edgar allan poe laments the loss of his wife virginia in his ...

edgar allan poe laments the loss of his wife virginia in his ...

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Week 14 Week 15 Week 16 Week 17 Week 18 Week 1 edgar allan poe laments the loss of his wife virginia in his poem annabel lee

Proper Noun Preposition Present tense Action verb 3rd person Possessive edgar allan poe laments the loss noun pronoun

article noun Proper Noun of his wife virginia 3rd person Possessive in his poem annabel lee Proper Noun Preposition pronoun noun

Transitive verb Subject Object edgar allanOf poe laments the loss appositive preposition (of his wife virginia ) Adjectival prepositional phrase (in his poem annabel lee)

Object appositive Of preposition Adverbial prepositional phrase Direct object Independent clause edgar allan poe laments the loss of his wife virginia in his poem annabel lee Simple sentence

Edgar Allan Poe laments the loss of his wife, Virginia, in his poem Annabel Lee. Edgar Allan Poe laments the loss of his wife, Virginia, in his poem Annabel Lee. Edgar Allan Poe laments the loss of his wife, Virginia, in his poem Annabel Lee. Edgar Allan Poe laments

loss of the in Wife (Virginia) his Poem (Annable Lee) his Week 2

before you turn in an essay you should proofread it thoroughly Subordinating conjunction Present Tense Action verb 2nd person Nominative pronoun

adverb article noun before you turn in an essay 2nd person Nominative pronoun Helping verb Action verb

3rd person Objective pronoun article you should proofread it thoroughly Present tense subject Direct object Transitive verb

before you turn in an essay subject Transitive verb Direct object you should proofread it thoroughly Adverbial dependent clause [before you turn in an essay ] [you should proofread it thoroughly] Independent clause

Complex sentence Before you turn in an essay, you should proofread it thoroughly. Before you turn in an essay, you should proofread it thoroughly. Before you turn in an essay, you should proofread it thoroughly. you essay

turn you should proofread it an in before ly gh

rou tho Week 3 when i was a little kid i loved singing the wheels on the bus Subordinating conjunction 1st person Past tense Nominative article

Linking verb pronoun adjective noun when i was a little kid 1st person NominativePast tense pronoun action verb gerund

Proper Noun i loved singing the wheels on the bus subject Intransitive verb subject Predicate nominative when i was a little kid

subject Transitive verb Object of the gerund i loved singing the wheels on the bus Direct object/ gerund phrase Adverbial dependent clause [when I was a little kid] [i loved singing the wheels on the bus] Independent clause

Complex Sentence When I was a little kid, I loved singing The Wheels on the Bus. When I was a little kid, I loved singing The Wheels on the Bus. When I was a little kid, I loved singing The Wheels on the Bus. I was kid

le litt a when singing The Wheels on the Bus I loved Week 4

interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment adjective noun helping verb interstate highways were adverb action verb

Infinitive originally built to transport past adjective noun coordinating conjunction noun

military troops and equipment subject interstate highways were intransitive verb Infinitive phrase originally built to transport Infinitive phrase military troops and equipment object

of infinitive object of infinitive independent clause interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment simple sentence Interstate highways were

originally built to transport military troops and equipment. Interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment Interstate highways were originally built to transport military troops and equipment were built troops to ly

inal orig tar mili te rsta inte transport and highways

equipment y Week 5 ernest hemingway enjoyed fishing hunting fighting and writing novels and short stories past tense action verb proper noun

ernest hemingway enjoyed gerund gerund gerund coordinating conjucntion fishing hunting fighting and gerund noun

coordinating conjunction noun writing novels and short stories transitive verb subject ernest hemingway enjoyed direct object

direct object direct object fishing hunting fighting and direct object gerund phrase writing novels and short stories object of gerund object of gerund

ernest hemingway enjoyed fishing hunting fighting and writing novels and short stories independent clause Simple Sentence Ernest Hemingway enjoyed fishing, hunting, fighting, and writing novels and short stories. Ernest Hemingway enjoyed fishing, hunting, fighting, and writing novels and short stories. Ernest Hemingway enjoyed fishing,

hunting, fighting, and writing novels and short stories. fishin g ng fighti ng writi ng novels and

Ernest Hemingway enjoyed and hunti short stories Week 6 in his poem thanatopsis william cullen bryant uses a combination of run on lines and caesuras preposition

3rd person possessive pronoun noun Proper Noun Proper Noun in his poem thanatopsis william Proper Noun present tense action verb article

noun cullen bryant uses a combination preposition adjective noun coordinating conjunction noun

of run on lines and caesuras object of preposition appositive subject (in his poem thanatopsis) william

adverbial prepositional phrase subject transitive verb direct object cullen bryant uses a combination object of preposition object of preposition

(of run on lines and caesuras) adjectival prepositional phrase in his poem thanatopsis william cullen bryant uses a combination of run on lines and caesuras independent clause simple sentence In his poem, Thanatopsis, William Cullen Bryant uses a combination of run-on lines and caesuras.

In his poem, Thanatopsis, William Cullen Bryant uses a combination of run-on lines and caesuras. In his poem, Thanatopsis, William Cullen Bryant uses a combination of run-on lines and caesuras. William Cullen Bryant uses combination lines and

run-on of a In caesuras poem (Thanatopsis) his Week 7 poe makes extensive use of onomatopoeia in his poem

the raven Proper Noun present tense action verb adjective noun preposition poe makes extensive use of

noun preposition onomatopoeia in Proper Noun the raven 3rd person possessive pronoun noun

his poem subject transitive verb direct object poe makes extensive use object of preposition object of preposition

(of onomatopoeia) (in his poem adjectival prepositional phrase appositive adverbial prepositional phrase the raven) Poe makes extensive use of onomatopoeia in his poem The Raven. Poe makes extensive use of onomatopoeia in his poem The Raven. Poe makes extensive use of onomatopoeia in his poem The Raven.

Poe makes use of n exte sive in onomatopoeia

poem (The Raven) his Week 8 the girl who sits behind rafael is a better student than i present tense noun reflexive pronoun action verb preposition proper noun the girl who sits behind

rafael present tense article linking verb article adjective noun subordinating 1st person conjunction nominative pronoun is a better student than i

subject 1 subject 2 object of preposition intransitive verb 2 the girl who sits (behind rafael) intransitive verb 1

adverbial prepositional phrase predicate nominative subject is a better student than i (am) adjectival dependent clause [[the girl[who sits behind rafael] independent clause adverbial dependent clause

is a better student]] [than i] The girl who sits behind Rafael is a better student than I. The girl who sits behind Rafael is a better student than I. girl is student a

the be tte r than I who sits d hin be

Rafael am Week 9 reading arthur millers play the crucible our class learned about the witch trials in salem massachusetts participle possessive proper noun

noun reading arthur millers play Proper noun 1st person possessive pronoun noun past tense action verb the crucible our class learned preposition

article adjective noun about the witch trials preposition Proper noun in salem massachusetts participle phrase

object of the participle reading arthur millers play appositive subject intransitive verb the crucible our class learned object of preposition (about

the witch trials) adverbial prepositional phrase object of preposition (in salem massachusetts) adjectival prepositional phrase [reading arthur millers play the crucible our class learned about the witch trials in salem massachusetts] independent clause simple sentence

Reading Arthur Millers play The Crucible, our class learned about the witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts. Reading Arthur Millers play The Crucible, our class learned about the witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts. Reading Arthur Millers play The Crucible, our class learned about the witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts. class

learned t abou our trials in witch the Rea

ding play (The Crucible) Salem, Massachusetts ur Arth r s Mille Week 10 mark twain was born on november 30 1835 in florida missouri

but moved to hannibal missouri when he was five Proper Noun helping verb past tense action verb mark twain was born preposition Proper Noun

on november 30 1835 Proper Noun preposition in florida missouri coordinating conjunction past tense preposition action verb Proper Noun

but moved to hannibal missouri subordinating conjunction when 3rd person nominative 3rd person pronoun linking verb adjective he was five

subject intransitive verb mark twain was born object of the preposition (on november 30 1835) adverbial prepositional phrase object of the preposition (in florida missouri) adverbial prepositional phrase object of the preposition

but moved (to hannibal missouri) adverbial prepositional phrase intransitive subject verb predicate adjective when he was five independent clause [mark twain was born on

november 30 1835 in florida missouri but moved to hannibal missouri] adverbial dependent clause [when he was five] complex sentence Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835, in Florida, Missouri, but moved to Hannibal, Missouri, when he was five. Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835, in Florida, Missouri, but moved to Hannibal, Missouri, when he was five.

Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835, in Florida, Missouri, but moved to Hannibal, Missouri, when he was five. was born in on Florida, Missouri but Mark Twain

November 30, 1835 moved to Hannibal, Missouri when he was five

Week 11 give a yearbook to whoever paid for one present tense action verb article noun preposition give a yearbook to

reflexive pronoun past tense indefinite action verb preposition prounoun whoever paid for one transitive verb direct object give a yearbook

object of preposition subject intransitive verb object of preposition (toadverbial whoever paid (for one)) prepositional phrase

adverbial prepositional phrase Subject (You) independent clause [give a yearbook to] noun dependent clause [whoever paid for one]

complex sentence Give a yearbook to whoever paid for one. Give a yearbook to whoever paid for one. Give a yearbook to whoever paid for one. (You) Give yearbook to a

whoever paid r fo one Week 12 cannibal canoe hurricane and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from native americans

noun noun noun cannibal canoe hurricane Coordinating conjunction Past tense Linking verb noun

Indefinite pronoun and barbecue were some preposition article adjective noun participle of the first words borrowed preposition Proper noun

from native americans subject subject subject cannibal canoe hurricane subject Intransitive verb

Predicate nominative and barbecue were some Object of preposition Participle phrase (ofAdjectival the prepositional first words) borrowed phrase Participle phrase

Object of preposition (fromAdverbial native americans) prepositional phrase [cannibal canoe hurricane and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from native americans] Independent clause Simple sentence

Cannibal, canoe, hurricane, and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from Native Americans. Cannibal, canoe, hurricane, and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from Native Americans. cannibal hurrican were some of barbecue

and canoe words r bo st fir e th r

owed m fro Native Americans Cannibal, canoe, hurricane, and barbecue were some of the first words borrowed from Native Americans. Week 13 sandra cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment she had to retreat to

the bathroom to have a moment to herself Past tense Action verb Proper noun preposition adjective adjective sandra cisneros lived with eight other adjective

noun preposition article adjective noun family members in a small apartment 3rd person nominative Past tense Action verb pronoun

infinitive preposition article noun she had to retreat to the bathroom infinitive article noun

preposition reflexive pronoun to have a moment to herself Intransitive verb subject sandra cisneros lived (with eight other Adverbial prepositional phrase

Object of preposition Object of preposition family members)( in a small apartment) Adverbial prepositional phrase subject transitive verb Direct object / infinitive phrase

Object of preposition she had to retreat (to the bathroom) Adverbial prepositional phrase infinitive phrase Object of preposition to have a moment (to herself) Object of infinitive Adjectival prepositional phrase Independent clause

[sandra cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment] Independent clause [ she had to retreat to the bathroom to have a moment to herself] Compound Sentence Sandra Cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment; she had to retreat to the bathroom to have a moment

to herself. Sandra Cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment; she had to retreat to the bathroom to have a moment to herself. Sandra Cisneros lived with eight other family members in a small apartment; she had to retreat to the bathroom to have a moment to herself. Sandra Cisneros lived l al sm a

in with apartment members ily m fa r he ot t gh ei

to retreat to moment to to she had have

bathroom herself e th Week 14 concerned about the plight of migrant workers during the depression john steinbeck wrote the novel the grapes of wrath

participle preposition article noun concerned about the plight preposition adjective noun of migrant workers

preposition article Proper noun during the depression Proper noun Past tense Action verb article noun john steinbeck wrote the novel

Proper noun the grapes of wrath Object Of preposition concerned (about the plight) Adverbial prepositional phrase Participle phrase Object Of preposition (of migrant workers) adjectival prepositional phrase

Object Of preposition (during the depression) adjectival prepositional phrase subject Transitive verb Direct object john steinbeck wrote the novel appositive

the grapes of wrath Independent Clause [concerned about the plight of migrant workers during the depression john steinbeck wrote the novel the grapes of wrath] Simple sentence Concerned about the plight of migrant workers during the Depression,

John Steinbeck wrote the novel The Grapes of Wrath. Concerned about the plight of migrant workers during the Depression, John Steinbeck wrote the novel The Grapes of Wrath. John Steinbeck wrote novel (The Grapes of Wrath) e

th nc co erned t ou ab plight g rin du

of e th Depression e th workers nt ra ig m

Week 15 writing a research paper requires careful documentation of sources gerund article adjective noun present tense

action verb writing a research paper requires adjective noun careful documentation preposition noun of sources subject

object of gerund transitive verb writing a research paper requires direct object careful documentation object of preposition (of sources) adjectival prepositional phrase Independent Clause

writing a research paper requires careful documentation of sources simple sentence Writing a research paper requires careful documentation of sources. Writing a research paper requires careful documentation of sources. wri tin

g paper rch ea res a requires documentation of ref ca ul

sources Week 16 herman melville who wrote the novel moby dick once lived with cannibals in the south seas his first novel typee was written about this experience Proper noun herman melville

Reflexive pronoun Past tense article Action verb Proper noun noun who wrote the novel moby dick adverb Past tense

Action verb preposition noun once lived with cannibals preposition article 3rd person Possesive adjective pronoun Proper noun in the south seas

noun Proper noun Helping verb Action verb his first novel typee was written past preposition

adjective noun about this experience Subject 1 herman melville Subject 2 Transitive Verb 2 Appositive

Direct object who wrote the novel moby dick Transitive Verb 1 Object of preposition once lived (with cannibals) Adverbial prepositional phrase Object of preposition

(in the south seas) Adverbial prepositional phrase intransitive Verb 1 Subject 3 his first novel typee was written Object of preposition (about this experience) Adverbial prepositional phrase

Compound-complex sentence [[herman melville Adjective dependent clause [who wrote the novel moby dick] independent clause once lived with cannibals in the south seas ]] independent clause [ his first novel typee was written about this experience]

Herman Melville, who wrote the novel, Moby Dick, once lived with cannibals in the South Seas; his first novel, Typee, was written about this experience. Herman Melville, who wrote the novel Moby Dick, once lived with cannibals in the South Seas; his first novel, Typee, was written about this experience. Herman Melville lived in th wi

ce on South Seas who wrote novel (Moby Dick) the Novel (Typee) was written t

t ou ab firs his experience the cannibals thi

s Week 17 if you are planning to go to college this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships 2nd person Subordinating Nominative Helping Present tense Pronoun verb conjunction Action verb

if youre planning infinitive preposition noun to go to college Demonstrative Helping pronoun verb Linking verb article adjective noun

this would be a good time Present tense infinitive gerund preposition noun to start looking for scholarships subject

Transitive verb if youre planning Direct object/ infinitive phrase Object of preposition to go (to college) Adverbial prepositional phrase subject Intransitive verb

Predicate nominative this would be a good time Infinitive phrase Object of infinitive Object of preposition to start looking (for scholarships) Adverbial prepositional phrase [if you are planning Adverbial dependent clause

to go to college] [this would be a good time independent clause to start looking for scholarships] Complex sentence If youre planning to go to college, this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships. If youre planning to go to college, this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships.

If youre planning to go to college, this would be a good time to start looking for scholarships. to go to college you re planning If loo

this would be king time r fo to od go

a start scholarships Week 18 1 person nominative pronoun st present

tense action verb 1st person nominative relative pronoun pronoun present tense linking verb

adverb adjective i wish that i were old enough subordinating conjunction infinitive 1st person nominative pronoun adverb

participle to vote because im very concerned present tense linking verb preposition indefinite pronoun preposition

article noun about some of the issues preposition adjective Proper Adjective noun in this presidential election subject

transitive verb direct object predicate subject intransitive adjective verb i wish that i were old enough subject intransitive verb

predicate adjective to vote because im very concerned object of preposition object of preposition (about some) (of the issues) adverbial prepositional phrase adjectival prepositional phrase object of preposition

(in this presidential election) adjectival prepositional phrase independent clause noun dependent clause [i wish] [that i were old enough to vote] [because im very concerned adverb dependent clause about some of the issues in this presidential election] complex sentence

I wish that I were old enough to vote because Im very concerned about some of the issues in this Presidential election. I wish that I were old enough to vote because Im very concerned about some of the issues in this Presidential election. I wish that I were old enough to vote because Im very concerned about some of the issues in this Presidential election. I old g ou

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