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7 Week 9 Astute (adj): clever; shrewd; not easily fooled Adv: astutely N: astuteness
Avert (v): to turn away; to prevent N: aversion Adj: avertable, avertible
Presume (v): to take for granted; assume; suppose; to do with boldness or without permission Adj: presumptuous Adv: presumptously Adv: presumedly
Upright (adj): vertical; righteous, honest, just Adv: uprightly N: uprightness
Tamper (v): to meddle, especially to damage; to make changes especially to falsify Adj: tampered N: tamperer
Hybrid (n): offspring of two different breeds or varieties; something coming from a combination different sources Adj: describing something coming from different sources
Gratify (v): to give pleasure to; to satisfy N: gratification Adj: gratifiable
Simple Sentence: a sentence made up of only on independent clause. – Careful! It may still have other phrases in it!
8 Week 4 Fastidious (adj): very particular or demanding; hard to please; requiring great care Adv: fastidiously N: fastidiousness.
8 Week 3 Adept (adj): very good something requiring skill or dexterity; expert Adv: adeptly N: adeptness.
Simple and Compound Sentences. Then just add modifiers!
Clauses and Phrases Quick recap from Day 1. Clauses and phrases Clauses and phrases are groups of words Clauses have a subject and verb.
SAT Vocabulary 1 Define the following terms based on the part of speech provided. Provide all definitions listed in the dictionary. Also, write out the.
7 Week 10 Blatant (adj): obvious; conspicuous Adv: blatantly N: blatancy.
Jumpstart Write 2 sentences about amendments made to the constitution using an adjective clause in each Take out vocab sentences to turn in (last week’s.
Unit 5 Simple Present, Time Clauses, Used To, and Would.
AWL, Sublist 1. assessment (n) PRONUNCIATION: asSESment DEFINITION: measurement; evaluation; giving a value to something SYNONYM(S): appraisal; evaluation;
DGP – SENTENCE 1 Day 1 Punctuation and Capitalization.
TAKING LIFE FOR GRANTED James 4: Taking Life For Granted We are continuing our series on the book of James Tonight we pick up towards the end.
DGP #5 that is a very loud boat something must be wrong with it 1.Correct grammar, punctuation, spelling. 2.Write the sentence VERTICALLY and label the.
Vocabulary Unit 3 Words th Grade. You can singe your eyebrows if you get too close to a fire. Be careful! SingeSinge: (v.) to burn slightly;
There are 3 Kinds of Sentences Today we are going to talk about three kinds of sentences This will help you learn where to use commas and semicolons in.
DGP: D AILY G RAMMAR P RACTICE We will complete DGP every other week. You will use the same sentence all week, and on Friday there will be summative assessment.
Phrases Infinitives. Verbal phrase (word that is usually a verb) that begins with the word “to” Can function as a noun, adjective, or adverb Ex: Eileen.
DAILY GRAMMAR PRACTICE (DGP) MYP Honors English 2B Sentence 12.
Vocabulary List #9 1.averted (v): to turn away, or aside. Example: The movie was so scary for Josh that he averted his eyes from the screen. 2.avaricious.
8 th Grade Grammar Vocabulary and Notes. Instructions for Grammar Lessons Every time we have a grammar lesson you are expected to take notes. Since you.
SENTENCE VARIETY= SUCCESS WRITING Writers often use a subject + verb + object pattern. EX: Amy threw the ball. * Our goal = consistently apply, and vary,
Write a paragraph about your favorite food containing the following sentence types: 1 simple sentence. 1 sentence that starts with a dependent clause.
STUDY SKILLS AGENDA -Subject/Predicate -Phrases -Independent and Dependent Clauses.
Voc, Vert, Verse to turn to change. avert (verb) to turn away or aside (as the eyes) in avoidance Chelsea averted her eyes from her mom.
Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
Adjective Clauses Groups of words that act as adjectives to describe or identify a noun. These clauses follow the noun and begin with relative pronouns.
Heredity The passing of traits from parent to offspring Traits: physical characteristics of an organism –Example: eye color, hair color, & height.
7 Week 12 Distraught (adj): very upset; deeply agitated; crazed Adv: distraughtly.
WEEK 1 You have 10 seconds to name…
Sentence types By: Courtney Smith. Simple The first of 4 sentence types is simple. A simple sentence has one subject-verb phrase. Example: The girl.
Sentence Diagramming Every sentence, no matter what, has a verb phrase (VP) and noun phrase (NP). – Ex: Sam jumped. Sam (NP) jumped (VP). As sentences.
Clauses Independent/Subordinate Adjectives. Kinds of Clauses Independent Clauses Expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a simple sentence.
Diagramming sentences. simple subjects and simple predicates #1 SUBJECT: tells what a sentence is about PREDICATE: says something about the subject Example:
Thursday Review: What are the three sentence structures covered so far this week?
Daily Grammar Week 2. Monday: identify parts of speech: noun, pronoun(type and case), verb(type and tense), adverb, adjective, preposition, conjunction(type)
Simple Sentences. Simple Sentence: A sentence that is made up of 1 Independent Clause. (A single adult – so lonely).
D AILY G RAMMAR P RACTICE (DGP) MYP Honors English 1B Sentence 6.
TheMartianvisitorswillhavelandedbyThursday. Parts of Speech Parts of Sentence Phrases Clauses adj n vvvprepn subject ---- predicate ---- prep. phrase one.
8 Week 13 Articulate (v): to pronounce or explain clearly (adj): capable of speaking well and clearly N: articulation Adv: articulately.
to learn meanings of unfamiliar words to find correct spellings to find out how to correctly use a word – as what part of speech to find the pronunciation.
COMPLEX Sentences. RATIONALE If you use simple, compound, and complex sentences your writing will become more INTERESTING.
Parts of Speech By: Miaya Nischelle Sample. NOUN A noun is a person place or thing.
Integrating Technology into Developmental Writing Sentence Patterns.
Phrases and Clauses THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF SENTENCES.
DGP – SENTENCE 12 Day 1 Punctuation and Capitalization.
By: Jordan Gunn. Exclamatory Declaration Imperative Interrogative Fragment A part of a sentence An sentence that is a command and ends with a. A sentence.
Sentence Structure Ch. 7 p What is sentence structure? The structure of a sentence refers to the kinds and number of clauses it contains. There.
Aim: Compound Inequalities Course: Adv. Alg. & Trig. Aim: How do we solve compound inequalities? Do Now:
Conjunction A conjunction is a compound statement formed by combining two simple sentences using the word “AND”. A conjunction is only true when both.
ESLG 320 Ch. 12 A little grammar language…. Parts of Speech Noun: a person/place/thing/idea Verb: an action or a state of being Adjective: a word.
UNIT OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to use prepositions to describe location of objects and give directions. Prepositions & Prepositional Phrases.
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