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W1 
 1. See and understand the rules for a, an and blank (-).
  • We use a when the next word begins with a consonant.
  • We use an when the next word begins with a vowel or vowel sound.
  • We do not use a or an before plural nouns.
1.Please fill in the blanks with a or an or leave it blank (-) when it is not needed.
 
  1.  Mr. Turtle opened  briefcase and took out  papers.
  2. Mr. Beagle sat in  sunny spot and sipped  icy lemonade.
  3. Mr. Mole lived in  underground house with  overhead fan.
2.Please place nouns from the Word Bank in the blanks.
  1. He is washing a .
  2. Jean is collecting .
  3. Yesterday, I ate an  cone.
  4. Tomorrow, I will wear a .
  5. The shaggy bear swallowed a .
  6. I used a  to write my story.
  7. He slipped on an  sidewalk.
  8. Alice flew on an  to Chicago.
  9. They live in an  on Fifth Street.
  10. The Eskimo lives in an .
 coatice cream
apartmentigloo
icypencil
rocksfish
carairplane
THIS IS THE END OF W1.
Monday, April 18th., 2016.
The spelling mistakes that you have you need to repeat them 5 times each one.