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What does unity mean? A. Every sentence should sound the same B. Every sentence What does unity mean? A. Every sentence should sound the same B. Every sentence in the paragraph should relate directly to the topic. C. Each sentence should be a different sentence structure to add variety. B

What is coherence? A. Every sentence & paragraph should flow nicely into the other What is coherence? A. Every sentence & paragraph should flow nicely into the other and we should be able to see a clear relationship. B. Each sentence should have imagery so that the reader can clearly see what the writer is talking about. C. Every sentence should relate directly to the topic. A

What is imagery? A. Imagery ensures that each sentence has words that the reader What is imagery? A. Imagery ensures that each sentence has words that the reader will understand. B. Imagery contains ideas that are exciting to keep the readers’ interest. C. Imagery contains details so that the reader can “see” what the writer is talking about. C

When thinking of imagery, fill in the blank. not tell. Show When thinking of imagery, fill in the blank. not tell. Show

Q: What is a grabber sentence? A. A sentence in the introduction that grabs Q: What is a grabber sentence? A. A sentence in the introduction that grabs the reader’s attention. B. A sentence in the conclusion that leaves the reader with an interesting fact. C. A sentence in any paragraph that is exciting. A

Tell 3 ways to write a grabber. 1. Question 2. Quote 3. Amazing fact Tell 3 ways to write a grabber. 1. Question 2. Quote 3. Amazing fact

What are 5 ways to write/end a conclusion? • Question • Quote • Restate What are 5 ways to write/end a conclusion? • Question • Quote • Restate main idea • Make a recommendation • Ending with the last event

What are 3 purposes to write? Entertain Persuade Inform What are 3 purposes to write? Entertain Persuade Inform

What is 1 change you would make if you had 2 different audiences, for What is 1 change you would make if you had 2 different audiences, for example children or adults? Use of different vocabulary

Name the 5 steps of The Writing Process in order 1. Prewriting 2. Drafting Name the 5 steps of The Writing Process in order 1. Prewriting 2. Drafting 3. Revising 4. Editing 5. Publishing

e piece of Choose th ue that is dialog orrectly. ctuated c pun A. e piece of Choose th ue that is dialog orrectly. ctuated c pun A. Sam proclaimed, “My favorite type of literature is a good mystery. ” B. Michael protested, “the punishment is not fair!” C. Bob said, “The play was phenomenal”! A

e piece of Choose th ue that is dialog orrectly. ctuated c pun A. e piece of Choose th ue that is dialog orrectly. ctuated c pun A. “Who is the best actor, ” asked Bill. B. Jayden stated, “the best writer is definitely Shakespeare. ” C. Kristen asked, “Why do we come back for 1 day after Christmas break? ” C

e piece of Choose th ue that is dialog orrectly. ctuated c pun A. e piece of Choose th ue that is dialog orrectly. ctuated c pun A. “Who is your best friend? ” asked Jonathan B. Michael screamed “I love Shakespeare” ! C. Zach said, “I am going to ace this test!” C

Is the following sentence a: run-on, fragment, or stringy? I love winter, my family Is the following sentence a: run-on, fragment, or stringy? I love winter, my family does too. Run-on

Tell whether the following sentence is a run-on, fragment, or stringy. There are many Tell whether the following sentence is a run-on, fragment, or stringy. There are many reasons why wintertime is wonderful, such as the beautiful snow and fun activities, and this is why I think it is simply the best time of year, although I don’t dislike any other season. Stringy

Tell whether the following sentence is a run-on, fragment, or stringy. Since we are Tell whether the following sentence is a run-on, fragment, or stringy. Since we are going on a long, treacherous journey through the woods. Fragment

Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. I lay/laid Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. I lay/laid the napkin on the counter. laid

Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. Last night Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. Last night I lay/laid awake in my bed until midnight. lay

Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. I sat/set Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. I sat/set in the comfy chair in front of the fireplace. sat

Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. I sat/set Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. I sat/set the apple on the counter. set

Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. The sun Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. The sun raised/rose in the sky. rose

Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. I raised/rose Tell what the correct form of the verb is in the sentence. I raised/rose my hand to answer a question. raised

What is the definition of a Noun? Person, Place, Thing, or Idea What is the definition of a Noun? Person, Place, Thing, or Idea

What is the definition of a Pronoun? Takes the place of a noun What is the definition of a Pronoun? Takes the place of a noun

What is the definition of a Verb? An action or a state of being What is the definition of a Verb? An action or a state of being

What is the definition of a Adjective? Describes a noun What is the definition of a Adjective? Describes a noun

What is the definition of a Adverb? Describes a verb, adjective, or another adverb What is the definition of a Adverb? Describes a verb, adjective, or another adverb

What is the definition of a Conjunction? A word used to join words or What is the definition of a Conjunction? A word used to join words or groups of words together

What is the definition of a Interjection? A word used to express emotion What is the definition of a Interjection? A word used to express emotion

What is the definition of a Preposition? A word that shows the relationship of What is the definition of a Preposition? A word that shows the relationship of a noun/pronoun to another word.

Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. I went to the store Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. I went to the store and ate candy. A. Simple B. Compound C. Complex D. Compound-Complex A. Simple

Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. Because the weather is cold, Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. Because the weather is cold, I will wear my coat outside. A. Simple B. Compound C. Complex D. Compound-Complex C. Complex

Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. Although it is snowing, I Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. Although it is snowing, I will still go outside, and I will bring my friends. A. Simple B. Compound C. Complex D. Compound-Complex D. CD-CX

Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. I like to sit by Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. I like to sit by the fire and drink hot cocoa. A. Simple B. Compound C. Complex D. Compound-Complex A. Simple

Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. I enjoy skiing, and I Tell what kind of sentence structure the sentence is. I enjoy skiing, and I love the feel of the cold air on my face. A. Simple B. Compound C. Complex D. Compound-Complex B. Compound

Is the following verb active or passive? The 3 point er was swished by Is the following verb active or passive? The 3 point er was swished by Amanda. Passive

Is the following verb active or passive? The ice-crea m cone was ea ten Is the following verb active or passive? The ice-crea m cone was ea ten by Gage. Passive

Is the following verb active or passive? Active The icecream cone ate Gage. Is the following verb active or passive? Active The icecream cone ate Gage.

Is the following verb active or passive? Caden won the race! Active Is the following verb active or passive? Caden won the race! Active

Is the following verb active or passive? The black p anther was chased by Is the following verb active or passive? The black p anther was chased by the dragon. Passive

Is the following verb active or passive? The couch w as so comfortable ! Is the following verb active or passive? The couch w as so comfortable ! Neither! hy? W B/c “was” is not an action verb

Which verb mood states a fact? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive Which verb mood states a fact? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive E. Conditional Indica tive

Which verb mood is a command? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive Which verb mood is a command? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive E. Conditional Impera tive

Which verb mood asks a question? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive Which verb mood asks a question? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive E. Conditional Interro gative

Which verb mood depends on something else to happen? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Which verb mood depends on something else to happen? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive E. Conditional Condit ional

Which verb mood is a wish or a hypothetical situation? A. Indicative B. Interrogative Which verb mood is a wish or a hypothetical situation? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive E. Conditional Subjun ctive

In what mood is the following verb? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. In what mood is the following verb? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive E. Conditional Bring me the ketchu p. Imperative

In what mood is the following verb? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. In what mood is the following verb? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive If I we re a m ovie st ar, I would build a humon gous lo g cabin. E. Conditional Subjunctive

In what mood is the following verb? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. In what mood is the following verb? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive E. Conditional What d id you buy me for Christ mas? Interrogative

In what mood is the following verb? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. In what mood is the following verb? A. Indicative B. Interrogative C. Imperative D. Subjunctive E. Conditional If you partici pate in the rev iew, th en you will ge t an A! Conditional

“Good Luck!!” Don’t forget to study! “Don’t be nervous; have confidence!” “Good Luck!!” Don’t forget to study! “Don’t be nervous; have confidence!”