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Chapter 1, Lesson 7
Chapter 1, Lesson 7
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Chapter 1, Lesson 7
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Chapter 1, Lesson 7
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  • 1. Chapter 1, Lesson 7.notebook August 29, 2012 August 28, 2012 Agenda: • Grammar > Chapter 1, Lesson 7 Homework: • Finish Lesson 7 Worksheet­­due Friday • Vocabulary Writing due Thursday, 8/30 • Independent Reading Sheet & Log #1 due Friday, 8/31  • Unit 2 Spelling Pre­Test on Friday, 8/31 • Summer Reading Game due Friday, 9/7  1
  • 2. Chapter 1, Lesson 7.notebook August 29, 2012 Lesson 7: Subjects in Unusual Order In most declarative sentences, the subject comes before the  verb. In some sentences, subjects can come between verb  parts, follow verbs, or not appear at all.  Questions (Interrogative): In most questions, the subject  comes after the verb OR between parts of the verb phrase.  Did the ending surprise you?  To find the subject, turn the question into  a statement. Then ask who or what is or  does something.  The ending did surprise you.   What did surprise you?  2
  • 3. Chapter 1, Lesson 7.notebook August 29, 2012 Commands (Imperative Sentences): The subject of a  command, or an imperative sentence is usually  you.  *Most often, the you doesnt appear in the s entence because it  is understood.  Turn off the lights.  Are the subjects in  these sentences  understood?  Sit perfectly still.  3
  • 4. Chapter 1, Lesson 7.notebook August 29, 2012 Inverted Sentences: the subject comes after the verb. The order  of subject/verb is reversed.  Normal: A scratching sound came from the other side of the door.  Inverted: From the other side of the door came a scratching sound. Normal: A large black cat rushed into the room Inverted: Into the room rushed a large black cat.   4
  • 5. Chapter 1, Lesson 7.notebook August 29, 2012 Sentences beginning with  ere or there: in some of these sentences,  h the subject will follow the verb.  What comes?  Here comes the scariest part.  What goes?  There goes our flashlight.  5
  • 6. Chapter 1, Lesson 7.notebook August 29, 2012 1. Listen to the tale of Alfred Bulltop Stormalong.  2. Across the ocean sailed this enormous ships captain.  3. There goes his unbelievably large ship.  4. Did the crew ride across the colossal deck on horses?  5. To the top of an extremely tall mast climbs a young sailor.  6
  • 7. Chapter 1, Lesson 7.notebook August 29, 2012 6. Here comes the most incredible part! 7. Years later, down climbs the same fellow with a long, gray  beard! 8. Do you know any more tails?  9. Tell me another.  10. Use plenty of exaggeration.  7
  • 8. Chapter 1, Lesson 7.notebook August 29, 2012 8

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