; and The War of the Worlds, by H. G. Wells

206 Week 21Day 3 5. Nell and I are studying ecology, we even went to a future scientist of America conferrence in tampa. 6. The sponsors gived us batchs of reference material on overpopulation global warming and pollution.

207 Week 21Day 3Correct 5. Nell and I are studying ecology. We even went to a Future Scientist of America conference in Tampa. 6. The sponsors gave us batches of reference material on overpopulation, global warming, and pollution.

208 Week 21Day 4 7. Last year I call that book about robots my favorite but this one about a alien culture is more better written. 8. My two brothers’ preferrence on the other hand is for stories of time travel, among them, they’ve read a hundred stories.

209 Week 21Day 4Correct 7. Last year I called that book about robots my favorite, but this one about an alien culture is better written. 8. My two brothers’ preference, on the other hand, is for stories of time travel; between them, they’ve read a hundred stories.

210 Week 21Day 5 9. Paula my cousin in Canton Ohio loves “cyberpunk;” that’s science fiction about advanced uses of computers. 10. She speaks to me and Stu regular in messages she prefers computers to time travel because their most realistic.

211 Week 21Day 5 9. Paula, my cousin in Canton, Ohio, loves “cyberpunk”; that’s science fiction about advanced uses of computers. 10. She speaks to Stu and me regular in messages. She prefers computers to time travel because they’re more realistic.

212 1. Everyone has heard of the ancient greek heroes Ulysses Jason and Aeneas however, I been reading stories about heroines. 2. Here for example is Antigone, who’s bravery is a model for anyone whom is challengeing the misuse of power. Week 22 Day 1

213 1. Everyone has heard of the ancient Greek heroes Ulysses, Jason, and Aeneas; however, I have been reading stories about heroines. 2. Here, for example, is Antigone, whose bravery is a model for anyone who is challenging the misuse of power. Week 22 Day 1 Correct

214 3. In a spirit of vengance Creon the ruler of thebes orders that no one may bury his rebel nephew Polyneices. 4. Obeying a more higher law Antigone defies creons order buries her brother and accepts her own death bravely. Week 22 Day

215 3. In a spirit of vengeance, Creon, the ruler of Thebes, orders that no one may bury his rebel nephew Polyneices. 4. Obeying a higher law, Antigone defies Creon’s order, buries her brother, and accepts her own death bravely. Week 22 Day 2Correct

216 5. The noticable similarities in stories from different cultures amazing to Noriko and I 6. Ancient greeks and polynesians both haved stories of heroes whom defied the gods to help human beings. Week 22 Day 3

217 5. The noticeable similarities in stories from different cultures are amazing to Noriko and me. 6. Ancient Greeks and Polynesians both had stories of heroes who defied the gods to help human beings. Week 22 Day 3Correct

218 7. The polynesians use to honor Maui a hero who became a god, he stoled fire from the underworld and give it to people. 8. Don’t Prometheus do the same thing in a greek myth. Week 22 Day 4

219 7. The Polynesians uses to honor Maui, a hero who became a god; he stole fire from the underworld and give it to people. 8. Doesn’t Prometheus do the same thing in a Greek myth? Week 22 Day 4Correct

220 9. Beowulf an early english hero defeats the monster Grendel and beheads Grendels mother and he. 10. The significanse of that story is obvious and the historical information provide a glimpse of life in the middle ages. Week 22 Day 5

221 9. Beowulf, an early English hero, defeats the monster Grendel and beheads Grendel’s mother and him. 10. The significance, of that story is obvious, and the historical information provides a glimpse of life in the Middle Ages. Week 22 Day 5Correct

222 1. “The Thousand and One Nights, which is also called The Arabian Nights, is a collection of stories from the east” said Wayne. 2. Tina added “Wayne and me read some of sir Richard F Burtons translations of the stories. Week 23Day 1

223 1. “The Thousand and One Nights, which is also called The Arabian Nights, is a collection of stories from the East,” said Wayne. 2. Tina added, “Wayne and I read some of Sir Richard F. Burton’s translations of the stories.” Week 23Day 1Correct

224 3. Among the most unlikeliest heroes Aladdin stands out, he begun as a poor boy and ended up married to a sultans daughter. 4. A evil magician transports Aladdins palace to africa but Aladdin returns the palace to china. Week 23Day 2

225 3. Among the most unlikely heroes, Aladdin stands out; he began as a poor boy and ended up married to a sultan’s daughter. 4. An evil magician transports Aladdin's palace to Africa, but Aladdin returns the palace to China. Week 23Day 2Correct

226 5. Another unlikely hero is ali baba a poor woodcutter who learns the comand that opens a thieves hideaway. 6. He is incredibly lucky but Morgiana his slave is a true heroine she saves him several times. Week 23Day 3

227 5. Another unlikely hero is Ali Baba, a poor woodcutter, who learns the command that opens a thief’s hideaway. 6. He is incredibly lucky, but Morgiana, his slave, is a true heroine. She saves him several times. Week 23Day 3 Correct

228 7. Sinbad an arabian merchant told his story to a porter who had conplained of being poor. 8. Sinbad recounted how he waste his fortune but regained it with a combination of luck and hard work Week 23Day 4

229 7. Sinbad, an Arabian merchant, told his story to a porter who had complained of being poor. 8. Sinbad recounted how he wasted his fortune but regained it with a combination of luck and hard work. Week 23Day 4

230 Week 23 Day 5 9. In another story from The Arabian Nights princess Periesade colects three marvelous objects and rescues her two brother. 10. When a magic bird reveals the truth of their birth to the sultan and they, the sultan connfesses how foolish hes been.

231 Week 23 Day 5Correct 9. In another story from The Arabian Nights, Princess Periesade collects three marvelous objects and rescues her two brothers. 10. When a magic bird reveals the truth of their birth to the sultan and them, the sultan confesses how foolish he's been.

232 1. Frederick Douglass was born a slave in Tuckahoe Maryland he died an inportant man on February He named Frederick Bailey. After escaping from slavery in 1838 he took the name Douglass to avoid the clutchs of slave catchers. Week 24 Day 1

233 1. Frederick Douglass was born a slave in Tuckahoe, Maryland; he died an important man on February 20, He was named Frederick Bailey. After escaping from slavery in 1838, he took the name Douglass to avoid the clutches of slave catchers. Week 24 Day 1Correct

234 3. If their is anyone who don’t value education they should listen to Douglass. 4. He said that people without an education are “a pitiable object;” having an education by contrast gains them “light and liberty.” Week 24 Day 2

235 3. If there is anyone who doesn’t value education, he or she should listen to Douglass. 4. He said that people without an education are “a pitiable object” ; having an education, by contrast, gains them “light and liberty.” Week 24 Day 2Correct

236 5. as a child in baltimore Douglass asked his master’s wife to learn him to read and the inntelligent boy picked up words quick. 6. His master however was furious and he ordered that Douglass never have no more lessons. Week 24 Day 3

237 5. As a child in Baltimore, Douglass asked his master’s wife to teach him to read, and the intelligent boy picked up words quickly. 6. His master, however, was furious, and he ordered that Douglass never have any more lessons. Week 24 Day 3Correct

238 7. Douglass was serious about learning to read, he bribed coaxed and tricked white boys into helping him. 8. He also learned from other sources. Free blacks a white methodist minister and newspaper articles by abolitionists. Week 24 Day 4

239 7. Douglass was serious about learning to read; he bribed, coaxed, and tricked white boys into helping him. 8. He also learned from other sources: free blacks, a white Methodist minister, and newspaper articles by abolitionists. Week 24 Day 4Correct

240 9. One of Douglass’s first purchases were some speechs that schoolchildren used to inprove there oratory. 10. Two selections in the book was innspiring, a speech on freedom by an irish writer and a dialogue on the immorality of slavery. Week 24 Day 5

241 9. One of Douglass’s first purchases was some speeches that schoolchildren used to improve their oratory. 10. Two selections in the book were inspiring: a speech on freedom by an Irish writer and a dialogue on the immorality of slavery. Week 24 Day 5

242 1. Yesterday I finish the autobiography of Helen Keller, who was blind deaf and mute. 2. Because Helen couldnt communicate well shed refuse to subbmit to her parents wishes. Week 25Day 1

243 1. Yesterday I finished the autobiography of Helen Keller, who was blind, deaf, and mute. 2. Because Helen couldn't communicate well, she’d refuse to submit to her parents’ wishes. Week 25Day 1Correct

244 3. A teacher Anne Sullivan arrived when Helen was six, within a month, she teached Helen that everything had a name. 4. Aren’t everybody familiar with that there scene from the movie when Miss Sullivan summerged Helens hand in water. Week 25Day 2

245 3. A teacher, Anne Sullivan, arrived when Helen was six. Within a month, she taught Helen that everything had a name. 4. Isn’t everybody familiar with that scene from the movie when Miss Sullivan submerged Helen’s hand in water? Week 25Day 2Correct

246 5. A system of tracing letters in the hand, Anne Sullivan show Helen how to use the manual alphabet. 6. She also taught Helen to read Braille a system of raised dots, eventually, Helen learned French German and Latin. Week 25Day 3

247 5. Anne Sullivan showed Helen how to use the manual alphabet, a system of tracing letters in the hand. 6. She also taught Helen to read Braille, a system of raised dots. Eventually, Helen learned French, German, and Latin. Week 25Day 3

248 7. Anne Sullivan subbsequently helped Helen Keller through radcliffe college but Helen took her final exams alone and graduates with honors. 8. Her and Helen lived together for many years. You ever known a loyaler teacher. Week 25Day 4

249 7. Anne Sullivan subsequently helped Helen Keller through Radcliffe College, but Helen took her final exams alone and graduated with honors. 8. She and Helen lived together for many years. Have you ever known a more loyal teacher? Week 25Day 4Correct

250 9. As an adult, Keller worked to help the handicapped, so she gived lectures lobbied congress and wrote books. 10. She also did sustantial work with servicemans who were blinded during world war II. Week 25Day 5

251 9. As an adult, Keller worked to help the handicapped, so she gave lectures, lobbied Congress, and wrote books. 10. She also did substantial work with servicemen who were blinded during World War II. Week 25Day 5Correct

252 1. When Tim and me started to study spanish this year we became interested in writers of hispanic descent. 2. We have began to read stories by Gary Soto and Sandra Cisneros but we cant choose a favorite among those two. Week 26Day 1

253 1. When Tim and I started to study Spanish this year, we became interested in writers of Hispanic descent. 2. We have begun to read stories by Gary Soto and Sandra Cisneros, but we can’t choose a favorite between those two. Week 26Day 1Correct

254 3. The library has ackwired these three volume of Sotos poetry The Tale of Sunlight Black Hair and Where Sparrows Work Hard. 4. I have rekwested the first volume, which includes poems about his childhood in Californias san joaquin valley. Week 26Day 2

255 3. The library has acquired these three volumes of Soto’s poetry: The Tale of Sunlight, Black Hair, and Where Sparrows Work Hard. (these are books of poems) 4. I have requested the first volume, which includes poems about his childhood in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Week 26Day 2Correct

256 5. Because my sister bethany loves being losed in a fat novel she don’t read many short stories. 6. She has fell in love however with Gary Soto’s collection of stories, Baseball in april and other stories. Week 26Day 3

257 5. Because my sister Bethany loves being lost in a fat novel, she doesn’t read many short stories. 6. She has fallen in love, however, with Gary Soto’s collection of stories, Baseball in April and Other Stories. Week 26Day 3Correct

258 7. Aren’t Sandra Cisneros the author of that seqence of stories called The House on Mango Street. 8. I did’nt think I’d be to thrilled but I loved those stories about her friends childhood family and neighbors. Week 26Day 4

259 7. Isn’t Sandra Cisneros the author of that sequence of stories called The House on Mango Street? 8. I didn't think I’d be too thrilled, but I loved those stories about her friends, childhood, family, and neighbors. Week 26Day 4Correct

260 9. Neither Soto nor Cisneros hesitate to use spanish words in stories, both Tim and I enjoy the opportunity to learn new words. 10. We have all came to the same conclusion, the work of both writers delight and enrich us. Week 26Day 5

261 9. Neither Soto nor Cisneros hesitates to use Spanish words in stories; both Tim and I enjoy the opportunity to learn new words. 10. We have all come to the same conclusion; the work of both writers delights and enriches us. Week 26Day 5Correct

262 1. In the second half of the twentieth century a new category of fiction young adult books were created. 2. Of course books written for young peoples exist before then but the label did’nt. Week 27Day 1

263 Week 27Day 1 Correct 1. In the second half of the twentieth century, a new category of fiction, young adult books, was created. 2. Of course, books written for young people existed before then, but the label didn’t.

264 3. Ursula Le guin, who adults associate with science fiction, has written young adult fantasies about the world of earthsea. 4. Earthsea is most familiar to some teens than europe is. A map of it’s islands are in each novel. Week 27Day 2

265 Week 27Day 2 Correct 3. Ursula Le Guin, whom adults associate with science fiction, has written young adult fantasies about the world of Earthsea. 4. Earthsea is more familiar to some teens than Europe is. A map of its islands is in each novel.

266 5. Le Guins A Wizard of Earthsea emfasizes that power demands responsibility but it’s message are woven into a great story. 6. If you looking for a good book try this story of a wizard whom absorbs that filosophy as he studies magic. Week 27Day 3

267 Week 27Day 3 Correct 5. Le Guin’s A Wizard of Earthsea emphasizes that power demands responsibility, but its message is woven into a great story. 6. If you are looking for a good book, try this story of a wizard who absorbs that philosophy as he studies magic.

268 7. Jake chosed A Wizard of Earthsea as his favorite book, he says hes read it five times and planning to read it again. 8. Jake also yearns to learn the language of hardic, to attend roke school, and to sail around the region named the east reach. Week 27Day 4

269 Week 27Day 4Correct 7. Jake chose A Wizard of Earthsea as his favorite book. He says he’s read it five times and is planning to read it again. 8. Jake also yearns to learn the language of Hardic, to attend Roke School, and to sail around the region named The East Reach.

270 9. I been reading A Wizard of Earthsea but Im only up to Chapter 6 Hunted. 10. When I finish, I plan to announce my feat triumfantly to Olga. She cant set still long enough to read a poem! Week 27Day 5

271 Week 27Day 5 Correct 9. I’ve been reading A Wizard of Earthsea, but I’m only up to Chapter 6 “Hunted.” 10. When I finish, I plan to announce my feat triumphantly to Olga. She can’t sit still long enough to read a poem!

272 1. Both Maxine Hong Kingston and Laurence Yep was born in california but both use their chinese heritage in they’re writing. 2. Both for example has written about the ruff lives of the chinese who build the railroads in the west. Week 28Day 1

273 Week 28Day 1 Correct 1. Both Maxine Hong Kingston and Laurence Yep were born in California, but both use their Chinese heritage in their writing. 2. Both, for example, have written about the rough lives of the Chinese who built the railroads in the West.

274 3. Kingston and Yep conscious blend myth history and autobiography in they’re books. 4. Both also explores the conflict among the values of the east and those of the west. Week 28Day 2

275 Week 28Day 2 Correct 3. Kingston and Yep consciously blend myth, history, and autobiography in their books. 4. Both also explore the conflict between the values of the East and those of the West.

276 5. Marta and me begun by reading Yeps books for childs. 6. Then i graduate to his books for young adults and continued with Kingstons The Woman Warrior, with it’s universal appeal. Week 28Day 3

277 Week 28Day 3 Correct 5. Marta and I began by reading Yep’s books for children. 6. Then I graduated to his books for young adults and continued with Kingston’s The Woman Warrior, with its universal appeal.

278 7. In addition to ethnic stories Laurence Yep also writes true great science fiction, such as his novel Sweetwater. 8. Dr Yeps book enchanted marta and I. It had tuff Earth colonists underwater Silkies and native Argans. Week 28Day 4

279 Week 28Day 4 Correct 7. In addition to ethnic stories, Laurence Yep also writes truly great science fiction, such as his novel Sweetwater. 8. Dr. Yep’s book enchanted Marta and me. It had tough Earth colonists, underwater Silkies, and native Argans.

280 9. Is The Woman Warrior a novel or an autobiography. Whatever it is it rises interesting questions. 10. Author Maxine Hong Kingston, who’s storytelling is superb, evokes lafter tears joy and despair. Week 28Day 5

281 Week 28Day 5 Correct 9. Is The Woman Warrior a novel or an autobiography? Whatever it is, it raises interesting questions. 10. Author Maxine Hong Kingston, whose storytelling is superb, evokes laughter, tears, joy, and despair.

282 1. Louisa M Alcott lived most of her life in concord and Boston, she died in Boston on March at age fifty five. 2. Alcott wrote several books unonymously but her first success were Hospital Sketches, based on her nursing experiences during the civil war. Week 29Day 1

283 Week 29Day 1 Correct 1. Louisa M. Alcott lived most of her life in Concord and Boston. She died in Boston on March 6, 1888, at age fifty-five. 2. Alcott wrote several books anonymously, but her first success was Hospital Sketches, based on her nursing experiences during the Civil War.

284 3. Alcott never married and from a young age she supported her family by teaching writing and doing menial jobs. 4. Although her and her family truly loved each other I wonder if she was ever happy? Week 29Day 2

285 Week 29Day 2 Correct 3. Alcott never married, and from a young age she supported her family by teaching, writing, and doing menial jobs. 4. Although she and her family truly loved each other, I wonder if she was ever happy.

286 5. Alcotts Father was an educator for who literature for young people seem important. 6. Louisas books fitted his purpose, though her later ones aren’t to interesting to modern reader. Week 29Day 3

287 Week 29Day 3 Correct 5. Alcott’s father was an educator for whom literature for young people seemed important. 6. Louisa’s books fit his purpose, though her later ones aren’t too interesting to modern readers.

288 7. “Little Women in some ways re-creates the Alcotts own family life said ms. Harris.” 8. She added “this article compares annecdotes from the novel with things Alcott’s sisters and her really did. Week 29Day 4

289 Week 29Day 4 Correct 7. “Little Women in some ways re-creates the Alcotts’ own family life,” said Ms. Harris. 8. She added, “This article compares anecdotes from the novel with things Alcott’s sisters and she really did.”

290 9. Because Trish and me love Louisa May Alcott’s books we started the Jo March book club here at school. 10. We are extreme synpathetic to Jos early writing efforts because we wants to be writers to. Week 29Day 5

291 Week 29Day 5 Correct 9. Because Trish and I love Louisa May Alcott’s books, we started the Jo March Book Club here at school. 10. We are extremely sympathetic to Jo’s early writing efforts because we want to be writers too.

292 1. I just read A Tree grows in Brooklyn the book my Sister got for Christmas. It was setting on my desk! 2. The protagunist Francie Nolan inspires empaty. She is a girl whom is trying to find herself. Week 30Day 1

293 Week 30Day 1Correct 1. I just read A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, the book my sister got for Christmas. It was setting on my desk! 2. The protagonist, Francie Nolan, inspires empathy. She is a girl who is trying to find herself.

294 3. Although author betty smith growed up in poverty she said she didn’t have no axs to grind in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. 4. nevertheless, her realistic teknique showed Liska and I what life were like in an urban slum. Week 30Day 2

295 Week 30Day 2 Correct 3. Although author Betty Smith grew up in poverty, she said she had no axes to grind in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. 4. Nevertheless, her realistic technique showed Liska and me what life was like in an urban slum.

296 5. When Liska and me read A Tree Grows in Brooklyn we were in aguny, wondering how a family could survive on so little money? 6. One of the familys tricks were to save coins. In a can nailed to the closet floor. Week 30Day 3

297 Week 30Day 3 Correct 5. When Liska and I read A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, we were in agony, wondering how a family could survive on so little money. 6. One of the family’s tricks was to save coins in a can nailed to the closet floor.

298 7. Don’t Francie Nolan the main character of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn inherit her strength and love of beauty from her parents. 8. Francies Mother is the daughter of german immigrants, and her Father’s people are of irish descent. Week 30Day 4

299 Week 30Day 4 Correct 7. Doesn’t Francie Nolan, the main character of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, inherit her strength and love of beauty from her parents? 8. Francie’s mother is the daughter of German immigrants, and her father’s people are of Irish descent.

300 Week 30 Day 5 9. Smiths novel stresses the following important values, love hard work education and decency. 10. Francie’s determination to read every book in the library impressed Liska and I, but she made us feel like patethic lazyboneses.

301 Week 30 Day 5 Correct 9. Smith’s novel stresses the following important values: love, hard work, education, and decency. 10. Francie’s determination to read every book in the library impressed Liska and me, but she made us feel like pathetic lazybones.

302 1. Maybe Paul Bunyan was a physical strong french canadian logger or maybe he was an advertising gimmick. 2. Did you know in 1914 that W B Laughead wrote a Bunyan story for the Red River lumber company. Week 31Day 1

303 Week 31Day 1 Correct 1. Maybe Paul Bunyan was a physically strong French Canadian logger, or maybe he was an advertising gimmick. 2. Did you know the W.B. Laughead wrote a Bunyan story in 1914 for the Red River Lumber Company?

304 3. The popular Paul Bunyan advertising brochure were reissued many times but there’s no records of how good it helped the companys sales. 4. However there’s no doubt that Paul Bunyan stars in every collection of american phenomenons. Week 31Day 2

305 Week 31Day 2 Correct 3. The popular Paul Bunyan advertising brochure were reissued many times, but there are no records of how well it helped the company’s sales. 4. However, there’s no doubt that Paul Bunyan stars in every collection of American phenomenons.

306 5.Bunyans adventures meet the criterias for tall tales, the drag of his pick, for example, created the grand canyon. 6.Another example is the story of the camp cook, who’s griddle was greased by seven boys skating over it with hams tied to they’re foots. Week 31Day 3

307 Week 31Day 3 Correct 5.Bunyan’s adventures meet the criteria for tall tales; the drag of his pick, for example, created the Grand Canyon. 6.Another example is the story of the camp cook, whose griddle was greased by seven boys skating over it with hams tied to their feet.

308 7.If a logging road was crooked Bunyan’s blue ox babe, the strongest of all oxes, would pull it straight. 8.Babe also drunk up all the water in a river, leaving the logs laying in it’s dry bed. Week 31Day 4

309 Week 31Day 4 Correct 7.If a logging road was crooked, Bunyan’s blue ox Babe, the strongest of all oxen, would pull it straight. 8.Babe also drank up all the water in a river, leaving the logs lying in its dry bed.

310 Week 31 Day 5 9. Tony Beaver was Pennsylvanias greatest logger, what would happen to him if him and Paul Bunyan got together. 10. Well in one story, the two heros meeted and discovered they were the same fellow with different names and they bursted out laughing.

311 Week 31 Day 5Correct 9. Tony Beaver was Pennsylvania’s greatest logger. What would happen if he and Paul Bunyan got together? 10. Well, in one story, the two heroes met and discovered they were the same fellow with different names, and they burst out laughing.

312 1. Us students think that even in 1000 b.c., people was setting around telling ghost stories. 2. The stories are often about strange egsperiences that people cant esplain, ghosts provide a answer. Week 32Day 1

313 Week 32Day 1 Correct 1. We students think that even in 1000 B.C., people were sitting around telling ghost stories. 2. The stories are often about strange experiences that people can’t explain; ghosts provide an answer.

314 3.Ghosts don’t have no place in real life but their stories offer us endless thrills chills and shivers. 4.Although ghosts are associated with folklore they also appear in literature, a ghost is one of the characters in William Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet. Week 32Day 2

315 Week 32Day 2 Correct 3.Ghosts have no place in real life, but their stories offer us endless thrills, chills, and shivers. 4.Although ghosts are associated with folklore, they also appear in literature. A ghost is one of the characters in William Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet.

316 Week 32 Day 3 5. This book we has just read Thirteen ghostly yarns features ghost stories by famous authors. 6. Im not eggsagerating to much when I say they given we readers enormous pleasure.

317 Week 32 Day 3Correct 5. This book we have just read, Thirteen Ghostly Yarns, features ghost stories by famous authors. 6. I’m not exaggerating too much when I say they have given us readers enormous pleasure.

318 Week 32 Day 4 7. Everyone enjoying them ghost stories. Were all familiar with Dickens’s ghosts but Poe’s ghost is new to us. 8. It’s a funny story about a ghost who ruins the ezact time of the town clock the pride of a dutch town.

319 Week 32 Day 4Correct 7. Everyone is enjoying those ghost stories. We’re all familiar with Dickens’s ghosts, but Poe’s ghost is new to us. 8. It’s a funny story about a ghost who ruins the exact time of the town clock, the pride of a Dutch town.

320 Week 32 Day 5 9. A Ghost Story, by mark twain, begins with monstrous footsteps clanking chains and dripping blood; but the story ends humorously. 10. That there phantom is the egsausted ghost of the Cardiff Giant the petrified man whose body was laying in a museum.

321 Week 32 Day 5Correct 9. “A Ghost Story,” by Mark Twain, begins with monstrous footsteps, clanking chains, and dripping blood; but the story ends humorously. 10. That phantom is the exhausted ghost of the Cardiff Giant, the petrified man whose body was lying in a museum.

322 1. “My parents have boughten me a collection of Aesop’s fables, do they think I’m still a child”? grumbled Tim. 2. “Well, answered Jen, Carlos and me still enjoy fables, we’ve colaborated on two stories based on them.” Week 33 Day 1

323 Week 33 Day 1 Correct 1. “My parents have bought me a collection of Aesop’s fables. Do they think I’m still a child?” grumbled Tim. 2. “Well,” answered Jen, “Carlos and I still enjoy fables. We’ve collaborated on two stories based on them.”

324 3. Fables, short tales with animals as characters have been discovered in egyptian papyri from 1500 b.c. 4. They are among the easier ways of all to coment on human virtue vice wisdom and folly. Week 33 Day 2

325 Week 33 Day 2 Correct 3. Fables, short tales with animals as characters, have been discovered in Egyptian papyri from 1500 B.C. 4. They are among the easiest ways of all to comment on human virtue, vice, wisdom, and folly.

326 5. Ancient indian fables ilustrate the principles of buddhism, and the japanese included them in official histories of they’re country. 6. Many japanese fables acentuate how the most biggest animal can be outwitted by the most smallest, most cleverest creature of all. Week 33 Day 3

327 Week 33 Day 3 Correct 5. Ancient Indian fables illustrate the principles of Buddhism, and the Japanese included them in official histories of their country. 6. Many Japanese fables accentuate how the biggest animal can be outwitted by the smallest, most clever creature of all.

328 7. “After we divided the fables between all of us students each pair brung props to class and give a skit, said Carlos. 8. “Our skit went pretty good,” said Jen but yours was the more effective of all. Week 33 Day 4

329 Week 33 Day 4 Correct 7. “After we divided the fables between all of us students, each pair brought props to class and gave a skit,” said Carlos. 8. “Our skit went pretty well,” said Jen, “but yours was the most effective of all.”

330 9. I’m glad I read them fables again, because I did my understanding of they’re worth has raised. 10. For example Willy and me know now that the expression “sour grapes” comes from a fable, we never knowed that before. Week 33 Day 5

331 Week 33 Day 5 Correct 9. I’m glad I read those fables again; because I did, my understanding of their worth has risen. 10. For example, Willy and I know now that the expression “sour grapes” comes from a fable. We never knew that before.

332 1. My Father my sister and I followed the old cattle routs on our vacation out west last june. 2. Us tourists picked up this here collection of cowboy stories as a sooveneer, the editors chose the selections good. Week 34 Day 1

333 Week 34 Day 1Correct 1. My father, my sister, and I followed the old cattle routes on our vacation out west last June. 2. We tourists picked up this collection of cowboy stories as a souvenir. The editors chose the selections well.

334 3. Dime novels romanticizing the cowboy appeared in the 1860s but those books never never did have no presteege until Thats when Owen Wister wrote The Virginian the story of a admirable brave and handsome cowboy. Week 34 Day 2

335 Week 34 Day 2 Correct 3. Dime novels romanticizing the cowboy appeared in the 1860s, but those books never had any prestige until That’s when Owen Wister wrote The Virginian, the story of an admirable, brave, and handsome cowboy.

336 5. Many of the characters statements has become clichays. “When you call me that, smile” was first said in The Virginian. 6. I wonder if the characters of a cowardly villain and the pretty teacher comed from that book too? Week 34 Day 3

337 Week 34 Day 3 Correct 5. Many of the characters’ statements have become clichѐs. “When you call me that, smile” was first said in The Virginian. 6. I wonder if the characters of the cowardly villain and the pretty teacher came from that book too.

338 7. Them paintings of cowboys on the job makes a powerful strong statement about the cattle drives. 8. The following artists told the cowboys stories on canvas, Frederic Remington Edward Borein Charles Russell and WHD Koerner. Week 34 Day 4

339 Week 34 Day 4 Correct 7. Those paintings of cowboys on the job make a powerfully strong statement about the cattle drives. 8. The following artists told the cowboys’ stories on canvas: Frederic Remington, Edward Borein, Charles Russell, and W.H.D. Koerner.

340 9. Many of the tales of the west comes from the cowboys themselves without stories and songs, the nights are terrible and lonely. 10. An old saying among cowboys claim that there isn’t no horse that cant be rode, nor a man that cant be throwed. Week 34 Day 5

341 Week 34 Day 5 Correct 9. Many of the tales of the West come from the cowboys themselves; without stories and songs, the nights are terribly lonely. 10. An old saying among cowboys claims that there isn’t a horse that can’t be ridden, nor a man that can’t be thrown.

342 1. “Neither us students nor our teacher know much about the legend of tribes here in the northeast but we plan to learn,” said Kris. 2. Nell added “one plan are to invite some algonquins who we know to tell us stories of the hero, Glooscap.” Week 35 Day 1

343 Week 35 Day 1 Correct 1. “Neither we students nor our teacher knows much about the legends of tribes here in the Northeast, but we plan to learn,” said Kris. 2. Nell added, “One plan is to invite some Algonquins whom we know to tell us stories of the hero, Glooscap.”

344 3. Although many Native American folk tales have been published there is no gooder way to experience it than to hear it. 4. Storytelling is still important of course in sweat lodges at powwows and during ceremonial dances. Week 35 Day 2

345 Week 35 Day 2 Correct 3. Although many Native American folk tales have been published, there is no better way to experience them than to hear them. 4. Storytelling is still important, of course, in sweat lodges, at powwows, and during ceremonial dances.

346 5. Many tribes i believe tell stories of young people whom go on quests to find they’re guardian spirits. 6. Some of them has disasterous experiences but most succeed triumphant. Week 35 Day 3

347 Week 35 Day 3 Correct 5. Many tribes, I believe, tell stories of young people who go on quests to find their guardian spirits. 6. Some of them have disastrous experiences, but most succeed triumphantly.

348 7. In lakota legend, a messenger of the Creator gave peoples the medicine pipe and learned them sevral sacred ceremonies. 8. She turned into four buffalo calves before disappearing: first a black one, second a yellow one, third a red one, and fourth a white one. Week 35 Day 4

349 Week 35 Day 4 Correct 7. In Lakota legend, a messenger of the Creator gave people the medicine pipe and taught them several sacred ceremonies. 8. She turned into four buffalo calves before disappearing: first, a black one; second, a yellow one; third, a red one; and fourth, a white one.

350 9. “Mr Sandrunner aren’t Coyote a frequent character in native american folklore” asked Nell? 10. “Yes sometimes he is the mischievious trickster and sometimes he is quite a hero” answered mr. Sandrunner. Week 35 Day 5

351 Week 35 Day 5 Correct 9. “Mr. Sandrunner, isn’t Coyote a frequent character in Native American folklore?” asked Nell. 10. “Yes, sometimes he is the mischievous trickster, and sometimes he is quite a hero,” answered Mr. Sandrunner.

352 1. Tipically folk tales are transmited orally or written unonymously. So how are they colected. 2. Some are akwired direct from exsperts, others are conpiled from old referrence works. Week 36 Day 1

353 Week 36 Day 1 Correct 1. Typically, folk tales are transmitted orally or written anonymously. So how are they collected? 2. Some are acquired directly from experts; others are compiled from old reference works.

354 3. Oliver La Farge and Joseph Campbell was two researchers for who the passion for native american lore burned bright. 4. La Farge learned from his Father’s sustantial forest lore and Campbell read every book he could find. Week 36 Day 2

355 Week 36 Day 2 Correct 3. Oliver La Farge and Joseph Campbell were two researchers for whom the passion for Native American lore burned brightly. 4. La Farge learned from his father’s substantial forest lore, and Campbell read every book he could find.

356 5. Oliver La Farge winned awards for the following works, the short story Haunted Ground and the novel Laughing Boy 6. He also imersed himself in national affairs and becomed a tuff advocate for american indian rights. Week 36 Day 3

357 Week 36 Day 3 Correct 5. Oliver La Farge won awards for the following works: the short story “Haunted Ground” and the novel Laughing Boy. 6. He also immersed himself in national affairs and became a tough advocate for American Indian Rights.

358 7. As children Pam and I were intrested in fables, however, we are now intriged by mythical phenomenons. 8. Our studies leaded Pam and I to Joseph Campbell the well known expert in these particular subject. Week 36 Day 4

359 Week 36 Day 4 Correct 7. As children, Pam and I were interested in fables; however, we are now intrigued by mythical phenomena. 8. Our studies led Pam and me to Joseph Campbell, the well-known expert in this particular subject.

360 9. One of Campbells recuring interests were quest stories which he explored in The hero with a thousand Faces. 10. Because of his interest in myth Campbell also studied archaeology filosophy religious history and art history. Week 36 Day 5

361 Week 36 Day 5 Correct 9. One of Campbell’s recurring interests was quest stories, which he explored in The Hero with a Thousand Faces. 10. Because of his interest in myth, Campbell also studied archaeology, philosophy, religious history, and art history.


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