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					CRCT REVIEW
       Nouns
Name the nouns in each
      sentence:
                Nouns



My friend Jim likes to explore our city.
friend (common)
   Jim (proper)
  city (common)
              Nouns



Last week, Jim visited the Natural
 History Museum.
   week (common)
     Jim (proper)
Natural History Museum
         (proper)
              Nouns



His Uncle Jasper took him to see
 the Dallas Museum of Art.
     Uncle Jasper (proper)
Dallas Museum of Art (proper)
              Nouns



Jim enjoyed seeing the paintings
  at the museum.
    Jim (proper)
paintings (common)
museum (common)
              Nouns



Next, Jim wants to go to the Texas
 State Fair.
      Jim (proper)
Texas State Fair (proper)
               Nouns



The fair is held at Fair Park every
 October.
 fair (common)
Fair Park (proper)
October (proper)
    Name the Nouns:
common, proper, abstract, or
        collective
 Harriet Tubman was born a
slave in the state of Maryland.
Harriet Tubman (proper noun)

slave, state (common nouns)

  Maryland (proper noun)
Happiness is a day at the
        beach!
happiness (abstract)
  day (common)
 beach (common)
The farmer watched his herd of
  cattle walk across the road.
   farmer (common)
herd of cattle (collective)
    road (common)
Change the following singular & plural
    nouns to possessive nouns:

                (Spell)


               mice
mice’s
Possessive Nouns




   women
women’s
Possessive Nouns




   printer
printer’s
Possessive Nouns




    wives
wives’
Possessive Nouns




     wolf
wolf’s
Change the following plural
  nouns to singular nouns:
Plural noun to Singular noun


        children
child
Plural noun to Singular noun


        libraries
library
Change the following Singular
   nouns to Plural nouns
Singular Noun to Plural Noun



           foot
feet
Singular Noun to Plural Noun



          ranch
ranches
Singular Noun to Plural Noun



        dinosaur
dinosaurs
    Types of Pronouns

  Name the underlined pronoun:
personal, indefinite, demonstrative


I want to tell you a
       secret.
personal
            Pronouns

 Personal, indefinite, demonstrative




Ben wants this piece of
   cake for dessert.
demonstrative
              Pronouns

   Personal, indefinite, demonstrative


If she thinks I’m going to clean
     up this mess, she’s badly
             mistaken!
personal
           Pronouns

personal, possessive, demonstrative


My car is in the repair
 shop, so we’ll have to
take yours to the mall.
possessive
             Pronouns

  personal, possessive, demonstrative



Those belong to Barry, I
         think.
demonstrative
              Pronouns


   personal, possessive, demonstrative


The candy is mine, but I’ll
   let you have some.
possessive
            Pronouns


Interrogative, reflexive, indefinite
Who did you invite to the
         party?
interrogative
            Pronouns


Interrogative, reflexive, indefinite

Taylor can go to the park
         herself.
reflexive
Pick out the prepositional phrase:



The watch was still in the
          box.
in the box
    Prepositional Phrase:



The children’s artwork is
  displayed at city hall.
at city hall
   Prepositional Phrase



The cat’s food dish is
   under the bag.
under the bag
    Prepositional Phrase:



Last Friday was the due
   date for the library
          book.
for the library book
    Prepositional Phrase



The singer bowed to the
 applause of the crowd.
to the applause
       &
 of the crowd
            Verbs


  Name the verb and its type:
    Action, linking, helping

The day was warm and
        sunny.
    was
linking verb
            Verbs


   Action, linking, helping
The Smith children were
  ready for the beach.
    were
linking verb
              Verbs


      Action, linking, helping


The children lived in San Diego.
   lived
action verb
            Verbs


   Action, linking, helping
They grabbed their beach
  towels and headed for
         the jeep.
 grabbed,
  headed
action verbs
           Verbs


  Action, linking, helping
   On the way, they
stopped for sandwiches.
 stopped
action verb
            Verbs



   action, linking, helping
Mary was the first to hit
      the sand.
    was
linking verb
     hit
action verb
           Verb


  action, linking, helping
Helen appears to be the
   practical daughter.
  appears
linking verb
          Verb


 action, linking, helping
She found a table for
     their lunch.
   found
action verb
            Sentences


Choose simple, compound, or complex

 It was a beautiful day, and I was
        ready for adventure.
compound
          Sentences

    Simple, Compound, Complex


 I saw my friend Marcy and
invited her to come with me.
simple
            Sentences

      Simple, Compound, Complex


Marcy and I enjoyed our trip to
           the park.
simple
          Sentences

    Simple, Compound, Complex


Marcy is new to skating, but
           I’m not.
compound
          Sentences

    Simple, Compound, Complex


I walked to school because I
       missed the bus.
complex
            Sentences


      Simple, Compound, Complex

She strapped on her skates, and
         she joined me.
compound
            Sentences

      Simple, Compound, Complex


Raise your hand if you can hear
           the music.
complex
           Don’t Cry!!!
The following words are easy to
  figure out once you use the
         context clues!!!
 Discuss the meaning of each
        underline word.
                  Examples
1. An entrepreneur, such the man that owns
   the corner store or the lady that owns the
   beauty shop, saves money to begin a
   business.
2. There were many diminutive items in the
   dollhouse including tiny chairs, petite beds,
   and little pictures.
                    Examples
3. Candles, flashlights, and lamps illuminate the
   room.

4. Bobby thinks it's funny to tantalize Sally, such as
   making fun of her curly hair, but it only makes
   the other kids mad at him.

4. An edifice, such as the Empire State Building,
   can take years to build.
                   Explanation
1. I had to stop and think about the unfathomable
    quote of the day.

2. The servant burnished the silver vase, rubbing
   hard to bring back the shine.

3. In Great Britain, the police officer was called a
    constable.
                Explanation
4. No repairs were needed for the old car
   because it was in impeccable condition.
5. The criminal glanced furtively at the police
   officer to make sure he had not been seen.
                     Comparison
1. The con artist hoodwinked Mom and Dad. They
   thought they were getting new windows for our
   home. Instead, they had their credit card
   information stolen.
2. Ian's favorite avocation was to play the violin. It
   was his first source of amusement whenever he
   had some free time.
3. The husband was eminent in the field of medicine
   while the wife was famous in the field of math.
                      Antonymn
1. Mary always brought a sense of serenity home
   with her because of her calm ways, while Max
   brought a sense of chaos with him.
2. During the emergency, Don was so upset he was
   inarticulate, but Cathy remained clear enough to
   tell us what had happened.
3. Kara was an astute learner and did very well her
   music theory classes. Her sister, Mary, found music
   theory difficult and felt foolish being in the class.
                   The definition????
The giant ice cream sundae was so scrumptious that
  I ate the entire thing.
delicious
The book of logic contained many
conundrums - mind-exercising puzzles
 Puzzles;
confusions
A very large city in America is called a
metropolis. Chicago, New York City, and Los
Angeles all fit into this category.
a large city
Sunlight can't shine through opaque objects
like brick walls and wooden doors.
    not transparent
not letting light through
Ann's room was beautiful and reflected her
personality while George's room was the
opposite, so nondescript.
not easily recognized
The fumes were pernicious, not harmless.
dangerous
Mom was emphatically against the new taxes
while Dad was not sure how he felt.
strongly
Julie has many culinary talents - cooking an
incredible meatloaf and cooking an amazing
chicken.
cooking
The boy hurried precipitously to get his
homework done so that he could play
basketball before going to bed.
carelessly
Since none of us brought an umbrella, we
stood under the marquee outside the hotel
until the rain stopped.
awning
Vicissitudes, such as circumstances,
developments, or journeys in life, can change
a person forever.
   life
experience
It is better to take responsibility for your actions
     than to always censure someone else.
criticize
After being ill and unable to eat for three days,
  Beverly had a voracious appetite.
huge
      Combining Sentences

What is the best way to combine the
       following sentences?
1. Tom’s father was learning
           karate.

2. He wanted Tom to practice
         with him.
Tom’s father was learning karate,
 and he wanted Tom to practice
           with him.
      1. It was raining.

2. We played our soccer game.
We played our soccer game even
     though it was raining.

Even though it was raining, we
   played our soccer game.
       1. I like swimming.

2. I jumped at the opportunity to
     go swimming at the pool.
I jumped at the opportunity to go
  swimming at the pool because I
         like swimming.

Since I like swimming, I jumped at
 the opportunity to go swimming
             at the pool.
Interjections???
  Wow, that is
a monster truck!
Wow
Hurray, the Georgia Baseball team
  is number one in the nation!
Hurray
 That is the best ice cream I
have ever eaten. Awesome!
Awesome!
What conjunctions best
complete the following
     sentences?
  I don’t like peanut butter,
______ I do like Reese’s Peanut
         Butter Cups.
but
Amy eats pizza, __ she likes a
        thin crust.
and
        Contractions
(Replace the underline words
     with a contraction)
I will take the bus to school.
I’ll
  Julia and David did not
complete their homework.
didn’t
They are on their way to the
          concert.
they’re
Identify the direct object in each
            sentence:
Rufus finished his experiments
   with paste and flavors.
experiments
Kate tasted the samples in the
           kitchen.
samples
He handed an almond-flavored
       paste to Kate.
paste
Carefully, he packed the pan
 with his new toothpaste.
pan
Rufus proposed a better idea.
idea
     Comma Review
(Place the commas in the
      correct place)
My mother loved her first trip
  to England and she plans to
return by the end of next year.
My mother loved her first trip
 to England, and she plans to
return by the end of next year.
Jeremy my best friend is going
    to the beach with us.
Jeremy, my best friend, is going
     to the beach with us.
Greg took his glove bat and hat
 to the braves baseball game.
Greg took his glove, bat, and
 hat to the Braves baseball
           game.
    Choose the correct
comparative or superlative
  form to complete each
        sentence.
   Some people think that
snowboarding is (more daring,
   most daring) than skiing.
more daring
They have the (higher, highest)
  average of all four classes.
highest
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is
   the (richer, richest) of all
      marine resources.
richest
Label each word as
      positive
   comparative
    superlative
   thin
 thinner
thinnest
    thin (positive)
thinner (comparative)
thinnest (superlative)
most awful
  awful
more awful
most awful (superlative)
    awful (positive)
more awful (comparative)
Identify the following words as an
       adjective or adverb:
thick lava
lava (adjective)
eagerly waited
eagerly (adverb)
really wonderful
really (adverb)
violent volcano
violent (adjective)
quite bravely
 quite (adverb)
bravely (adverb)
            Spelling
Identify the word that best fits
        each sentence:
No one wanted to (by, buy) the
book with the wrinkled cover.
buy
The cost of the newspaper has
  increased to seventy-five
        (cents, sense)
cents
David, the social studies report
 is (do, dew, due) tomorrow!
due
Call me when (it’s, its) my turn
     to use the computer.
it’s
We can rest when (their, there,
 they’re) is nothing left to put
              away.
there
Show Bill (where, wear) we
  keep the extra towels.
where
Everything should be in (it’s,
     its) correct place.
its
    For the following
sentences, identify which
    part of speech is
      underlined:
Mitchell ran onto the field.
noun
The dog barked angrily at the
        salesperson.
adverb
The aquarium was full of tiny
           fish.
adjective
Alexis squirted ketchup on her
            hot dog.
verb
She lost her favorite bracelet.
pronoun
Marty looked under the table for
           his keys.
preposition
Use the correct capitalization &
 punctuation for the situation
           indicated:
closing of a business letter
        (sincerely)
Sincerely,
Greeting of a business letter
         (dear sir)
Dear Sir:
Greeting of a friendly letter
        (dear julie)
Dear Julie,
 Direct Quotations
         &
Indirect Quotations
       Marks
     Correct or Incorrect?

Susie said, “It doesn’t matter.”
Correct
     Correct or Incorrect?

Marie replied angrily! “Let them
           eat cake.”
       Incorrect
    The correct form:
Marie replied angrily, “Let
    them eat cake!”
  Correct or Incorrect?

Karen said, “that the soup
  tasted very strange.”
           Incorrect
         Correct form:
Karen said that the soup tasted
         very strange.
     (indirect quotation)
       Hyphens
(place where needed)
onehalf
one - half
seventytwo
seventy-two
sixteen
    sixteen

(Ha! Did you get
   tricked?)
fourteen
      fourteen
     (HA! HA!)
Did you get tricked
       again?
brotherinlaw
brother-in-law
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