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Debbie Church

Snow Day - Feb 9, 2011

9th Spelling - Please take the pretest and have a parent grade. If you made a 95% or 100%, please return it in a signed, sealed envelope.

9th Grammar - Please review the unit up to this point. We will not do anything new. Friday, we will catch up on grading.

10th Spelling - Please take the pretest and have a parent grade. If you made a 95% or 100%, please return it in a signed, sealed envelope.

10th Grammar - Study for the test on Friday using the following study guide.

10th Grammar Study Guide:  Test 7 Review

Definitions:  multiple choice
        Define personal pronoun-

        Define ambiguous pronoun reference -

        Know if the pronoun  all  and  several  are singular or plural or both.

        Know the gender of the pronoun its.

        Know that objective case pronouns may act as appositives to indirect objects.

Pronoun Case:
        6 sentences - multiple choice:  write the letter of the pronoun which correctly completes each sentence. 
        Review how you determine the case of a pronoun - subject, predicate nominative, object of preposition, etc. 
        Then remember which pronoun goes with each case. 
        Hint:  “e” pronouns are subject, etc. and “m” pronouns are objects.

Subject-Verb Agreement:
        5 sentences:  multiple choice:  write the letter of the verb that would agree with each pronoun subject.
        Review subjects such as:  Both, One, Most, and Some

Pronoun - Antecedent Agreement:
        5 sentences:  multiple choice:  write the letter of the pronoun that would agree with the antecedent.
        Review pronouns such as:  Both, Everyone, Each, Most, Neither

Pronoun Usage:
        7 sentences:  Write C if the pronoun usage is correct and write I if it is incorrect.
        Review pronoun case again.
 
Review:  Review the following:
        Active vs. passive voice
        Punctuation of poem titles and dashes
        Subject - verb agreement -- plural or singular
        Capitalization of brand name products and of street names 

Published Wednesday, February 9, 2011 5:43 AM by Debbie Church

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