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Lesson 2.notebook1April 22, 2013April 22, 2013 Agenda• Spelling & Vocabulary > Unit 15 Vocabulary Writing #2• Grammar> Unit 6, Lesson 2: Adverbs before Adjectives and Adverbs • Literature> Hatchet Homework: • Hatchet Chapters 18Epilogue & RRL due on Wednesday, 4/24• Vocabulary Writing #2 due on Wednesday, 4/24• Independent Reading Sheet due on Thursday, 4/25• 4th Quarter Paragraph Reading Summary due on Monday, 5/6
Lesson 2.notebook2April 22, 2013Lesson 2: Adverbs Before Adverbs and AdjectivesAdverbs describe or tell more about verbs. Adverbs can also tell more about adjectives. Sometimes these adverbs tell to what degree or what extent. The weather seemed terribly cold. Adverbs can also tell more about other adverbs. The ship moved very slowly. Examples: Storms are a very serious problem at sea. The sailors worked extremely quickly.
Lesson 2.notebook3April 22, 20131. Families were crowded far below. 2. Many people hoped the trip was almost over. 3. The food and water tasted quite stale. 4. Many passengers waited very patiently. 5. The people were so tired by the end of the trip. 6. Some passengers seemed somewhat excited.