Daily Oral Language Week 5

Daily Oral Language Week 6
M. Greene
Day 1
Correct the Sentences Below
ive took the long poem
tintern abbey to read
tonight i should of began
it sooner dont you think
because kurt has throwed
successful passes many
times he was chose to
represent the school in the
magazine called football
Types of Errors
Day 1
Correct the Sentences Below
Types of Errors
ive took the long poem
tintern abbey to read
tonight i should of began
it sooner dont you think
Apostrophes, Verbs, Proper
noun, Underline,
semicolon, capitalization,
Enunciation, Comma,
Question mark
because kurt has throwed
successful passes many
times he was chose to
represent the school in the
magazine called football
Proper nouns, Verbs, Comma
(introductory adverbial
clause), Underline
Day 1
Correct the Sentences Below
Types of Errors
I’ve taken the long poem
Tintern Abbey to read
tonight; I should have
begun it sooner, don’t
you think?
Apostrophes, Verbs, Proper
noun, Underline,
semicolon, capitalization,
Enunciation, Comma,
Question mark
Because Kurt has thrown
successful passes many
times, he was chosen to
represent the school in the
magazine called Football.
Proper nouns, Verbs, Comma
(introductory adverbial
clause), Underline
Diagramming a Sentence
My mom and dad yelled at me for many hours.
Subject-Verb Agreement
1. Every variety of parrot, macaw, and cockatoo (is, are) a member of the
family Psittacidae.
2. The birds of this family (varies, vary) in length from three to forty inches.
3. Other relatives in this family (includes, include) lories, cockatiels, and
conures.
4. A relatively large head in proportion to the body (distinguishes, distinguish)
these birds.
5. Most members of the family (has, have) short, round tails.
6. The toughest of nuts (represents, represent) little challenge for their large,
hooked bills.
7. Birds in this family, without exception, (uses, use) their beaks like a third
foot when climbing.
8. One of their unique features (is, are) their special feet.
9. This foot, with two toes pointing forward and two toes pointing backward,
(gives, give) them greater dexterity than any other group of birds.
10.Most tropical regions of the Southern Hemisphere (houses, house) parrot
families, too.
Linking Verbs
1. The biggest attraction in town (remains, remain) the antique
shops.
2. The antique shops (remains, remain) the biggest attraction in
town.
3. The mint in the Lascombe Gardens (smells, smell) good, even
from two blocks away.
4. Comic strip characters (was, were) the theme at the banquet.
5. The first topic (was, were) accidents in the home.
Inverted Sentences
1. Under the bush (sit, sits) a rabbit.
2. Under the bush (sit, sits) three rabbits.
3. Under the tree (lurks, lurk) the hungry cats.
4. There (go, goes) Oko’s sisters.
5. Inside that house (was, were) the object of my affections.
6. Beside the fence (grows, grow) black raspberries.
7. Except for Tamiko, (has, have) all the others paid the fee?
8. Here (comes, come) on of the prettiest floats in the parade.
9. On top of the car (was, were) perched three pigeons.
10.There (sits, sit) his forgotten papers.
Special Subjects
1. The flock (is, are) ready to be sheared.
2. The flock (is, are) sheared one at a time.
3. Our team (is, are) the best.
4. Our team (is, are) all seniors.
5. Mumps (is, are) a painful childhood disease.
6. The scissors (is, are) on the shelf.
7. Politics (is, are) a challenging field.
8. Her politics (is, are) confusing to many people.
9. Nine dollars (is, are) the price.
10.Nine dollars (was, were) found under the bleachers.
11.“Flowers for Algernon” (is, are) a fantastic short story based
on science.
12.“Cycles” (is, are) my favorite poem.
Compound Subjects
1. Cheese and crackers (is, are) a favorite snack.
2. Her friend and mentor (believes, believe) she will win the
election.
3. The man and the woman (is, are) co-chairpersons.
4. Both Ali and Eduardo (enjoys, enjoy) soccer.
5. Either the coach or a player (is, are) commenting.
6. Neither the players nor the coach (is, are) commenting.
7. Neither the coach nor the players (is, are) commenting.
8. Many a dog and cat (has, have) passed through the shelter.
9. Each boy and girl (has, have) a locker.
10.Every worker and supervisor (is, are) united on this issue.
Intervening Expressions
1. Oko, together with Toby and Cara, (enjoys, enjoy)
the hobby of stamp collecting.
2. The beauty of stamps, plus the large variety, (is,
are) the reason that Toby prefers a general
collection.
3. Cara, as well as other horse lovers, (likes, like) to
collect stamps depicting horses.
4. Dabblers, along with serious collectors, (meets,
meet) monthly to share their hobby with others
who have similar interests.
5. One member, along with his son, (has, have) a
collection of nearly 50,000 stamps.
Day 2
Correct the Sentences Below
the book call of the wild
is frequently studied in
english classes mr loren
stated today
dad he wont leave me
and sandy take johns
bike on westwood
highway this tuesday
Types of Errors
Day 2
Correct the Sentences Below
Types of Errors
the book call of the wild Quotation marks, proper
is frequently studied in nouns, underline, proper
english classes mr loren adjective, comma, period
stated today
dad he wont leave me
and sandy take johns
bike on westwood
highway this tuesday
Single vs. double subject,
Apostrophes, Words often
confused, pronoun, proper
nouns
Day 2
Correct the Sentences Below
Types of Errors
“The book Call of the
Wild is frequently
studied in English
classes,” Mr. Loren
stated today.
Quotation marks, proper
nouns, underline, proper
adjective, comma, period
Dad won’t let Sandy and
me take John’s bike on
Westwood Highway this
Tuesday.
Single vs. double subject,
Apostrophes, Words often
confused, pronoun, proper
nouns
You try…
John and Hector are going to the park, but their sisters are
staying home.
Day 3
Correct the Sentences Below
usually you write good
but today you have to
many short paragraphs
in youre paper
to be a recognized
runner youll have to run
farther then lori has ran
said coach smither
Types of Errors
Day 3
Correct the Sentences Below
usually you write good
but today you have to
many short paragraphs
in youre paper
Types of Errors
Adverb, comma,
homophones
Quotation marks, Commas,
to be a recognized
runner youll have to run Apostrophe, Spelling Error,
Proper nouns
farther then lori has ran
said coach smither
Day 3
Correct the Sentences Below
Usually you write well,
but today you have too
many short paragraphs
in your paper.
Types of Errors
Adverb, comma,
homophones
Quotation marks, Commas,
“To be a recognized
Apostrophe, Spelling Error,
runner, you’ll have to
Proper nouns
run farther than Lori has
run,” said Coach
Smither.
Diagramming
Sarah talked quite loudly even though she was in the library.
Day 4
Correct the Sentences Below
Types of Errors
i was so tired i wanted
too lay down my mother
she suggested that i ate
later
the woman was requested Yes, I know you have done
this one before. Do it again
to do these things first
sample the Product second and see if you can be perfect!
write a report and third she
was asked to mail the report
to the company
Day 4
Correct the Sentences Below
Types of Errors
i was so tired i wanted
too lay down my mother
she suggested that i ate
later
Capitalization, Homophone,
Words often confused,
semicolon, single vs. double
subject, verb
the woman was requested Colon, commas, common
noun, semicolons, parallelism
to do these things first
sample the Product second
write a report and third she
was asked to mail the report
to the company
Day 4
Correct the Sentences Below
I was so tired I wanted
to lie down; my mother
suggested that I eat
later.
Types of Errors
Capitalization, Homophone,
Words often confused,
semicolon, single vs. double
subject, verb
The woman was requested Yes, I know you have done
this one before. Do it again
to do these things: first,
sample the product; second, and see if you can be perfect!
write a report; and third,
mail the report to the
company.
Mariah and her mother went to the store and bought
groceries.
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