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1 APRIL 2015 BELL ACTIVITY: Do you have a copy of your research paper? You will need it during the 2 nd half of block. REVIEW MONDAY’S NOTES ON NOUNS. TODAY’S AGENDA: FINISH NOUNS INTRODUCE PRONOUNS LIBRARY FIX PLAGIARISM REMOVE REDUNDANT CITATIONS
SENTENCE PATTERN CLUES Only nouns (or pronouns) can be owned. If something is owned it is a NOUN (or pronoun). Even if in most other sentences or in the dictionary the word would be listed as another part of speech, if it is being owned in the sentence you are analyzing, it is a NOUN!
SENTENCE PATTERN CLUES Only nouns (or pronouns) can be counted. Even if in most other sentences or in the dictionary the word would be listed as another part of speech, if it is being counted in the sentence analyzing, it is a NOUN!
SENTENCE PATTERN CLUES The presence of an ARTICLE ADJECTIVE ( A, AN OR THE) tells the reader one of the next couple of words will be a noun. Example: Joey carried the bag with the groceries, into the kitchen. I needed an hour to accomplish a very important task before I went to the game. There is never a verb between an article adjective and its noun. ARTICLE ADJECTIVES
SENTENCE PATTERN CLUES A PREPOSITION A noun is always the last word in a prepositional phrase. THEREFORE, a preposition tells the reader that one of the next words will be a noun or pronoun. EX: Under the box, in the book, by Susie, in March There is never a verb between a preposition and its noun.
SUFFIX CLUES: THE FOLLOWING SUFFIXES ARE A CLUE THAT THE WORD IS ACTING AS A NOUN SUFFIXNOUN EXAMPLE -tioninformation -siontension -mentachievement, argument -istarcheologist -ismhypnotism -itysincerity -ologyarcheology -escenceadolesence
Before dinner, Hailey went to the mall with Grace to purchase a new pair of neon converse high tops, with striped laces up to her knees and a hot pink phone cover with bling on it.
Spencer sang to the audience about Mr. Whitmarsh’s challenge on the French Revolution with Alan accompanying him on the bagpipes.
Trevor called Savanah on his cell phone during science class to talk about the type of cookies Gage was supposed to bring to advisory on Friday for the “End of the year” party.
PersonSingularPlural 1 st person (the person talking) 2 nd person (talking to) 3 rd person (talking about)
PERSONAL PRONOUN CASE
PRONOUN FLOW CHART Is the word a pronoun? NO Then what job Is it doing? YES WHAT KIND? INDEFINITE DONE DEMONSTRATIVE PERSONAL DETERMINE THE ANTECEDENT DO THE PRONOUN AND ANTECEDENT MATCH? NO STOP & FIX IT YES IS IT THE CORRECT CASE? STOP & FIX IT NO YES DONE
George only had a 10-mile commute to work every morning, but it took (he, him) almost an hour to get there. The witness' statements were very concise and helped (we, us), the jury, solve the case with little effort.
The basketball team rallied to encompass the coach after the huge win. Little did (he, him) know, but he was about to be soaked with ice-cold water. Your story has to be factual if (you, your, yours, you're) want people to believe it.