Homework and Class Work for ENG IIA 2nd Pd: Jeff Fraley Monday, October 21, 2013 5th Pd: Cheyanne Simmons, Colton Ratliff, David Morrison 4th Pd: Amy Sabon, Abby Anderson, Scott Bowling, Memphis McBride Independent Work : Copy the following rules into the grammar section of your notebook. RULE 4: The following pronouns are SINGULAR: each, either, neither, one, everyone, everybody, no one, nobody, anyone, anybody, someone, somebody EXAMPLES • Each of the athletes runs effortlessly. [each one runs] Neither of the women is ready to start. [neither one is] Everyone in my family has enjoyed the games. Someone in the audience was waving a large flag. RULE 5: The following pronouns are PLURAL: several, few, both, many EXAMPLES Few of the athletes have qualified. Several of the runners are exercising. Many on the team practice daily. Were both of the games postponed? RULE 6: The following pronouns may be either SINGULAR or PLURAL: Some, all, most, any, none These pronouns are singular when they refer to a singular word and plural when they refer to a plural word. EXAMPLES Some of the show is funny. [Some refers to singular show.] Some of the entertainers are funny. [Some refers to plural entertainers.] All of the cast looks young. [It looks.] All of the performers look young. [They look.] Most of his jokes sound familiar. [They sound.] Was any of the criticism positive? Were any of the reviews positive? None of the music is catchy. None of the tunes are catchy. Classwork: 1. Complete Ex. 5 (attached) and check your answers with Ms. H- We did this as a class to be sure that we understand.