Wednesday, November 28th, 2018...1:38 pm

November 27/28

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  1. Review Subjects, Verbs, and Complements
  2. Class work: Subjects, Verbs, and Complements
    1. Double-space and label the parts of the sentence: s, hv, av, lv, do, io, pn, pa
      1. Yesterday, Ke’shara told us her plans for the future.
      2. Your explanation is very clear.
      3. Sitting in the shade was pleasant when the sunlight was so intense.
      4. When the magician appeared on stage, he looked angry.
      5. Of course, it was just an illusion.
      6. With his rigorous schedule, Leroy doesn’t have much time to spend with his friends.
      7. However, we all understand and give him encouragement and support.
      8. We felt exhausted after the marathon.
      9. Those dogs are Dalmatians.
      10. I tried the new recipe, but the dish tasted strange.
  3. Quiz next class on Subjects, Verbs, and Complements. Visit the Grammar Quiz Prep page above for more information.

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