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English 9 Day 12

Thank You, Ma'am
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Becky Brown

on 27 September 2012

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Transcript of English 9 Day 12

Have you heard the saying,
"When the going gets tough,
the tough get going?" Describe
someone you know who is tough,
or strong in spirit? Modifiers make your writing more
specific. Notice how adjectives
help you visualize those blue, suede
shoes that Roger wants Modifiers Adjectives and adjective phrases describe nouns. They answer the question what kind? which one? how many or how much? Adjectives adjective phrases Captain Spaceman's green helmet helped his head retain its round shape
in the skull-crushing void of outer space. Young Su-Jen knew that he had met
his match when the evil Lord Kojo tried to break his arm with a flying jump kick chop. Adverbs and adverb phrases describe verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. They answer the question where? when? how often? in what way? or to what extent? Adverbs adverb phrases The astronaut stepped cautiously onto
the surface of the moon. Kitty wondered helplessly why
he had accepted Dog's invitation
to come for dinner. Homework: Continue to work on your story,
keeping in mind those adjectives and adverbs
that might convey a more vivid image for
your reader. Your typed, double spaced rough
draft of the story will be DUE: Monday, October 3.
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