Daily Grammar
Monday, October 13, 2014
Write these sentences correctly.
1. Wear does you want to go for vacation william asked.
2. Kath and her bruthers builded an wonderful treehouse by
theyselves.
Circle the present participle in this sentence.
3. Some of the Rocky Mountains are growing taller, although it
is happening very slowly.
Write the plural form of each noun.
4. Moose
5. chairman
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Write these sentences correctly.
1. The joshua tree grow to be oldest than any other tree in
california.
2. Lois lowry is born in Honolulu Hawaii in 1937, and lived in
japan as a teenager.
Circle the simple subject and underline the complete subject
of this sentence.
3. Her beautiful, soft velvet coat was also very warm.
Is this sentence declarative, interrogative, imperative, or
exclamatory?
4. There wasn’t anything left in the fridge for dinner.
Underline the predicate adjectives in this sentence.
5. The child’s face was sweet and innocent.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Write these sentences correctly.
1. Theyre having a band concert and there music teacher Robert M Smith is conducting.
2. Billy do you know whose going to weight for the trane with we
Underline the independent clause in this sentence.
3. I love dogs even though I don’t have one right now.
Circle the best word to complete this sentence.
4. Look over ____ and tell me what you see.
Their
they’re
there
Circle the direct object and underline the indirect object in this sentence.
5. I knitted my nephew a soft, warm sweater.
Thursday October 16, 2014
Write these sentences correctly.
1. Tanya and Meg ask we for help moveing that there heavy box.
2. There is generally only one full moon per month but when they are
too, the second is called a blue moon.
Circle the object of the underlined preposition.
3. After he arrived, he put his coat in the closet.
Are these nouns singular possessive or plural possessive.
4. The geese’s nests
5. The teachers’ notes
Friday, October 17, 2014
Read the following paragraph and decide whether each
underlined part has an error. Write capitalization error,
punctuation error, spelling error or no error.
My favorite restaurant is called mamma luisa’s. They
serve wonderful Italian food! I usually order spaghetti pizza
or ravioli. My friends who all know how picky I am like the
restaurant, too. In fact, we are planing to have dinner there
this weekend.