Daily Grammar Monday, September 29, 2014 Write these sentences correctly. 1. What shun we have brung two hare at the picknick? 2. Scientists founded an unique fosil in the hilss near bismarck north dakota. Write the contraction for these two words. 3.we are ________ Circle the best work to complete this sentence. 4. Those boots belong to Luisa. They are _____. Her hers theirs their Is the tense of this sentence past, present, or future? 5. If we save our money, we'll be able to buy new bikes. Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Write these sentences correctly. 1. Will the mechanic finish repair my car by 5:00 ask mr. grogan. 2. I dont no replied the manager the brake linings need to be replaced. Underline the independent clause in this sentence. 3. Before I do my homework, I always take my dog for a walk. Write the base word of this word. 4. machinery Underline the prepositional phrase in this sentence. 5. She got the silver necklace from her aunt and uncle. Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Write these sentences correctly. 1. My brother Michael who goes to upland state university want to be a veterinarian. 2. The battle of the alamo began on february 23 1836 in san antonio texas. Circle the direct object and underline the indirect object in this sentence. 3. The principal handed a prize to Libby at the honors ceremony. Write the plural form of each noun. 4. hero 5. calf Thursday October 2, 2014 Write these sentences correctly. 1. Look them boys is taking the apples from our tree agin shouted Lily. 2. This device which is called a counting scale tell you how much small items are in a pile Circle the complete subject and underline the complete predicate in this sentence. 3. A key to the garage is under the red flowerpot in the garden. What is the subject of this sentence? 4. Have a glass of juice before leaving, OK? Circle the best auxiliary verbs to complete this sentence 5. Linda _____ reading all of The Chronicles of Narnia since June. Have been is been has been is being Friday, October 3, 2014 Write the simple subject and the simple predicate in each sentence. 1. Ripe, juicy strawberries are my favorite kind of fruit. 2. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was written by Mark Twain in 1876. 3. Adam, who is now my best friend, moved into our neighborhood last year. 4. One person in the audience coughed throughout the entire performance. 5. In the Atlantic Ocean, hurricanes are most common between June and September.