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Janice's Grammar Log

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janice rico

on 10 April 2013

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Transcript of Janice's Grammar Log

Interjections Dialogue using interjections Nouns Grammar Log people =family Pronoun The talent show

It was incredible
Each one so unique
Some sang
Others just danced
Everybody was at their best
Nobody knew who was going to win
They did so wonderful
That moment when they announce the name
All was still and quiet
Whom ever it was they were lucky
Her performance was great Adverb A basketball player:
- ran=slowly and quickly
-Shoot=skillfully and accurately
- pass = triumphantly and consciously
-dribble= rapidly and casually
-drive= forcibly and terribly
- steal= boldly and finally
-block= suddenly and urgently
- dunk =magically and impressively
-travel = continually and disorderly
-rebound =actively and fiercely Conjunctions For- He failed the test, for he did not study.
And-Jenna left the house earlier, and grabbed all the supplies for her teachings.
Nor-Jenna did not know the answer to the question, nor did I.
But-Jenna bought the tickets, but lost them along the way.
Or-Justin is going to win the race, or Jesse would win.
Yet-Justin did not study for the test, yet he past the test. Verb A-acting
B-buying
C-catching
D-dinging
E-eating
F-fighting
G-grab
H-helping
I-itching
J-jogging
K-kicking
L-leaving
M-moving
N-nodding
O-opening
P-printing
Q-questioning
R-reading
S-sailing
T-take
U-unite
V-visiting
W-walking
X-x-ray
Y-yell
Z-zip By: Janice Rico place=museum thing =dog ideas=victory Rhyming nouns and adjectives:





-The shy fly did not make any friends.




-The bright light could not let me see the audience.





-The match-maker is a stupid cupid.




-The pail male was sick for weeks. Synonyms for:

talk-argue, be in contact, canvass, carry on conversation,dialogue, engage in conversation, exchange,keep in touch, negotiate, and discuss

walk-advance, amble, ambulate, canter, escort, exercise, file, foot, go, go on foot

run-act, bear, carry, command, control, convey, go, govern, handle, manage, and move

add-calculate, cast, compute, count, count up, do addition, enumerate, figure, reckon, sum Alphabet Adjectives Color-red and colorful
Size-large and huge
Shape-oval and round
Distance-long and far A-argumentative
B-blushing
C-caring
D-daring
E-effective
F-forgiving
G-gracious
H-honest
I-imperfect
J-jobless
K-kind
L-loving
M-minor
N-nice
O-optimistic
P-private
Q-quiet
R-reasonable
S-stubborn
T-thankful
U-understanding
V-vivacious
W-workable
X-xanthochroid
Y-youthful
Z-Zealous Quantity-large and immensity
Temperature-humid and high
Time-late and dark
Nationality or Origin-Caribbean and hispanic Material-rough and soft
Age-young and old
Purpose-useful and wrong
Label- strange and awkward Action verbs used more in my life:
-learning
-listening
-observing
-understanding
-studying
-exciting
-watching
-experiancing
-drawing
-playing Wow! What happened to your hair.
Nothing, I did'nt to anything to it.
Really, are you absolutely sure.
Yeay, I'm sure and is it that bad.
Well, just forget I said anything. Sentence using linking verbs about me: -I am from Puerto Rico.
-I am close to my parents.
-I was in Puerto Rico for twelve years.
-I was in many sporting activities.
-I will go to college.
-I will maintain my grade point average high. Slogans You have to have it! Don't let her down! Buy it! Get It! You deserve it! Hoping for the vacation of your dreams? We'll find it! Spoil yourself by it today! The game was starting to pick up. John was slowly running up and down the court. He was accurately and skillfully shooting. He was triumphantly passing the ball to different team members. He was an all-star, with his boldly steal from Henry. When it came to halftime something changed about him. He disorderly and continually travel and making mistakes that he normally would not do. It took a talk with his coach to get him back to his incredible skills. The use of adverbs can really affect the meaning of the sentence:

Ex. 1
She walked to her class.
She walked slowly to her class.
She walked quickly to her class.
She walked angrily to her class.
She walked hastily to her class.
She walked happily to her class.
Ex. 2
She read the book.
She silently read the book.
She correctly read the book.
She loudly read the book.
She quickly read the book.
She eagerly read the book. Preposition On the table there were many things
Near the chair there were pencils
Since there were pencils there was paper
Though there were no pens
Despite all the pencils there was a computer
Toward the end at the table everything was neatly placed
Underneath there were two dogs sleeping
Beside it there were two beautiful paintings
Beyond the table there were vases



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