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Gerunds and words with multiple meanings
Gerunds and words with multiple meanings
Gerunds and words with multiple meanings
Gerunds and words with multiple meanings
Gerunds and words with multiple meanings
Gerunds and words with multiple meanings
Gerunds and words with multiple meanings
Gerunds and words with multiple meanings
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  • 1. GERUNDS AND WORDS WITH MULTIPLE MEANINGS
    LANGUAGE PAGE 40-42
    READING PAGE 31-33
  • 2. Let us review
    What is an appositive?
    What is a simile?
  • 3. Gerund
    A verb form ending in –ingthat functions as a noun.
  • 4. Examples:
  • 5. Answer
    Page 43 Exercise A in Language Book
    8 ITEMS
  • 6. Read the story
    The Prince and the Pauper
    By Mark Twain
  • 7. pauper
    indignation
    revel
    fickle
    spatter
    majestic
    royalty
    sentinels
    gilded
    gorgeous
  • 8. What do you learn about Tom Canty in the first paragraph?
    How is Tom able to enter the palace?
    What character traits of the prince do you learn from
    a. the way he treats Tom?
    b. his conversation with Tom?
  • 9. 4. What activities of Tom appealed to the prince?
    5. Why do the prince and Tom decide to exchange clothing? What do they discover as they look at themselves in the mirror?
    6. Why does the prince go out to the gate? What happens to him?
    7. What do you think will happen to the two boys?
    8. Is it realistic for a rich boy to want to change places with a poor boy? Explain.
  • 10. ASSIGNMENT # 6
    What are infinitives?
    Give 10 examples of infinitives and use them in a sentence.
    Additional;
    Prepare your ANSWERS FOR THE QUESTION ON PAGE 34 READING

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