Past
Nouns
Subordinating Conjunctions
Compound sentences
100

Say if the each verb is a regular or irregular verb.

eat, feel, walk, enjoy.

eat -  irregular

feel - irregular 

walk - regular

enjoy -  regular

100

What is a noun?

Person, place, thing, animal.

100

Which is the main clause.

Until he falls asleep. His mom will read to Jake.

His mom will read to Jake.

100

Which are the 3 connecting words?

and , or , but

200

Change this verbs to the past tense.

stop, cry, stay, want.


stop - stopped

cry - cried

stay - stayed

want - wanted

200

Are these singular or plural?

washers, airport, tissues, scarves, cliff.

washers- plural

airport- singular

tissues- plural

scarves- plural

cliff - singular

200

Which is the dependant clause?

Noah peeled the carrots. While the pasta was cooking.

While the pasta was cooking.

200

When do we use and?

To join two sentences with similar ideas.

300

Change these irregular verbs.

make, have, be, give.

make - made

have - had

be - was/were

give - gave

300

Change the noun from singular to plural.

loaf, lady, paper, dish, wife.

loaf -  loaves

lady- ladies

paper- papers

dish- dishes

wife- wives


300

What do you do to make it 1 sentence?

Since she was a teenager. Lisa has not seen her aunt.

Since she was a teenager, Lisa has not seen her aunt.

300

When do we use but and or?

But- To join two sentences with contrasting ideas.

Or - To show a choice between two different ideas.

400

Say the 5 rules for the past tense.

1. Add d,

2. Add ed

3. Verbs ending in a vowel + y add ed

4. Verbs ending consonant + y change y to i add ed

5. Consonant, vowel, consonant add another consonant and add ed

400

Say 2 rules for nouns.

1. Add s (phone)

2. End in ch, ss, sh, x, z add es (watch)

3. Ends in consonant + y add es (family)

4. Ends in f or fe change f to v and add es (wolf)

400

What are subordinating conjunctions?

Words that connect a dependent clause with the main clause (complete sentence).

400

What are compound sentences?

Two simple sentences. Each with a suject and a verb. Joined to form a compound sentence

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