Writing
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Grammar
Past Tense
100

What is the climax in a story?

The biggest or most important part of the story, usually right before the end.

100

What is one new word you have learned recently?

Nice!

100

Name three words that begin with "th"

Good job!

100

Find the error in this sentence:

My friend bought a new bag because she's old bag broke.

She's -> Her

100

Change this sentence to simple past:

I go to the store with my friend, then we eat snacks and watch a movie at her house.

I went to the store with my friend, then we ate snacks and watched a movie at her house.

200

What is the difference between a protagonist and an antagonist?

A protagonist is the main character and the antagonist gets in his/her way. 

Bonus: Who are the protagonists & antagonists in Thor: Ragnarok?

200

What are some prefixes that mean "not"?

In, im, un, a, etc.

200

What would Tony do if he was suddenly poor?

Interesting thought
200

What are two ways to make the future tense?

Will + Be Going To

I will call you when I get home.'

I'm going to burn my math textbook when the school year ends.

200

Name two regular and two irregular past tense verbs.

Examples:

Played, cleaned, partied, cried, laughed.

Ran, read, saw, found, brought.

300

What does it mean to edit something you wrote?

Editing means looking for mistakes or parts that could be better and fixing them.

300

What does the suffix "able" mean? Like in doable or wearable?

It means "can" (so "can be done" or "can be worn")

300

What is one project you hope to start or finish this year?

Sounds awesome!

300
Finish this "If" statement:


If I had invested in Apple when it was a new company, then...

Example: I would be extremely rich today. 

300

Change this sentence to past perfect: 

I ________ (eat) two pieces of pizza before my sister finished one.

I had eaten two pieces of pizza before my sister finished one.

400

What do you think the theme(s) of the movie Black Widow are?

Examples: Family, right vs wrong, choice vs being forced, history coming back to the present.

400

What are some synonyms and antonyms for the word "difficult?"

Synonyms: Hard, challenging

Antonyms: Easy

400

Quick! Name five plants that you can eat.

Yum

400

Is this sentence correct?

My brother's friends are so weird. All they do is pretend to fight battles. 

Yes, it's correct!

(I can imagine Loki saying this.)

400
Find the error in this sentence:


I haven't see the movie "Buzz Lightyear" yet, but I've heard it's cute.

I haven't SEEN the movie Buzz Lightyear yet, but I've heard it's cute.

500

What are the main parts of an essay? (Remember the sandwich)

An introduction, a thesis (your idea or opinion), body paragraphs where you explain your opinion, and a conclusion. 

500

What are the three parts of words that we studied? 

Prefix, root, suffix

500

What is the difference between first person, second person, and third person writing? (POV)

1st person: I looked at my dog.

2nd person: You looked at your dog.

3rd person: He looked at his dog.

500

What is the difference between who's and whose?

Who's = who is (who's that tall guy?)

Whose = possessive (whose cookies are those?)

500

What is the difference in meaning between these sentences?

I didn't see Thor at the party.

I haven't seen Thor at the party.

I hadn't seen Thor at the party.


1. The party is over or I left, and I didn't see Thor while I was there. 

2. I haven't seen Thor (yet) but I might still see him, or I expected to see him.

3. I hadn't seen Thor, BUT something else happened: IE I saw Loki, I saw that one guy I hate, I saw Thor's hammer so I knew he must be somwhere.

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