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Daily Language Review

Correct Sentences Identify Parts of Speech Compl
ete Analogies Metaphors and Similes Spelling We
ekly Quizzes!!!
2
MondayWeek 1
Correct these sentences. 1. does his cuzin live
s in unother sity Does his cousin live in anoth
er city? 2. After james and tamara cleened th
e garage grandma gave them five dollars
After James and Tamara cleaned the garage,
Grandma gave them five dollars.
Singular or plural? 3. cattle Plural Ci
rcle the word in each row that is spelled
correctly. 4. oxigun oxegun oxygen oxyge
n 5. umpare umpire umpyre umpire
3
TuesdayWeek 1
Give an antonym for each word.
1. demolish build, preserve, support 2.
imaginary real Correct these sentences. 3.
the Childrens valubles were storeed in the
teachers closit The childrens valuables were s
tored in the teachers closet.
4. that Hot Rod is the noisier vehicul on my
Block That hot rod is the noisiest vehicle on
my block. Declarative, interrogative, imperat
ive, or exclamatory? 5. Whos your favorite mus
ic artist? Interrogative
4
WednesdayWeek 1
Correct these sentences. 1. wernt their no milk
in the refrijerator Wasnt there any milk in th
e refrigerator? 2. there going to come to sea
me at 7 pm Theyre going to come to see me at
7 p.m. Complete the analogy. 3. heavy ligh
t near _______________ close by far away
next door traveled far away Where would t
he following probably take place?
4. The boy watched from the terminal as the
commuter plane landed on the runway.
It would probably take place at an airport.
What is the root or base word? 5. illogical
logic
5
ThursdayWeek 1
What is the correct abbreviation?
1. Avenue Ave. 2. pound lb. What ref
erence source would you use to fine the meaning
of thesaurus? 3. dictionary Correct these se
ntences. 4. lets play a game of Soccor to day
Lets play a game of soccer today.
5. antonio was to big for his old bike sew
he sold it at the old town flee market
Antonio was too big for his old bike, so he
sold it at the Old Town Flea Market.
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MondayWeek 2
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. my Dad gave the prezint two pete and I
  • My dad gave the present to Pete and me.
  • 2. it werent no serprize I new he wood do it
  • It wasnt a surprise I knew he would do it.
  • Use context clues to determine the meaning of the
    bolded word below.
  • 3. The time line gave the events in
    chronological order.
  • Chronological means to arrange in order in
    which something occurred.
  • Fact or Opinion?
  • 4. Over 75 of the students had a library card.
    __________
  • FACT
  • 5. Every student should read one book a month.
    _________
  • OPINION

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TuesdayWeek 2
  • Give a synonym for succeeded.
  • 1. won
  • Which word would come first in alphabetical
    order?
  • 2. fiber feverish festive fervor fertilize
  • FERTILIZE
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. aprul is my faverutest month of the year
  • April is my favorite month of the year.
  • 4. we mayd the last paiment on hour new raddio
  • We made the last payment on our new radio.
  • Write the pronoun that would replace the
    underlined nouns.
  • 5. Bernie and Ben went orienteering with the
    Scouts.
  • They

8
WednesdayWeek 2
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. the work men layed a straite track for the
    frayt train
  • The workmen laid a straight track for the
    freight train.
  • 2. maggie claymd she wuz to busy to dew her
    home work
  • Maggie claimed she was too busy to do her
    homework.
  • What do you call this part of a friendly letter?
  • 3. Your pen pal,
  • closing
  • Simile or metaphor?
  • 4. The butterfly was as graceful as a
    ballerina.
  • simile
  • Circle the adverb in this sentence.
  • 5. Touch the new puppy gently so you dont
    injure it.
  • gently

9
ThursdayWeek 2
  • Which word would come last in alphabetical
    order?
  • 1. shale shaft shady shallot shaky
  • shallot
  • How many syllables does this word have?
  • 2. relationship
  • 4
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. mrs peters asked mr beckman will the concert
    start at 700 or 730
  • Mrs. Peters asked Mr. Beckman, Will the
    concert start at 700 or 730?
  • 4. the workmen has come to fix the oven in
    sammys kitchin
  • The workmen have come to fix the oven in Sammys
    kitchen. OR The workman has come to fix the
    oven in Sammys kitchen.
  • Write the missing letters for the /l/ sound.
  • 5. sever
  • several

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MondayWeek 3
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. we had a flat tire amos wuz car sick and we
    got losted
  • We had a flat tire, Amos was carsick, and we got
    lost.
  • 2. chris thought I hope thay will chose me for
    there teem
  • Chris thought, I hope they will choose me for
    their team.
  • What is the correct abbreviation for Doctor?
  • 3. Doc Dr Dr. none of these
  • Dr.
  • Write the correct salutation for a business
    letter to Dr. Ben Corliss.
  • 4. Dear Dr. Ben Corliss OR Dear Dr.
    Corliss
  • What is the meaning of this idiom?
  • 5. Winning the race was quite a feather in my
    cap.
  • an accomplishment to be proud of

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TuesdayWeek 3
  • Synonyms or Antonyms?
  • 1. arrival, departure
  • antonyms
  • 2. abandon, discontinue
  • synonyms
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. look out below he called that rock is
    falling
  • Look out below! he called. That rock is
    falling!
  • 4. mother and her polish friend brigitta slovik
    went to a chinese resterant for lunch
  • Mother and her Polish friend, Brigitta Slovik,
    went to a Chinese restaurant for lunch.
  • Which work does not belong in this group?
  • 5. granite quartz feldspar gasoline amber
  • gasoline

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WednesdayWeek 3
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. our minister rev murphy has worked in
    churchs in australia guatemala and malaysia
  • Our minister, Rev. Murphy, has worked in
    churches in Australia, Guatemala, and Malaysia.
  • 2. there mother ask them to go to blacks market
    for her
  • Their mother asked them to go to Blacks Market
    for her.
  • Circle the cause and underline the effect.
  • 3. The campers wandered off the trail and
    became lost.
  • circlewandered off trail underlinebecame
    lost
  • Singular or plural?
  • 4. phenomena
  • plural
  • Give the past tense of the verb teach.
  • taught

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ThursdayWeek 3
  • What contraction is made form these two words?
  • 1. will not
  • wont
  • What reference source would you use to find
    several synonyms for the word walked?
  • 2. thesaurus
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. why due I have to due my home work now
    complained tori
  • Why do I have to do my homework now?
    complained Tori.
  • 4. its always best to get yourre work done
    before you watch tv said mom
  • Its always best to get your work done before
    you watch TV, said Mom.
  • Add a prefix to this word.
  • 5. appoint
  • disappoint, reappoint

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MondayWeek 4
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. on april 2 grandma avery will celebrateher
    hundred birthday
  • On April 2, Grandma Avery will celebrate her
    hundredth birthday.
  • 2. i studyed an interesting article kayaking in
    alaska in the national geographic world magazine
  • I studied an interesting article, Kayaking in
    Alaska, in the National Geographic World
    magazine.
  • Give the past tense of the verb grow.
  • 3. grew
  • Write a fact about Canada.
  • 4. Answers will varyCanada is a country
    located north of the U.S.
  • Circle the antonym for pursue. chase
    continue abandon study
  • 5. abandon

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TuesdayWeek 4
  • Choose the best word to complete this sentence.
  • 1. She________ have any coins in her pocket.
    dont doesnt never always
  • doesnt
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 2. the old tyred dog wantz to lay down by the
    warm fire
  • The old, tired dog wants to lie down by the warm
    fire.
  • 3. are we suppose to read across the plains or
    mountain trek in are history books tonight
  • Are we supposed to read Across the Plains or
    Mountain Trek in our history books tonight?
  • What two words make up this contraction?4.
    youd
  • you would
  • Use this homophone pair in one sentence forth,
    fourth
  • 5. Answers will varySally was fourth in line
    as the dancers walked back and forth across the
    stage.

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WednesdayWeek 4
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. the scaryest story in horrifying bedtime
    stories was sounds in the night by t s jones
  • The scariest story in Horrifying Bedtime Stories
    was Sounds in the Night by T.S. Jones.
  • 2. the farmer letem ride him horse
  • The farmer let them ride his horse.
  • Circle the adjectives in this sentence.
  • 3. The graceful antelope leaped quickly over
    the rough, rocky roadbed and diappeared into the
    thick bushes beyond.
  • graceful, rough, rocky, thick
  • Give two words that rhyme with thrown.
  • 4. shone, grown, zone, moan, stone, loan
  • Which word is spelled correctly?
  • 5. receive receve recieve receeve
  • RECEIVE

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ThursdayWeek 4
  • Which word would come first in alphabetical
    order?
  • 1. myth mystery myself mysterious
  • MYSELF
  • Where is someone who is saying the following?
  • 2. Due to unexpected turbulence, the captain
    has turned on the Fasten Seatbelt sign.
  • They are on an airplane.
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. dad sets in a chair to read him newspaper
  • Dad sits in a chair to read his newspaper.
  • 4. is miss browns english class gonna resight
    robert frosts poem at the assembly
  • Is Miss Browns English class going to recite
    Robert Frosts poem at the assembly?
  • What part of speech is underlinednoun, verb,
    adjective, or adverb?
  • 5. Lay the new clothes neatly on the bed before
    you go outside.
  • ADVERB

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MondayWeek 5
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. carl will you help me with my home work
    afterschool
  • Carl, will you help me with my homework after
    school?
  • 2. no not today because I have to go out of
    town with my mom and dad
  • No, not today, because I have to go out of town
    with my mom and dad.
  • Rewrite this phrase using a possessive noun.
  • 3. the new electronic game belonging to Scott
  • Scotts new electronic game
  • Choose the best word to complete this sentence.
  • 4. ________ going to meet us in the lobby after
    the movie. Their There Theys Theyre
  • Theyre
  • What is the meaning of this figure of speech?
  • 5. When I asked her for a loan, she said, Go
    fly a kite.
  • Go away stop bothering me not a chance no
    way

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TuesdayWeek 5
  • Which is the correct way to divide this word into
    syllables?
  • 1. rep re sen ta tive re pre sent a
    tive rep re sent a tive
  • rep re sent a tive
  • Does the underlined adverb tell how, where, or to
    what extent?
  • 2. A cheetah runs the most quickly of all
    cats.
  • how
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. why duznt he ever due his home work
  • Why doesnt he ever do his homework?
  • 4. this dont look like anything ive ever seen
    before said dr thomas
  • This doesnt look like anything Ive ever seen
    before, said Dr. Thomas.
  • Circle the cause and underline the effects.
  • 5. The lava oozed down the sides of the volcano
    and black smoke smothered the sunlight after the
    eruption.
  • circlederuption underlinedlava oozed down
    the sides

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WednesdayWeek 5
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. after ive finished skateing I am going to
    the liburary four a new book to read
  • After Ive finished skating, I am going to the
    library for a new book to read.
  • 2. did you get a letter from youre pen pal
  • Did you get a letter from your pen pal?
  • Which part of speech is underlinednoun, verb,
    adj., or adverb?
  • 3. The flickering birthday candles stood at
    attention in the frosting drifts.
  • adjective describes the noun candles, it tells
    what kind of
  • Synonyms or antonyms?
  • 4. reluctant, eager
  • antonyms reluctant means unwilling to do
    something,
  • and eager means having a strong desire or
    willingness
  • What is the correct abbreviation for Michigan?
  • 5. MI

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ThursdayWeek 5
  • What are the past and future tense of the verb
    drip?
  • 1. pastdripped futurewill drip
  • Rewrite this phrase using a possessive noun.
  • 2. the tusks and ears of the elephant
  • the elephants tusks and ears
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. we stoped once to use the bathroom stretch
    our legs and eat some diner
  • We stopped once to use the bathroom, stretch our
    legs, and eat some dinner.
  • 4. three boys bikes was left in the senter of
    seventh street on saterday octobr 10
  • Three boys bikes were left in the center of
    Seventh Street on Saturday, October 10.
  • Declarative, interrogative, imperative, or
    exclamatory?
  • 5. I went to the soccer game with Leon last
    Saturday.
  • Declarative

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MondayWeek 6
  • Correct these sentences.1. mr and mrs lee have
    traveled to europ asia and south america
  • Mr. and Mrs. Lee have traveled to Europe, Asia,
    and South America.
  • 2. i cant weight to travel by myself
  • I cant wait to travel by myself!
  • Use context clues to determine the meaning of the
    bolded word below.
  • 3. Climbing to the rock ledge will test his
    skills and his mettle.
  • Mettle means courage or strength of
    character.
  • Give two synonyms for the word mistaken.
  • 4. wrong, incorrect, not right
  • Fiction or nonfiction?5. Unopened flower buds
    of the clove tree are used to dull the pain of a
    toothache, freshen the breath, and flavor ham.
  • nonfiction

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TuesdayWeek 6
  • Does the underlined adjective tell which one,
    what kind, or how many?
  • 1. Carlos exclaimed, Look at that huge
    pumpkin!
  • what kind
  • Circle the predicate in this sentence.
  • 2. The whiskers on my kitten twitch when I rub
    its back.
  • Circletwitch when I rub its back
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. maggie clamed she was two busy too do her
    home work last night
  • Maggie claimed she was too busy to do her
    homework last night.
  • 4. mario lee and robert went to the steinhart
    aquarium to find out more about dolphins
  • Mario, Lee, and Robert went to the Steinhart
    Aquarium to find out more about dolphins.
  • Which word is not spelled correctly?
  • 5. inconsiderate uncomfortable prejudice prevei
    w
  • PREVEIWshould be spelled PREVIEW

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WednesdayWeek 6
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. every saterday morning myh little brother
    watches rugrats
  • Every Saturday morning my little brother watches
    Rugrats.
  • 2. last summer my friend sarafina moved to
    santa fe new mexico
  • Last summer my friend Sarafina moved to Santa
    Fe, New Mexico.
  • Choose the best word to complete the analogy.
  • 3. seldom many often _____
  • FEW
  • Synonyms, antonyms, or homophones?
  • 4. quick, speedy
  • Synonyms
  • 5. week, weak
  • Homophones

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ThursdayWeek 6
  • What contraction is made from these two words?
  • 1. we are
  • were
  • Add a prefix to this word. Test
  • 2. pretest, posttest
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. if we work hard replied judy well earn an
    excellent grade
  • If we work hard, replied Judy, well earn an
    excellent grade.
  • 4. michael ask how soon will brakefast be
    ready
  • Michael asked, How soon will breakfast be
    ready?
  • Past, present, or future?
  • 5. occupied
  • PAST

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MondayWeek 7
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 1. that john elway football belongs to my
    brother and I
  • That John Elway football belongs to my brother
    and me.
  • 2. michael and me ran in the big brothers
    marathon
  • Michael and I ran in the Big Brothers
    Marathon.
  • Use these three homophones in one sentence
    there, their, theyre
  • 3. Answers will vary Theyre standing over
    there holding their books.
  • Circle the preposition in this sentence.
  • 4. A young boy is hurrying along the crowded
    sidewalk.
  • Circle along
  • Give another work that would belong in this
    group.
  • 5. speak utter verbalize inform
  • answers will vary talk, articulate, converse

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TuesdayWeek 7
Give an antonym for this word.
1. ancient Answers will vary modern, con
temporary Which word is not spelled correctly?
2. wrestle whistel knapsack scratch
whistle Correct these sentences. 3. e
very one were invited to there party
Everyone was invited to their party.
4. several butterflys and eagels flew over
head Several butterflies and eagles flew overhea
d. Does this word have a suffix or a prefix?
5. impolite prefix
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WednesdayWeek 7
Correct these sentences. 1. them womens lu
nchs all cost the same amoount
Those womens lunches all cost the same amount.
2. jim likes chocolate chip molasses suger
and peanut butter cookys but I only like oatmeal
ones Jim likes chocolate chip, molasses, sugar,
and peanut butter cookies, but I only like
oatmeal ones. What is the root or base word?
3. prehistoric history Simile or metaphor?
4. When the principal walked over to his
desk, Sam sat as still as a statue.
Simile Is after used as a preposition or an adve
rb in this sentence? 5. After the farmer ha
rvested the corn, he sold it as ensilage.
Preposition
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ThursdayWeek 7
How many syllables are in each word?
1. inconvenient 4 inconvenient
2. inconsiderate 5 inconsiderate   Corr
ect these sentences. 3. mi sister teared of
f the books cover My sister tore off the books
cover. 4. the park district is searching fo
r a couch to help with the boys and girls teams
The Park District is searching for a coach to
help with the boys and girls
teams. Write the pronoun that would replace the u
nderlined words. 5. The soldiers and their
prisoners marched in single file. They
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MondayWeek 8
Correct these sentences. 1. please tell me
the anser to the riddel begged jose
Please tell me the answer to the riddle,
begged Jose. 2. will you help them guys pain
t there fence Will you help them paint their fen
ce? Is the comma used correctly? 3. August 3
1, 1976 Yes 4. Salina Kansas, 76532 No,
the comma should be placed between Salina, Kansas
76532 Which part of speech is underlinednoun, ve
rb, adjective, or adverb? 5. We offer the
largest selection of cool beverages, tasty meals,
and luscious desserts in town. Noun
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TuesdayWeek 8
Complete the analogy.1. leaf spinach root
flower carrot tomato lettuce
carrot Correct these sentences.2. jeff sits
his glasses on the tabel Jeff sets his glasses o
n the table. 3. I need to right a thank y
ou note to my grandmother for the present that
she sent me I need to write a thank-you note to
my grandmother for the present that she sent
me. Use the context clues to determine the me
aning of the bolded word.4. Many insects find
protection in mimesis, their close resemblance to
other insects that are harmful.
imitation of others Fact or Opinion?5. It is i
mportant to respect and protect forests and
wildlife at any cost. Opinion
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WednesdayWeek 8
Correct these sentences. 1. we read article
s form newsweek time and the daily herald for our
report We read articles from Newsweek, Time, and
The Daily Herald for our report.
2. while she pourd the soup the awkword
girl spilt it all over the papers on he mothers
desk While she poured the soup, the awkward girl
spilled it all over the papers on her mothers
desk. Which word would come first in alphabetical
order? 3. feminine fellowship femoral
feline feline, fellowship, feminine, femoral
Which word is spelled correctly?
4. neithur worrys gratious siege
neither worries gracious correct as is
Circle the adjectives in this sentence.
5. The fierce winds surged across the
carefully-planted wheat fields.
fierce, carefully-planted, wheat
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ThursdayWeek 8
Name this part of a friendly letter. 1.
Your friend, closing What do the words in this
group have in common? 2. biology chemistry a
natomy nuclear physics They are all kinds of sc
ience. Correct these sentences. 3. whil I w
eighted for the griddel to git hot I scratchded a
desighn on a chunck of wood While I waited for t
he griddle to get hot, I scratched a design on a
chunk of wood. 4. the sky opened up and rei
n slamed to the grownd The sky opened up, and ra
in slammed to the ground! What contraction is mad
e from these two words? 5. must not
mustnt
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Monday---Week 9
Correct these sentences. 1. whose that
there boy over their Whos that boy over there?
2. after the hen lies her eggs she sets on
them After the hen lays her eggs, she sits on th
em. Give another word that could belong in this g
roup. 3. lakes rivers oceans ponds
Any water formstream, sea, bay
What is personified in the following sentence?
4. The books on my shelf whispered secrets as
I tried to go to sleep. the books Which word is
not spelled correctly? 5.
orchestra ordinery dictionary stare
ordinary
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TuesdayWeek 9
Rewrite the sentence, adding at least one adje
ctive. 1. The puppy wagged its tail. Answ
ers will vary. The friendly puppy wagged its
bushy tail. What is the correct way to divide
these words into syllables? 2.
obstinate 3. occupant obstinate   o
ccupant   Correct these sentences. 4.
me and pete got a new dog at adams pet shop
Pete and I got a new dog at Adams Pet Shop.
5. antonio is two big for his old atheleti
c shews sew he will by a knew pare at florios
shoestore Antonio is too big for his old athl
etic shoes, so he will buy a new pair at
Florios Shoe Store.
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Wednesday---Week 9
Correct these sentences. 1. rhianna todd and
katie need three deskes at the front of the class
room Rhianna, Todd, and Katie need three desks a
t the front of the classroom. 2. uncle fred
bot us pizza at freddies Uncle Fred bought us pi
zza at Freddies. Is the underlined word a subjec
t pronoun or an object pronoun? 3. The
teacher trusted him to take attendance.
Him is used as an object pronoun in this
sentence.Complete the analogy.
4. Predator is to prey as owl is to ______.
fly hawk mouse talons mouse A predator
eats its prey. An owl eats mice.
Continued
37
Wednesday---Week 9 continued
Combine these two ideas into a single sentence.
5. Susan got out of bed. She looked out
her window to check the weather.
Answers will vary When Susan got out of bed, s
he looked out her window to check the weather.
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Thursday---Week 9
What is the correct abbreviation of Road? 1.
rd. Rd. RD. Rd Rd. Add the suf
fix ing to each of the following words. 2.
receive worry plan receiving worrying pl
anning Correct these sentences. 3. consta
ntly thomas worrys about his end of the year
project Thomas worries constantly about his end-
of-the-year project. OR Thomas constantly
worries about his end-of-the-year project.
4. the thersty boy drank the dr pepper in
one swallough The thirsty boy drank the Dr. Pepp
er in one swallow. Continued.
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Thursday---Week 9 Continued
Synonyms or Antonyms? (Synonyms Same, Antonyms
Opposite) 5. irregular, rough Synonyms
irregular means without symmetry, even shape,
formal arrangement, etc. an irregular pattern.
rough means having a coarse or uneven surface
, as from projections, irregularities, or
breaks not smooth rough, red hands a rough
road.
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Monday---Week 10
Correct these sentences. 1. native
americans beleived that the land was for
everybody to use and share Native Americans beli
eved that the land was for everyone to
use and share. 2. there was hundreds of tri
bes in america when christopher columbus landed
and though that he was in india
There were hundreds of tribes in America when
Christopher Columbus landed and thought
that he was in India.
Fact or Fantasy? 3. People and animals can
sink in quicksand and become trapped.
Fact Choose the best word to complete each sen
tence. 4. The trumpets range is _______
than the baritones. higher highest high
none higher 5. The tubas range is ____
_ of all. lower lowest low
none of these lowest
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Tuesday---Week 10
1. Write and opinion about pollution.
Opinions will vary Eliminating pollution
is everyones job. If the guide words on a page
are penicillin and pepper, which word would NOT
be on the page? 2. peninsula peony
penniless peppermint people
Peppermint Correct these sentences. 3.
i have the adresses of many frends living in
countrys around the world I have the addresses o
f many friends living in countries around the
world. 4. one of mrs moores busnesses is
taking pitchers of familee groups
One of Mrs. Moores businesses is taking
pictures of family groups. Continued
42
Tuesday---Week 10 Continued
  • Use this homophone pair in one sentence for,
    four
  • Sentences will vary He wanted four pieces
    of pizza for lunch.

43
Wednesday---Week 10
  • Correct these sentences. 1. the climit
    along the equator is very diffrent from the
    climit in alaska
  • The climate along the equator is very different
    from the climate in Alaska.
  • 2. a tire on his vehicul was puntured
    and sew he was stranded on the syde of the
    rode
  • A tire on his vehicle was punctured, so he was
    stranded on the side of the road.
  • What is the present tense of the verb caught?
  • catch
  • Continued

44
Wednesday---Week 10 Continued
Declarative, interrogative, imperative, or
exclamatory? HINT Declarative makes a statemen
t, interrogative asks a question, imperative
gives a command, and exclamatory is a statement
with strong feeling or emotion.
4. Watch out for the hole in the deck.
Imperativegives a command Underline the subjec
t in this sentence. 5. How many purchases
were made on Sunday? Purchases
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Thursday---Week 10
Which word would come last in alphabetical
order? 1. shudder shuffle shut
shutdown shuttle 1st 2nd
3rd 4th 5th (last)
Give the plural of each noun. 2.
fox wolf foxes wolves Correct these sentenc
es. 3. mr tuttle asked did studee for
youre math test Mr. Tuttle asked, Did you stud
y for your math test? 4. I spended three h
ours at the libary working on my essae for
english I spent three hours at the library worki
ng on my essay for English. Give the complete pre
dicate of this sentence. 5. Our friendship
has lasted a long time, despite our differences.
has lasted a long time, despite our differences
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Monday---Week 11
Correct these sentences. 1. the words
impolight and inknosiderate have about the same
meaning The words impolite and inconsiderate hav
e about the same meaning. 2. dr landrys m
otto is always bee prepeared Dr. Landrys motto
is Always be prepared. Add a suffix to this w
ord. (Hint A suffix comes at the end of a
word.) 3. strange possible answers are
stranger, strangely, strangest
Simile or metaphor? 4. Her hair was as shi
ny as a blackbirds wing. SIMILE Similes u
se was or is, metaphors use like or as.
Give another word that would belong in this grou
p. 5. calm soothe still allay
quiet, lull, settle, alleviate, peaceful
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Tuesday---Week 11
  • Circle the words that rhyme. 1. cruel
    school tell cool rule role
  • Circle all of them except for tell and role.
  • 2. chute newt shut route
    suit stool
  • Circle all of them except for shut and stool.
  • Correct these sentences. 3. well dew you
    think you can help me on saterday
  • Well, do you think you can help me on
    Saturday?
  • 4. i can help you monday jay if thats not
    to layt
  • I can help you Monday, Jay, if thats not too
    late.
  • Write a sentence about wheels that contains an
    example of alliteration. (Hint Alliteration
    means putting together two or more words of a
    word group with the same letter, as in apt
    alliteration's artful aid. )
  • Sentences will vary Whirling wheels whizzed by
    me.

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Wednesday---Week 11
Correct these sentences. 1. all the ice in
the lemonaide begun to disapear
All the ice in the lemonade began to disappear.
2. the jelly in slims sandwitch driped out
on hiz shirt. The jelly in Slims sandwich dripp
ed out on his shirt. Which words have four syll
ables? 3. representative technology
currency substituted
representative   technology
currency substituted Circle the cause
and underline the effect. 4. Mr. Christian,
my principal, always smiles when I pass him in
the hall. Causepass Mr. Christian in the hall
Effecthe always smiles Give a common noun for
each proper noun. 5. Mr.
Beckman Arlington, Virginia man city, state

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Thursday---Week 11
  • Give the comparative and superlative adjective
    for heavy.
  • heavier heaviest
  • Synonyms, antonyms, or homophones? (Hint
    synonyms same, antonyms opposite, homophones
    sound similar)2. substitute, switch
  • synonyms
  • Correct these sentences.
  • 3. we catch that there bus at the corner of
    elm street and first avenue
  • We catch that bus at the corner of Elm Street
    and First Avenue. OR We catch the bus at the
    corner of Elm Street and First Avenue.
  • 4. traveler airlines allows you to travel
    with one suit case and a small carry on bag
  • Traveler Airlines allows you to travel with one
    suitcase and a small carry-on bag.
  • Choose the best word to complete this sentence.
    5. The cent scent sent of his
    aftershave lingered in the room.
  • scent

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MondayWeek 12
Correct these sentences. 1. the paddel
boats moved along the missouri river
The paddleboats moved along the Missouri River.
2. land ahoy the first mate shouted
Land ahoy! the first mate shouted.
Use context clues to determine the meaning of the
bolded word. 3. Although they had never
signed a formal agreement, their tacit
understanding of the boundary was clear.
Tacit means implied Which word is spelled correc
tly? 4. amphibean enviroment
civilisation temperature manufactur
amphibian environment civilization ok
manufacture Continued
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MondayWeek 12 Continued
Circle the adjective in this sentence. 5.
The heavily armored crocodile slid slowly from
the mossy banks into the dark depths.
The adjectives, words that describe nouns, are
armored, mossy, and dark.
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Tuesday---Week 12
Which part of the sentence is underlined? (Hint
Think about all the parts of speech.) 1.
Can an amphibian live in an environment where the
temperature is very low? in an environment is
a prepositional phrase Correct these sentences.
2. we dont have to turn in the asignment
untill wedesday septimber 13 We dont have to tu
rn in the assignment until Wednesday, September
13. 3. theyre were three peaces of pizza o
n theplait kelly took the larger one
There were three pieces of pizza on the plate.
Kelly took the largest one. OR There were three
pieces of pizza on the plate Kelly took the
largest one. Continued
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Tuesday---Week 12 Continued
  • Circle the prepositions in this sentence.
  • 4. I went to the soccer game with my friend
    Leon.
  • to, with
  • Give an antonym for this word. Strict
  • Antonyms  imprecise, loose, lenient, soft,
    permissive

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Wednesday---Week 12
Correct these sentences. 1. six hungry
geeses was searching in the grass for sum
delishush worms to eat Six hungry geese were sea
rching in the grass for some
delicious worms to eat. 2. last summer we s
pended our vacashion at uncle jims farm
Last summer we spent our vacation at Uncle Jims
farm. Complete the analogy. 3.
jack flat tire hammer broken window,
dull pencil, deflated ball, loose board
loose boardA jack fixes a flat tire A
hammer fixes a loose board.
Choose the best word to complete this sentence.
4. ______ your closest living relative?
Whose Whos Who Whos Circle the adverb in t
his sentence. (Hint Adverbs usually end in ly,
and they tell how, when, where, or why.) 5.
Several flew overhead. Overhead tells where some
thing flew.
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Thursday---Week 12
  • Fact or opinion? 1. Water expands when it
    is frozen.
  • FACT
  • Are the underlined words a common noun or a
    proper noun? 2. The students swarned across
    the playground and splashed into the community
    pool.
  • Common nouns
  • Correct these sentences. 3. The hail stones
    pounded the roofs during the storem
  • The hailstones pounded the roofs during the
    storm.
  • 4. dr rivers standed besighed his pateinces
    bed and said say ahhhh
  • Dr. Rivers stood beside his patients bed and
    said, Say ahhhh.
  • Give and antonym for rude. (Hint Antonyms are
    opposite in meaning.)
  • polite, respectful, considerate

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Monday---Week 13
  • Correct these sentences. 1. werent their no
    cookies left
  • Werent there any cookies left?
  • 2. hello out there terrys voice was muffled
    by the layers of material in his mask
  • Hello out there! Terrys voice was muffled by
    the layers on material in his mask.
  • Circle the preposition in this sentence. 3.
    Two delivery trucks pulled into the parking lot.
  • The word into is the preposition.
  • Choose the best word to complete this sentence.
    4. Do you know the recipe very ____? easy
    good well none
  • WELL
  • Divide this word into syllables.
    Standardize
  • standardize  

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Tuesday---Week 13
  • Complete the analogy. 1. Shallow is to deep
    as imaginary is to _____
  • make-believe fiction authentic
    hard-headed
  • Authentic Shallow and deep are antonyms.
  • Subject or predicate? 2. The outcome of the
    game depends on us.
  • Subject
  • Correct these sentences. 3. why cant he
    never git here on thyme
  • Why cant he ever get here on time?
  • 4. the silver falcon singers will
    conclude the show with there interpretation of
    america the beeutiful
  • The Silver Falcon singers will conclude the show
    with their interpretation of America the
    Beautiful.
  • Fact or Opinion? Honey is a nutritious
    natural food.
  • FACT

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Wednesday---Week 13
Correct these sentences. 1. the sioux lived on t
he great plains and trackt bufalo
The Sioux lived on the Great Plains and tracked
buffalo. 2. woodland tribes like the onon
daga and the seneca lived by the water and maid
theyre homes of wood Woodland tribes, like the
Onondaga and the Seneca, lived by the water and
made their homes of wood. Complete the analogy
. 3. Cm is to centimeter as yd is to ____
Yard Which word is not spelled correctly? 4. d
istruction division infection
attention description destruction Give
a pronoun that would replace the underlined
noun. 5. The custodians worked hard to get read
y to the open house. They
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Thursday---Week 13
What contraction is made from these two words?
1. they are theyre What print referenc
e source would you use to find out about the
worlds largest volcanoes? 2. almanac OR encycl
opedia Correct these sentences. 3. whos
going to kollect the six oclock male when its
delivred Whos going to collect the six oclock
mail when its delivered? 4. ive know ide
a what your talking about Ive no idea what you
re talking about. Give a synonym for cruel. 5
. mean, hurtful, fierce, bitter, brutal,
heartless,
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Monday---Week 14
Correct these sentences. 1. my most faverit
candys are miad out of swiss chocalate
My favorite candies are made out of Swiss
chocolate. 2. borises baby sister torn th
e libray book pages Boriss baby sister tore the
library book pages. What is the base or root w
ord? 3. condensation dense What is the mea
ning of this figure of speech?
4. That game is for the birds. I wish we
could get a new one. worthless, not any good
Give the complete subject of this sentence.
5. The stunt diver used an oxygen tank
until he reached the surface. The stunt diver
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Tuesday---Week 14
Give the plural form of this noun. 1. radius
radii Choose the best words to complete this sen
tence. 2. When I go to __ aquarium, I always
take __ guidebook to help me identify the fish.
a an
a an an a Correct these se
ntences. 3. the dogs owners writed a pome
about theyre pet The dogs owners wrote a poem
about their pet. 4. can you play quiet unti
ll the meeting is adjurned Can you play quietly
until the meeting is adjourned?
Give the comparative and superlative adjectives
of this word. 5. handsome handsomer, handsomest

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Wednesday---Week 14
Correct these sentences. 1. h w longfellow
wrote listen my children and you shall here of
the mid-night ride of paul revere
H.W. Longfellow wrote, Listen, my children, and
you shall hear of the midnight ride of Paul
Revere. 2. the wether man toled the temp
erture explaned the humidity and gave a forecaste
for the day The weatherman told the temperature,
explained the humidity, and gave a forecast for
the day. Use context clues to determine the mea
ning of the bolded words. 3. The volunteers
were always willing to step into the breach and
offer assistance to the tornado victims.
to give help in a crisis Give the past tense o
f these verbs. 4. bind 5. weep(Hint
Not all words form the past tense by adding
ed.) bound wept
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Thursday---Week 14
Subject pronoun or object pronoun?
1. The principal and I presented the
perfect attendance awards at the assembly.
Subject pronoun What part of speech is underline
d in this sentence? (Hint noun, verb, adj.,
adv., prep.) 2. Green grasshoppers
gracefully glide in gravity-defying leaps.
adverb Correct these sentences. 3. I will
lie the photograf on that table in plane view
I will lay the photograph on that table in plain
view. 4. flowers of every color and hugh bl
oomd in professer shaws garden
Flowers of every color and hue bloomed in
Professor Shaws garden. What is the meaning of
this figure of speech? 5. Ill tell you wh
ere Mom keeps the cookies, but youve got to keep
it under your hat. Keep something secr
et
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Monday---Week 15
Correct these sentences. 1. due you think m
r longwell will except my report if its hand
written Do you think Mr. Longwell will accept my
report if its handwritten? 2. my granda
d believes you shuld always carry a hankercheif
My granddad believes you should always carry a
handkerchief. Identify the preposition in this
sentence. 3. Students use spoken and writte
n language for many different purposes.
For Simile or Metaphor? (Hint Simile like o
r as Metaphor is or was) 4. I wandered
across the meadow, a lonely cloud in a clear,
blue sky. Metaphor Which words are NOT spe
lled correctly? 5. several vowal
numerel hundred toward
ok vowel numeral ok
ok
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Tuesday---Week 15
Complete the analogy. 1. down pillow
beans beanstlak beanie bed beanbag
beanbag What is the correct abbreviation for Bou
levard? 2. Bvd. blvd Blvd. bd
Blvd. Correct these sentences. 3. if I w
as a docter I wood help people stay well
If I were a doctor, I would help people stay
well. 4. county hospital is located on th
e corner of king way and state street.
County Hospital is located on the corner of King
Way and State Street.
Past, present, or future? 5. wander pres
ent
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Wednesday---Week 15 Continued
Correct these sentences. 1. my littl
brothers bestest riddle is what kind of house
ways the least My little brothers best riddle i
s, What kind of house weighs the least?
2. the anser is a lite house The answer
is, A lighthouse. What do the words in this g
roup have in common? 3. rectangle
trapezoid square triangle parallelogram
They are all two-dimensional shapes.
If the guide words on a page are hungry and hyac
inth, which words would not be on the page?
4. hurl hydrangea hustle hunger
hutch hydrangea, hunger Continued
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Wednesday---Week 15 Continued
Does the underlined adverbs tell how, when, where
or to what extent? 5. Tommy quickly ran
behind the house. Behind tells where Tommy ran
.
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Monday---Week 16
Correct these sentences. 1. scott make your
arms slice into the water shouted couch storm
Scott, make your arms slice into the water!
shouted Coach Storm. 2. he reminded him kee
p your kick going strong out of youre turns
He reminded him, Keep your kick going strong
out of your turns. Circle the cause and underlin
e the effect. 3. I didnt understand the qu
estion on the test because I missed the previous
class. CauseI missed the previous class Effect
I didnt understand the question on the test
Add the correct punctuation to this business
greeting. 4. To whom it may concern Use
this homophone pair in one sentence billed,
build Answers will varyThe carpenter will build
the house and then you will be billed for the
work.
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Tuesday---Week 16
If the guide words on a page are feedback and
fencing, which words would be on the page?
1. feel feeble felon fence
fender feel, felon, fence Correct these sente
nces. 2. I all read finishd doing the
dishus mom sighed I already finished doing the
dishes, Mom sighed. 3. please she said s
tack your dirtee plaits on the drain bored before
you leaf Please, she said, stack your dirty p
lates on the drainboard before you leave.
What is the root or base word? 4. effective
effect Give the plural form of this noun.
5. sandbox sandboxes
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Wednesday---Week 16
Correct these sentences. 1. the waitriss sa
id to day we have strawberrys raspberrys and
blackberrys The waitress said, Today we have st
rawberries, raspberries, and blackberries.
2. wood you like some whipt cream with
youre berrys she asked Would you like some whi
pped cream with your berries? she asked.
Declarative, interrogative, imperative, or excla
matory? 3. Look out below!
Exclamatory AND Imperative Subject pronoun o
r object pronoun? 4. Hot or cold, they tasted
great! Subject pronoun-- the word they replaces
the simple subject of the sentence.
Continued
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Wednesday---Week 16 Continued
Which words have three syllables? 5.
entrance entertain envision enviable
envelope en- trance en-ter-tain en-
vi-sion en-vi-a-ble en-ve-lope
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Thursday---Week 16
Which reference source would you use to find the
boundary between Egypt and Israel?
1. atlas Real or make-believe? 2. The che
etahs ran free in the Kenyan game park while
tourists watched safely from their jeeps.
Real Correct these sentences. 3. the baby
looked like shes going to ball
The baby looks like shes going to bawl.
4. the baby sitter ask do you have any ide
as about what we shud do The baby-sitter asked,
Do you have any ideas about what we
should do? What part of speech is underlined?
5. The cheering crowd roared as the ball
cleared the centerfield fence. Verb
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