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2 Warm-UP #52 WEEK 12 Information only! Do not write down this slide information. Today we are changing warm-ups to include MUG shots. Mechanics Usage Grammar Make corrections to the following sentence.

3 WARM-UP # 52 Daily MUG shot Subject -Verb Agreement, Adjective (comparative/Superlative), Verb (irregular) It don’t seem possible that Beethoven could have wrote many of his most fine symphonies after going deaf. Tip: 4 corrections

4 WARM-UP #52 Subject -Verb Agreement, Adjective (comparative/Superlative), Verb (irregular) It doesn’t seem possible that Beethoven could have written many of his most finest symphonies after going deaf. Note: Delete most (comparative/superlative)

5 WARM-UP #52 Trivia Armored knights raised their visors to identify themselves when they rode past royalty. This custom has evolved into the modern military salute.

6 Warm-Up #53 Daily MUG shot Subject -Verb Agreement, Adjective (comparative/Superlative), Verb (irregular) Mozart he begun writing symphonys when he was five years old. Tip: 3 corrections

7 MUG shot #53 Subject -Verb Agreement, Adjective (comparative/Superlative), Verb (irregular) Mozart he began writing symphonies when he was five years old.

8 Warm-UP #53 MUG shot - Tuesday The names of the three monkeys are Mizaru (see no evil) Kikazaru (hear no evil), and Iwazaru (speak no evil). Latin prefixes, Suffixes and Root Words act_--Latin – do Counteract – to act directly against; to prevent from affecting Interaction-communication between two or more things Reaction-a response

9 WARM-UP #54 MUG shot Comma (Appositives and To Separate Phrases and Clauses), Capitalization, Verb (tense) According to legend of king arthur becomes king when he pulled the sword Excalibur from a stone.

10 MUG shot #54 Comma (Appositives and To Separate Phrases and Clauses), Capitalization, Verb (tense) According, to legend, of King Arthur became king when he pulled the sword, Excalibur, from a stone. Tip: 7 corrections

11 MUG shot #54 Trivia Spiral staircases in medieval castles turn to the right as they ascend. This was so that (right handed) knights defending the castle could more easily combat invading foes who were climbing the stairs. Latin and Greek Prefixes, Suffixes and Root Words Aco — Greek –high Acrophobia-fear of being in high places Acrobat – skilled performer of gymnastics

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16 WARM-UP #55 MUG shot Adjective (Comparative/Superlative), Capitalization, End Punctuation Is bill gates the most rich man in america Bonus: centrel middle school is the most best school in edmonde ok.

17 MUG shot #55 Adjective (Comparative/Superlative), Capitalization, End Punctuation Is Bill Gates the most richest man in America? Bonus: Central Middle School is the most best school in Edmond, OK!

18 MUG shot #55 TRIVIA Hawaii’s Mauna Kea is the largest mountain on Earth: although partially submerged, it is 4,000 feet taller than Mount Everest. Latin and Greek Prefixes, Suffixes, and Root Words Agon — Latin-struggle Antagonist – a person who opposes or competes with another ; the adversary of the protagonist Protagonist –the leading character of a drama or novel Agony-extreme and prolonged suffering or struggling in pain.

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22 WARM-UP #56 – MUG shot Abbreviations, Verb (irregular), Capitalization, Hyphen My brother in law knowed all about WW I and WW II after taking history 101. Tip: 7 corrections

23 MUG shot #56 Abbreviations, Verb (irregular), Capitalization, Hyphen My brother-in-law knew all about World War I and World War II after taking history 101.

24 MUG shot #56 Trivia The two lions in front of the New York Public Library are currently named Patience and Fortitude. Latin prefixes, Suffixes and Root Words Agr, agro — Greek – field Agronomy- the management of farm land Agriculture-the production of crops, livestock, or poultry Aground-(of a ship) on the ground beneath the water

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29 Warm-UP #57 MUG shot-Monday WEEK 13 Verb (irregular), Apostrophe (Possessives), Spelling My heart sinked when I heard the judge anounce my opponents name as the winner Tip: 4 corrections

30 Warm-Up #57 WEEK 13 MUG shot-Monday Verb (irregular), Apostrophe (Possessives), Spelling My heart sank when I heard the judge announce my opponent’s name as the winner.

31 Warm-UP #57 MUG shot -Monday TRIVIA A jellyfish is 95 percent water.

32 MUG shot #58–Tuesday Using the Right Word, Comma (Addresses), Plurals, Period The record for quickest, natural berth of triplets is held by Mrs James Duck of Memphis Tennessee who’s three babys arrived in three minutes! Tip 6 corrections (look for homonyms)

33 Warm-UP #58 MUG shot - Tuesday Using the Right Word, Comma (Addresses), Plurals, Period The record for quickest, natural birth of triplets is held by Mrs. James Duck of Memphis, Tennessee, whose three babies arrived in three minutes! Tip 6 corrections (look for homonyms)

34 Warm-UP #58 MUG shot - Tuesday TRIVIA A shrimp’s heart is in its head.

35 Warm-UP #59 MUG shot - Thursday Numbers, Hyphen (Single-Thought Adjectives), Comma Splice Ray Romano was one of the highest paid television entertainers, he earned more than 40,000,000 dollars per year. Tip: 4 corrections

36 Warm-UP #59 MUG shot - Wednesday Numbers, Hyphen (Single-Thought Adjectives), Comma Splice Ray Romano was one of the highest-paid television entertainers, he earned more than $40,000,000 dollars per year.

37 Warm-UP #59 Trivia - Wednesday TRIVIA The average U.S. farm has 467 acres; the average Japanese farm has 3 acres.

38 Warm-UP #60 MUG shot - Friday Adjective (Articles and Comparative/Superlative), Abbreviations The most large airport in the world is the Saudi Arabian King Khalid International, which covers a area of 86 sq. mi.

39 Warm-UP #60 MUG shot - Thursday Adjective (Articles and Comparative/Superlative), Abbreviations The most large airport in the world is the Saudi Arabian King Khalid International, which covers an area of 86 square miles. Tip: an = vowel, a = consonant

40 Warm-UP #60 MUG shot - Thursday TRIVIA Due to gravitational effects, you weigh slightly less when the moon is directly overhead.

41 Warm-UP #61 MUG shot - Friday Comma (Addresses), Capitalization, Apostrophe (Possessives) aunt juanitas address is 230 pleasant lane ocean view california. Tip: 10 corrections

42 Warm-UP #61 MUG shot - Friday Adjective (Articles and Comparative/Superlative), Abbreviations Comma (Addresses), Capitalization, Apostrophe (Possessives) Aunt Juanita’s address is 230 Pleasant Lane, Ocean View, California. Tip: 10 corrections

43 Warm-UP #61 MUG shot - Friday TRIVIA Fine volcanic ash can be found as an ingredient in some toothpastes.

44 Warm-UP #62 MUG shot - Monday Abbreviations, Using the Right Word, Wordy Sentence, End Punctuation Did the biggest baby that ever was born weigh in a t 22 lb. and 8 oz Tip: 6 corrections

45 Warm-UP #62 MUG shot - Monday Abbreviations, Using the Right Word, Wordy Sentence, End Punctuation Did the biggest baby that ever was born weigh in a t 22 pounds and 8 ounces? Tip: 6 corrections

46 Warm-UP #62 MUG shot - Monday TRIVIA President George W. Bush was once a cheerleader.


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