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Finals Test Review 7th & 8th 2017

Posted by Jessica Rios on 13 Ee diciembre Ee 2017 a las 7:20 Comments comentarios (0)

Types of Sentence: Choose the correct answer for the following sentences, identifying them as one of the four types of sentences given in class._

 

1) Last year Al's brother walked the Appalachian Trail.

a. Interrogative c. declarative

b. exclamatory d. imperative

 

2) Our family is planning a trip to the mountains.

a. Interrogative c. declarative

b. exclamatory d. imperative

 

3) Is snowboarding as much fun as it looks?

a. Interrogative c. declarative

b. exclamatory d. imperative

 

4) Wow! I've never been in a city this huge!

a. Interrogative c. declarative

b. exclamatory d. imperative

 

5) What would happen if you had an accident?

a. Interrogative c. declarative

b. exclamatory d. imperative

 

Complete Subjects & Predicate: Divide the following sentences in complete subject and predicate by drawing a vertical line (/).

 

1. Menna typed on the computer keyboard.

2. The first grade teacher wrote the lesson on the board.

3. The ridiculously tall hat blocked my view in the movie theater.

4. My favorite video game was on sale at the store.

5. The energetic children ran around on the playground.

Simple Subjects & Predicate: Choose the correct simple subject and predicate from the following sentences. 

1) The professor handed out a syllabus the first day of class.

The subject is:

a. Professor c. day

b. Syllabus d. class

 

2) Most colleges offer several computer science courses.

The predicate is:

a. College c. offer

b. Several d. courses

 

3) Typing is an important skill.

The subject is:

a. Typing c. is

b. Skill d. important

 

4) Everyone recognizes the name Oprah.

The subject is:

a. Everyone c. Oprah

b. Name d. recognizes

 

5) A schedule helps students with time management.

The predicate is

a. Schedule c. management

b. Helps d. students

 

IV. Compound Subjects and Predicates:

Compound Subject: Underline the compound subjects in the following sentences. 

1. Diego and his brother play in the mud on a rainy day.

2. Charlotte, Pat, and Greta race down the street after school.

3. The teacher and principal met with the parents.

4. His mother and father decided to go out to dinner that evening.

5. Foxes, hawks, and rattlesnakes live in the desert biome.

Compound Predicate: Underline the compound predicate in the following sentences

1. James mowed lawns and delivered papers over the summer.

2. The students took notes and asked questions.

3. I woke up, brushed my hair and my teeth, and went to school.

4. My dog Fluffy digs holes and chases squirrels.

5. He can take a cooking class or learn how to sew.

 

 

 

V. Nouns: 

Common & Proper Nouns: Choose the proper and common noun in the sentence.

1) My cousin is going to San Francisco next month.

A: proper noun B: common noun 2) Andrew enjoys collecting baseball cards and action figures.

A: proper noun

B: common noun

3) Marcie swam in the Pacific Ocean last week.

A: proper noun

B: common noun

4) We walked across the Golden Gate Bridge during our vacation.

A: proper noun

B: common noun

5) Our teacher, Ms. Brownley, assigns a lot of homework over the weekend.

A: proper noun

B: common noun

 

Singular and Plural Nouns: Write each singular noun to plural, and each plural noun to singular. 

 

1) icon

2) tables

3) tigers

4) powers

5) parties

6) jackhammers

7) dragons

8) airplanes

9) planets

10) library

 

Concrete and Abstract Nouns: Identify the following nouns as concrete or abstract.

 

1) Dentist

2) Energy

3) Children

4) Beauty

5) hamburger

6) Cake

7) Freedom

8) pencil

9) Ideas

10) Luck

 

 

Possessive Nouns: Make the following phrases into a possessive phrase:

 

1. New York skyscrapers

________________________

2. dads rocking chair

________________________

3. childrens toys

________________________

4. dogs owner

________________________

5. Los Angeles beaches

________________________

 

VERBS:

Read the following sentences circle the verb in the sentence:

 

1. Sal listens to his favorite song.

2. Craig hits the baseball over the fence.

3. The little pig grunts.

4. The roof of the house leaks.

5. The hunter searches for a deer.

 

 

 

SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT VOCABULARY DICTIONARY: 7TH, 8TH, 9TH

Posted by Jessica Rios on 15 Ee noviembre Ee 2017 a las 11:35 Comments comentarios (0)

SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT:


EACH STUDENT WILL CREATE AND ENGLISH/SPANISH DICTIONARY

THEIR DICTIONARY WILL BE CREATED BY USING ALL THE VOCABULARY HOMEWORK WORDS GIVEN FROM 

AUGUST TO DEC

RULES:


  • ALL WORDS MUST BE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
  • EACH WORD MUST HAVE; ENGLISH DEFINITION, SPANISH TRANSLATION & A SENTENCE
  • THE WORK MUST BE PRESENTED IN BOOK FORM
  • COMPUTER USE WILL BE ALLOWED, IF YOU WRITE IT BY HAND IT MUST BE LEGIBLE AND IN PEN
  • IT WILL BE A TWO PART ASSIGNEMENT, FIRST GRADE IN DECEMBER/ SECOND GRADE IN MAY
  • EVERYONE WHO DOES NOT HAVE ALL THE COMPLETE VOCABULARY HOMEWORK ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEM
DUE DATE: DEC 11,TH 2017

VALUE: 2 GRADES


7,8,9th Vocabulary Homework 13th-17th Nov

Posted by Jessica Rios on 10 Ee noviembre Ee 2017 a las 6:45 Comments comentarios (0)

These are the vocabulary words for this week. Remember you must translate them to spanish and then use them in a complete sentence (English sentence). 

  1. Magnetic
  2. mirth
  3. quench
  4. magnitude
  5. maternal
  6. maul
  7. melancholy
  8. mellow
  9. momentum
  10. mortify
  11. mull
  12. murky
  13. Narrative
  14. negligent
  15. nimble
  16. nomadic
  17. noteworthy
  18. notify
  19. notorious
  20. surprising

 


7th, 8th, & 9th Journal Homework 13th-17th of November 2017

Posted by Jessica Rios on 10 Ee noviembre Ee 2017 a las 6:45 Comments comentarios (0)

In your Journal notebook, you will answer in a paragraph composed of a minimum of 5 sentences for each of the questions. Each question must have a page and date, there should be one question per day. The answer must be composed of complete sentences with correct punctuation and capitalization. Anyone who does not meet the requirements will be given an incomplete. You will present your Journal entries to the teacher for signing and grading. Read each question and answer precisely to what is asked.

  1. Would you ever consider getting a tattoo?
  2. Do you want to have kids when you get older?
  3. Would you rather read a book or watch a movie version of a story?
  4. What is the hardest thing you’ve ever had to learn?


7th and 8th HOMETEST: THE SENTENCE

Posted by Jessica Rios on 17 Ee septiembre Ee 2017 a las 1:55 Comments comentarios (0)

The following hometest is due on: SEPTEMBER 21st, 2017

 

 

NAME:______________________________ DATE:____________________

THE SENTENCE HOME ROOM: ___-_____

  TOTAL: _____/

 

I. Read the following sentences identify their type:

 

1. How well she sings!

2. What is your name?

3. Did I say anything to make you angry?

4. What is your name?

5. Who told you this?

6. She is a successful writer.

7. It is raining cats and dogs.

8. I want to become a writer.

9. She does not eat meat or fish.

10. Go at once.

 


II. COMPLETE SUBJECT & PREDICATE:

Read the following sentences, identify the complete subject and complete predicate by drawing a line between them ( / )

 

1. The horse appeared at the starting line.

2. The student arrived late to class because he woke up late.

3. John looked out of the window to check the sky.

4. The audience grew very restless waiting for the play to start.

5. The air in the classroom smelled fresh.

6. I felt exhausted from the anticipation.

7. The owners grew flowers all around their house.

8. The race track looks very wet because it has been in the rain many hours.

9. The horse tastes the hay and oats without hesitation.

10. Birds fly often in the blue sky.


 

III. SIMPLE SUBJECT: READ THE SENTENCE AND UNDERLINE THE SIMPLE SUBJECT:

 

1. Birds like to land in green trees.

2. Bird watchers must always wait with patience.

3. The company pays for its workers medical insurance.

4. The bank will keep a record of your work.

5. I wrote in my column twice a week.


 

IV: Simple Predicate: Read the following sentence and underline the SIMPLE PREDICATE:

 

1. The brown horse appeared at the starting line.

2. The student arrived late to class because he woke up late.

3. John looked out of the window to check the sky.

4. The big audience grew very restless waiting for the play to start.

5. The air in the classroom smelled fresh.

 


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