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COMMANDS AND EXCLAMATIONS

COMMANDS AND EXCLAMATIONS

COMMANDS AND EXCLAMATIONS. A command is a sentence that gives an order or direction. Use a period (.) to end a command. An exclamation is a sentence that shows strong feeling. Use an exclamation point (!) to end an exclamation. 1. Go to the airport. 2. What a big limo that is!.

By Sophia
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The Raft

The Raft

Unit 1 – Lesson 5. The Raft. Story Vocabulary. Choose a button below. I need to study first!. I am ready to quiz myself!. Vocabulary – The Raft. Story Vocabulary. Click the arrow when you are ready to quiz yourself! Good Luck !. Vocabulary – The Raft. - 1 - a fishing float.

By arien
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Exclamations

Exclamations

Exclamations. Grammar Skill First Grade Unit 5-2 Created by Heidi Samuelson. Exclamations An exclamation is a sentence that shows strong feeling. An exclamation starts with a capital letter just like all sentences start with a capital letter. An exclamation ends with an exclamation mark!.

By liam
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“Nate the Great”

“Nate the Great”

“Nate the Great”. By Marjorie Weinman Sharmat and Mitchell Sharmat Illustrated by Martha Weston. Read Aloud “The Thirsty Crow”. Comprehension Questions. What problem does the thirsty crow face? Problem / Solution How does the crow solve her problem? Problem / Solution

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COMMANDS AND EXCLAMATIONS

COMMANDS AND EXCLAMATIONS

COMMANDS AND EXCLAMATIONS. A command is a sentence that gives an order or direction. Use a period (.) to end a command. An exclamation is a sentence that shows strong feeling. Use an exclamation point (!) to end an exclamation. 1. Go to the airport. Go to the airport. command.

By anahid
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WOLF!

WOLF!

WOLF!. OBJECTIVES. TODAY WE WILL…. Generate (ask) questions while we read Good Readers ask questions as they read As we read, we try to answer the questions We will distinguish between what is fantasy and what is reality

By locke
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Eng Hwk

Eng Hwk

Eng Hwk. Poetry Because I Liked You Better analysis. A.E Housman Bio. He was homosexual. Fell in love with a man named Moses Jackson, but was rejected as Jackson was hetrosexual Jackson got married, and Housman was not invited and didn’t even know about the wedding.

By rehan
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Harcourt 10-11 Lesson 4 Grammar Day 1 Review of All Simple Subjects and Predicates

Harcourt 10-11 Lesson 4 Grammar Day 1 Review of All Simple Subjects and Predicates

Harcourt 10-11 Lesson 4 Grammar Day 1 Review of All Simple Subjects and Predicates. The BIG Question:. How can I write different types of sentences?. Time to Review!. sentence. a group of words that expresses a complete thought. A complete sentence has two parts:. Subject.

By dian
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School Spirit, Athletes, and Competition

School Spirit, Athletes, and Competition

School Spirit, Athletes, and Competition. Perfect for Homecoming. (adj.) unwilling to get involved, usually out of a sense of superiority. I remained aloof during the pep rally and did not cheer. I’m much too cool for pep rallies . Aloof. (n.) a strong feeling of dislike.

By zeal
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The Craft of Revision Inside of a Personal Narrative

The Craft of Revision Inside of a Personal Narrative

Unit 3. The Craft of Revision Inside of a Personal Narrative. Writers Collect and Draft: Writers get story ideas by thinking of a big, strong feeling and times they felt that way.

By enid
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The Spark

The Spark

The Spark. Sermon Three. What is the Purpose of Marriage?. Procreation Pleasure Companionship Happiness Sugar Daddy Mommy Dearest Be like Christ. Mark 10:6-8.

By awena
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Vocabulary Set 7

Vocabulary Set 7

Vocabulary Set 7. English 2. ROOT: Pel/Puls. Comes from the Latin verb pellere , meaning “to move or drive.”. Compel. Definition: To drive or urge with force. Sentence: After seeing my students struggle with grammar, I felt compelled to attempt to re-teach the subject. . Expel.

By sammy
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Religion and Revelation

Religion and Revelation

Religion and Revelation. Summary Notes. The word revelation in ordinary English is used to mean the ‘realisation of something which was previously unknown’. In this sense, God. Revelation is communication from God to humans .

By serena
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Healthy Emotions

Healthy Emotions

Healthy Emotions . Emotions. The strong, immediate reactions that you feel in response to an experience. There are emotions in everything you do!. I. Emotions are powerful. Can make you sick Can affect sleep Can affect eating Can help you heal. II. The Five Major Emotions. 1. Love:

By mercury
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Capitalization and Punctuation

Capitalization and Punctuation

Capitalization and Punctuation. A Project LA Activity. Why? . Writers use capital letters and punctuation marks to help the reader better understand what is written. Capital Letters. All sentences begin with capital letters. W e enjoyed reading the book.

By tiara
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Part of Speech

Part of Speech

Part of Speech . WC 1.3. Noun. A noun names a person, animal, place, thing or idea. Example: The silly puppy took my shoe ! . Verb. A verb shows action or links the main parts of a sentence. Example: The strange kitten is playful. She climbs into the toy box. . Adverb.

By ronat
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gratuitous

gratuitous

gratuitous. Freely given; not called for by circumstances, unwarranted Voluntary, unjustified ______________________ Justified, warranted. imperious. Overbearing, arrogant; seeking to dominate; pressing, compelling Domineering, magisterial, urgent, imperative ________________________

By tania
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Grammar Skills

Grammar Skills

Grammar Skills. Exclamation. Exclamation. This bush has tons of blueberries! This is an exclamation. An exclamation is a sentence that shows a strong feeling, such as surprise of fear. There is a capital letter at the beginning of the sentence and an exclamation point at the end.

By waldemar
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Vocabulary Unit 10

Vocabulary Unit 10

Vocabulary Unit 10. (v.) to grow or accumulate over time To happen as a natural result. Synonyms: collect, accumulate, proceed from Antonyms: dwindle, decrease, diminish, lessen. Accrue. (n.) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for a literary work. Annotation .

By ashleigh
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Wolf!

Wolf!

Wolf!. Becky Bloom. What do you have a passion for?. passion. If you have passion for something you have a strong feeling for it. Mrs. Strang has a passion for teaching. Who is someone you admire?. admire. When you admire a person, you respect or think well of him or her. .

By cerise
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