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Grammar Unit 1 Lessons 1-17 . Parts of Speech Part 1 Nouns and Verbs . Unit 1 - Lesson 1------. Topic : Grammar. Unit 1 - Lesson 1------. Topic : Parts of Speech Critical Question: Why is it beneficial to know the parts of speech? . The function of different groups of words. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Grammar Unit 1 Lessons 1-17

Grammar Unit 1 Lessons 1-17 Parts of Speech Part 1 Nouns and Verbs

1Unit 1 - Lesson 1------

Topic: Grammar Unit 1 - Lesson 1------Topic: Parts of Speech

Critical Question: Why is it beneficial to know the parts of speech? Parts of Speech

The function of different groups of wordsConstruct sentences PunctuationCommon Language with professionalsHSAP Useful???

SummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 2------

Unit 1 - Lesson 2------Topic: Grammar

Critical Question: What are nouns and how are they used in sentences? Nouns

person, place, thingcommon:Capitalization

Proper:General- lowercaseSpecific- CapitalizeThing One:Thing Two:concreteabstractCopy and Correct the following sentences. jin song ran across tiananmen square.

A girl ran across the square.

margarette spied the eiffel tower.

A woman spied a tower.

witi ihimaera called to the whales.

A man called to moby dick.

Copy and Correct the following sentences. louise erdrich wrote a book called tracks.

gabriel walked to machu pichu.

marc matabane wrote about south africa.

A man wrote about a province in africa.

SummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 3------

Topic: Parts of SpeechCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 3------Topic: Grammar

Critical Question: How are nouns made plural??? To make most nouns plural

---add an sAdd s to make abbreviations pluralIf the word ends in y, look at the letter before the yvowelconsonant

Add an esException to the y rules:

ch, sh, x, or z

Family name or a product name:Add an sAdd an sChange the y to an i and add esWords that end in oMemorize the spellings SummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 4------

Topic: Parts of SpeechCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 4------Topic: Grammar

Critical Question: Compound Nouns

Nouns made up of more than one wordEX: brother in-law

add an s When making compound nouns plural, ------------- on the important noun.

Examples: brothers-in-law, runners-up. A few nouns you just have to memorize

micedeer tooth childteethchildrenoxenknivesox knifemousedeerWith some plural forms, you do have a choice : When in doubt, check a ______________. The first plural form listed is the one that is the most common.

dictionaryComputer mouseCactusIndexBus mice or mousescacti or cactusesindices or indexesBuses or bussesSummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 5------

Topic: Parts of SpeechCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 5------Topic: Parts of Speech

Critical Question: Lesson 5 - Verbs A ________ is a word that _____________________, _____ another verb to a subject , _______ another verb or, or merely indicates ___________. verbshows actionlinks helpsexistenceRecognize the Types Action Linking Helping

SummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 6------

Topic: Parts of SpeechCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 6------Topic: Parts of Speech

Critical Question:

Action Verbs An ________ verb expresses __________ or________action.

Physical Action:___________________________________________________

Mental Action: _______________________________________verbphysicalmentalKick, swallowspeak, build, closeponder, believe,consider, imagineLinking Verbs A ________ verb does not express action; it _____________ a word (a noun, pronoun, or adjective that identifies or describes the subject) in the _____________ to the ___________.

Linking Verbs AmIsAreWasWereBe BeingBeen Taste FeelSmellSoundLookStayAppearBecomeSeem GrowRemain linkinglinkspredicatesubjectHelping Verbs A _________ verb helps the main verb to make a statement. A verb ______ is a main verb and its ________verbs. This phrase can be interrupted by other verbs.

Helping Verbs AmIsAreWasWereBe BeingBeen Have Has Had Do Did DoesShall Will Should Will May Might Must Can CouldhelpingphrasehelpingSummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 7------

Topic: Parts of SpeechCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 7------Topic: Parts of Speech

Critical Question: VERBSLinking Helping Action

BEINGAction Verbs and Linking Verbs Action verbs describe action.RunJumpSwim

Linking or being verbs describe a state of being.

linking verbs are not about action but about connecting other words together.

The verb to be is the basic linking verb.The word is a form of the verb to be.

Squiggly is yellow.Squigglyyellow.isnote:Action or Linking Practice The monkey looked hungry.

The monkey looked for food.

The soup tasted good.

I tasted the soup.

He grew into a tall man.

He grew tired of walking.

Mother appeared happy at her party.

Mother appeared quietly in the room.

The bugle sounded loudly.

The bugle sounds loud.

Linking Action Linking Action Action Linking Linking Action Action LinkingSummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 8------

Topic: Parts of SpeechCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 8------Topic: Parts of Speech

Critical Question:

VERBSLinking Helping Action

BEINGTo beTo Be:Simple Forms of Present Past Iamwasshe/he/itiswaswe/you/theyarewereOthers that Link .SeemAppearLookBecome

Verbs that describe the senses.FeelsmellNOTE: There are at least 60 linking verbs in the English language.SummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 9------

Topic: Parts of SpeechCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 9------Topic: Parts of Speech

Critical Question:

Action verbs are either transitive or intransitive.Transitive verbs express action upon a direct object. The dog bit me.She appealed the decision.I dropped my backpack. Intransitive verbs do not express action upon a direct object. The rain poured through the open window.The experiment failed.The backpack dropped into the mud. Transitive / Intransitive A ________ verb is a verb that has _________ of the action to complete its meaning. transitivereceiverAn ________ verb is a verb that does ______ have a __________ of the action.intransitivenotreceiverTransitive / Intransitive Some verbs can be ________ or __________ depending on how they are used.transitiveintransitiveTransitive verbs _________ action to an object and if you take the object out, it doesnt make sense. transfer Michael hit the ball.transitiveSummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 10------

Topic: VoiceCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 10------Topic: Voice

Critical Question:

Transitive Verbs have Voice.Active voice the subject is doing the action.Sharon made mistakes.The dog bit him.I dropped the backpack.Passive voice the subject is receiving the action. Use passive sparingly. If the doer of the action is unknown.If the object is more important than the doer of the action. Many errors were made in the yearbook captions.Active or Passive Practice A delicious aroma was sent through the house by the baking lasagna.

The daVinci masterpiece was hung in the Louvre in Paris.

Pepe left the water running in the bathtub.

Someone broke the window while we were away.

John guarantees a splendid time for us all.

Many errors were made in the baseball game.

Alex made many errors in the baseball game.

The mechanic replaced the cars shock absorbers.

I am expected at home at midnight by my parents.

Praise for a job well done is appreciated by everyone.

passive Passive active activeactive passive active activepassive passiveChange the passive voice to the active A delicious aroma was sent through the house by the baking lasagna.

The daVinci masterpiece was hung in the Louvre in Paris.

Many errors were made in the baseball game.

I am expected at home at midnight by my parents.

Praise for a job well done is appreciated by everyone.

SummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 11------

Topic: Parts of SpeechCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 11------Topic: Parts of Speech

Critical Question:

Complications

A tip See if you can replace the verb with a form of to be. If so, it is probably a linking verb.We grow tired.

We are tired.

It tastes salty.

It is salty.

He smells badly.

He is badly.Some verbs can be both linking verbs and action verbs.LinkingLinkingAction

Every complete sentence contains two parts: a subject

The subject is what (or whom) the sentence is about, a predicate.

The predicate tells something about the subject. She ate pizza.ShepizzaSummaryIn a sentence or two, answer your critical question.

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Unit 1 - Lesson 12------

Topic: Misused VerbsCritical Question: Unit 1 - Lesson 12------Topic: Misused Verbs

Critical Question: A few commonly misused verbs:Sit to be seated . Sit & Set I

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