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1 Please come in, sit in your assigned seat, and open your binder to your “Warm-Ups” Section, with a writing utensil, ready to go. BY TODAY YOU SHOULD HAVE A BINDER! SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS ARE NOT SUFFICIENT!

2 At 9 feet tall and 1,700 pounds the Alaskan brown bare it’s the largest carnivore that lifes on land. At 9 feet tall and 1,700 pounds, the Alaskan brown bear is the largest carnivore that lives on land. ANSWER Incorrect: Correct:

3 The brown recluse spider which is a poisonous spider found in the United States have fangs six eyes and a violin shaped mark on its back. The brown recluse spider, which is a poisonous spider found in the United States, has fangs, six eyes, and a violin-shaped mark on its back. ANSWER Incorrect: Correct:

4 Pet iguanas likes to sit in high places however it is still a surprise when 1 jumps on your head. Pet iguanas like to sit in high places; however, it is still a surprise when one jumps on your head. ANSWER

5 Allowing species to become extinct is a big risk its imposible for us to know which missing species will upset the whole balence of the earth. Allowing species to become extinct is a big risk; it’s impossible for us to know which missing species will upset the whole balance of the Earth. ANSWER

6 The Taenaris macrops butterfly which feeds on ripe bananas has eyespots on it’s wings that flash like the eyes of a predater. The Taenaris macrops butterfly, which feeds on ripe bananas, has eyespots on its wings that flash like the eyes of a predator. ANSWER

7 Oxygen was descovered in 1772 by the Sweedish chemist, Carl Scheele, but he withheld the information until 2 years later when Joseph Priestly make the same descovery. Oxygen was discovered in 1772 by the Swedish chemist Carl Scheele, but he withheld the information until two years later when Joseph Priestly made the same discovery. ANSWER

8 On our camping trip to Wash their were trails to hike lakes to kayak and mountains to clime. On our camping trip to Washington, there were trails to hike, lakes to kayak, and mountains to climb. ANSWER

9 If someone took away all of your senses sight touch hearing smell taste what do you think life would be like. If someone took away all of your senses (sight, touch, hearing, smell, taste), what do you think your life would be like? ANSWER

10 The Minoan civilizashun which lasted for 2000 years on the island of Crete developed a rich and prosperous culture beginning around 6000 BCE. The Minoan civilization, which lasted for 2,000 years on the island of Crete, developed a rich and prosperous culture beginning around 6,000 B.C.E. ANSWER

11 PARAGRAPH CORRECTION : A Good Pet?

12 Hey Amanda asked Steven Baron Sr. as we unpacked did you forget the grapes. You forgot the T shirts, too? Oh, brother “Hey, Amanda,” asked Steven Baron, Sr., as we unpacked, “did you forget the grapes? You forgot the T-shirts, too? Oh, brother!” ANSWER

13 She closed the book and looked at the clock she had finished reading The Elder Brothers at exactly 1200 AM. She closed the book and looked at the clock; she had finished reading The Elder Brothers at exactly 12:00 am. ANSWER

14 The lungfish an unusual animal has both lungs and gills therefore it can breath eather underwater or on land. The lungfish, an unusual animal, has both lungs and gills; therefore, it can breathe either underwater or on land. ANSWER

15 Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter wrote the song Here Comes Sunshine; my friends and I who heard it preformed on July in Irvine California loved Robben Ford’s rendition. Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter wrote the song “Here Comes Sunshine”; my friends and I, who heard it performed on July 2, 1999, in Irvine, California, loved Robben Ford’s rendition. ANSWER

16 Have you ever been to Persia. asked Henry. No I haven't, said Bill and it is not called Persia now. What is it called now, inquired Jane. "Have you ever been to Persia?" asked Henry. "No, I haven't," said Bill, "and it is not called Persia now." "What is it called now?" inquired Jane. ANSWER

17 Holistic medicine which includes treatments such as acupuncture and aromatherapy focuses on treating the hole person body and mind rather then just the effected part. Holistic medicine, which includes treatments such as acupuncture and aromatherapy, focuses on treating the whole person – body and mind – rather than just the affected part. ANSWER

18 The sun was just slipping below the horizon when aunt Nakki who had ridden her camel from the sultry areas to the south. Arrived at our camp near Siwa egypt. The sun was just slipping below the horizon when Aunt Nakki, who had ridden her camel from the sultry areas to the south, arrived at our camp near Siwa, Egypt. ANSWER

19 About 500 or so less than healthy hedgehogs are brought to lincolnshire’s hedgehog hospital each year. Where 70 percent are helped and returned to the wild. About 500 or so less-than-healthy hedgehogs are brought to Lincolnshire’s Hedgehog Hospital each year where 70 percent are helped and returned to the wild. ANSWER

20 The first five books of the hebrew bible the torah. Contane the laws of judaism and the early history of the jewish people. The first five books of the Hebrew Bible, the Torah, contain the laws of Judaism and the early history of the Jewish people. ANSWER

21 PARAGRAPH CORRECTION: A Groundbreaking Story

22 In his book “things fall apart.” Chinua achebe relates the story of a beautiful fascinating african culture that has all but disapeared. In his book Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe relates the story of a beautiful, fascinating African culture that has all but disappeared. ANSWER

23 At first, passengers on the titanic paid no attention to the emergency siren, they thought it was a false alarm. At first, passengers on the Titanic paid no attention to the emergency siren; they thought it was a false alarm. ANSWER

24 Tom dempsey of the new orleans saints was born with only half a right root, in 1970 he kicked the longest feild goal in pro football history 63 yards. Tom Dempsey of the New Orleans Saints was born with only half a right foot, but in 1970 he kicked the longest field goal in pro football history: 63 yards. ANSWER

25 The cactus finch which lives on the galapagos islands displays a trait rarely seen in birds, it uses a cactus spine to dig for insects in trees and cacti. The Cactus Finch, which lives on the Galapagos Islands, displays a trait rarely seen in birds; it uses a cactus spine to dig for insects in trees and cacti. ANSWER

26 Kitty hawk is the name of a town. It is the town where orville and wilbur wright made the first powered airplane flite, it was also the name of the first hot-air baloon to fly nonstop from the west coast to the east coast. Kitty Hawk is the name of the town where Orville and Wilbur Wright made the first powered airplane flight; it was also the name of the first hot-air balloon to fly nonstop from the West Coast to the East Coast. ANSWER

27 Teak loggers in myanmar use elefants to move the logs because elefants are cheaper than other transporting methods, they dont require forest damaging roads. Teak loggers in Myanmar use elephants to move the logs because elephants are cheaper than other transporting methods, and they don’t require forest-damaging roads. ANSWER

28 In 1957, tennis player Althea Gibson won the womans championship at Wimbledon later that year, she became the 1 st African American woman to win the us open. In 1957, tennis player Althea Gibson won the women’s championship at Wimbledon; later that year, she became the first African American woman to win the US Open. ANSWER

29 Attendence at the soccer game on Sept. 3 was 10379, approximately twenty percent were between 8 and sixteen year’s old. Attendance at the soccer game on September 3 was 10,379; approximately 20 percent were between 8 and 16 years old. ANSWER

30 The woman had been heading s.w. on Hwy. forty-nine, traveling at only 50 miles p.h., however, she lost control of her vehicle and nearly hit a three year old child. The woman had been heading southwest on Highway 49, traveling at only 50 mph; however, she lost control of her vehicle and nearly hit a three-year-old child. ANSWER

31 PARAGRAPH CORRECTION The “Unsinkable” Titanic

32 The impact of the automobile on life in the U.S. isnt all positive: streetes arent safe for pedestrians, deers and other animals are killed in tremendous amounts on roades, and polution from car emissions harms everyone. The impact of the automobile on life in the United States isn’t all positive: streets aren’t safe for pedestrians, deer and other animals are killed in tremendous numbers on roads, and pollution from car emissions harms everyone. ANSWER

33 Its interesting to visit another country such as Mex. Or Can. And check out the differences among it and your own country everything from traffic rules to dining habites. It’s interesting to visit another country such as Mexico or Canada and check out the differences between it and your own country – everything from traffic rules to dining habits. ANSWER

34 The piaroa tribe in venezuela has an interesting custom, on special occassions, they roast spiders the size of dinner plates. The Piaroa tribe in Venezuela has an interesting custom. On special occasions, they roast spiders the size of dinner plates. ANSWER

35 The speed of sound Mach 1 can be reached at sea level at around 742 mp hour at 36,000 feet the speed of sound becomes 661 mp hour. The speed of sound, Mach 1, can be reached at sea level at around 742 mph. At 36,000 feet, the speed of sound becomes 661 mph. ANSWER

36 John Muir decided to become a naturalist at the age of 30 and he hiked from the midwest to the gulf of mexico to acquaint himself with the land and his writings inspired the development of national parks in the U.S. John Muir decided to become a naturalist at the age of 30. He hiked from the Midwest to the Gulf of Mexico to acquaint himself with the land, and his writings inspired the development of national parks in the United States. ANSWER

37 In 1875, Matthew Webb of great britain became the first person to swim across the english channel which lies between england and france and he arrived in france 21 hours and 45 minutes after he left england. In 1875, Matthew Webb of Great Britain became the first person to swim across the English Channel, which lies between England and France. He arrived in France 21 hours and 45 minutes after he left England. ANSWER

38 It should of been obvious when you visited that lassie is the greatest dog in the world not only does she hang out with us but she loves to wrestle when she’s finally tired lassie will take a nap with her head on your lap. It should have been obvious when you visited that Lassie is the greatest dog in the world. Not only does she hang out with us, but she loves to wrestle. When she’s finally tired, Lassie will take a nap with her head on your lap. ANSWER

39 Whenever the neighbor’s dog trespasses on our lawn, my Mom likes to recite this line from a Robert Frost poem to my brother and I: good fences make good neighbors. Whenever the neighbor’s dog trespasses on our lawn, my mom likes to recite this line from a Robert Frost poem to my brother and me: “Good fences make good neighbors.” ANSWER

40 In many companys everyone, including the President, takes their turn at making coffee. In many companies everyone, including the president, takes his or her turn at making coffee. ANSWER

41 PARAGRAPH CORRECTION Channel Crossings

42 Her and me are researching the peace corps which was established in 1961 by president Kennedy to see how it has changed since their early days. She and I are researching the Peace Corps, which was established in 1961 by President Kennedy, to see how it has changed since its early days. ANSWER

43 Its not a question of who’s water balloon it is, it’s the mere fact that someone left their water balloon on the seat of my chair said Ramon. “It’s not a question of whose water balloon it is; it’s the mere fact that someone left his or her water balloon on the seat of my chair,” said Ramon. ANSWER

44 The clavicle, or collarbone, is the most frequently broken bone in the body. Because they’re a relatively thin bone, and often involved in shoulder injuries. The clavicle, or collarbone, is the most frequently broken bone in the body because it’s a relatively thin bone and often involved in shoulder injuries. ANSWER

45 My class read Jimmy Santiago Baca’s poem Fall, which I found very pleasant, and they did by the way inspire me to write a beutifull poem myself. My class read Jimmy Santiago Baca’s poem “Fall,” which I found very pleasant, and it did, by the way, inspire me to write a beautiful poem myself. ANSWER

46 Though icebergs are found in saltwater seas they are formed from freshwater and are well known sources of drinking water for parched sailors. Though icebergs are found in saltwater seas, icebergs are formed from freshwater and are well-known sources of drinking water for parched sailors. ANSWER

47 In 365 Amazing Days in Sports he takes a day- by-day look at sports in history. [The author of this book is Eric Sherman.] In 365 Amazing Days in Sports, Eric Sherman takes a day-by-day look at sports in history. ANSWER

48 More than 50 times a year, lightning strikes the empire state building, it causes an average of 400 deaths and 1000 injuries every year. More than 50 times a year, lightning strikes the Empire State Building. Lightning causes an average of 400 deaths and 1,000 injuries every year. ANSWER

49 A panophobe (in Greek, “pan” means “all” and “phobia” means “fear”) is a person whom fears everything they would probably not be alot of fun to be around. A panophobe (in Greek, “pan” means “all” and “phobia” means “fear”) is a person who fears everything. He or she would probably not be a lot of fun to be around. ANSWER

50 Mrs Rabon decided to assign us homework everyday and they didn’t care if it made our lifes miserable. Mrs. Rabon decided to assign us homework every day, and she didn’t care if it made our lives miserable. ANSWER

51 PARAGRAPH CORRECTION In a Day’s Work

52 Most american car horns beeps in the key of F, a listener with a good ear can tell a domestic made car from a foreign made car by listening to its horn. Most American car horns beep in the key of F. A listener with a good ear can tell a domestic- made car from a foreign-made car by listening to its horn. ANSWER

53 Unusuall and comical is the kinds of stories that her and me like best. Unusual and comical are the kinds of stories that she and I like best. ANSWER

54 Neither Arlo nor Scott are willing to continue painting the fense while you just set there. Neither Arlo nor Scott is willing to continue painting the fence while you just sit there. ANSWER

55 Playwright William Shakespeare and mystery novelist Agatha Christie is the english authors. Who’s works have been most translated into other languages. Playwright William Shakespeare and mystery novelist Agatha Christie are the English authors whose works have been most translated into other languages. ANSWER

56 Is a elephant the only creature besides primates who have 4 appendages with hinge joints? Is an elephant the only creature besides primate that have four appendages with hinge joints? ANSWER

57 Tatooing the art of making designs on the face and body by inserting dye under the skin is practiced in egypt before 1300 b.c.e. Tattooing, the art of making designs on the face and body by inserting dye under the skin, was practiced in Egypt before 1300 BCE. ANSWER

58 Gone with the Wind the only book ever written by Margaret Mitchell was published in 1937 and sells 1,500,000 copies in its first year, it weighed three pounds ran 1,037 pages, and sells for three dollars. Gone with the Wind, the only book ever written by Margaret Mitchell, was published in 1937 and sold 1.5 million copies in its first year. It weighed three pounds, ran 1,037 pages, and sold for $3.00. ANSWER

59 Baskitball All-Star Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 pts. in one game on March , in the same year he scores 4029 pts, a record far from being matched. Basketball All-Star Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in one game on March 2, In the same year, he scores 4,029 points, a record far from being matched. ANSWER

60 Cars my Mother exclaimed when our car dies its third death in a month. “you can’t live with them and you can’t live without them”. “Cars!” my mother exclaimed when our car died its third death in a month. “You can’t live with them and you can’t live without them.” ANSWER

61 PARAGRAPH CORRECTION Tell Me a Story

62 The hawaiian word Aloha and the hebrew word Shalom means both hello and good-bye. The Hawaiian word “aloha” and the Hebrew word “shalom” mean both hello and good-bye. ANSWER

63 When swallowing, both toads and frogs close its eyes tightly, this action presses the roofs of there mouths onto there tongues, pushing the food into there digestive tracks. When swallowing, both toads and frogs close their eyes tightly. This action presses the roofs of their mouths onto their tongues, pushing the food into their digestive tracks. ANSWER

64 Teenagers are 50% most likely to catch colds then people over 50 are, also, people who are basically good are least likely to get sick then those who are run-down. Teenagers are 50 percent more likely to catch colds than people over 50 are. Also, people who are basically well are less likely to get sick than those who are run-down. ANSWER

65 In human beings the indentation between the nose and the upper lip is called the philtrum but don’t nobody knows it’s purpose or if it’s real necessary. In human beings, the indentation between the nose and the upper lip is called the philtrum, but nobody knows its purpose or if it’s really necessary. ANSWER

66 Catgut the tough thread used for tennis-rackit strings and surgical sutures isn’t never made from out of cat intestines, sheep and horse intestines are used instead. Catgut, the tough thread used for tennis-racket strings and surgical sutures, isn’t made from cat intestines; sheep and horse intestines are used instead. ANSWER

67 Kentucky bluegrass is the popularest lawn grass. Because it grows even and thrives in just about any climate. Kentucky bluegrass is the most popular lawn grass because it grows evenly and thrives in just about any climate. ANSWER

68 Looking from outer space the only man-made structure that can be seen is the 3500 mile great wall of china. Looking from outer space, astronauts report that the only man-made structure that can be seen is the 3,500-mile Great Wall of China. ANSWER

69 While reading a book about magicians Harry Houdini the great escape artist died of an acute appendicitis attack on halloween of 1926 I learned. While reading a book about magicians, I learned that Harry Houdini, the great escape artist, died of an acute appendicitis attack on Halloween of ANSWER

70 The a.m. Andre painted a real life-like picture of our dog still wearing his pajamas. This morning Andre, still wearing his pajamas, painted a really life-like picture of our dog. ANSWER

71 PARAGRAPH CORRECTION The Fatal Moment

72 Environmental problems such as ozone depletion acid rain overflowing landfills and oil spills effect everyone. Because we all share one earth. Environmental problems such as ozone depletion, acid rain, overflowing landfills, and oil spills affect everyone because we all share one Earth. ANSWER

73 The highest scoring basketball game in history ocurred in When the detroit pistons beat the denver nuggets, The highest-scoring basketball game in history occurred in 1983 when the Detroit Pistons beat the Denver Nuggets, ANSWER

74 The term disc jockey made its first appearance in Variety magazine in 1937 as a name for radio announcers. Which stayed up all night “riding” discs, or records. The term “disc jockey” made its first appearance in Variety magazine in 1937 as a name for radio announcers who stayed up all night “riding” discs or records. ANSWER

75 One address you can use to right to amnesty International a nobel prize-winning activist organization is Northeast regional office 58 Day Street Somerville MA One address you can use to write to Amnesty International, a Nobel Prize-winning activist organization, is Northeast Regional Office 58 Day Street, Somerville, MA ANSWER

76 A home plate in baseball is a small pentagon the pentagon in washington d.c. which houses the United States department of defense is a large pentagon. A home plate in baseball is a small pentagon. The Pentagon in Washington, DC, which houses the United States Department of Defense, is a large pentagon. ANSWER

77 The glue on a postage stamp Martina is made with gum. Which also thickens and adds smoothness too ice cream pudding and drugs. The glue on a postage stamp, Martina, is made with gum, which also thickens and adds smoothness to ice cream, pudding, and drugs. ANSWER

78 Amazonian Indians invented galoshes centuries ago buy dipping there feet into liquid rubber. To protect theirselves against insects on the ground. Amazonian Indians invented galoshes centuries ago by dipping their feet in liquid rubber to protect themselves against insects on the ground. ANSWER

79 A totem pole is a large wooden pillar carved by native americans in the coastal regions of the pacific northwest it expresses a familys kinship with animals and spirits. A totem pole is a large wooden pillar carved by Native Americans in the coastal regions of the Pacific Northwest. It expresses a family’s kinship with animals and spirits. ANSWER

80 When you think of “cricket” you probably think of a small chirping insect it’s also a name of 1 of the most popular sports in England. When you think of “cricket,” you probably think of a small chirping insect. It’s also the name of one of the most popular sports in England. ANSWER

81 PARAGRAPH CORRECTION Anyone for Cricket?


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