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Transcript of Language Arts
Parts of Speech Definition
Figurative Language Definition
Language Arts Sara Knox
& Dani Murasmith Per. 5
Track is cool
you can race your friends
you get to travel.
I was doing homework,
I was studying
I had a test coming up.
Amy is going to the movies.
Wanda the walrus went to MESA high school ,
she was at Stanford college.
Lily's little brother,
loves to play basketball.
likes to wreck ships and dance.
I think dance is cool
track is better.
Do prefer pizza
do you think chicken is better.
My mom said I could watch TV
I do my homework.
The Why Group
I couldn't go to the mall after school today
I had practice.
home, I worked on my science project.
I was at school my family planned a surprise party because of my job promotion at Lowe's.
It describes a noun.
It describes a verb.
A word that tells you where something or someone is.
A conjunction (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so) placed between words, phrases, clauses, or sentences of equal rank.
A word that takes the place of a name or names.
A word or words that glues a clause that dependents on another to a clause that can stand on its own.
Why are there so many
The horse moved
through the fog.
Giving an inanimate or non-human object human traits or characteristics.
Phrases that have a meaning that is deducible from what it actually means
An exaggeration of words
went to the park yesterday after school.
A comparison using as or like.
A comparison without as or like.
The football player was a giant.
Life gave me some serious lemons, so I
went to the kitchen
and made some stern lemonade.
The sprinter was as fast as a cheetah.
It was a million degrees outside while I was walking home from school!
I could hear the wind's high pitched screams.
I came to a fork in the road.
An Appositive Phrase
An expression that changes what a noun or a subject is called.
A Complex Sentence
A sentence that has a phrase that depends on another and a phrase that can stand on its own.
A Compound Sentence: Two statements that make sense by themselves "glued together" by either a comma, a F.A.N.B.O.Y(for, and,nor,but,or, yet), or a semi colon
A Compound/Complex Sentence
A sentence having two phrases that make sense on their own and one clause that needs another phrase to make sense.
!PAY ATTENTION! If you see this picture, say "epic face" , raise your hand, point out where it is, and name the slide before the one were on and you will get a little treat!
Before we start.............
I love reading because its fun to make predictions.
I went to school yesterday
it was a B day.