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					        7th Grade

Daily Language Skills Practice
    Week 1 Day 1

• 1. Uncle taro gave I the pamphlet
  “Common Sense,” by Thomas
  Paine. It urged british subjects in
  the colonies to fight for
  independence.
• 2. After reading it, I said to uncle
  Taro you were right. The pen
  really is mightier than the sword”!
• 1. Uncle Taro gave me the
  pamphlet “Common Sense,” by
  Thomas Paine. It urged British
  subjects in the colonies to fight for
  independence.
• 2. After reading it, I said to Uncle
  Taro, “You were right. The pen
  really is mightier than the sword!”
Week 1 Day 2


• 3. Uncle Taro asked me if I thought
  “Civil Disobedience,” by henry
  david thoreau, was the greatest essay
  ever written?
• 4. Perhaps that there work inspired
  Martin Luther King, Jr., another
  activeist to write his fameous “Letter
  from Birmingham Jail.”
• 3. Uncle Taro asked me if I thought
  “Civil Disobedience,” by Henry
  David Thoreau, was the greatest
  essay ever written.

• 4. Perhaps that work inspired
  Martin Luther King, Jr., another
  activist, to write his famous “Letter
  from Birmingham Jail.”
 Week 1 Day 3

• 5. Rosmara said that her feelings
  about pesticides, weedkillers and
  polluteion grew stronger after
  reading Rachel Carson‟s book
  Silent Spring.
• 6. Rachel carson were a scientist
  and author whose books made me
  and Rosmara think about how our
  actions affect the environment.
• 5. Rosmara said that her feelings
  about pesticides, weed killers, and
  pollution grew stronger after
  reading Rachel Carson‟s book
  Silent Spring.

• 6. Rachel Carson was a scientist
  and author whose books made
  Rosmara and me think about how
  our actions affect the environment.
   Week 1 Day 4

• 7. Jacob Riis as you know wrote
  news articles that exposed horrible
  living conditions and a polluted
  water supply in New York New
  York.
• 8. Susan B anthony, who fighted
  hard to win women‟s rights to vote,
  published a weekly newspaper called
  The Revolution.
• 7. Jacob Riis, as you know, wrote
  news articles that exposed horrible
  living conditions and a polluted
  water supply in New York, New
  York.
• 8. Susan B. Anthony, who fought
  hard to win women‟s rights to vote,
  published a weekly newspaper called
  The Revolution.
   Week 1 Day 5
• 9. Rosmara and me agree that
  activists have the most greatest
  impact on these kind of issues civil
  rights, human rights, and the
  environment.
• 10. “I thinks,” Rosmara said the
  issues of civil rights and raceial
  justice are the most importantest of
  all.”
• 9. Rosmara and I agree that
  activists have the greatest impact
  on these kinds of issues: civil rights,
  human rights, and the
  environment.
• 10. “I think,” Rosmara said, “the
  issues of civil rights and racial
  justice are the most important of
  all.”
  Week 2   Day 1


• 1. Neither a borrower nor a lender
  be,” Shakespeare adivsed but he
  definitly borrowed a italian form of
  poetry called the sonnet.
• 2. Shakespeares sonnets I believe,
  are responsible for establishing the
  form of poetry that is now known as
  the english sonnet.
  Week 2   Day 1   Correct


• 1. “Neither a borrower nor a lender
  be,” Shakespeare advised, but he
  definitely borrowed an Italian form
  of poetry called the sonnet.
• 2. Shakespeare's sonnets, I believe,
  are responsible for establishing the
  form of poetry that is now known as
  the English sonnet.
  Week 2   Day 2


• 3. Sonnets, a form of poetry with
  precisly fourteen lines use a very
  specific rhyming pattern
• 4. Last Tuesday my friend selena
  ask me Did poets from victorian
  times always write sonnets about
  love?”
  Week 2   Day 2   Correct


• 3. Sonnets, a form of poetry with
  precisely fourteen lines, use a very
  specific rhyming pattern.
• 4. Last Tuesday my friend Selena
  asked me, “Did poets from Victorian
  times always write sonnets about
  love?”
  Week 2   Day 3


• 5. Many great poets from many eras
  has written sonnets. About religion
  politics and history.
• 6. Other poets have been inspired
  by haiku and tanka two form of
  poetry that were imported from
  japan.
  Week 2   Day 3   Correct


• 5. Many great poets from many eras
  have written sonnets about religion,
  politics, and history.
• 6. Other poets have been inspired
  by haiku and tanka, two forms of
  poetry that were imported from
  Japan.
Week 2     Day 4


• 7. Every haiku has seventeen
  syllables in the following arrangment
  five in the first line, seven in the
  second line, and five in the last line.
• 8. Ezra Pound, Conrad Aiken,
  Robert Frost and W B Yeats were
  some of the famous poets inspired by
  haiku.
 Week 2    Day 4    correct


• 7. Every haiku has seventeen
  syllables in the following
  arrangement: five in the first line,
  seven in the second line, and five in
  the last line.
• 8. Ezra Pound, Conrad Aiken,
  Robert Frost, and W. B. Yeats were
  some of the famous poets inspired by
  haiku.
 Week 2    Day 5


• 9. Amy lowell, an American poet
  who i admire, sometimes wrote
  tankas, which have exactly thirty one
  syllables.
• 10. My aunt, a poet who lives in the
  southwest, says that writing a good
  tanka is a real achievment us are
  hopful that aunt Jo will succeed.
 Week 2    Day 5    Correct


• 9. Amy Lowell, an American poet
  whom I admire, sometimes wrote
  tankas, which have exactly thirty-one
  syllables.
• 10. My aunt, a poet who lives in the
  Southwest, says that writing a good
  tanka is a real achievement; we are
  hopeful that Aunt Jo will succeed.
 Week 3 Day 1

• 1. Last Friday the members of the
  book club was discussing houses in
  literature, and Dr Mary Lamb gave a
  presentashun.
• 2. She said “Nathaniel Hawthorne’s
  novel, The House of the Seven Gables,
  are about a house that still exists in
  Salem Massachusetts.”
   Week 3 Day 1 Correct

• 1. Last Friday the members of the
  book club were discussing houses in
  literature, and Dr. Mary Lamb gave a
  presentation.
• 2. She said, “Nathaniel Hawthorne’s
  novel, The House of the Seven Gables,
  is about a house that still exists in
  Salem, Massachusetts.”
     Week 3 Day 2


• 3. In edgar allan poe’s The Fall of
  the House of Usher, the revelacion
  of a ghost causd the house to split
  apart.
• 4. “Is it possible”, asked TJ Kent,
  “that the house itself had became a
  character in the story.”
     Week 3 Day 2 Correct
• 3. In Edgar Allan Poe's The Fall of
  the House of Usher, the revelation
  of a ghost caused the house to split
  apart.
• 4. “Is it possible,” asked T. J. Kent,
  “that the house itself had become a
  character in the story?”
   Week 3 Day 3

• 5. If I had to choose between all
  the fictional house, I would pick an
  historical house in the central
  united states.
• 6. You won’t never guess the
  books title unless i give you a clue.
  An american television series were
  based on that book.
     Week 3 Day 3 Correct
• 5. If I had to choose among all the
  fictional houses, I would pick a
  historical house in the Central
  United States.
• 6. You won’t ever guess the book’s
  title unless I give you a clue. An
  American television series was
  based on that book.
       Week 3 Day 4


 7.  Little House on the Prairie was
  wrote by Laura Ingalls Wilder, it
  describes the frustrashuns hopes and
  joys of pioneer.
 8. on your vacashun, did you read
  Little House in the Big Woods Wilders
  first book. It was published during the
  great depression.
       Week 3 Day 4   Correct
 7.  Little House on the Prairie was
  written by Laura Ingalls Wilder; it
  describes the frustrations, hopes, and
  joys of pioneers.
 8. On your vacation, did you read
  Little House in the Big Woods,Wilders
  first book? It was published during the
  great depression.
    Week 3 Day 5

 9. Last june I had to give a poetry
  recitacion at a elementary school. My
  voice coach recommends “The House
  That Jack Built.”
 10. My coach, dr. West, said the

  english version probably came from an
  ancient hymn in hebrew. Him and me
  added verses to make the poem more
  modern.
     Week 3 Day 5      Correct
 9. Last June I had to give a poetry
  recitation at an elementary school. My
  voice coach recommends, “The House
  That Jack Built.”
 10. My coach, Dr. West, said the

  English version probably came from
  an ancient hymn in Hebrew. He and I
  added verses to make the poem more
  modern.
   Week 4   Day 1

• 1. Keesha asked I, “How could
  James Houston written so many
  of this realistic stories about
  Inuits and the Arctic”?
• 2. “He lived with the inuits,” I
  told her “he thought his visit to
  the Arctic would last a few days
  but he stay for fourteen year.”
   Week 4   Day 1 Correct

• 1. Keesha asked me, “How could
  James Houston have written so
  many of these realistic stories
  about Inuits and the Arctic?”
• 2. “He lived with the Inuits,” I
  told her, “He thought his visit to
  the Arctic would last a few days,
  but he stayed for fourteen years.”
       Week 4   Day 2



• 3. James Houston didn‟t even know the
  Inuit language”! Exsclaimed keesha.
  “How was he able to communicate.”
• 4. “Houston was an artist,” i exsplained
  to she. “His drawings gived him a way to
  communicate until he was able to learn
  the language.
  Week 4   Day 2    Correct


• 3. “James Houston didn‟t even know the
  Inuit language!” exclaimed Keesha.
  “How was he able to communicate?”
• 4. “Houston was an artist,” I explained
  to her. “His drawings gave him a way to
  communicate until he was able to learn
  the language.”
       Week 4   Day 3

• 5. “Houstons life is like an
  aventure story. One moment he‟s
  studying art in paris,” Keesha said,
  and the next he‟s living in an igloo.
• 6. Drawed many pictures of the
  Inuit people and helped to bring
  Inuit art to national attention in
  canada.
      Week 4   Day 3    Correct


• 5. “Houston's life is like an adventure
  story. One moment he‟s studying art
  in Paris,” Keesha said, “and the next
  he‟s living in an igloo.”
• 6. He drew many pictures of the Inuit
  people and helped to bring Inuit art to
  national attention in Canada.
        Week 4    Day 4


• 7. “Most of James Houston‟s stories,”
  ms. Montanez told we students, “are
  about young people facing the challenges
  of a fierce environment.”
• 8. In Long Claws, for example an Inuit
  brother and sister nearly lose their lifes
  in a storm. The spirit of an owl helps
  they survive.
 Week 4   Day 4     Correct


• 7. “Most of James Houston‟s stories,”
  Ms. Montanez told us students, “are
  about young people facing the challenges
  of a fierce environment.”
• 8. In Long Claws, for example, an Inuit
  brother and sister nearly lose their lives
  in a storm. The spirit of an owl helps
  them survive.
     Week 4   Day 5

• 9. In another story I velieve an
  Inuit boy and a white boy learn from
  each others experiences
• 10. Ms Montanez agreed with me
  and Keesha that Inuit myths,
  legends and tales were a powerful
  inspuration for Houstons stories.
  Week 4   Day 5   Correct


• 9. In another story, I believe, an
  Inuit boy and a white boy learn from
  each other‟s experiences.
• 10. Ms. Montanez agreed with
  Keesha and me that Inuit myths,
  legends, and tales were a powerful
  inspiration for Houston‟s stories.
     Week 5

• 1. “I was reading about the ancient
  Mayan civilization until 1130 p.m.
  last Sunday,” Luis told me and
  Sarah.
• 2. Not only did the mayans build
  they‟re amazing pyramids but also
  they developed an elaborate system
  of writing as early as 100 b.c.
     Week 5

• 1. “I was reading about the ancient
  Mayan civilization until 11:30 P.M.
  last Sunday,” Luis told Sarah and
  me.
• 2. Not only did the Mayans build
  their amazing pyramids, but they
  also developed an elaborate system
  of writing as early as 100 B.C.
      Week 5



• 3. Kara and Zach was surprised
  to disscover that a Mayan stories
  were almost completely lost, they
  weren’t wrote down for centuries.
• 4. “Today, explained Kara “many
  modern mayans is interested in
  perserving there traditions.”
      Week 5


• 3. Kara and Zach were surprised
  to discover that the Mayan stories
  were almost completely lost; they
  weren’t written down for centuries.
• 4. “Today,” explained Kara, “many
  modern Mayans are interested in
  preserving their traditions.”
     Week 5


• 5. Luis asked “did you know that
  in San Cristobal mexico a group of
  writers and actors have been
  recoreding the old Mayan stories”?
• 6. What does that there group do
  with those histories folk tales and
  legends they use them to produse
  books and plays.
      Week 5


• 5. Luis asked, “Did you know that in
  San Cristobal, Mexico, a group of
  writers and actors has been recording
  the old Mayan stories?”
• 6. What does that group do with
  those histories, folk tales, and
  legends? They use them to produce
  books and plays.
     Week 5


• 7. A troupe of Mayan writers and
  actors have also formed a puppet
  theater We seen them perform in
  chiapas.
• 8. Mom I thinked you said we could
  visit Mexico this december how I
  wish we could sail there on steve’s
  boat, the jolly roger!
     Week 5


• 7. A troupe of Mayan writers and
  actors has also formed a puppet
  theater. We saw them perform in
  Chiapas.
• 8. Mom, I think you said we could
  visit Mexico this December. How I
  wish we could sail there on Steve's
  boat, the Jolly Roger!
     Week 5



• 9. The colorful masks and
  costumes in that play was the
  goodest I’ve ever seen and they
  have gave me ideas for writing my
  own play.
• 10. Yes I knowed you were
  enspired by that play, it made me
  want to read more mayan fables to!
     Week 5



• 9. The colorful masks and
  costumes in that play were the best
  I’ve ever seen, and they have given
  me ideas for writing my own play.
• 10. Yes, I know you were inspired
  by that play; it made me want to
  read more Mayan fables too!
     Week 6   Day 1

• 1. “I was unaware of the beauty of sign
  language”, said my grand-father, “until
  I seen a performance by the national
  theatre of the deaf.”
• 2. “The actors use sign-mime,” he
  explained, which combines sign language
  gestures and body movements.”
     Week 6    Day 1    Correct

• 1. “I was unaware of the beauty of sign
  language,” said my grandfather, “until I
  saw a performance by the National
  Theatre of the Deaf.”
• 2. “The actors use sign-mime,” he
  explained, “which combines sign
  language, gestures, and body
  movements.”
     Week 6         Day 2

• 3. One of my heros is Bernard Bragg.
  A amazing deaf actor whom helped
  found the National Theatre of the Deaf
  in 1967.
• 4. I knowed that Lessons in Laughter
  Braggs autobiography would learn me
  about sign language but I was also
  inspired to study pantomime.
     Week 6        Day 2     Correct

• 3. One of my heroes is Bernard Bragg,
  an amazing deaf actor who helped
  found the National Theatre of the Deaf
  in 1967.
• 4. I know that Lessons in Laughter,
  Bragg’s autobiography, would teach
  me about sign language, but I was also
  inspired to study pantomime.
     Week 6    Day 3

• 5. Would you have did what Bernard
  Bragg did he traveled to paris, france,
  to study with that there great
  pantomime artist, Marcel Marceau.
• 6. Marceau as you may know used
  gestures and movements to
  communicate with audiences, bragg
  wanted to do that too.
    Week 6   Day 3    Correct

• 5. Would you have done what Bernard
  Bragg did? He traveled to Paris,
  France, to study with that great
  pantomime artist, Marcel Marceau.
• 6. Marceau, as you may know, used
  gestures and movements to
  communicate with audiences; Bragg
  wanted to do that too.
   Week 6    Day 4

• 7. “Watching the actors sign-mime an
  italian opera,” mrs. Sanchez said to
  Ella and I “was beautifuler than
  hearing sopranoes sing.”
• 8. The National Theatre of the Deaf
  has also used sign-mime to interpret
  poetry every body loved the
  performance of Lewis Carrolls poem,
  Jabberwocky.
    Week 6    Day 4         Correct

• 7. “Watching the actors sign-mime an
  Italian opera,” Mrs. Sanchez said to
  Ella and me, “was more beautiful than
  hearing sopranos sing.”
• 8. The National Theatre of the Deaf
  has also used sign-mime to interpret
  poetry. Everybody loved the
  performance of Lewis Carroll's poem,
  “Jabberwocky.”
    Week 6          Day 5

• 9. My uncle’s girl friend a fluent
  signer took the train to Connecticut.
  She set on the train for three hours just
  to see them actors.
• 10. “On Tuesday November 3, at 800
  a.m., said Julia, “I taking my first
  lesson in sign language. Some day I
  want to be an interpreter.”
    Week 6         Day 5      Correct

• 9. My uncle’s girlfriend, a fluent
  signer, took the train to Connecticut.
  She set on the train for three hours just
  to see those actors.
• 10. “On Tuesday, November 3, at 8:00
  A.M.,” said Julia, “I am taking my first
  lesson in sign language. Someday I
  want to be an interpreter.”
    Week 7   Day 1

• 1. Many story setting have become
  legendary, Oz, Camelot, and Mudville
  are between the most famous examples of
  these kind of fictional place.
• 2. “Of all the places I‟ve read
  about,”Tori remarked, the most
  memorable for me is Sleepy Hollow is it
  your favorite to”?
     Week 7    Day 1      Correct


• 1. Many story settings have become
  legendary; Oz, Camelot, and Mudville are
  among the most famous examples of this
  kind of fictional place.
• 2. “Of all the places I’ve read about,” Tori
  remarked, “the most memorable for me is
  Sleepy Hollow. Is it your favorite too?”
     Week 7   Day 2


• 3. Right now I remembering how uncle
  Roberto read “The Legend of Sleepy
  Hollow” every Halloween Those kind of
  stories used to scare my sister and I.
• 4. Washington irving, who writ “The
  Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” described the
  village as a dreamy drowsy and
  superstitious place.
    Week 7   Day 2    Correct


• 3. Right now I am remembering how Uncle
  Roberto read “The Legend of Sleepy
  Hollow” every Halloween. Those kinds of
  stories used to scare my sister and me.
• 4. Washington Irving, who wrote “The
  Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” described the
  village as a dreamy, drowsy, and
  superstitious place.
     Week 7    Day 3


• 5. Irving warned we readers that even very
  reasonable peoples will “dream dreams and
  see apparitions” when they visit sleepy
  hollow.
• 6. How could mr. Ichabod Crane, a ill fated
  and gullible man, know what to expect in
  Sleepy Hollow he planned to teach, not too
  see ghosts.
     Week 7   Day 3     Correct


• 5. Irving warned us readers that even very
  reasonable people will “dream dreams and
  see apparitions” when they visit Sleepy
  Hollow.
• 6. How could Mr. Ichabod Crane, an ill
  fated and gullible man, know what to expect
  in Sleepy Hollow? He planned to teach, not
  to see ghosts.
     Week 7    Day 4


• 7. Many resident of Sleepy Hollow telled
  Ichabod Crane spine tingling stories of
  hauntings and ichabod loved to listen.
• 8. Described by irving as “the commander
  in chief of all the powers of the air” the
  Headless Horseman were Sleepy Hollows
  most famous ghost.
     Week 7    Day 4     Correct


• 7. Many residents of Sleepy Hollow told
  Ichabod Crane spine-tingling stories of
  hauntings, and Ichabod loved to listen.
• 8. Described by Irving as “the commander
  in chief of all the powers of the air,” the
  Headless Horseman was Sleepy Hollow’s
  most famous ghost.
     Week 7    Day 5



• 9. The Headless Horseman an unfortunate
  hessian was a soldier who had been hitted
  by a cannonball during the revolutionary
  war.
• 10. Tell me the truth The Headless
  Horseman drived Ichabod out of town. A
  prank, a ghost, or Cranes wild imaination?
     Week 7    Day 5    Correct



• 9. The Headless Horseman, an unfortunate
  Hessian, was a soldier who had been hit by
  a cannonball during the Revolutionary War.
• 10. Tell me the truth. The Headless
  Horseman drove Ichabod out of town. A
  prank, a ghost, or Cranes wild imagination?
    Week 8    Day1


• 1. “Some of the most greatest poems Ive
  ever read,” said antonio, “are by Maya
  Angelou and Langston Hughes Their poem
  often have the rhythm of jazz.”
• 2. Rose asked, “havent you read their
  autobiographies the poets tell how they
  overcomed hardships and prejudice and
  followed their dreams.”
     Week 8   Day1      Correct


• 1. “Some of the greatest poems I’ve ever
  read,” said Antonio, “are by Maya Angelou
  and Langston Hughes. Their poems often
  have the rhythm of jazz.”
• 2. Rose asked, “Haven't you read their
  autobiographies? The poets tell how they
  overcame hardships and prejudice and
  followed their dreams.”
     Week 8    Day 2



• 3. In Maya Angelous book I Know Why
  the Caged Bird Sings, she tell about
  growing up with her grandmother in stamps,
  arkansas.
• 4. I knew them years werent easy for she
  but I was amazed to learn that Angelou
  wouldnt speak to anyone for five years
     Week 8    Day 2      Correct



• 3. In Maya Angelou’s book, I Know Why
  the Caged Bird Sings, she tells about
  growing up with her grandmother in
  Stamps, Arkansas.
• 4. I knew those years weren't easy for her,
  but I was amazed to learn that Angelou
  wouldn't speak to anyone for five years.
     Week 8    Day 3


• 5. The goodest person in Angelou’s
  memories were Mrs. Flowers she helped
  Maya speak again and teached her about the
  power of words.
• 6. One of the most nicest things were
  imagining the poets soft, deep voice reading
  every word of that there book aloud.
     Week 8   Day 3     Correct


• 5. The best person in Angelou’s memories
  was Mrs. Flowers. She helped Maya speak
  again and taught her about the power of
  words.
• 6. One of the nicest things was imagining
  the poet’s soft, deep voice reading every
  word of that book aloud.
     Week 8    Day 4


• 7. Langston Hughes wrote a
  autobiography called The Big Sea he
  described how his life wasnt the same after
  meeting Vachel Lindsay a famous poet.
• 8. When Hughes was working as a hotel
  busboy, he gave Lindsay a few of his
  poems to read Lindsay was impressed and
  telled reporters about his discovery.
     Week 8    Day 4     Correct


• 7. Langston Hughes wrote an
  autobiography called The Big Sea. He
  described how his life wasn't the same after
  meeting Vachel Lindsay, a famous poet.
• 8. When Hughes was working as a hotel
  busboy, he gave Lindsay a few of his
  poems to read. Lindsay was impressed and
  told reporters about his discovery.
     Week 8    Day 5



• 9. Vachel Lindsay helped hughes gain
  confidence in himself and he advised
  Langston to do the following write study
  and think.
• 10. Hughess book also mentioned that he
  did’nt expect “the Weary Blues” to win the
  first prize. In the national urban league’s
  literary contest.
     Week 8    Day 5     Correct



• 9. Vachel Lindsay helped Hughes gain
  confidence in himself, and he advised
  Langston to do the following: write, study,
  and think.
• 10. Hughes's book also mentioned that he
  didn't expect “The Weary Blues” to win the
  first prize in The National Urban League’s
  literary contest.
   Week 9 Day 1



• 1. Born Free and Living Free, my
  two favorite books about animals
  ritten by joy adamson.
• 2. After reading about Adamson‟s
  life in kenya, africa, my brother
  exclaimed, I‟m not going to miss
  the show about her at 830 p.m.”!
   Week 9 Day 1Correct



• 1. Born Free and Living Free, my
  two favorite books about animals
  were written by Joy Adamson.
• 2. After reading about Adamson’s
  life in Kenya, Africa, my brother
  exclaimed, “I’m not going to miss
  the show about her at 8:30 P.M. !”
3. Our sience teacher asked me and
my brother “is the story of Joy
Adamson and Elsa the lion fiction or
nonfiction”?
4. I told ms. Chang, “Well I knoe it’s
easy to dout that a woman and a lion
could be so close, but from actual
events come this incredible story.”
3. Our science teacher asked my
brother and me, “Is the story of Joy
Adamson and Elsa the Lion fiction or
nonfiction?”
4. I told Ms. Chang, “Well, I know
it’s easy to doubt that a woman and a
lion could be so close, but from
actual events comes this incredible
story.”
• 5. I wonder said Sam, if other
  people in Africa has been able to
  raise a lion and then successfully set
  it free?

• 6. My several searchs thru the
  library shelfs convinces me that
  what Joy Adamson accomplished
  with Elsa had never be done before.
• 5. “I wonder,” said Sam, “if other
  people in Africa have been able to
  raise a lion and then successfully set it
  free.”
• 6. My several searches through the
  library shelves convince me that what
  Joy Adamson accomplished with Elsa
  had never been done before.
     Week 9 Day 4


• 7. What could have been greatest for
  Joy Adamson than to know she’d
  finally tot elsa to live in the wild?
• 8. Even tho nothing could be gooder
  than knowing Elsa would survive,
  letting go of her was one of the tough
  things Adamson had ever done.
     Week 9 Day 4   Correct


• 7. What could have been greater for
  Joy Adamson than to know she’d
  finally taught Elsa to live in the wild?
• 8. Even though nothing could be
  better than knowing Elsa would
  survive, letting go of her was one of
  the toughest things Adamson had ever
  done.
      Week 9 Day 5


• 9. Jake said, “Yes I was also sad Celia
  when Adamson and Elsa had to leave
  each other Elsa however came back to
  see Adamson often.
• 10. “In Living Free, I told Tonia,
  adamson wrote about Elsa’s experiences
  as a mother she loved Elsa and her cubs
  as if they were childs of her own.”
       Week 9 Day 5   Correct

• 9. Jake said, “Yes, I was also sad, Celia,
  when Adamson and Elsa had to leave each
  other. Elsa, however, came back to see
  Adamson often.”
• 10. “In Living Free,” I told Tonia,
  “Adamson wrote about Elsa’s experiences
  as a mother. She loved Elsa and her cubs
  as if they were children of her own.”
   Week 10   Day 1

• 1. During english class, natasha
  displaied too of her favorite books
  about growing up.
• 2. Told us about the following
  american writers Maxine Hong
  Kingston author of The Woman
  Warrior, and Gary Soto, author of
  Baseball in April.
   Week 10   Day 1   Correct

• 1. During English class, Natasha
  displayed two of her favorite books
  about growing up.
• 2. She told us about the following
  American writers: Maxine Hong
  Kingston, author of The Woman
  Warrior, and Gary Soto, author of
  Baseball in April.
   Week 10   Day 2


• 3. Sydney told we students, “these
  books tells about the experiences of
  young people.”
• 4. “Baseball in April” he said, is a
  collection of short stories author
  Gary Soto wrote many humorous
  and moving tales about young
  Mexican Americans.
   Week 10   Day 2   Correct


• 3. Sydney told us students, “These
  books tell about the experiences of
  young people.”
• 4. “Baseball in April,” he said, “is a
  collection of short stories. Author
  Gary Soto wrote many humorous
  and moving tales about young
  Mexican Americans.”
   Week 10   Day 3



• 5. “Just like the boys in Gary Soto‟s
  story,” said Jerome, “I trying out for a
  baseball team in april. Am practicing
  hard already.”
• 6. “Another character i think you will
  like jerome is the girl in The Woman
  Warrior. She take some fantastic
  journies,” said Lou.
  Week 10   Day 3   Correct



• 5. “Just like the boys in Gary Soto‟s
  story,” said Jerome, “I am trying out
  for a baseball team in April. I am
  practicing hard already.”
• 6. “Another character I think you will
  like Jerome, is the girl in The Woman
  Warrior. She takes some fantastic
  journeys,” said Lou.
   Week 10   Day 4


• 7. In The Woman Warrior, Kingston
  described the cultural clashs of east
  meeting west. Her had to balance her
  chinese heritage with life in Stockton
  California.
• 8. The girl in the book dream about
  becoming fa mu lan, the legendary
  woman warrior who seemed more braver
  than anyone else.
    Week 10   Day 4   Correct


• 7. In The Woman Warrior, Kingston
  described the cultural clashes of East
  meeting West. She had to balance her
  Chinese heritage with life in Stockton,
  California.
• 8. The girl in the book dreams about
  becoming Fa Mu Lan, the legendary
  woman warrior who seemed braver than
  anyone else.
  Week 10   Day 5


• 9. “Both The Woman Warrior and
  Baseball in April” said Mr. Santos
  our teacher, can be enjoied by people
  from all walks of life.”
• 10. “Well Soto and Kingston have
  taught me that all of us has stories
  too tell about growing up, I said to
  he.
   Week 10   Day 5   Correct


• 9. “Both The Woman Warrior and
  Baseball in April,” said Mr. Santos
  our teacher, “can be enjoyed by
  people from all walks of life.”
• 10. “Well, Soto and Kingston have
  taught me that all of us have stories
  to tell about growing up,” I said to
  him.
   Week 11   Day 1


• 1. “Have you read any of them
  stories about migrant workers I
  asked my friend Midori?
• 2. “These story called „The
  Circuit,‟ by Francisco Jimenez,”
  Midori replyed, “is one of the
  goodest stories I‟ve ever read.”
   Week 11   Day 1   Correct


• 1. “Have you read any of those
  stories about migrant workers?” I
  asked my friend Midori.
• 2. “This story called „The Circuit,‟
  by Francisco Jimenez,” Midori
  replied, “is one of the best stories
  I‟ve ever read.”
   Week 11   Day 2


• 3. My teacher, mr. jackson, said
  “Francisco Jimenezs story is set in
  california and tells about a sixth-grader
  who work in the fields all day.”
• 4. Jimenez you know had been the migrant
  worker himself when he was young. He
  said the experience made he value his
  studyes.
   Week 11   Day 2     Correct


• 3. My teacher, Mr. Jackson, said,
  “Francisco Jimenez's story is set in
  California and tells about a sixth-grader
  who works in the fields all day.”
• 4. Jimenez, you know, had been the
  migrant worker himself when he was
  young. He said the experience made him
  value his studies.
  Week 11   Day 3


• 5. “John Steinbeck a acclaimed writer
  won a Pulitzer Prize for writing about
  migrant workers in a book called The
  Grapes of Wrath, Jo said.
• 6. “Steinbecks book tells about the
  Joads. Like many other familys, they
  traveled across the Country looking for
  work” Ms Anaya told us.
  Week 11    Day 3     Correct


• 5. “John Steinbeck, an acclaimed writer,
  won a Pulitzer Prize for writing about
  migrant workers in a book called The
  Grapes of Wrath,” Jo said.
• 6. “Steinbeck's book tells about the Joads.
  Like many other families, they traveled
  across the country looking for work,” Ms.
  Anaya told us.
   Week 11   Day 4


• 7. Zack said, “Tom Joad the main
  character of The Grapes of Wrath
  also the hero.
• 8. Zack learned that Author
  Steinbeck researched that there book
  by traveling from Oklahoma to
  California living in camps and
  working in the fields.
   Week 11   Day 4   Correct


• 7. Zack said, “Tom Joad, the main
  character of The Grapes of Wrath, is
  also the hero.”
• 8. Zack learned that Author
  Steinbeck researched that book by
  traveling from Oklahoma to
  California, living in camps, and
  working in the fields.
   Week 11   Day 5


• 9. I thinked about those migrant
  workers when I was at the supermarket.
  Wondered who picked all those apples
  peaches and pears?
• 10. Ana said, “these storys have inspired
  I to write about my own family. My
  great-grandparents I believe, was cuban
  migrant workers in Florida.”
   Week 11   Day 5     Correct


• 9. I thought about those migrant workers
  when I was at the supermarket. I
  wondered who picked all those apples,
  peaches, and pears?
• 10. Ana said, “These stories have inspired
  me to write about my own family. My
  great-grandparents, I believe, were Cuban
  migrant workers in Florida.”
  Week 12   Day 1


• 1. “Today I read about Abraham
  Lincoln. Was born on February 12 1809,
  near Hodgenville Kentucky,” Hector told
  us.
• 2. Him said, “Russell Freedmans
  Lincoln: A Photobiography actualy tells
  many interesting facts about young
  Lincoln and their childhood
  experiences.”
  Week 12   Day 1   Correct


• 1. “Today I read about Abraham
  Lincoln. He was born on February 12,
  1809, near Hodgenville, Kentucky,”
  Hector told us.
• 2. He said, “Russell Freedman's Lincoln:
  A Photobiography actually tells many
  interesting facts about young Lincoln
  and his childhood experiences.”
  Week 12   Day 2


• 3. Abraham lincoln faced many
  hardships growing up but he
  heroicly overcame the obstacles in
  his life.
• 4. Russell Freedman writes a
  account of the events that led to
  Lincolns famous speech at
  gettysburg, pennsylvania.
  Week 12   Day 2   Correct


• 3. Abraham Lincoln faced many
  hardships growing up, but he
  heroically overcame the obstacles in
  his life.
• 4. Russell Freedman wrote an
  account of the events that led to
  Lincoln‟s famous speech at
  Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
   Week 12   Day 3



• 5. “Based on the biography of Lincoln, I
  don‟t have no doubt that he was one of
  the most historicly important mans ever
  to live in America,” said uncle Lamar.
• 6. biographies of famous americans is
  sometimes about the past, them can also
  tell about people who‟ve recently had a
  impact on our lifes.
   Week 12   Day 3    Correct



• 5. “Based on the biography of Lincoln, I
  have no doubt that he was one of the
  most historically important men ever to
  live in America,” said Uncle Lamar.
• 6. Biographies of famous Americans are
  sometimes about the past; they can also
  tell about people who‟ve recently had an
  impact on our lives.
 Week 12   Day 4



• 7. Not long ago, Maya Lin design the
  Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Visitors
  have finded that viewing it is a
  emotionaly moving experience
• 8. Brent Ashabranner want to tell the
  story of Maya Lin and her work,
  therefore, him wrote a inspiring book
  called Always to Remember.
 Week 12   Day 4    Correct



• 7. Not long ago, Maya Lin designed the
  Vietnam Veteran‟s Memorial. Visitors
  have found that viewing it is a
  emotionally moving experience.
• 8. Brent Ashabranner wanted to tell the
  story of Maya Lin and her work;
  therefore, he wrote an inspiring book
  called Always to Remember.
  Week 12   Day 5



• 9. When I was in washington, d.c.,
  last summer, I saw Maya Lins
  unusualy simple and powerful
  design.
• 10. I admire Maya Lin before seeing
  her work but now I have an even
  gooder appreciaiton of she.
  Week 12   Day 5   Correct



• 9. When I was in Washington, D. C.
  last summer, I saw Maya Lin‟s
  unusually simple and powerful
  design.
• 10. I admired Maya Lin before
  seeing her work, but now I have an
  even better appreciation of her.
 Week 13   Day 1



• 1. My brother loves to read stories
  about ancint heroes, so I asked him
  “Have you read Irish Fairy and Folk
  Tales, edited by w.b. yeats?
• 2. As I sat the book on the table, him
  said, “No I haven’t. Does it tell about
  the poet-warrior named Oisin.”
  Week 13   Day 1



• 1. My brother loves to read stories
  about ancient heroes, so I asked him,
  “Have you read Irish Fairy and Folk
  Tales, edited by W. B. Yeats?”
• 2. As I set the book on the table, he
  said, “No I haven’t. Does it tell about
  the poet-warrior named Oisin?”
  Week 13   Day 2



• 3. “Yeats an excellint storyteller wrote a
  long poem about oisin, who wandered
  off to the mythical country,” Conor said
  to Ike and I.
• 4. This famous writer of irish tales were
  very interested in old celtic myths, which
  had a strong influance on his poems and
  plays.
  Week 13   Day 2 Correct



• 3. “Yeats, an excellent storyteller, wrote
  a long poem about Oisin, who wandered
  off to a mythical country,” Conor said to
  Ike and me.
• 4. This famous writer of Irish tales was
  very interested in old Celtic myths,
  which had a strong influence on his
  poems and plays.
   Week 13   Day 3


• 5. There is many great stories about
  mythical Irish heroes, its true, but my
  favorite is about a giant named Finn
  MacCoul.
• 6. Finn is often called the irish
  Hercules but he depended on his wife
  Oona’s intelligance as much as on his
  own strength.
   Week 13      Day 3
         Correct

• 5. There are many great stories about
  mythical Irish heroes, it’s true, but my
  favorite is about a giant named Finn
  MacCoul.
• 6. Finn is often called the Irish
  Hercules, but he depended on his wife
  Oona’s intelligence as much as on his
  own strength.
   Week 13   Day 4


• 7. Legend has it that Cuchulain another
  hero was able too flatten a thunderbolt
  like a pancake and carry it inside his
  pocket.
• 8. Yeats as you know wrote a poem
  called Cuchulain’s Fight with the Sea,
  in which the hero faces a unbeatable
  opponint.
   Week 13   Day 4


• 7. Legend has it that Cuchulain,
  another hero, was able to flatten a
  thunderbolt like a pancake and carry it
  inside his pocket.
• 8. Yeats, as you know, wrote a poem
  called “Cuchulain’s Fight with the
  Sea,” in which the hero faces an
  unbeatable opponent.
  Week 13   Day 5


• 9. “Is yeats the one whom decded to
  include information about mermaids
  in Irish Fairy and Folk Tales?” i asked
  Kevin.
• 10. “Yes. There’s also tales about
  leprechauns” sayed Kevin, who were
  actually the shoemakers for the
  fairies.”
  Week 13   Day 5


• 9. “Is Yeats the one who decided to
  include information about mermaids
  in Irish Fairy and Folk Tales?” I asked
  Kevin.
• 10. “Yes. There are also tales about
  leprechauns,” said Kevin, “who was
  actually the shoemakers for the
  fairies.”
 Week 14   Day 1


• 1. Sammi wondered why I were
  going too tell the class about the first
  native american bilingual
  newspaper?
• 2. I told she, “Well the Cherokee
  Phoenix written in both cherokee and
  english. This kinds of publication
  was a unusual achievement.”
 Week 14   Day 1   Correct


• 1. Sammi wondered why I was going
  to tell the class about the first Native
  American bilingual newspaper.
• 2. I told her, “Well, the Cherokee
  Phoenix was written in both
  Cherokee and English. This kind of
  publication was an unusual
  achievement.”
 Week 14 Day 2


• 3. Marta asked, “wasn’t the Cherokee
  language first putted on paper in the
  1820s when Sequoyah asembled a
  alphabet of syllables Ellen”?
• 4. Ellen sayed, “Of course Sequoyah’s
  system of writing quickly learned and
  used by thousands of Cherokees.”
  Week 14 Day 2   Correct


• 3. Marta asked, “Wasn’t the Cherokee
  language first put on paper in the
  1820’s when Sequoya assembled an
  alphabet of syllables, Ellen?”
• 4. Ellen said, “Of course, Sequoya's
  system of writing was quickly learned
  and used by thousands of Cherokees.”
  Week 14 Day 3


• 5. Mr. Wang said, “Sequoyah’s hard
  work and dedication was rewarded
  when a Cherokee people addopted his
  system.”
• 6. Eventually the newspaper parts of
  the bible and many other publications
  was printed in cherokee.
  Week 14 Day 3   Correct


• 5. Mr. Wang said, “Sequoya's hard
  work and dedication were rewarded
  when the Cherokee people adopted his
  system.”
• 6. Eventually, the newspaper, parts of
  the Bible, and many other publications
  were printed in Cherokee.
  Week 14 Day 4

• 7. “do you know about elias boudinot, a
  Cherokee who was educated at a
  missionary school in connecticut” someone
  asked mr. Wang and I?
• 8. “Yes I can answer that there question,” I
  said. “He returned too his homeland and
  becomed the first editor of the Cherokee
  Phoenix.”
 Week 14 Day 4   Correct

• 7. “Do you know about Elias Boudinot, a
  Cherokee who was educated at a
  missionary school in Connecticut?”
  someone asked Mr. Wang and me.
• 8. “Yes, I can answer that question,” I
  said. “He returned to his homeland and
  became the first editor of the Cherokee
  Phoenix.”
 Week 14 Day 5

9. The first issue of the newspaper was
  published in 1828 at new echota the
  Cherokee capital. It attracted much
  attention, but not everyone aproved.
10. “In 1835,” said ms. Day, “the newspaper
  was closed down. It was denied freedom
  of a press, a right guaranteed by the U.S.
  constitution.”
 Week 14 Day 5   Correct

9. The first issue of the newspaper was
  published in 1828 at New Echota, the
  Cherokee capital. It attracted much
  attention, but not everyone approved.
10. “In 1835,” said Ms. Day, “the
  newspaper was closed down. It was
  denied freedom of the press, a right
  guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.”
  Week 15   Day 1


• 1. Last week i ask my english teacher
  about when we would read the chapter
  called “native American Poets”?
• 2. The poems in this chapter is by
  dozens of Native American writers.
  Between them are the following poets
  Leslie Silko, Joy Harjo and Ray Young
  Bear.
   Week 15   Day 1 correct


• 1. Last week I asked my English teacher
  about when we would read the chapter
  called “Native American Poets.”
• 2. The poems in this chapter are by dozens
  of Native American writers. Among them
  are the following poets: Leslie Silko, Joy
  Harjo, and Ray Young Bear.
 Week 15      Day 2



3. On Wednesday, I hearded some
  interesting poems by a exsellent
  Native American poet named Joseph
  Bruchac.
4. Ms Delano told I “When I read this
  poems by Joseph Bruchac, them
  remind me of our deep conncetion to
  the planet Earth.”
 Week 15     Day 2    Correct



3. On Wednesday, I heard some
  interesting poems by an excellent
  Native American poet named Joseph
  Bruchac.
4. Ms. Delano told me, “When I read
  these poems by Joseph Bruchac, they
  remind me of our deep connection to
  the planet Earth.”
 Week 15


5. You’re favorite poem in this book
 I believe is “The Eagle-Feather
 Fan,” which was written by N Scott
 Momaday.
6. “Its about a seremonial fan,” mr.
 washington explained that is very
 special to the poet.”
 Week 15   Day 3   Correct


5. Your favorite poem in this book, I
 believe, is “The Eagle-Feather
 Fan,” which was written by N.
 Scott Momaday.
6. “It’s about a ceremonial fan,” Mr.
 Washington explained, “that is very
 special to the poet.”
 Week 15   Day 4



7. “It is helpful if you recites poems
  aloud, as well as read they silently,”
  Ms Oliver told we students.
8. Hearing a poet read their work
  aloud was unforgettable experiense,
  it inspired me to read my own poetry
  in front of the class.
 Week 15   Day 4   Correct



7. “It is helpful if you recite poems
  aloud, as well as read them silently,”
  Ms. Oliver told us students.
8. Hearing a poet read his or her work
  aloud was an unforgettable
  experience; it inspired me to read my
  own poetry in front of the class.
 Week 15 Day 5



9.  Sit quietly close your eyes Let
 the voise of the poet transport you
 to other rejions and other lives.
10. They’re ansestors are important
 to the native american poets but
 today they jenerally write about
 modern times.
  Week 15 Day 5   Correct


9.  Sit quietly, close your eyes, and
 let the voice of the poet transport
 you to other regions and other lives.
10. Their ancestors are important
 to the Native American poets, but
 today they generally write about
 modern times.
   Week 16 Day 1


• 1. “In 1817, the kapable british
  author Mary Shelley wrote these
  amazing book called Frankenstein”
  said miss cohen.
• 2. Many peoples thinks that
  Frankenstein is the monster’s name
  but it is actually the name of the
  scientist who created the monster.
   Week 16 Day 1   Correct


• 1. “In 1817, the capable British
  author Mary Shelley wrote this
  amazing book called Frankenstein,”
  said Miss Cohen.
• 2. Many people think that
  Frankenstein is the monster’s name,
  but it is actually the name of the
  scientist who created the monster.
       Week 16 Day 2


 3. Victor Frankenstein were a brilliant
  young scientist he diskovered the secret
  of creating life.
 4. Science and humanity was common
  themes in the romantic era. They
  appealed to writers from London,
  England, Paris, France, and Boston,
  Massachusetts.
       Week 16 Day 2   Correct


 3. Victor Frankenstein was a brilliant
  young scientist. He discovered the secret
  of creating life.
 4. Science and humanity were common
  themes in the Romantic Era. They
  appealed to writers from London,
  England; Paris, France; and Boston,
  Massachusetts.
 Week 16   Day 3


 5.  The poor creature that Frankenstein
  made could find no love affection or
  acceptance who could be kontent with
  this sorts of life?
 6. Frankenstein didn’t mean no harm
  at first, however, the monster’s
  unhappiness leaded to a tragic
  kampaign of revenge.
 Week 16   Day 3   Correct


 5.  The poor creature that Frankenstein
  made could find no love, affection, or
  acceptance. Who could be content
  with this sort of life?
 6. Frankenstein didn’t mean any harm
  at firs; however, the monster’s
  unhappiness led to a tragic campaign
  of revenge.
  Week 16   Day 4


 7.  Victor Frankenstein feeled some
  gilt about his work but would that
  stop him from creating an unloved
  monster agin?
 8. The following things might of
  helped the creature a friend a family
  a less hideous appearance or some
  human kindness.
  Week 16   Day 4   Correct


 7. Victor Frankenstein felt some
  guilt about his work, but would that
  stop him from creating an unloved
  monster again?
 8. The following things might have
  helped the creature: a friend, a
  family, a less hideous appearance,
  or some human kindness.
Week 16   Day 5



 9. I been trying to explain to Kendra
  that Mary Shelley’s book is much more
  cumpelling than the movie version of
  Frankenstein.
 10. Mary Shelley writed many other
  novels I enjoy reading her journal and
  personal letters last month.
Week 16   Day 5   Correct



 9. I have been trying to explain to
  Kendra that Mary Shelley’s book is
  much more compelling than the movie
  version of Frankenstein.
 10. Mary Shelley wrote many other
  novels. I enjoyed reading her journal
  and personal letters last month.
Week 17   Day 1


• 1. Farley mowat a scientest,
  humorously describes his research in
  the book Never Cry Wolf.
• 2. As the member of the canadian
  Wildlife Service, him was sent to
  destroy wolfs. The government
  thought they killing to many caribou.
Week 17   Day 1   Correct


• 1. Farley Mowat, a scientist,
  humorously describes his research in
  the book Never Cry Wolf.
• 2. As a member of the Canadian
  Wildlife Service, he was sent to
  destroy wolves. The government
  thought they were killing too many
  caribou.
Week 17   Day 2


• 3. Peoples living in churchill told
  Mowat rediculous “facts” about
  wolves, one person said the animals
  sheds their skins every four years.
• 4. Mowat found an pilot to take he
  north with the following gear tents,
  stoves, sleeping bags, skis, and seven
  axes.
Week 17   Day 2   Correct


• 3. People living in Churchill told
  Mowat ridiculous “facts” about
  wolves; one person said the animals
  shed their skins every four years.
• 4. Mowat found a pilot to take him
  north with the following gear: tents,
  stoves, sleeping bags, skis, and seven
  axes.
Week 17   Day 3

• 5. A man named mike helped Mowat
  but he ran away after
  misunderstanding the researchers
  equipment and insterments.
• 6. After many scary funny and
  touching encounter with wolves.
  Mowat came too be one of their most
  strongest supporters.
Week 17   Day 3   Correct

• 5. A man named Mike helped
  Mowat, but he ran away after
  misunderstanding the researcher’s
  equipment and instruments.
• 6. After many scary, funny, and
  touching encounters with wolves,
  Mowat came to be one of their
  strongest supporters.
Week 17   Day 4



• 7. Beryl markham’s book West with
  the Night tells about her life in africa
  and her career as a aviator.
• 8. When she were young, a baby
  zebra came to her room every
  morning to wake she, those was her
  alarm clock.
Week 17   Day 4   Correct



• 7. Beryl Markham’s book, West
  with the Night, tells about her life in
  Africa and her career as a aviator.
• 8. When she was young, a baby
  zebra came to her room every
  morning to wake her; that was her
  alarm clock.
Week 17   Day 5

• 9. Because her grew up on a african farm,
  Markham could do many things speak
  swahili, play tribal games hunt animals fly
  airplanes and take care of horses.
• 10. She was a first person to make a solo
  flight from east to west across the atlantic
  ocean she flew from Abingdon England to
  Nova Scotia Canada.
Week 17   Day 5   Correct

• 9. Because she grew up on an African farm,
  Markham could do many things: speak
  Swahili, play tribal games, hunt animals, fly
  airplanes, and take care of horses.
• 10. She was the first person to make a solo
  flight from East to West across the Atlantic
  Ocean. She flew from Abingdon, England
  to Nova Scotia, Canada.
 Week 18 Day 1


• 1. I recommend the book Number
  the Stars it‟s the acount of people
  who bravly help Jewish friends
  escape danjer.
• 2. Annemarie the heroine lives in
  denmark. The kountry is occupyed
  by german soldiers during world
  war II.
 Week 18 Day 1    Correct

• 1. I recommend the book Number
  the Stars. It‟s the account of people
  who bravely help Jewish friends
  escape danger.
• 2. Annemarie, the heroine, lives in
  Denmark. The country is occupied
  by German soldiers during World
  War II.
   Week 18 Day 2



 3. The Johansen famly hides Ellen
  Rosen, whos Annemarie‟s girl
  friend. Ellen is jewish but the
  Johansens arent.
 4. Soldiers offen apear without
  warning and every one lives in fear
  of being descovered.
   Week 18 Day 2    Correct


 3. The Johansen family hides
  Ellen Rosen, who‟s Annemarie‟s
  girl friend. Ellen is Jewish, but the
  Johansens aren't.
 4. Soldiers often appear without
  warning, and everyone lives in fear
  of being discovered.
 Week 18 Day 3


• 5. In one incidant, a soldier want
  too open the coffin of Great aunt
  Birte, whom died of a terrible
  disease.
• 6. The mother replys that the jerms
  might still be alive she knoes that
  the coffin realy conntains supplies.
 Week 18 Day 3     Correct


• 5. In one incident, a soldier wants
  to open the coffin of Great-Aunt
  Birte, who died of a terrible disease.
• 6. The mother replies that the
  germs might still be alive. She
  knows that the coffin really contains
  supplies.
 Week 18 Day 4



• 7. “Weren’t you afraid the
  Johansens would be catched”?
  asked Dennis.
• 8 “Yes i was. The author lois
  lowry did an exellent job of
  building suspense” answer Liz.
 Week 18 Day 4   Correct



• 7. “Weren’t you afraid the
  Johansens would be caught?” asked
  Dennis.
• 8 “Yes I was. The author Lois
  Lowry did an excellent job of
  building suspense,” answered Liz.
  Week 18   Day 5



• 9. I holded my breath when
  Annemarie delivered a
  secret packet to her Uncle,
  said Henry.
• 10. Then him add, It’s sad
  that war is the inspirasion
  for such an excteing novel.
  Week 18   Day 5   Correct



• 9. “I held my breath when
  Annemarie delivered a
  secret packet to her Uncle,”
  said Henry.
• 10. Then he added, “It’s sad
  that war is the inspiration
  for such an exciting novel.”
 Week 19 Day 1


• 1. Marco Polo was born around a.d.
  1254. Him and his male relatives
  spended much of his lifes in China.
• 2. Marco was about twenty when he
  reached northern china. He traveled
  traded and later worked for the
  emperor, kublai khan.
 Week 19 Day 1   Correct


• 1. Marco Polo was born around A.D.
  1254. He and his male relatives spent
  much of their lives in China.
• 2. Marco was about twenty when he
  reached Northern China. He traveled,
  traded, and later worked for the
  emperor, Kublai Khan.
  Week 19



 3.  Frequently, Marco were sent on
  missions all over the chinese empire,
  and he stoped and seen many exotic
  sights.
 4. Among his observations was the
  religious practices of islam, marriage
  customs, architecture and the land.
  Week 19   Correct




 3.  Frequently, Marco were sent on
  missions all over the chinese empire,
  and he stoped and seen many exotic
  sights.
 4. Among his observations was the
  religious practices of islam, marriage
  customs, architecture and the land.
  Week 19

 5. Us might have forgoten Marco but
  he wrote a book of his adventures
  he’s one of the bestest-known
  travelers ever!
 6. The travels of Marco Polo may
  exaggerate, but most historians
  agrees that Marco usually be telling
  the truth.
  Week 19   Correct

 5. Us might have forgoten Marco but
  he wrote a book of his adventures
  he’s one of the bestest-known
  travelers ever!
 6. The travels of Marco Polo may
  exaggerate, but most historians
  agrees that Marco usually be telling
  the truth.
  Week 19

 7. A more modern, but not
  necessarily more better, book is one
  by peter jenkins called A Walk
  Across America.
 8. Was written in the 1970s. Jenkins
  hiked around the united states for five
  years to discover what america were
  like.
  Week 19   Correct

 7. A more modern, but not
  necessarily more better, book is one
  by peter jenkins called A Walk
  Across America.
 8. Was written in the 1970s. Jenkins
  hiked around the united states for five
  years to discover what america were
  like.
  Week 19


 9.  A big dog named Cooper went with
  he. Cooper once grabed a poisonous
  snake. Just before his master steped on
  it.
 10. After Cooper killed, Jenkins didn’t
  find another dog, but he did find a
  religion christianity, and a wife on his
  trip.
  Week 19   Correct


 9.  A big dog named Cooper went with
  he. Cooper once grabed a poisonous
  snake. Just before his master steped on
  it.
 10. After Cooper killed, Jenkins didn’t
  find another dog, but he did find a
  religion christianity, and a wife on his
  trip.
  Week 20




• 1. Sandra Cisneros a Hispanic poet
  once sayed you have to learn how to
  build a room before you build a house.”
• 2. in her collected stories, Woman
  Hollering Creek, Ms cisneros permited
  readers to share her characters’ lifes.
  Week 20   Correct



• 1. Sandra Cisneros, an Hispanic poet
  once said, “You have to learn how to
  build a room before you build a house.”
• 2. In her collected stories, Woman
  Hollering Creek, Ms. Cisneros
  permitted readers to share her
  characters’ lives.
  Week 20
• 3. In Cisneros’s story Salvador
  Late or Early, a boy don’t have no
  friends, but him takes care of his
  brothers.
• 4. Cisneros refered to salvador as
  “too small to contain the hundred
  balloons of happiness” what a vivid
  description
  Week 20   Correct
• 3. In Cisneros’s story “Salvador
  Late or Early,” a boy doesn’t have
  any friends, but he takes care of his
  brothers.
• 4. Cisneros referred to Salvador as
  “too small to contain the hundred
  balloons of happiness.” What a
  vivid description!
  Week 20


• 5. The title of Cisneros story
  Barbie-Q is a amusing play on
  words.
• 6. The story is about girls whom
  can’t afford no dolls except those
  damaged in a warehouse fire.
  Week 20   Correct


• 5. The title of Cisnero’s story
  “Barbie-Q” is an amusing play on
  words.
• 6. The story is about girls who
  can’t afford any dolls except those
  damaged in a warehouse fire.
  Week 20

• 7. Pat Mora another well-known
  hispahic poet, growed up in El Paso
  texas near wide stretches of desert.
• 8. One of Mora’s poems are called
  “listen to the desert” in it she uses
  english and spanish to imitate desert
  sounds.
  Week 20   Correct

• 7. Pat Mora, another well-known
  Hispanic poet, grew up in El Paso,
  Texas, near wide stretches of desert.
• 8. One of Mora’s poems is called
  “Listen to the Desert.” In it she uses
  English and Spanish to imitate desert
  sounds.
  Week 20

• 9. When her was young, Mora feeled
  ashamed of being mexican but now
  her writes to leave others like her feel
  proud of their culture.
• 10. “I also write, ms. Mora admited,
  “because i am fascinated by the
  pleasure and power of words.”
  Week 20   Correct

• 9. When she was young, Mora felt
  ashamed of being Mexican, but now
  she writes to let others like her feel
  proud of their culture.
• 10. “I also write,” Ms. Mora
  admitted, “because I am fascinated by
  the pleasure and power of words.”
            Week 21 Day 1
1. Jules Verne foretelled travel to the moon in
   1865 and more than a century later, the
   Apollo moon landing occurred.
2. In 1870, he writed about a strange sea
   captains submarine many considerred
   underwater travel impossible.
      Week 21 Day 1 Correct
1. Jules Verne foretold travel to the moon in
   1865, and more than a century later, the
   Apollo moon landing occurred.
2. In 1870, he wrote about a strange sea
   captain’s submarine. Many considered
   underwater travel impossible.
           Week 21 Day 2
• 3. One of Isaac Asimov’s more prophetic
  stories were The Fun They Had, in which
  students only dealed with computers.
• 4. Them students greatest wishs were to
  have human classmates and teachers, they
  also longed for real books.
      Week 21 Day 2 Correct
• 3. One of Isaac Asimov’s most prophetic
  stories was “The Fun They Had,” in which
  students only dealt with computers.
• 4. Those students’ greatest wishes were to
  have human classmates and teachers; they
  also longed for real books.
           Week 21 Day 3
• 5. The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury
  full of adventure mystery and intrigue
• 6. Everyone has their own reaction to
  Bradburys main character a marvelously
  tattooed man.
      Week 21 Day 3 Correct
• 5. The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury is
  full of adventure, mystery, and intrigue.
• 6. Everyone has his or her own reaction to
  Bradbury’s main character, a marvelously
  tattooed man.
            Week 21 Day 4
• 7. What on the planet earth ever gave Mr
  Bradbury the idea for a tattooed man?” i
  wonderred.
• 8. This man faced with the loss of his
  friends family and job because of them
  beautiful but frightenning tattoos.
      Week 21 Day 4 Correct
• 7. “What on the planet Earth ever gave Mr.
  Bradbury the idea for a tattooed man?” I
  wondered.
• 8. This man was faced with the loss of his
  friends, family, and job because of those
  beautiful but frightening tattoos.
            Week 21 Day 5
• 9. Each of the stories in Bradbury’s book
  represent one of the tattoos and the most
  scariest tattoo tells the viewers future.
• 10. Some of the more interesting stories
  include people pilotting space flights to
  mars, saturn, and jupiter.
       Week 21 Day 5 Correct
• 9. Each of the stories in Bradbury’s book
  represents one of the tattoos, and the
  scariest tattoo tells the viewer’s future.
• 10. Some of the most interesting stories
  include people piloting space flights to
  Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter.
            Week 22 Day 1
• 1. In Ajeemah and His Son, James berry a
  poet from the caribbean. Tells a memorible
  story.
• 2. Ajeemah and his son atu were sold to
  european slave traders from africa they
  were sended to Jamaica.
      Week 22 Day 1 Correct
• 1. In Ajeemah and His Son, James Berry, a
  poet from the Caribbean, tells a memorable
  story.
• 2. Ajeemah and his son, Atu, were sold to
  European slave traders. From Africa they
  were sent to Jamaica.
           Week 22 Day 2
• 3. Atu been engaged to a girl who’s name
  was Sisi. He thought “What will become of
  our wedding day?”
• 4. The young man never again gaze upon
  Sisi but he remember she in his poetry.
      Week 22 Day 2 Correct
• 3. Atu had been engaged to a girl whose
  name was Sisi. He thought, “What will
  become of our wedding day?”
• 4. The young man never again gazed upon
  Sisi, but he remembered her in his poetry.
            Week 22 Day 3
• 5. Ajeemah had hid gold in his sandals.
  They was supposed to be a gift for his sons
  bride.
• 6. After many years in jamaica, Ajeemah
  losed his son but him married again and had
  a daughter named Sisi
       Week 22 Day 3 Correct
• 5. Ajeemah had hidden gold in his sandals.
  It was supposed to be a gift for his son’s
  bride.
• 6. After many years in Jamaica, Ajeemah
  lost his son, but he married again and had a
  daughter named Sisi.
            Week 22 Day 4
• 7. The stories of Jamaica Kincaid, whose
  from antigua in the west indies, are often
  like poetry.
• 8. Her story “Girl” is told in a mothers
  voice. Most of us know what its like to get
  advice from his or her mothers.
      Week 22 Day 4 Correct
• 7. The stories of Jamaica Kincaid, who’s
  from Antigua in the West Indies, are often
  like poetry.
• 8. Her story “Girl” is told in a mother’s
  voice. Most of us know what it’s like to get
  advice from our mothers.
             Week 22 Day 5
• 9. Some of Ms Kincaid’s stories are
  incredable fantasies, in one story, her and
  her mother turn into reptiles.
• 10. She describes people landscapes and
  feelings vividly her stories are simply
  unforgettable.
       Week 22 Day 5 Correct
• 9. Some of Ms. Kincaid’s stories are
  incredible fantasies; in one story, she and
  her mother turn into reptiles.
• 10. She describes people, landscapes, and
  feelings vividly. Her stories are simply
  unforgettable.
            Week 23 Day 1
• 1. One story of star-crossed lovers have
  connsumed peoples imaginations for
  centuries.
• 2. The tragic tale of Tristan and Iseult have
  been told in epic poems operas and novels.
      Week 23 Day 1 Correct
• 1. One story of star-crossed lovers has
  consumed people’s imaginations for
  centuries.
• 2. The tragic tale of Tristan and Iseult has
  been told in epic poems, operas, and novels.
            Week 23 Day 2
• 3. The elderly king Mark sends his nephew
  Tristan to ireland to fetch Iseult. To become
  his bride.
• 4. As Tristan and Iseult conmence they’re
  trip to cornwall they both happen to drink a
  love potion.
      Week 23 Day 2 Correct
• 3. The elderly King Mark sends his nephew
  Tristan to Ireland to fetch Iseult to become
  his bride.
• 4. As Tristan and Iseult commence their
  trip to Cornwall, they both happen to drink
  a love potion.
            Week 23 Day 3
• 5. Iseult doesn’t have no choice, she must
  marry the old king. In her heart however
  she loves Tristan.
• 6. In one conplicated version, King Mark
  conndemns Tristan to death. Also gives
  Iseult to a band of lepers.
      Week 23 Day 3 Correct
• 5. Iseult doesn’t have a choice; she must
  marry the old king. In her heart, however,
  she loves Tristan.
• 6. In one complicated version, King Mark
  condemns Tristan to death. He also gives
  Iseult to a band of lepers.
            Week 23 Day 4
• 7. “I never knowed that in one version
  Tristan is one of King Arthurs knights” said
  Lenny.
• 8. “Lenny didn’t you know he was sir
  Tristan of Lyoness” asked Keiko. He was
  one of the great heros.”
      Week 23 Day 4 Correct
• 7. “I never knew that in one version Tristan
  is one of King Arthur’s knights,” said
  Lenny.
• 8. “Lenny, didn’t you know he was Sir
  Tristan of Lyoness?” asked Keiko. “He was
  one of the greatest heroes.”
            Week 23 Day 5
• 9. Personally, i prefer the story about
  Romeo and Juliet the two lovers in William
  Shakespeares play.
• 10. The play written around a.d. 1595
  however, the story contanes elements from
  earlier greek and italian works.
      Week 23 Day 5 Correct
• 9. Personally, I prefer the story about
  Romeo and Juliet, the two lovers in William
  Shakespeare’s play.
• 10. The play was written around A.D.
  1595; however, the story contains elements
  from earlier Greek and Italian works.
            Week 24 Day 1
• 1. On december 14 1996, ms. wu and me
  will be setting in the first row to hear a
  reading by Laurence Yep.
• 2. Will be hearing this inportant author read
  on magazine street in San Francisco
  California.
      Week 24 Day 1 Correct
• 1. On December 14, 1996, Ms. Wu and I
  will be sitting in the first row to hear a
  reading by Laurence Yep.
• 2. We will be hearing this important author
  read on Magazine Street in San Francisco,
  California.
            Week 24 Day 2
• 3. The inmensely popular Laurence Yep
  was born in san francisco he goed to school
  in Chinatown.
• 4. His parents comed to the united states
  from china.
      Week 24 Day 2 Correct
• 3. The immensely popular Laurence Yep
  was born in San Francisco. He went to
  school in Chinatown.
• 4. His parents came to the United States
  from China.
            Week 24 Day 3
• 5. Almost everyone in my English class
  rate Dragonwings as one of their favorite
  books.
• 6. The book portrays life in San Francisco
  in the early 1900s Yep telled the story from
  an imigrant’s point of view.
       Week 24 Day 3 Correct
• 5. Almost everyone in my English class
  rates Dragonwings as one of his or her
  favorite books.
• 6. The book portrays life in San Francisco
  in the early 1900s. Yep told the story from
  an immigrant’s point of view.
            Week 24 Day 4
• 7. Between Yep’s work is two collections
  of Chinese folk tales, tongues of jade and
  The Rainbow People.
• 8. Them collections grew out of sixty nine
  stories that had been gathered in the 1930s
  in Oaklands chinatown.
      Week 24 Day 4 Correct
• 7. Among Yep’s work are two collections
  of Chinese folk tales, Tongues of Jade and
  The Rainbow People.
• 8. These collections grew out of sixty-nine
  stories that had been gathered in the 1930s
  in Oakland’s Chinatown.
           Week 24 Day 5
• 9. Ms. Wu told me “Some tales in The
  Rainbow People are witty some are
  suspenseful and some are mystical. None
  however is sentimental.”
• 10. I replied “Ms. Wu I know that very
  well. My grandfather was one of the mens
  who told them tales in Chinatown!”
      Week 24 Day 5 Correct
• 9. Ms. Wu told me, “Some tales in The
  Rainbow People are witty, some are
  suspenseful, and some are mystical. None,
  however, is sentimental.”
• 10. I replied, “Ms. Wu I know that very
  well. My grandfather was one of the men
  who told those tales in Chinatown!”
  Week 25


• 1. Teresa said “Set down beside
  me, and tell me all you know
  about dragons”
• 2. “Why do you suppose she
  asked me, that dragons are
  always evil creatures”
  Week 25   Correct


• 1. Teresa said “Set down beside
  me, and tell me all you know
  about dragons”
• 2. “Why do you suppose she
  asked me, that dragons are
  always evil creatures”
  Week 25

• 3. In some cultures, dragons
  represent evil forces, in others,
  they’re reputation are good and
  kind.
• 4. These sort of differences been
  aparent in both eastern and
  western literature.
  Week 25   Correct

• 3. In some cultures, dragons
  represent evil forces, in others,
  they’re reputation are good and
  kind.
• 4. These sort of differences been
  aparent in both eastern and
  western literature.
  Week 25


• 5. I wonder if the way them people
  felt about serpents innfluenced how
  they felt about dragons?
• 6. The greeks and romans, for
  example, thought dragons was evil,
  however, asian cultures comsidered
  them good.
  Week 25   Correct


• 5. I wonder if the way them people
  felt about serpents innfluenced how
  they felt about dragons?
• 6. The greeks and romans, for
  example, thought dragons was evil,
  however, asian cultures comsidered
  them good.
  Week 25

• 7. Sometimes the dragon take a
  back seat to the dragon killer.
  Between all the slayers, St George
  stands out.
• 8. Acording to legend, this brave
  hero killed a dragon, saved a village
  and rescue a princess.
  Week 25   Correct

• 7. Sometimes the dragon take a
  back seat to the dragon killer.
  Between all the slayers, St George
  stands out.
• 8. Acording to legend, this brave
  hero killed a dragon, saved a village
  and rescue a princess.
  Week 25




• 9. Around a.d. 1098 during the
  crusades, st. George is said to have
  helped the normans at Antioch.
• 10. Leave me tell you that he is
  conmemorated every april 23 as the
  patron saint of England.
  Week 25   Correct




• 9. Around a.d. 1098 during the
  crusades, st. George is said to have
  helped the normans at Antioch.
• 10. Leave me tell you that he is
  conmemorated every april 23 as the
  patron saint of England.
 Week 26


1. One of the goodest american plays A
raisin in the sun, was wrote by Lorraine
Hansberry.
2. The drama takes place in chicago
and it centers on the five members of
the Younger family Ruth, Walter, Travis
Lena and Brittany.
 Week 26   Correct

1. One of the best American plays, A
Raisin in the Sun, was written by
Lorraine Hansberry.
2. The drama takes place in Chicago,
and it centers on the five members of
the Younger family: Ruth, Walter,
Travis, Lena, and Brittany.
  Week 26


 3. The opening scene is tense, Walter
  and Ruth qarrel about whether they
  can give they’re son fifty cents for
  school.
 4. We finds out however that the
  family is waiting for Mother Lena’s
  insurance check from her husbands
  death.
  Week 26   Correct


 3. The opening scene is tense; Walter
  and Ruth quarrel about whether they
  can give their son fifty cents for
  school.
 4. We find out, however, that the
  family is waiting for Mother Lena’s
  insurance check from her husband’s
  death.
   Week 26


   Everyone has their own idea about
 5.
 how the money should be spended.

 6.Lena and Ruth want a house, Walter
 wants a liqor store and Brittany want to
 go to medical school.
   Week 26   Correct


 5.Everyone has his or her own idea
 about how the money should be spent.

 6.Lena and Ruth want a house, Walter
 wants a liquor store, and Brittany wants
 to go to medical school.
   Week 26


 7. “What does the younger family do
  with the money? Tell me, qwickly”!
  Inqwired Akeisha.
 8. “They buys a house I believe in a
  white neighborhood said Louis. it’s in
  clybourne park, Illinois.”
   Week 26   Correct


 7. “What does the Younger family do
  with the money? Tell me, quickly!”
  inquired Akeisha.
 8. “They buy a house, I believe, in a
  white neighborhood,” said Louis. “It’s
  in Clybourne Park, Illinois.”
  Week 26



 9. “Wasn’t Sidney Poitier the actor
  whom starred in the movie A Raisin in
  the Sun” esther asked qwietly.
 10. “his techniqe was acclaimed on the
  stage,” said Dave and later he acted in
  the movie with Ruby Dee Ivan Dixon
  and Louis Gossett.”
  Week 26   Correct



 9. “Wasn’t Sidney Poitier the actor
  who starred in the movie A Raisin in
  the Sun?” Esther asked quietly.
 10. “His technique was acclaimed on
  the stage,” said Dave, “and later he
  acted in the movie with Ruby Dee,
  Ivan Dixon, and Louis Gossett.”
 Week 27


• 1. Melinda my new friend at
  school asked me if i hadn’t never
  saw the movie My Fair Lady?
• 2. Like many peoples, i knew
  about the story from seeing it on
  television but I weren’t really
  paying attention.
 Week 27 Correct


• 1. Melinda, my new friend at
  school, asked me if I hadn’t ever
  seen the movie My Fair Lady.
• 2. Like many people, I knew about
  the story from seeing it on
  television, but I wasn’t really
  paying attention.
Week 27

3. Melinda asked “Did you know
that My Fair Lady was based on
George Bernard Shaws’ play
Pygmalion”?
4. “Of course everybody know
that, I retorted. Those is common
knowlege!”
Week 27   Correct

3. Melinda asked, “Did you know
that My Fair Lady was based on
George Bernard Shaw’s play
Pygmalion?”
4. “Of course, everybody knows
that,” I retorted. “That is common
knowledge!”
 Week 27


5. Mrs Keys challendged Melinda
and I. “Was G B Shaw english or
irish?” her asked.
6. “Oh I know the answer”!
Melinda said. “Him was a famous
irish playwright and languaje was
his passion.”
 Week 27   Correct


5. Mrs. Keys challenged Melinda
and me. “Was G.B. Shaw English
or Irish?” she asked.
6. “Oh, I know the answer!”
Melinda said. “He was a famous
Irish playwright, and language was
his passion.”
Week 27


7. In Pygmalion, professor Henry
Higgins taught phonetics in london,
england, he was engajed in serious
research.
8.One night he taking notes on Liza
Doolittle’s accent. Her speech had
catched his attention.
Week 27   Correct


7. In Pygmalion, Professor Henry
Higgins taught phonetics in London,
England; he was engaged in serious
research.
8.One night he was taking notes on
Liza Doolittle’s accent. Her speech
had caught his attention.
Week 27

9. At first, Liza midjudjed
Higgins intentions. Later
though she wanted him to learn
her good English.
10. In the end, Liza and him
fell in love what a great reason
to rejoice!
Week 27   Correct

9. At first, Liza misjudged
Higgins’s intentions. Later,
though, she wanted him to
teach her good English.
10. In the end, Liza and he fell
in love. What a great reason to
rejoice!
 Week 28
• 1. Us students think of whales as
  gentle but Herman Melville show
  another side in his most finest
  novel.
• 2. Although Moby-Dick contains a
  fysically strong, almost human
  whale, the story really center on
  captain ahab.
 Week 28   Correct
• 1. We students think of whales as
  gentle, but Herman Melville shows
  another side in his finest novel.
• 2. Although Moby-Dick contains a
  physically strong, almost human
  whale, the story really centers on
  Captain Ahab.
 Week 28


3.  The other characters in the
 novel fascinates I. Queepeg for
 example first seemed to be the
 steriotipe of a cannibal.
4. However, I soon discover the
 strength skill and humor that laid
 beneath Queepegs’ appearance.
 Week 28   Correct


3.  The other characters in the
 novel fascinate me. Queequeg, for
 example, first seemed to be the
 stereotype of a cannibal.
4. However, I soon discovered the
 strength, skill, and humor that lay
 beneath Queequeg’s appearance.
 Week 28


5.  Ishmael, the narrator whom
 isn’t no fool, go aboard the ill-
 fated pequod a whaling ship.
6. He reassures we readers
 because he doesn’t never fall
 prey to the greed pride and hate
 of the other sailors.
 Week 28   Correct


5.  Ishmael, the narrator, who
 isn’t a fool, goes aboard the ill-
 fated Pequod, a whaling ship.
6. He reassures us readers
 because he never falls prey to the
 greed, pride, and hate of the
 other sailors.
 Week 28

7.  “Them characters, said Leona,
 don’t behave in a lojical way. They
 become part of the captains
 madness.”
8. I don’t have to be no sycholojist
 to know that Capt Ahab is obsessed
 with killing that great white whale,
 she add.
 Week 28   Correct

7.  “Those characters,” said Leona,
 “don’t behave in a logical way.
 They become part of the captain’s
 madness.”
8. I don’t have to be a psychologist
 to know that Capt. Ahab is obsessed
 with killing that great white whale,”
 she added.
 Week 28




9. Suspense builds as Ahab pursue the
 whale, who he blames for the loss of
 his leg.
10. Does the whale finally raise to the
 challenge does ahab succeed in his mad
 quest? I recommend you read that there
 book to find out.
 Week 28   Correct




9. Suspense builds as Ahab pursues the
 whale, whom he blames for the loss of
 his leg.
10. Does the whale finally rise to the
 challenge? Does Ahab succeed in his
 mad quest? I recommend you read that
 book to find out.
 Week 28



• 1. When discussing well-knowed
  mystery writers its nesessary to
  mention sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
• 2. Doyle beginned as a doctor but
  he achieved his greater fame by
  creating Sherlock Holmes.
 Week 29   Correct



• 1. When discussing well-known
  mystery writers, it’s necessary to
  mention Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
• 2. Doyle began as a doctor, but
  he achieved his greatest fame by
  creating Sherlock Holmes.
 Week 29


• 3. The adventurs of Sherlock
  Holmes a british detective, and dr.
  Watson his partner. Have inspired
  devoted fans.
• 4. You can’t hardly escape from
  Holmes famous line, “it’s
  elementary, my dear Watson.”
 Week 29   Correct


• 3. The adventures of Sherlock
  Holmes, a British detective, and
  Dr. Watson, his partner, have
  inspired devoted fans.
• 4. You can hardly escape from
  Holmes’s famous line, “It’s
  elementary, my dear Watson.”
 Week 29


• 5. In the story, “The Adventure of
  the Devil’s Foot,” Holmes and
  Watson visiting a bleak
  countryside of cornwall.
• 6. We find they with an puzzling
  murder a woman is dead, two men
  are insane and all three faces are
  freezed in horror.
 Week 29   Correct


• 5. In the story, “The Adventure of
  the Devil’s Foot,” Holmes and
  Watson are visiting the bleak
  countryside of Cornwall.
• 6. We find them with a puzzling
  murder. A woman is dead, two
  men are insane, and all three faces
  are frozen in horror.
 Week 29



• 7. Of course rarely do Holmes fail
  to solve the case. Through their
  great powers of deducktion.
• 8. I wonder why Holmes played
  the violin dabbled in chemistry
  and hate publicity?
 Week 29   Correct



• 7. Of course, rarely does Holmes
  fail to solve the case through his
  great powers of deduction.
• 8. I wonder why Holmes played
  the violin, dabbled in chemistry,
  and hated publicity.
 Week 29


• 9. In england, the more baffling
  crimes of all is solved by Holmes,
  the police often resent his succes.
• 10. Last night, dad said that
  scotland yard didn’t never solve a
  case without the brilliant detectives
  help.
 Week 29   Correct


• 9. In England, the most baffling
  crimes of all are solved by Holmes.
  The police often resent his success.
• 10. Last night, Dad said that
  Scotland Yard never solved a case
  without the brilliant detective’s
  help.
 Week 30




►1. I and my sister have heared many
 unbelievable folk tales of the
 american frontier.
►2. In many of those tales there’s
 some truth in the outragous claims;
 even the most tallest tales can be
 builded on fact.
 Week 30   Correct




►1. My sister and I have heard many
 unbelievable folk tales of the
 American frontier.
►2. In many of those tales, there’s
 some truth in the outragous claims;
 even the tallest tales can be built on
 fact.
 Week 30

►3.  Davy Crockett, the frontiersman
 and congressman are the bestest
 example of fiction based on fact.
►4. Him and his adventures were
 considered stupendus some of the
 fictius tales was of his own creation.
 Week 30   Correct

►3.  Davy Crockett, the frontiersman
 and congressman, is the best example
 of fiction based on fact.
►4. He and his adventures were
 considered stupendous. Some of the
 fictitious tales were of his own
 creation.
 Week 30

►5. Crockett said he killed more than an
 hundred bears in eight months. Such
 an enormoss outrage wouldn’t set well
 today.
►6. Others said him could ride lightning
 and speak the animals languages the
 Crockett Almanacs spreaded those
 stories.
 Week 30   Correct

►5. Crockett said he killed more than a
 hundred bears in eight months. Such
 an enormous outrage wouldn’t sit well
 today.
►6. Others said he could ride lightning
 and speak the animals’ languages. The
 Crockett Almanacs spread those
 stories.
 Week 30


►7.  It don’t take a genious to see
 that in the wild frontier laid the
 makings of heroes.
►8. Life was tremendusly difficult,
 those people, for who the most
 simplest things meaned hard
 work, needed inspiration.
 Week 30   Correct


►7.  It doesn’t take a genius to see
 that in the wild frontier lay the
 makings of heroes.
►8. Life was tremendously
 difficult. Those people, for whom
 the simplest things meant hard
 work, needed inspiration.
Week 30



9. Unfortunately there aren’t many
tales by or about pioneer women.
Maybe she didn’t have time to write.
10. In later years, some women did
become legendary consider for
example the following Amelia
Earhart Nelly Bly and Sojourner
Truth.
Week 30   Correct
 9. Unfortunately, there aren’t many
 tales by or about pioneer women.
 Maybe they didn’t have time to
 write.
 10. In later years, some women did
 become legendary. Consider, for
 example, the following: Amelia
 Earhart, Nelly Bly, and Sojourner
 Truth.
 Week 31

1. From australia to zimbabwe,
   nearly every culture in the world
   have some kind of storytelling
   dance.
2. Many eastern culture use dance
   to tell colorful stories from its
   folklore.
 Week 31   Correct

1. From Australia to Zimbabwe,
   nearly every culture in the world
   has some kind of storytelling
   dance.
2. Many Eastern cultures use dance
   to tell colorful stories from their
   folklore.
     Week 31


3.     In the hindu religion practiced in
       parts of asia, dancers perform
       stories of the Mahabharata a
       enduring epic.
4.     Them dances features the tantalising
       drama of royalty, feuding
       clansmens, and a princess’ revenge.
     Week 31   Correct


3.     In the Hindu religion practiced in
       parts of Asia, dancers perform
       stories of the Mahabharata, an
       enduring epic.
4.     Those dances feature the tantalizing
       drama of royalty, feuding clansmen,
       and a princes’s revenge.
Week 31

   5. Dance tells all sort of stories;
    for example, the asante of africa
    dance to imitate the movements of
    a antelope.
   6. To another african tribe the
    bantu, dancing is so important that
    two friend whom meet may greet
    each other by asking, “What do you
    dance?”
Week 31     Correct

   5. Dance tells all sorts of stories;
    for example, the Asante of Africa
    dance to imitate the movements of
    an antelope.
   6. To another African tribe, the
    Bantu, dancing is so important that
    two friends who meet may greet
    each other by asking, “What do you
    dance?”
 Week 31

7. In polynesia, the hula has keeped
the storytelling tradition alive it
involves strong rhythms swinging hips
and graceful hand movements.
8. Although the men takes the primary
roles in the “drum dances,” womens
usually star in the hawaiian
storytelling dances.
 Week 31   Correct


7. In Polynesia, the hula has kept the
storytelling tradition alive. It involves
strong rhythms, swinging hips, and
graceful hand movements.
8. Although the men take the primary
roles in the “drum dances,” women
usually star in the Hawaiian
storytelling dances.
 Week 31


9. To we people in the united states,
dancing means socialising we don’t
hardly ever tell stories in dances.
10. Of course it’s no surprise that
native americans, for who tradition
is important, still perform age-old
storytelling dance.
 Week 31   Correct


9. To us people in the United States,
dancing means socializing. We
hardly ever tell stories in dances.
10. Of course, it’s no surprise that
Native Americans, for whom
tradition is important, still perform
age-old storytelling dances.
Week 32




1. Almost all the worlds folk tales have
some standard characters one of the
most commonest is the trickster.
2. Tricksters are generally animals that
act like humans they often have special
powers and are most clever than
they’re opponents.
Week 32 Correct




1. Almost all the world’s folk tales have
some standard characters. One of the
most common is the trickster.
2. Tricksters are generally animals that
act like humans. They often have
special powers and are more clever
than their opponents.
     Week 32


3.   Among Native Americans of the
     southwest. The trickster is Coyote,
     whom brought we sickness, sorrow
     and death.
4.    Usually, Coyote an mischief maker
     simply likes too cheat we humans
     and play pranks.
     Week 32   Correct


3.   Among Native Americans of the
     Southwest, the trickster is Coyote,
     who brought us sickness, sorrow,
     and death.
4.    Usually, Coyote, a mischief maker,
     simply likes to cheat us humans and
     play pranks.
     Week 32


5.     Other tricksters aren’t so devious
       some, such as Raven in tales from
       the northwest, are spirits whom help
       humanity.
6.      Raven is credited with the
       exstending the gifts of fire order and
       survival skills too the world.
     Week 32   Correct


5.     Other tricksters aren’t so devious.
       Some, such as Raven in tales from
       the Northwest, are spirits who help
       humanity.
6.      Raven is credited with the
       extending the gifts of fire, order, and
       survival skills to the world.
Week 32

 7. The Chinese novel journey to the
  west relates the adventures of the
  most slyest trickester, Sun Wu Kong.
 8. Sun Wu Kong the Monkey King,
  is a exspert in mischief. For
  exsample, that there monkey steals
  the peaches of long life from heaven.
Week 32   Correct

 7. The Chinese novel Journey to the
  West relates the adventures of the
  slyest trickster, Sun Wu Kong.
 8. Sun Wu Kong, the Monkey King,
  is an expert in mischief. For
  example, that monkey steals the
  peaches of long life from heaven.
Week 32

9. In spite of himself sun Wu Kong
does some good he makes the effort
to help a priest name tripitaka on a
dangerous trip too india.
10. To trick others efectively, Sun
Wu Kong uses magic and he also
gets help from peoples on who he
relies.
Week 32   Correct

9. In spite of himself, Sun Wu Kong
does some good. He makes the
effort to help a priest named
Tripitaka on a dangerous trip to
India.
10. To trick others effectively, Sun
Wu Kong uses magic, and he also
gets help from people on whom he
relies.
 Week 33


1. We were talking about myths,
   and Beth said, “I think some of
   the wisest heroes were
   goddesses.”
2. “Yes, I agree,” said Lina. “For
   example, my favorite is the
   ancient Chinese goddess Nu Wa.”
 Week 33   Correct


1. We talking about myths and Beth
   said “I think some of the most
   wisest heroes were goddesses.
2. “yes I agree,” said Lina. “For
   example, my favorite is the
   ancient chinese goddess Nu Wa”
 Week 33




3. Lina telled us that nu Wa was an
   beautiful wise and kind goddess did
   you know she had special powers.
4. Nu Wa created humans. From river
   mud. Later, when the sky was
   colapsing, her fix it with turtles legs.
 Week 33 Correct


3. Lina told us that Nu Wa was a
   beautiful, wise, and kind goddess.
   Did you know she had special
   powers?
4. Nu Wa created humans from river
   mud. Later, when the sky was
   collapsing, she fixed it with a turtle’s
   legs.
Week 33
5. Beth said, “once I read about the
egyptian sky goddess called Nut
people in old egypt thunk she gave
birth to the sun every day.
6. Accourding to they’re mythology,
nut was also the mother of other
inportant gods, including Osiris,
Seth and Isis.
Week 33   Correct

5. Beth said, “Once I read about the
Egyptian sky goddess called Nut;
people in old Egypt thought she gave
birth to the sun every day.”
6. According to their mythology, Nut
was also the mother of other
inportant gods, including Osiris,
Seth, and Isis.
Week 33
7. Phillip told we a story about a
brazilian tribe called the Trio, to
who the goddess Waraku was
generous.
8. When Waraku taked the form
of a fish, a Trio man catched she
to asist his people, she gived he
new kinds of food to grow.
Week 33   Correct
7. Phillip told us a story about a
Brazilian tribe called the Trio, to
whom the goddess Waraku was
generous.
8. When Waraku took the form of
a fish, a Trio man caught her. To
assist his people, she gave him
new kinds of food to grow.
Week 33



9. “Not all female heroes was
divine, though” said Mark.
10. Ariadnes father was King
minos of crete. Her saved the
hero Theseus with a sword and
an thread.
Week 33   Correct



9. “Not all female heroes were
divine, though,” said Mark.
10. Ariadne’s father was King
Minos of Crete. She saved the
hero Theseus with a sword and a
thread.
Week 34


1. Ancient greeks believed Mount
olympus was inhabited by gods
and goddesses.
2. Probably the goodest-known
god was Zeus, who the romans
called Jupiter he was the king of
the gods.
Week 34 Correct


1. Ancient Greeks believed
Mount Olympus was inhabited
by gods and goddesses.
2. Probably the best-known god
was Zeus, whom the Romans
called Jupiter. He was the king
of the gods.
Week 34


3. Juno, whom was the queen of
the roman gods, was the protector
of womens and marriege.
4. Like humans the greek and
roman deeties had feelings and
problems for instance, Juno and
Jupiter would argue.
Week 34 Correct


3. Juno, who was the queen of the
Roman gods, was the protector of
women and marriage.
4. Like humans, the Greek and
Roman deities had feelings and
problems; for instance, Juno and
Jupiter would argue.
Week 34

5. Apollo, the sun god was the
bestest looking of the male gods and
was also the master of healing
archery and music.
6. Apollo once had a music contest
with Pan, an nature god when King
Midas declared Pan a winner, Apollo
gived Pan the ears of a donkey.
Week 34 Correct
5. Apollo, the sun god, was the best
looking of the male gods and was
also the master of healing, archery,
and music.
6. Apollo once had a music contest
with Pan, a nature god. When King
Midas declared Pan the winner,
Apollo gave Pan the ears of a
donkey.
Week 34
7. Artemis, who the Romans
adored as Diana, was Apollo’s
twin sister They’re birthplace
was Dolos greece
8. Artemis an protector of
women, also governed a moon
and hunting. Many looked up to
she.
Week 34 Correct
7. Artemis, whom the Romans
adored as Diana, was Apollo’s
twin sister. Their birthplace was
Dolos, Greece.
8. Artemis, the protector of
women, also governed the moon
and hunting. Many looked up to
her.
Week 34



9. As a defender of women that
there greek goddess of hunting
could be too defenseve.
10. a hunter once seed her
bathing and she turned he into a
deer.
Week 34 Correct



9. As a defender of women, that
Greek goddess of hunting could
be too defensive.
10. A hunter once saw her
bathing, and she turned him into
a deer.
Week 35


1. After my grandfather had sang
we a funny tune, he said “You
know, some of the best stories are
songs.
2. Because grandpa loves to talk,
i asked he, “Would you learn us
about them songs”?
Week 35 Correct


1. After my grandfather had sung
us a funny tune, he said, “You
know, some of the best stories are
songs.”
2. Because Grandpa loves to talk,
I asked him, “Would you teach us
about those songs?”
Week 35




3. Your too young to remember a
popular ballad called “the wreck
of the edmund fitzgerald.”
4. Its a sad ballad but them sort of
song tells a mitey powerful story.
Week 35 Correct


3. You’re too young to remember
a popular ballad called “The
Wreck of the Edmund
Fitzgerald.”
4. It’s a sad ballad, but that sort
of song tells a mighty powerful
story.
Week 35
5. Grandpa sung I the song about
the frayter, the Edmund
Fitzgerald. That there song was
wrote by a canadian.
6. The song’s about a fritening
storm that sinked a ship in lake
superior. The crew of men were
lost.
Week 35 Correct
5. Grandpa sang me the song
about the freighter, the Edmund
Fitzgerald. That song was written
by a Canadian.
6. The song’s about a frightening
storm that sank a ship in Lake
Superior. The crew of men was
lost.
Week 35



7. from europe to america ballads
immortalize a cultures heroes, as
well as it’s criminals.
8. The song “Casey Jones,” thoe,
is about old-time train engineers
they’re jobs were very dangerous
Week 35 Correct


7. From Europe to America,
ballads immortalize a culture’s
heroes, as well as its criminals.
8. The song “Casey Jones,”
though, is about old-time train
engineers. Their jobs were very
dangerous.
Week 35
9. Grandpa singed us all twelve
verses I could set and listen all
nite! This sorts of song is
hypnotic.
10. He promise to sing ballads
tomorrow about Robin Hood
Jesse James and other criminals
whom capture our imagination.
Week 35 Correct
9. Grandpa sang us all twelve
verses. I could sit and listen all
night! This sort of song is
hypnotic.
10. He promised to sing ballads
tomorrow about Robin Hood,
Jesse James, and other criminals
who capture our imagination.
Week 36


1. We share the Western
Hemasphere with our naybors to
the south but us north americans
know very little about them.
2. Latin american folk tales can
learn us about an incredable
variety of beliefs.
Week 36 Correct
1. We share the Western
Hemisphere with our neighbors
to the south, but we North
Americans know very little about
them.
2. Latin American folk tales can
teach us about an incredible
variety of beliefs.
Week 36


3. I learned from a legend titled
“Poor fool!” that mischievus
pranks is played on december 28,
not april 1.
4. I realise that not everyone
reads spanish but I asume that
some tales been transslated.
 Week 36 Correct


3. I learned from a legend titled
“Poor Fool!” that mischievous
pranks are played on December
28, not April 1.
4. I realize that not everyone
reads Spanish, but I assume that
some tales have been translated.
Week 36
5. In the folklore of the americas
one favorite character is Juan
Bobo, whom is an appearently
gullable fool.
6. Nevertheless as soon as you’ve
considerred him hopeless, him
does the impossible and
triumphs.
Week 36 Correct
5. In the folklore of the
Americas, one favorite character
is Juan Bobo, who is an
apparently gullible fool.
6. Nevertheless, as soon as
you’ve considered him hopeless,
he does the impossible and
triumphs.
Week 36



7. M. j., Frank, and Iris
challenjed me to interpret a
puerto rican legend for they.
8. I made every effort to do it,
afterwards, I admited that it was
qwite a conplicated task.
Week 36 Correct



7. M. J., Frank, and Iris
challenged me to interpret a
Puerto Rican legend for them.
8. I made every effort to do it.
Afterwards, I admitted that it was
quite a complicated task.
Week 36
9. As an amature translator, I am
now planing to tackle a mexican
legend about a eagle setting on a
cactus.
10. The legend tells how the
wanderring aztecs found a cactus
an eagle and a serpent they built
their capital on that site.
Week 36 Correct
9. As an amateur translator, I am
now planning to tackle a Mexican
legend about an eagle sitting on a
cactus.
10. The legend tells how the
wandering Aztecs found a cactus,
an eagle, and a serpent. They
built their capital on that site.

				
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