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Abraham Lincoln Reading Street U2W2
Transcript of Abraham Lincoln Reading Street U2W2
by Delores Malone
Informational text gives facts about real people, places, and events that reflect history or the traditions of communities.
Question of the Week
How has working together changed history?
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A proper noun is a noun that names a particular person, place, animal, or thing.
A contraction is a short way of saying or writing two words as one word. An apostrophe takes the place of the letters that are left out.
Authors write for different reasons. The reasons are the author's purpose. Author's purpose is as easy as pie.
Holidays, dates, people's names, animal's names, names of specific places, streets, cities, and states are all proper nouns that begin with capital letters.
Examples of Proper Nouns:
Susan Eastgate Mall
Mr. Jones Merwin Elementary
Kentucky Red Fox Drive
Cheerios Empire State Building
to show a happy emotion; giggle
for sure; without doubt; surely
wonderful; very good; large in size
the one after first
one or the other of two
very bad; most awful
to name or recognize certain persons or things
to take part in something
someone who designs and makes plans for buildings
to go in search of something
try to fix or get something to work
very clever or imaginative
high up in the air