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PUNCTUATION
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Working with the Dictionary (5) - focus on Punctuation
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CAPITAL LETTERS
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Punctuation Worksheet 1
Worksheet in which students are asked to punctuate sentences. Easy to use. Answer Key is provided. Hope you find it helpful. :)
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PRESENT PERFECT PRACTICE (B&W + KEY)
It´s a matching exercise to practise Present Perfect (regular & irregular verbs). First the students complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box. Then they have to match the sentences to the pictures. B&W version and KEY included. Hope U find it useful.
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Apostrophes: how to use apostrophes to show possession
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Punctuation, "THE APOSTROPHE" and "POSSESSION"
Punctuation. EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND Worksheet of the APOSTROPHE. Simple but in detail. CONTRACTIONS; POSSESSIONS; PLURALS of Alphabet Letters. NUMEROUS examples and easy exercises - Family, and Opposites - in SIX PAGES of black-and-white script. POSSESSION is FULLY EXPLAINED. Students LOVE it!
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Conjunctive Adverbs

Conjunctions join words, phrases, and clauses. Sometimes an adverb will also join two independent clauses.  We then call it a conjunctive adverb.  The following is a partial list of conjunctive adverbs:
 
accordingly            however            next                                                               
also                       indeed               nevertheless    
besides                  instead              otherwise                                                         
consequently           likewise             similarly                           
finally                    meanwhile          subsequently
futhermore             moreover           therefore
 
The sentence pattern for conjunctive adverbs that join two independent clauses is the following:
 
                                  independent clause + ; conjunctive adverb, + independent clause
                                  Carl wrote the letter; consequently, Yesenia mailed it.
                        
EXERCISE: Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
 
1. I will go therefore you can stay home. 
 
2. Ana came to the meeting however she had to leave early.
 
3. Dinosaurs are extinct otherwise we would be very afraid.
 
4. Fifty girls signed up for a prom dress finally they had to close the contest. 
    
 
5. Juan left the house subsequently he forgot his books.

 

       

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