Monday, November 2, 2009

Subject-Verb Quiz, Shawna Blumenschein and Jennifer Kerr

Sam the Acrobat, the most renowned performer in Canada and his brother, Billy the Fire-breather, IS/ARE touring this summer.

Everyone in Sam’s travelling circus IS/ARE practicing from sunup to sundown in preparation for the big show, which is happening in May.

Each of the performers HAVE/HAS their own special trailer, where they like to relax and plan new tricks.

Sam, along with Billy and their friend Daisy, IS/ARE excited for the show, which will be their first since the tragedy in 1956 when a tornado destroyed their tents.

Neither Sam nor Daisy ARE/IS expecting another catastrophic incident this time, because the show will be underground.

7 comments:

  1. Sam the Acrobat, the most renowned performer in Canada and his brother, Billy the Fire-breather, are touring this summer.

    Everyone in Sam’s travelling circus is practicing from sunup to sundown in preparation for the big show, which is happening in May.

    Each of the performers have their own special trailer, where they like to relax and plan new tricks.

    Sam, along with Billy and their friend Daisy, is excited for the show, which will be their first since the tragedy in 1956 when a tornado destroyed their tents.

    Neither Sam nor Daisy are expecting another catastrophic incident this time, because the show will be underground.

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  2. Sam the Acrobat, the most renowned performer in Canada and his brother, Billy the Fire-breather, IS touring this summer.

    Everyone in Sam’s travelling circus IS practicing from sunup to sundown in preparation for the big show, which is happening in May.

    Each of the performers HAS their own special trailer, where they like to relax and plan new tricks.

    Sam, along with Billy and their friend Daisy, IS excited for the show, which will be their first since the tragedy in 1956 when a tornado destroyed their tents.

    Neither Sam nor Daisy IS expecting another catastrophic incident this time, because the show will be underground.

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  3. Sam the Acrobat, the most renowned performer in Canada and his brother, Billy the Fire-breather, ARE touring this summer.

    Everyone in Sam’s travelling circus IS practicing from sunup to sundown in preparation for the big show, which is happening in May.

    Each of the performers HAS their own special trailer, where they like to relax and plan new tricks.

    Sam, along with Billy and their friend Daisy, IS excited for the show, which will be their first since the tragedy in 1956 when a tornado destroyed their tents.

    Neither Sam nor Daisy IS expecting another catastrophic incident this time, because the show will be underground.

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  5. Sam the Acrobat, the most renowned performer in Canada and his brother, Billy the Fire-breather, are touring this summer.


    Everyone in Sam’s travelling circus is practicing from sunup to sundown in preparation for the big show, which is happening in May.

    Each of the performers has their own special trailer, where they like to relax and plan new tricks.

    Sam, along with Billy and their friend Daisy, are excited for the show, which will be their first since the tragedy in 1956 when a tornado destroyed their tents.

    Neither Sam nor Daisy is expecting another catastrophic incident this time, because the show will be underground.

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  6. #1: ARE

    #2: IS

    #3: HAS

    #4: IS

    #5: IS

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  7. Four Grammatically Correct Sentences:

    1. The black and white kitten lapped up the milk that the little girl happily gave it,and then they played together. (ant-kitten. pronoun-it)

    2. When I was a child my family always opened up their Christmas gifts on Christmas eve; although, the adults were always intoxicated and the kids were always high on candy canes and Santa Clause dreams.(ant-family. pronoun-their)

    3. The robotic dinosaur rampaged the small mountainous town of Kimberley BC, but fortunately no accordion players or yodelers were harmed when it collapsed in the Bavarian inspired platzl. (ant-dinosaur. pronoun-it)

    4. My older brother Paul tampered with my red ten-speed bicycle when I was twelve, and he laughed hysterically as I screamed obscenities and insults at him all the way down the hilled road by the bus-stop. (ant-Paul. Pronoun-he)

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