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Saturday, April 3, 2010

Initial "v" and "b". Listen and Fill the Blanks.

"The Tragedy" by Pablo Picasso, 1903

1. What would you like for breakfast? We have cereal or and eggs.

2. I think Franklin’s Department Store is the one in Centerville.

3. I’m going to for John Black. He’s more honest than Peter Smith.

4. I didn’t understand the president’s speech last night. He was .

5. You can rent a row at Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park.

6. Although Mr. Parker is over seventy, he still has a lot of .

7. No one lives in the second floor apartment. Right now, It’s .

8. The prescribed medicine for my dog.

9. Taste this straw . Isn’t it juicy? Isn’t it delicious?

10. The Giants are San Francisco’s famous ball team.

11. Many different fruits and vegetables are grown in the San Joaquin .

12. Los Angeles used to be smaller than San Francisco, but now it’s a lot .

13. Jack burned his finger when he tried to some cookies.

14. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson have a large family. They have two girls and three

15. I on the slowest horse in the race and I lost twenty dollars.

16. If you want the flowers to stay fresh, put them in a with lots of water.

17. A teacher can lose her if she talks too much and too loudly.

18. I like this chicken dinner much. What kind of seasoning did you use?

19. The dancers of the San Francisco perform “The Nutcracker Suite.”

20. I took off my because it was too hot in the office yesterday.

21. He didn’t too much money at the horse race because he knew he could lose.

22. Our cat is fifteen years old and has health problems. We take her to the a lot.

23. This screwdriver is because we have used it too much.

24. If a room doesn’t have windows, it should have a for fresh air.

25. Gabriela plays the trombone in her high school’s marching .

26. If you need to move, it’s a good idea to rent a for small furniture and boxes.


Thursday, February 25, 2010

The Third Form Participle

"The Disquieting Muses"
by Giorgio de Chirico

The uses of the third form participle (past participle)

1. Present Perfect Tense
I've already seen that movie.

2. Past Perfect Tense
I didn't want to see that movie last night because I had already seen it

3 Passive Voice
Those patients will be seen by the doctor soon.

4. As An Adjective
This chair is broken. You shouldn't sit on it.

Here are links to the third form participle practices that we are studying in class:

Third Form Participles, a to c
Third Form Participles, c to f
Third Form Participles, f to l
Third Form Participles, l to r
Third Form Participles, r to s
Third Form Participles, s to t
Third Form Participles, t to w
Third Form Participles of Regular Verbs
Three Forms of The Verb: List

Irregular Verb Quiz #1
Irregular Verb Quiz #2
Irregular Verb Quiz #3
Irregular Verb Quiz #4

"The Transformed Dream" by Giorgio de Chirico

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