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Honors English 9
Mon., 5/20: Daily grammar; return papers; continue movie clip; presentations. HOMEWORK: Review grammar rules
Tues., 5/21: Daily grammar; S-V agreement practice; continue movie; presentations. HOMEWORK:
Wed., 5/22: Daily grammar; finish movie; finish presentations; introduction to poetry with "Sonnet 30"; constructed response. HOMEWORK: Study grammar rules.
Thurs., 5/23: Daily grammar; activity about theme; continue poetry and play about Poe. HOMEWORK:
Fri., 5/24: Daily grammar; analyze Poe's "Dreams." HOMEWORK:
Honors English 10
2nd and 4th blocks
Mon., 5/20: Daily grammar; return papers; discuss novel; begin movie; collect interims. HOMEWORK: Read chapters 6 & 7.
Tues., 5/21: Daily grammar; discuss chapter 6 & 7; finish novel; who is to blame sheet; presentations. HOMEWORK: Histopoem due Thursday.
Wed., 5/22: Daily grammar; review for test; continue movie. HOMEWORK: Wall of Remembrance.
Thurs., 5/23: Daily grammar; collect histopoem; test; continue movie. HOMEWORK: Wall of Remembrance.
Fri., 5/24: Wall of Remembrance; movie. HOMEWORK: None
strait=body of water; dire need/straight=not crooked
aloud=spoken out/allowed=given permission
like=comparison of two things/as if=when two sentences on each side of words
Use an is next word begins with vowel or vowel sound; use a is next word begins witrh consonant or consonant sound.
There is one -m in tomorrow.
There is a -t not a -d in congratulations.
To make a noun plural that ends in an -o preceded by a vowel, simply add an -s. If it ends in -o preceded by a consonant, add -es.\
There are two -e's in different.
among=more than two/between=two
himself never hisself
themselves not theirselves
There is "it" in definitely.
all of a sudden not all of the sudden
Never put 's on a verb that ends in -s (Ex: sees not see's)
Use that with things/use who with people.
There is "a rat" in separate.
less=use when you can't coutn it/fewer=use when you can count it
emigrate=exit a country/immigrate=into a country
-i before -e except after -c (receive, believe)
past=already happened (adj.)/passed=verb
knew=to have knowledge/new=not old
No one is always two words.
There is no -e in truly.
There is one -d in prejudice.
kind of not kinda
lose=to misplace/loose=not tight
woman=one person/women=more than one
If you want to make a noun plural that ends in -f, drop the -f, change it to -v and add-es.
to=preposition and infinitive/too=also and to the extreme
There is an -a in realize.
granted=to take advantage/granite=rock
There are 2 -e's in interest.
When you have a verb ending in -e preceeded by a consonant, drop the -e and add -ing.
When you have a verb ending in -y preceeded by a consonant, drop the -y, change it to -i and add -es or -ed.
A lot is always 2 words.
People lie; things lay
there=direction; introductory word/their=possession/they're=they are
There are 2 double -n's in beginning. (A vowel that ends in a consonant preceeded by a vowel, double up on the consonant when adding -ing.)
Use were in sentences with if and wish--never was.