Eighth Grade English Benchmark Period Two Punctuation, Utilization, and Mechanics PASS Measures and Goals.


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Eighth Grade English Benchmark Period Two Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics PASS Standards and Objectives

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PASS GUM 3.1.a. Recognize the central parts of verbs to frame verb tenses. Ollie speaking… Yes, Apple, I have my notes on main parts of verbs… You\'ve overlooked them, you say? Uh huh… Yeah, I\'m in the midst of some recreation once more… Uh huh… here in Aruba. They are available, past, and past participle… Uh, Apple...uh… where did you get this number?

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PASS GUM 3.1.a. Recognize the foremost parts of verbs to shape verb tenses. Presently, I have to make sense of my late spring school homework... Gracious Ollie, you\'re magnificent! Trust you\'re having an amazing time at the shoreline! Uh huh… Thanks for the amazing help! Apple (had ran, had keep running) after Ollie for a long time, yet she couldn\'t make him like her. 2. Apple prepared treats for Ollie, yet Ollie said that he had as of now (ate, eaten) his supper. 3. Ollie said, "I\'ve (went, gone) on an excursion two times to make tracks in an opposite direction from Apple. 4. Apple said, "I (sung, sang) in the choir with Ollie a year ago, and we had a considerable measure of fun." 5. Apple said to herself, "I\'ve (fell, fallen) in affection with Ollie, and it\'s as simple as that. Record what you believe are the right verb shapes. Answers are on the following slide.

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PASS GUM 3.1.a. Distinguish the primary parts of verbs to frame verb tenses. Apple (had ran, had pursued ) Ollie for a long time, however she couldn\'t make him like her. 2. Apple prepared treats for Ollie, yet Ollie said that he had as of now (ate, had ) his supper. 3. Ollie said, "I\' ve (went, gone ) in the midst of some recreation two times to make tracks in an opposite direction from Apple. 4. Apple said, "I (sung, sang ) in the choir with Ollie a year ago, and we had a ton of fun." 5. Apple said to herself, "I\' ve (fell, fallen ) in adoration with Ollie, and it\'s as simple as that. This is a decent approach to consider present, past, and past participle:

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PASS GUM 3.1.a. Recognize the foremost parts of verbs to frame verb tenses. Yuh, Skye, I could hear it in his voice; Ollie has succumbed to me! What? Better believe it – Oh yes! I have as of now excused him for disregarding me. What, Skye? Gracious better believe it… beyond any doubt, he has flew down to the shoreline several times, yet I have took some time off as well, you know. It has not took me long to get over how he gets a kick out of the chance to take get-aways from me. Yuh, Skye, I know he has tore up a couple of my adoration notes, yet that is over! I\'ve kept in touch with him a letter that he\'ll get when he comes back from Aruba. Skye, I simply have not gave Ollie enough love before. Alright… Bye, Skye. I seen Ollie strolling along these lines! Will you help Apple with her verb issues? Did you discover the greater part of Apple\'s oversights? Check the following slide no doubt.

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PASS GUM 3.1.a. Recognize the essential parts of verbs to frame verb tenses. Utilize the Principal Parts of Verbs Chart to check Apple\'s verb tense decisions. Essential Parts of Verbs Past Present Past Participle 1. … Ollie has succumbed to me! 2. … I have as of now pardoned him… 3. … he has flew down to the shoreline… 4. … I have took some time off as well, you know. 5. It has not took me long… 6. … he has tore up a couple of my affection notes… 7. I\' ve thought of him a letter… 8. I simply have not gave Ollie enough love… 9. I seen Ollie strolling along these lines!

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PASS GUM 3.1.a. Distinguish the vital parts of verbs to shape verb tenses. In this way, Ricci, I asked Ms. Beautiful, our English instructor, why I have verb tense issues, and she said we utilize the verb tenses that we grow up listening to . On the off chance that our companions, relatives, day-care staff, TV characters, and others around us use verb tenses in a way that is not the same as standard English, that is the way we\'ll use them. That is the thing that sounds right to us! Better believe it, no joking! We hear it; we say it! She said we simply need to realize which ones we utilize mistakenly, make a rundown of them, and after that retain the right structures. I\'ve as of now started… uh, I mean started to make my rundown! Better believe it, Ricci, what did you think? I would prefer not to commit linguistic use errors all my life!

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PASS GUM 3.1.b. Make subjects and verbs concur. … however I don\'t need a feline! … yet it\'s so charming… Each of my different beaus were upbeat to get presents! Apple, quit giving me presents! Arrgggh!!! You have awful subject-verb assention! Each is solitary and were is plural! Alright, Ollie. Each of my different sweethearts was no place close as adorable as you!

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PASS GUM 3.1.b. Make subjects and verbs concur. A particular subject needs a solitary verb; a plural subject needs a plural verb. Keep an eye out; it can be precarious! subject prepositional expression - verb - direct question Each of Apple\'s felines (have, has ) somewhat pink neckline. verb subject prepositional ph. (There\'s, There are , There is) two felines in the room. Try not to mistake the subject for a prepositional expression that comes after it! Hello, look! The verb can precede the subject now and again.

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With Either… or… and Neither… nor… , we take a gander at the subject nearest to the verb to figure out if to utilize a particular or plural verb. Either the feline or the cushions (has, have ) tumbled from the sofa. Nor Ollie\'s companions nor Ollie ( is , are) going to Aruba once more. Both… and… is constantly plural since it resemble including two and two! Both Apple and Ollie (is, are ) contending about the feline.

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PASS GUM 3.1.b. Make subjects and verbs concur. verb subject - prepositional (There\' s , There is , There are ) water glasses in Skye\'s expression - - and Apple\'s hands. subject - verb - Neither Skye and Apple nor Ollie ( know, knows ) - - [noun proviso utilized as immediate object] - - how to make subjects and verbs concur appropriately. _ There are _ (plural) glasses (plural) Ollie (solitary) _ knows _ (particular)

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PASS GUM 3.1.b. Make subjects and verbs concur. Psst! Correlative Conjunctions are sets of conjunctions that join words or gatherings of words: both… and… , either… or… , not one or the other… nor… ,… as well as… , whether… or… Now you attempt: Both the young ladies and the kid (carry on, carries on) well. Either the kid or the young ladies (have, has) chose to keep the cat.

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PASS GUM 3.1.b. Make subjects and verbs concur . "Both… and… " = plural. It resembles math. "Both… and… " = "They." Both the young ladies and the kid ( carry on , carries on) well. Extraordinary employment, individuals! "Either… or… " = solitary or plural, contingent upon what comes just before the verb. Either the kid or the young ladies ( have , has) chose to keep the little cat.

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PASS GUM 3.1.b. Make subjects and verbs concur. Simply recollect that the words either, not one or the other, and both capacity a few ways. Take a gander at these cases: Either… or… is a correlative conjunction : it joins words. Either Skye or Ricci (need, needs ) to go swimming. Either is an inconclusive pronoun : it replaces a thing. Pronouns can be subjects, direct protests, backhanded articles, objects of the relational word, predicate nominatives. Both of the young ladies (need, needs ) to go swimming. Either is a descriptive word : it changes a thing or pronoun. Either young lady can win the swim meet; it is possible that one can beat the opposition.

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PASS GUM 3.1.c. Use nominative, target, and possessive pronouns accurately. Hello, Apple, it\'s Ricci! Where are you? Me and Skye are here in Aruba sitting tight for you! Skye said that you and her could water ski when you arrive. There\'s the cutest spot that Skye found for she and you to have a "spa day"! There\'s additionally an incredible spot right close to the town for you and I to go running. Pick up the pace and arrive \'cause Skye can hardly wait to see you and me have a go at parasailing! Bye! Look at Ricci\'s pronoun utilization. On the off chance that you see any mistakes, make a rundown. You can check your rundown in around six or seven slides!

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PASS GUM 3.1.c. Use nominative, goal, and possessive pronouns effectively. subject verb - direct protest - 1. Apple likes Skye and (I, me, myself). subject verb - roundabout article - direct obj. 2. Ricci told Skye and (I, me, myself) some tattle. subject verb dir. obj. (prepositional expression finishing w/obj. of prep.) 3. Skye gave a blessing to Apple and (I, me, myself). - - subjects - - verb direct obj. 4. Apple and (I, me, myself) like Ricci. Eek! I\'m going to miss my flight to Aruba!

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PASS GUM 3.1.c. Use nominative, target, and possessive pronouns effectively. Definitions and Examples 1. Nominative pronouns – Used as subjects, predicate nominatives 2. Target pronouns – Used as immediate items, aberrant articles, objects of the relational word 3. Possessive pronouns – Used to show ownership Spring break is so a good time for Apple, Ricci, and (I, me).

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PASS GUM 3.1.c. Use nominative, goal, and possessive pronouns accurately. subject verb - direct protest - Apple likes Skye and (I, me , myself). Apple is the subject. Skye and me are the immediate OBJECTS . The immediate article gets the activity of the verb (like from Apple). Since me is an "item," you can\'t utilize the pronoun I . You utilize the pronoun I for "subjects."

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PASS GUM 3.1.c. Use nominative, target, and possessive pronouns accurately. subject verb roundabout - - question direct obj. Ricci told Skye and (I, me , myself) some tattle. Individuals, I don\'t

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