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  • 1. INSTRUCTIONS
    • Do bell work. Find and identify the parts of speech of the sentence strip on the board. Change the sentence to a question.
    • Phrasal verbs. Copy the rules and explanation and a chart with 5 verbs. For homework 5 times the verb and the meaning.
  • 2. Instructions….
    • Nouns: common, proper, abstract, concrete. Copy rules in the notebook and answer pages 1, 2, and 3 Chapter 13 of Writing Coach (Spiderman book)
    • Homework: Study for quiz tomorrow:
      • Spelling list 2,
      • Phobias story, vocabulary,
      • Nouns
      • Phrasal verbs.
  • 3. Phrasal Verbs Verb Meaning Example ask   someone   out invite on a date Brian  asked  Judy  out  to dinner and a movie. ask around ask many people the same question I  asked around  but nobody has seen my wallet. add up to   something equal Your purchases  add up to  $205.32. back   something   up reverse You'll have to  back up  your car so that I can get out. back   someone   up support My wife  backed  me  up  over my decision to quit my job.
  • 4. Nouns
    • Nouns name people, places, things, and ideas.
    • People: athlete, teacher, president,
    • Places: park, stadium, beach, library
    • Things: book, cow, computer, box
    • Ideas (concepts): happiness, bravery, anger, love
  • 5. Types of nouns
    • All nouns can be divided into common and proper nouns.
    • Common nouns can then be divided into concrete and abstract nouns.
    • There are also collective nouns.
    • There are also individual nouns.
  • 6. Proper Nouns
    • Name a certain person, place, or thing.
    • Always capitalized
    • Examples: Dr. Combs, President Bush, Miami Beach, Yankee Stadium, The Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.
  • 7. Common Nouns
    • Name one of any group of persons, places, things or ideas
    • Not capitalized
    • Examples: book, girl, umbrella, glasses, monument, movie, city, country
  • 8. Nouns
    • proper
    nouns common concrete abstract
  • 9. Concrete Nouns
    • Names a person, place, or thing that can be recognized with one or more of the senses (sight, hearing, taste, touch, smell).
  • 10. Collective Nouns
    • A word that names a group
    • audience
    • batch
    • class
    • committee
    • family
    • team
    • litter
  • 11. Abstract Nouns
    • Abstract nouns name ideas, feelings and qualities.
    • Many come from adjectives and verbs and have characteristic endings such as –ity, -ness, -ence, and -tion.
    • Ex. happy---happiness
    • They are harder to recognize as nouns than the concrete nouns.
  • 12.
    • Abstract nouns name an idea, a feeling, a quality, or a characteristic that cannot be seen or touched.
    • Examples: sadness, happiness, anger
  • 13. Compound Nouns
    • a single noun made up of two or more words used together
    • Ex. grandmother, basketball
    • Ex. mother-in-law
    • Ex. grand piano, jumping jack
  • 14. Concrete or Abstract?
  • 15. bridge
  • 16. self-esteem
  • 17. wisdom
  • 18. shoes
  • 19. litter
  • 20. music
  • 21. freedom