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Pine Mountain MS - 6th Grade Language Arts
Transcript of Pine Mountain MS - 6th Grade Language Arts
6th Grade Language Arts Clauses Independent clause (main clause) can stand alone
does not start with a relative pronoun
does not start with a subordinating conjunction Dependent clause (subordinate clause) can never stand alone
starts with a relative pronoun
starts with a subordinating conjunction Warm-up Monica likes the cat with green eyes. ex. We will eat when the bell rings. She likes the guy who sits in front of her. Each clause must have a subject & verb Types Simple: one independent clause
Compound: two or more independent clause
Complex: one independent clause + one or more dependent clauses Declarative : make a statement -(.)
Interrogative: ask a question -(?)
Imperative : gives a command -(.)
Exclamatory : expresses strong feelings (!) Examples Subordinating Conjunctions after
unless as long as
as much as
as soon as
wherever "Shut the door."
"Feed the dog."
"Take your coat if you are going to the concert."
"When you get to the corner, turn right." "Oh, what a shirt!" (surprise)
"Alas, he did not survive! (sorrow)
"No, never!" (denial)
"WOW!" (impressed) Have you ever felt that you are out of place? How did you handle the situation? How do people handle the situation? What is Etiquette? Are people more alike or different? http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/multimedia/cultural-differences/?ar_a=1 Etiquette Mortified Lavishly Revolting Consumption Cope http://www.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage.aspx?id=10994793 adj. ashamed, humiliated; Mortify v.
He was so mortified by what she said about him. n. the practice of social manner
Eating loud is considered impolite.
People should learn dinner table etiquette. adv. In a plentiful of rich way; abundantly
The train is lavishly furnished carriages. To struggle to overcome difficulties; deal with You cope with the situation well. adj. Causing disgust: v. revoltThe smell in the cell was revolting. Coordinator for, and, nor, but, or, yet, or 14 Cows for America
Author(s) Pam Muñoz Ryan
Illustrator Joe Cepeda
Language English and spanish
Genre(s) Historical Fiction [fake]
Publication date 2000
Media type Print (paperback)+ (hardcover)
OCLC Number 43487323
LC Classification PZ7.R9553 Es 2000 n. the act of taking in, eating or drinking
The average daily consumption of fruit an vegetable is around 200 grams. Lavishly