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1 Week 1 Week 4 Week 7 Week 2 Week 3 Week 5 Week 6 Week 8 Week 9 Week 11 Week 12 Week 14 Week 15 Week 17 Week 18 Week 13 Week 10 Week 16

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5 edgar allan poe laments the loss of his wife virginia in his poem annabel lee

6 Proper Noun Present tense Action verb articlenoun Preposition 3 rd person Possessive pronoun noun Proper Noun Preposition 3 rd person Possessive pronoun noun Proper Noun

7 edgar allan poe laments the loss (of his wife virginia ) (in his poem annabel lee) Subject Transitive verb Direct object Object Of preposition appositive Adjectival prepositional phrase Object Of preposition appositive Adverbial prepositional phrase

8 edgar allan poe laments the loss of his wife virginia in his poem annabel lee Independent clause Simple sentence

9 Edgar Allan Poe laments the loss of his wife, Virginia, in his poem “Annabel Lee.”

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11 Edgar Allan Poe lamentsloss in theof Wife (Virginia) Poem (“Annable Lee”) his Edgar Allan Poe laments the loss of his wife, Virginia, in his poem “Annabel Lee.”

12 Week 2

13 before you turn in an essay you should proofread it thoroughly

14 2 nd person Nominative pronoun Subordinating conjunction Present Tense Action verb adverb article noun 2 nd person Nominative pronoun Helping verb Action verb Present tense 3 rd person Objective pronoun article

15 before you turn in an essay you should proofread it thoroughly subject Transitive verb Direct object subject Transitive verb Direct object

16 [before you turn in an essay ] [you should proofread it thoroughly] Adverbial dependent clause Independent clause Complex sentence

17 Before you turn in an essay, you should proofread it thoroughly.

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19 youturn essay in an you should proofread it thoroughly before Before you turn in an essay, you should proofread it thoroughly.

20 Week 3

21 when i was a little kid i loved singing the wheels on the bus

22 Subordinating conjunction Past tense Linking verb 1 st person Nominative pronoun articleadjective noun 1 st person Nominative pronoun Past tense action verb gerund Proper Noun

23 when i was a little kid i loved singing the wheels on the bus Intransitive verb subject Predicate nominative subject Transitive verb Object of the gerund Direct object/ gerund phrase

24 [when I was a little kid] [i loved singing the wheels on the bus] Adverbial dependent clause Independent clause Complex Sentence

25 When I was a little kid, I loved singing “The Wheels on the Bus.”

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27 Iwas kid a little singing “The Wheels on the Bus” when Iloved When I was a little kid, I loved singing “The Wheels on the Bus.”

28 Week 4

29 interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment

30 adjective past action verbadverb Infinitive helping verb noun coordinating conjunction

31 interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment intransitive verb Infinitive phrase subject Infinitive phrase object of infinitive object of infinitive

32 interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment independent clause simple sentence

33 Interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment.

34 Interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment

35 highways were built interstate originally to transport troops equipment military and Interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment

36 Week 5

37 ernest hemingway enjoyed fishing hunting fighting and writing novels and short stories

38 proper noun past tense action verb gerund coordinating conjucntion noun coordinating conjunction

39 ernest hemingway enjoyed fishing hunting fighting and writing novels and short stories subject transitive verb direct object object of gerund gerund phrase

40 ernest hemingway enjoyed fishing hunting fighting and writing novels and short stories independent clause Simple Sentence

41 Ernest Hemingway enjoyed fishing, hunting, fighting, and writing novels and short stories.

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43 Ernest Hemingwayenjoyed fishing hunting fighting writing and novels short stories Ernest Hemingway enjoyed fishing, hunting, fighting, and writing novels and short stories.

44 Week 6

45 in his poem thanatopsis william cullen bryant uses a combination of run on lines and caesuras

46 preposition 3 rd person possessive pronoun nounProper Noun present tense action verb article noun preposition adjective noun coordinating conjunction noun

47 (in his poem thanatopsis) william cullen bryant uses a combination (of run on lines and caesuras) subject adverbial prepositional phrase object of preposition appositive transitive verb direct object adjectival prepositional phrase object of preposition object of preposition

48 in his poem thanatopsis william cullen bryant uses a combination of run on lines and caesuras independent clause simple sentence

49 In his poem, “Thanatopsis,” William Cullen Bryant uses a combination of run-on lines and caesuras.

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51 William Cullen Bryant uses In poem (“Thanatopsis”) his combination a of lines caesuras run-on and In his poem, “Thanatopsis,” William Cullen Bryant uses a combination of run-on lines and caesuras.

52 Week 7

53 poe makes extensive use of onomatopoeia in his poem the raven

54 Proper Noun present tense action verb adjectivenounpreposition noun preposition 3 rd person possessive pronoun noun Proper Noun

55 poe makes extensive use (of onomatopoeia) (in his poem the raven) subjecttransitive verb direct object object of preposition adjectival prepositional phrase adverbial prepositional phrase appositive

56 Poe makes extensive use of onomatopoeia in his poem “The Raven.”

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58 Poe makes use in poem (“The Raven”) his extensive of onomatopoeia

59 Week 8

60 the girl who sits behind rafael is a better student than i

61 articlenounreflexive pronoun present tense action verb prepositionproper noun present tense linking verb articleadjectivenoun subordinating conjunction 1 st person nominative pronoun

62 the girl who sits (behind rafael) is a better student than i (am) subject 1subject 2 intransitive verb 2 object of preposition adverbial prepositional phrase intransitive verb 1 predicate nominative subject

63 [[the girl[who sits behind rafael] is a better student]] [than i] adjectival dependent clause independent clause adverbial dependent clause

64 The girl who sits behind Rafael is a better student than I.

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66 girl the isstudent a better who sits behind Rafael I am than

67 Week 9

68 reading arthur millers play the crucible our class learned about the witch trials in salem massachusetts

69 participle possessive proper noun noun Proper noun 1 st person possessive pronoun noun past tense action verb prepositionarticleadjectivenoun preposition Proper noun

70 reading arthur millers play the crucible our class learned (about the witch trials) (in salem massachusetts) participle phrase object of the participle appositive subject intransitive verb object of preposition object of preposition adverbial prepositional phrase adjectival prepositional phrase

71 [reading arthur millers play the crucible our class learned about the witch trials in salem massachusetts] independent clause simple sentence

72 Reading Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible, our class learned about the witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts.

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74 class learned our Rea ding play (The Crucible) Arthur Miller’s about trials the witch in Salem, Massachusetts

75 Week 10

76 mark twain was born on november in florida missouri but moved to hannibal missouri when he was five

77 Proper Noun helping verb past tense action verb preposition coordinating conjunction past tense action verb preposition subordinating conjunction 3 rd person nominative pronoun 3 rd person linking verb adjective

78 mark twain was born (on november ) (in florida missouri) but moved (to hannibal missouri) when he was five subject intransitive verb object of the preposition intransitive verb predicate adjective adverbial prepositional phrase

79 [mark twain was born on november in florida missouri but moved to hannibal missouri] [when he was five] independent clause adverbial dependent clause complex sentence

80 Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835, in Florida, Missouri, but moved to Hannibal, Missouri, when he was five.

81 Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835, in Florida, Missouri, but moved to Hannibal, Missouri, when he was five.

82 Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835, in Florida, Missouri, but moved to Hannibal, Missouri, when he was five. Mark Twain was born Florida, Missouri in on November 30, 1835 moved Hannibal, Missouri to but hewas five when

83 Week 11

84 give a yearbook to whoever paid for one

85 present tense action verb article prepositionnoun preposition past tense action verb reflexive pronoun indefinite prounoun

86 give a yearbook (to whoever paid (for one)) transitive verb direct object object of preposition subjectintransitive verb object of preposition adverbial prepositional phrase adverbial prepositional phrase (You) Subject

87 [give a yearbook to] [whoever paid for one] independent clause noun dependent clause complex sentence

88 Give a yearbook to whoever paid for one.

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90 (You)Give yearbook a to whoever paid for one

91 Week 12

92 cannibal canoe hurricane and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from native americans

93 noun Proper noun Coordinating conjunction Past tense Linking verb Indefinite pronoun preposition article adjective participle preposition

94 cannibal canoe hurricane and barbecue were some (of the first words) borrowed (from native americans) subject Object of preposition Object of preposition Intransitive verb Predicate nominative Participle phrase Adjectival prepositional phrase Participle phrase Adverbial prepositional phrase

95 [cannibal canoe hurricane and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from native americans] Independent clause Simple sentence

96 Cannibal, canoe, hurricane, and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from Native Americans.

97 Cannibal, canoe, hurricane, and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from Native Americans. cannibal canoe hurrican barbecue words of were some the first borr owed from Native Americans and

98 Cannibal, canoe, hurricane, and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from Native Americans.

99 Week 13

100 sandra cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment she had to retreat to the bathroom to have a moment to herself

101 Proper noun noun Past tense Action verb prepositionadjective preposition article adjective 3 rd person nominative pronoun Past tense Action verb infinitive preposition article infinitive articlenoun prepositionreflexive pronoun

102 sandra cisneros lived (with eight other family members)( in a small apartment) she had to retreat (to the bathroom) to have a moment (to herself) subject Intransitive verb Object of preposition Adverbial prepositional phrase Object of preposition subject transitive verb Direct object / infinitive phrase Adverbial prepositional phrase Object of preposition Adjectival prepositional phrase Object of infinitive infinitive phrase

103 [sandra cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment] [ she had to retreat to the bathroom to have a moment to herself] Independent clause Compound Sentence

104 Sandra Cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment; she had to retreat to the bathroom to have a moment to herself.

105 Sandra Cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment; she had to retreat to the bathroom to have a moment to herself.

106 Sandra Cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment; she had to retreat to the bathroom to have a moment to herself. Sandra Cisneros lived she had with in apartment a small members eight other family to retreat to have moment to herself to bathroom the

107 Week 14

108 concerned about the plight of migrant workers during the depression john steinbeck wrote the novel the grapes of wrath

109 participle prepositionarticlenoun prepositionadjectivenoun prepositionarticleProper noun Past tense Action verb articlenoun Proper noun

110 concerned (about the plight) (of migrant workers) (during the depression) john steinbeck wrote the novel the grapes of wrath Participle phrase Adverbial prepositional phrase Object Of preposition Object Of preposition adjectival prepositional phrase Object Of preposition subject Transitive verb Direct object appositive

111 [concerned about the plight of migrant workers during the depression john steinbeck wrote the novel the grapes of wrath] Simple sentence Independent Clause

112 Concerned about the plight of migrant workers during the Depression, John Steinbeck wrote the novel The Grapes of Wrath.

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114 John Steinbeck wrote novel (The Grapes of Wrath) the conc erned about plight the of during workers Depression the migrant

115 Week 15

116 writing a research paper requires careful documentation of sources

117 gerundarticle adjectivenoun present tense action verb noun adjective preposition

118 writing a research paper requires careful documentation (of sources) subject object of gerund transitive verb direct object adjectival prepositional phrase object of preposition

119 writing a research paper requires careful documentation of sources Independent Clause simple sentence

120 Writing a research paper requires careful documentation of sources.

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122 wri ting paper a research requires documentation careful of sources

123 Week 16

124 herman melville who wrote the novel moby dick once lived with cannibals in the south seas his first novel typee was written about this experience

125 noun Proper noun Past tense Action verb Reflexive pronoun article adverb Past tense Action verb preposition article 3 rd person Possesive pronoun adjective Proper noun Helping verb Action verb preposition adjective past

126 herman melville who wrote the novel moby dick once lived (with cannibals) (in the south seas) his first novel typee was written (about this experience) Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3 Transitive Verb 1 Transitive Verb 2 intransitive Verb 1 Direct object Appositive Object of preposition Object of preposition Object of preposition Adverbial prepositional phrase

127 [[herman melville [who wrote the novel moby dick] once lived with cannibals in the south seas ]] [ his first novel typee was written about this experience] Adjective dependent clause independent clause Compound-complex sentence

128 Herman Melville, who wrote the novel, Moby Dick, once lived with cannibals in the South Seas; his first novel, Typee, was written about this experience.

129 Herman Melville, who wrote the novel Moby Dick, once lived with cannibals in the South Seas; his first novel, Typee, was written about this experience.

130 Herman Melville lived once with in South Seas the cannibals who wrote novel (Moby Dick) the first Novel (Typee) was written his about experience this

131 Week 17

132 if you are planning to go to college this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships

133 if youre planning to go to college this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships Subordinating conjunction 2 nd person Nominative Pronoun Helping verb Present tense Action verb Demonstrative pronoun nounpreposition infinitive Helping verb Linking verb Present tense article adjective noun infinitive gerund preposition noun

134 if youre planning to go (to college) this would be a good time to start looking (for scholarships) subject Transitive verb Direct object/ infinitive phrase Object of preposition Adverbial prepositional phrase subject Intransitive verb Predicate nominative Infinitive phrase Object of infinitive Object of preposition Adverbial prepositional phrase

135 [if you are planning to go to college] [this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships] Complex sentence Adverbial dependent clause independent clause

136 If you’re planning to go to college, this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships.

137 If you’re planning to go to college, this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships.

138 you‘re planning to go to college this would be start a good to time If loo king for scholarships If you’re planning to go to college, this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships.

139 Week 18

140 i wish that i were old enough to vote because im very concerned about some of the issues in this presidential election present tense action verb 1 st person nominative pronoun relative pronoun 1 st person nominative pronoun present tense linking verb adjective adverb infinitivesubordinating conjunction 1 st person nominative pronoun present tense linking verb adverb participle preposition indefinite pronoun prepositionarticlenoun prepositionadjective Proper Adjective noun

141 i wish that i were old enough to vote because im very concerned (about some) (of the issues) (in this presidential election) subject transitive verb direct object subject intransitive verb predicate adjective subject intransitive verb predicate adjective adverbial prepositional phrase adjectival prepositional phrase object of preposition

142 [i wish] [that i were old enough to vote] [because im very concerned about some of the issues in this presidential election] independent clausenoun dependent clause adverb dependent clause complex sentence

143 I wish that I were old enough to vote because I’m very concerned about some of the issues in this Presidential election.

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145 I were because I wish old enough to vote I am concerned very about some of issues election the this Presidential in

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