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Transcript
B2-Lesson 22
Archaeological Find
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Verbs can be active or passive. In the passive
voice the action is being done to the subject.
(3.25)
Example:
Active: The dog chases the birds.
Passive: The birds are being chased by the dog.
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Verb tense shows whether an action has already occurred, is
now occurring, or will occur in the future.
Irregular verbs are sometimes confused. (3.24)
Example:
did
have done had done will have done
went have gone had gone will have gone
spend have spent had spent will have spent
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A helping verb (auxiliary verb) is part of a verb
phrase. Common helping verbs include: be,
can, could, do, have, may, might, must, shall,
should, will, would.
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A comma is used after an introductory word
or an interjection. (5.14)
Example:
Unfortunately, she was too ill to perform in the recital.
Goodness, that class was totally out of control!
However, we decided to follow Dana’s plan anyway.
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Use an apostrophe to form the singular
possessive. (5.3)
Example:
dog’s bone
Maria’s ball
car’s color

Infinitives (“plain verbs”) use the word will to
form the future tense. (3.24)
Example:
She will have to study for her test.
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Be sure to STUDY the illustration and caption
before you read the text. Don’t forget to
analyze any facts or figures.

Be sure to use the correct homophone when
spelling the following:
are/our
where/were
Whose/who’s its/it’s
their/there/they’re
to/too/two
lose/loose
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In EIC, correct a run-on sentence by creating
two sentences. The first sentence ends in
final punctuation. The second sentence
begins with a capital letter.


An adjective and the noun or pronoun it
modifies must agree in number. (4.5)
Demonstrative adjectives include:
this/these
that/those