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					Bell Ringer                         Eng IV
   Remember that I am taking a participation grade
    as you do this Bell ringer. You need to be quietly
    working in order to receive 100.

   In scene two of act two Macbeth crossed a line over
    which he can never return. Find the quote from
    Macbeth which you believe best represents what he
    is thinking after the murder.
Act II
   Today we will read scenes 3 and 4.

   After we are done reading we will form character
    committees.

   Finish the first four entries before you get here
    tomorrow.
Macbeth Journal
   Finish the first four entries before you get here
    tomorrow.
Bell Ringer                    Eng III
 Remember that I am taking a participation
  grade as you do this Bell ringer. You need to
  be quietly working in order to receive 100.
 Underline the simple subject and the simple

  predicate in the following sentence.
 The current news report claims that the
  protestors did not initiate the violence.
Quotation Marks
   A direct quotation is enclosed in quotation marks.
   An indirect quote does not require quotation marks.
   When writing a dialogue, begin a new paragraph
    with each change of speaker.
   Use a comma after short introductory expressions
    that proceed direct quotations.
    My friend warned, “If you drive my car, you’ll be
    responsible for it.”
Quotation Marks
   Use a comma, question mark, or exclamation mark
    after a direct quotation followed by a concluding
    expression.
    “If you buy a new car, you’ll be responsible for
    filling it with gas,” my father warned.
   Place a comma or a period inside the final
    quotation mark. Place a semicolon or colon outside
    the final quotation mark.
Quotation Marks
   Use single quotation marks to set of a quotation
    within a quotation.
    “I recall Tiff quoting Macy, ‘If it gets any busier how
    will we find parking?’” John said.
   Use brackets to enclose an explanation located
    within a quotation. The brackets show that the
    explanation is not part of the original quotation.
    The volunteer said, “This bridge is a link between
    two towns [Cane and Falls].”
Quotation Marks
   Use a comma after the part of a quoted sentence
    followed by an interrupting conversational tagline.
    Use another comma after the tagline. Do not
    capitalize the first word of the rest of the sentence.
    Use quotation marks to enclose the quotation. End
    punctuation should be inside the last quotation
    mark.
    “If you buy a new car,” my father warned, “you’ll
    be responsible for filling it with gas.”
Examples
1.   Al explained, “I thought Ron asked for more boots
     but he actually said ‘More soup.’”
2.   “Humans are verbivores,” said Stephan Pinker.
     “We live on words.”
3.   Nature is a daily gift said John.
4.   Stacey asked Have you ever wondered why the
     sky is blue?
5.   You see George said it was all a mistake.
Assignment
   Create a dialogue which is missing from “The Devil
    and Tom Walker”

   One possibility would be the meeting of Old
    Scratch with Mrs. Tom Walker.

				
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