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    • Chapter 9 Lesson 4.notebook January 21, 2014 1/21/14 7th Grade Language Arts Assignments: Agenda: -workbook page 173 and 174 (W) 1. Catch Up -Vocab Writing (F) 2. Independent Reading -Grammar Test (F) 3. Grammar- Lesson 4 1
    • Chapter 9 Lesson 4.notebook January 21, 2014 Chapter 9, Lesson 4: Indefinite Pronouns as Subjects Indefinite Pronouns: a pronoun that does not refer to a specific person, place, thing, or idea Singular Plural  Singular or  Plural  both, few, all, any, most, another, anybody, anyone, anything, each, either, everybody, everyone, everything,   neither, nobody, no many, several none, some one, nothing, one, somebody, someone, something Singular Subjects = Singular Verbs Plural Subjects = Plural Verbs 2
    • Chapter 9 Lesson 4.notebook January 21, 2014 Singular or Plural? - think about the noun it refers to -use that noun to decide which type of verb to use move Ex: All of the mobiles _____ in a breeze. is Most of the design ____ ingenious. were Many people attend the exhibition. Most ______ astonished. 3
    • Chapter 9 Lesson 4.notebook January 21, 2014 1. Many knows the saying "A picture's worth a thousand words." 2. One remembers the fascinating images in the photo essays. 3. Few merely entertains people. 4. Most addresses important real-life issues. 5. Some of the photographs reveals poverty. 6. Others portrays nature's fury. 7. Everyone are touched by pictures that capture human suffering. 8. No one ignores such strong evidence of problems in society. 4
    • Chapter 9 Lesson 4.notebook January 21, 2014 5