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Fifth Grade Scott Foresman Reading Street Unit 6 Week 5Daily Fix-Its Fifth Grade Scott Foresman Reading Street Unit 6 Week 5
1. The photographer will arrive at 1130, and I’m not quiet ready.2. We finely got everyone together accept Uncle Bob.
1. The photographer will arrive at 11:30, and I’m not quite ready.2. We finally got everyone together except Uncle Bob.
3. Time magazine published an article about louis Armstrong.4. By the 1920s many of the best known jazz players has moved to Chicago.
3. Time magazine published an article about Louis Armstrong.4. By the 1920s many of the best-known jazz players had moved to Chicago.
5. The trumpet is made of medal5. The trumpet is made of medal. that’s why it’s called a brass instrument. 6. The clarinets sound is more softer than the trumpet’s.
5. The trumpet is made of metal5. The trumpet is made of metal. That’s why it’s called a brass instrument. 6. The clarinet’s sound is softer than the trumpet’s.
7. The tuba, trumpet and trombone are the goodest instruments.8. Nick asked, Isn’t these saxophone a brass instrument?”
7. The tuba, trumpet, and trombone are the best instruments.8. Nick asked, “Isn’t this saxophone a brass instrument?”
9. Louis Armstrong was a grate jazz musician9. Louis Armstrong was a grate jazz musician. Who started out in New Orleans. 10. He were a trumpet player and he became famous.
9. Louis Armstrong was a great jazz musician who started out in New Orleans.10. He was a trumpet player, and he became famous.
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