This collection of activity sheets will help your students learn how to identify strong concluding sentences, as well as the words that are typically used to introduce them. She loves her grandfather's stories. He solves crimes and catches criminals. This is Sparky's first snow. Make sure students use quotation marks and commas properly. First of all, the student store will no longer sell water pistols.
What are they going to be doing? The whole story is that the old man had faith that the tree sap would heal his eyes, and miracles only happen to people who believe in them. The Smith family was very excited about their automobile. Future Perfect Story 3 Who are they? Note that has is used when the subject is a singular noun or pronoun. They looked at every tree on the farm. Typing 80 words-per-minute, Sam finished the paper in no time. Mable Jones lives in Florida in the United States. He also teaches other kids how to play the game.
This was because Julio Mendoza, an old man with cataracts, had rubbed some of the sap of this tree into his eyes, rinsed them with water, and could see. It wasn't too fat or too skinny. Rule: A colon follows a formal salutation. They have even sailed around the Gulf of Mexico twice. I had saved money for 5 years before I booked my trip to Paris. She is baking cookies for Jacob and Abby. Roger and Melinda love to travel in their sailboat! While they were playing, the rain stopped! Future Progressive Story 3 Who are they? They will record their data.
What have they been doing? Present Perfect Story 2 Who is she? He had been working as a mechanic for 5 years before he moved to the country. She has been bringing Martha her mail every morning for 2 weeks. Having fasted for 24 hours, I licked the plate clean. Mary, Mary Beth, George, Gray, and George Gray. For example: Lisa will dance tomorrow.
Mable knits scarves and blankets to send to her grandchildren in London. I've got another case coming through on my monitor. Remember to put commas in the correct places. Future Perfect Progressive Story 4 Who is he? They danced a salsa dance. The firefighters were fighting the fire and Nate was taking pictures when the rain started.
When the ship arrives at its destination, some sailors are going to be resting. Lee Smith, a well-known designer, created this style. Past Perfect Progressive Story 4 Where was he? The children had never ridden in an automobile before their parents purchased the car. Others will be making repairs to the ship. By the time he returns, he is going to have been gone for 18 months. Grandmother has already sat down on the bench. They will have a good time in Hawaii! At this rate, he will have finished planting before it rains.
Before that night, they had never seen Dane and Emily dance. While everyone else was driving slowly, he was speeding through the streets. The birds have not come yet. He wasn't paying attention and was driving too fast when he saw the police officer. Whenever you're in doubt, of what to do, read the directions. By the time the minister finishes his sermon, the people will have been listening to him preach for over an hour.
Emily said she had never practiced so hard before! He announced the engagement to his friends. Last week Dara received Newsweek, even though she doesn't subscribe to that magazine. He is holding her on his knee. Charles and Beth enjoyed the theater. She showed her friends her ring. Actually, there is a little more to the story than that.
Moreover, some people began selfishly chipping at the twisted bark with knives, screwdrivers, and small saws. They will have paddled for many miles by the time they arrive at their destination. They are going to serve dinner and dessert. Robert protects the citizens of Atlanta. Rule: Commas set off non-restrictive phrases because they aren't necessary to make complete sentences.