Day 1 Daily Oral Language



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Daily Oral Language

  • Review Daily
  • You need to be able to explain why a word is changed in every sentence.

Day 1 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. her’s was the most clearest essay of all.
  • b. which of the two actors were best for the role

Day 1 – *Correct Answers

  • a. her’s was the most clearest essay of all.
  • *Hers was the clearest essay of all.
  • b. which of the two actors were best for the role
  • *Which of the two actors was better for the role?

Day 2 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. john F. Kennedy ask robert Frost a popular poet
  • to participate in the presidential inauguration
  • ceramony
  • b. in a poem that rimes the repeated sounds ofen
  • occurs at the ends of the lines

Day 2 - *Correct Answers

  • a. john F. Kennedy ask robert Frost a popular poet
  • to participate in the presidential inauguration
  • ceramony
  • *John F. Kennedy asked Robert Frost, a popular poet,
  • to participate in the presidential inauguration
  • ceremony.
  • b. in a poem that rimes the repeated sounds ofen
  • occurs at the ends of the lines
  • *In a poem that rhymes, the repeated sounds often
  • occur at the ends of the lines.

Day 3 - Daily Oral Language

  • 3. a. please anser the door marguerite her
  • Granmother requested
  • b. do you think wondered Mrs Flowers that
  • marguerite would speak if i asked her to
  • read out loud

Day 3 - *Correct Answers

  • 3. a. please anser the door marguerite her
  • Granmother requested
  • *“Please answer the door, Marguerite,” her
  • grandmother requested.
  • b. do you think wondered Mrs Flowers that
  • marguerite would speak if i asked her to
  • read out loud
  • “Do you think,” wondered Mrs. Flowers, that
  • Marguerite would speak if I asked her to read
  • out loud?”

Day 4 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. its wonderfull to feel liked and appreciated by
  • someone whose importent to you
  • b. im sure that maya angelous autobiographical
  • story is about a young girl who’s name is
  • marguerite

Day 4 - *Correct Answers

  • a. its wonderfull to feel liked and appreciated by
  • someone whose importent to you
  • *It’s wonderful to feel liked and appreciated by
  • someone who’s important to you.
  • b. im sure that maya angelous autobigraphical
  • story is about a young girl who’s name is
  • marguerite
  • *I’m sure that Maya Angelou’s autobiographical
  • story is about a young girl whose name is
  • Marguerite.

Day 5 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. alfonso would of use his own bike if its chane
  • hadnt broke
  • b. because alfonsos brother had lent him a bike
  • alfonso gone on his date afterall

Day 5 - Answers

  • a. alfonso would of use his own bike if its chane
  • hadnt broke
  • Alfonso would have used his own bike if its
  • chain hadn’t broken.
  • b. because alfonsos brother had lent him a bike
  • alfonso gone on his date afterall
  • Because Alfonso’s brother had lent him a bike,
  • Alfonso went on his first date after all.

Day 6 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. toni cade Bambara trys to make her
  • character’s realistick
  • b. many writers base thier storys on things that
  • happenn to them in real live

Day 6 - *Answers

  • a. toni cade Bambara trys to make her
  • character’s realistick
  • *Toni Cade Bambara tries to make her
  • characters realistic.
  • b. many writers base thier storys on things
  • that happenn to them in real live
  • Many writers base their stories on things
  • that happen to them in real life.

Day 7 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. no Charlie didnt know nothing about those
  • psychologicle test
  • b. as charlies wellth increased he learn some
  • hard lesson about people

Day 7 - *Answers

  • a. no Charlie didnt know nothing about those
  • psychologicle test
  • * No, Charlie didn’t know anything about
  • those psycological tests.
  • b. as charlies wellth increased he learn some
  • hard lesson about people
  • * As Charlie’s wealth increased, he learned
  • some hard lessons about people.

Day 8 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. do you think gary new that his friends was
  • laffing at him our english teacher inquiried
  • b. the factry worker’s werent awear of pauls
  • opperation

Day 8 - *Answers

  • a. do you think gary new that his friends was
  • laffing at him our english teacher inquiried
  • “Do you think Gary knew that his friends
  • were laughing at him?” our English teacher
  • inquired.
  • b. the factry worker’s werent awear of pauls
  • operation
  • The factory workers weren’t aware of Paul’s
  • operation.

Day 9 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. them shoes dont fit him but he wears them
  • any way
  • b. charlie finish the long complicated book
  • all by hisself

Day 9 - *Answers

  • a. them shoes dont fit him but he wears them
  • any way
  • * Those shoes don’t fit him, but he wears
  • them anyway.
  • b. charlie finish the long complicated book
  • all by hisself
  • * Charlie finished the long, complicated
  • book all by himself.

Day 10 - *Answers

  • 10 a. him dont go nowhere without his sister
  • b. susan never do nothing her dont want to
  • do

Day 10 - Daily Oral Language

  • 10 a. him dont go nowhere without his sister
  • He doesn’t go anywhere without his
  • sister.
  • b. susan never do nothing her dont want to
  • do
  • Susan never does anything she doesn’t
  • want to do.

Day 11 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. greg heared somebody or something moving
  • inside of the abandonned building
  • b. him and lemon brown hided from the thugs

Day 11 - *Answers

  • a. greg heared somebody or something moving
  • inside of the abandonned building
  • *Greg heard somebody or something moving
  • inside the abandoned building.
  • b. him and lemon brown hided from the thugs
  • *He and Lemon Brown hid from the thugs.

Day 12 - Daily Oral Language

  • 12 a. its true that math wasnt one of his favorite
  • subject
  • b. lightening litted up the new york nite

Day 12 - *Answers

  • 12 a. its true that math wasnt one of his favorite
  • subject
  • *It’s true that math wasn’t one of his favorite
  • subjects.
  • b. lightening litted up the new york nite
  • *Lightning lit up the New York night.

Day 13 - Daily Oral Language

  • 13 a. walter dean myers who writes novels and
  • short stories believes that television isnt
  • a good influence on kids
  • b. nobody wouldn’t want to steel his old
  • newspaper articals melissa said

Day 13 - *Answers

  • 13 a. walter dean myers who writes novels and
  • short stories believes that television isnt
  • a good influence on kids
  • *Walter Dean Myers, who writes novels and
  • short stories, believes that television isn’t
  • a good influence on kids.
  • b. nobody wouldn’t want to steel his old
  • newspaper articals melissa said
  • “Nobody would want to steal his old
  • newspaper articles,” Melissa said.

Day 14 - Daily Oral Language

  • 14 a. our guide lead my sister and i to the town
  • where edna st vincent millay is born
  • b. leroy V quintanas grandfather possessed
  • wisdom a quality that can’t be teached
  • in college

Day 14 - *Answers

  • 14 a. our guide lead my sister and i to the town
  • where edna st vincent millay is born
  • *Our guide led my sister and me to the town
  • where Edna St. Vincent Millay was born.
  • b. leroy V quintanas grandfather possessed
  • wisdom a quality that can’t be teached
  • in college
  • *Leroy V. Quintana’s grandfather possessed
  • wisdom, a quality that can’t be taught in
  • college.

Day 15 - Daily Oral Language

  • 15 a. can courage be past from one generation
  • to another
  • b. millay beleives that material treasures are
  • worth alot less then youd think

Day 15 - *Answers

  • 15 a. can courage be past from one generation
  • to another
  • Can courage be passed from one generation
  • to another?
  • b. millay beleives that material treasures are
  • worth alot less then youd think
  • Millay believes that material treasures are
  • worth a lot less than you’d think.

Day 16 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. niether english or spanish are hard if its
  • your native tonge
  • b. every language have their own rithim

Day 16 - *Answers

  • a. niether english or spanish are hard if its
  • your native tonge
  • *Neither English nor Spanish is hard if it’s
  • your native tongue.
  • b. every language have their own rithim
  • *Every language has its own rhythm.

Day 17 - Daily Oral Language

Day 17 - *Answers

  • a. there wasnt nothing boring about the
  • tails grandpa told
  • *There wasn’t anything boring about the
  • tales Grandpa told.
  • b. the childrens sioux Great-Grandpa feel that
  • theres a rite time for everything
  • The children’s Sioux great-grandpa feels
  • that there’s a right time for everything.

Day 18 - Daily Oral Language

  • a. the sacred medicine bag had belonged to
  • Joes father so it must of ben quiet old
  • b. take grandma back here from taiwan
  • her mother said

Day 18 - *Answers

  • a. the sacred medicine bag had belonged to
  • Joes father so it must of ben quiet old
  • *The sacred medicine bag had belonged to
  • Joe’s father, so it must have been quite old.
  • b. take grandma back here from taiwan
  • her mother said
  • “Bring Grandma back here from Taiwan,”
  • her mother said.

Day 19 - Daily Oral Language

  • 19. a. he growed a moustache to make hisself
  • look older and he succeded too good
  • b. that visit wasnt the bestest time mike
  • had ever had

Day 19 - *Answers

  • 19. a. he growed a moustache to make hisself
  • look older and he succeded too good
  • *He grew a moustache to make himself look
  • older, and he succeeded too well.
  • b. that visit wasnt the bestest time mike
  • had ever had
  • *That visit wasn’t the best time Mike had
  • ever had.

Day 20 - Daily Oral Language

  • 20. a. was mike right in excepting his
  • Grandmothers apology
  • b. wheres the story set at

Day 20 - *Answers

  • 20. a. was mike right in excepting his
  • Grandmothers apology
  • *Was Mike right in accepting his
  • grandmother’s apology?
  • b. wheres the story set at
  • Where’s the story set?

Day 21 - Daily Oral Language

  • 21. a. dave had went to the City of Bath from
  • london
  • b. he reconized the names of old freinds

Day 21 - *Answers

  • 21. a. dave had went to the City of Bath from
  • london
  • Dave had gone to the city of Bath from
  • London.
  • b. he reconized the names of old freinds
  • He recognized the names of old friends.

Day 22 - Daily Oral Language

  • 22. a. 17 isn’t to young an age too get a job
  • b. he piered threw the window of the
  • resterant

Day 22 - *Answers

  • 22. a. 17 isn’t to young an age too get a job
  • *Seventeen isn’t too young an age to get
  • a job.
  • b. he piered threw the window of the
  • resterant
  • *He peered through the window of the
  • restaurant.

Day 23 - Daily Oral Language

  • 23. a. hair combing being a gift woman in her
  • family given each other

Day 23 - *Answers

  • 23. a. hair combing being a gift woman in her
  • family given each other
  • *Hair combing is a gift women in her
  • family give each other.

Day 24 - Daily Oral Language

  • 24. a. dreadful nervous, the narrater in the
  • “Tell-Tale heart” heard sounds that
  • others couldn’t hear
  • b. he moved slow and cautious into that
  • there room

Day 24 – *Answers

  • 24. a. dreadful nervous, the narrater in the
  • “Tell-Tale heart” heard sounds that
  • others couldn’t hear
  • *Dreadfully nervous, the narrator in
  • “The Tell-Tale Heart” heard sounds that
  • others couldn’t hear.
  • b. he moved slow and cautious into that
  • there room
  • He moved slowly and cautiously into that
  • room.

Day 25 - Daily Oral Language

  • 25. a. edgar allan poe the famous poet and
  • short-story writer was not payed good
  • for his work
  • b. the suspensefull plot builded to a
  • sattisfying climax

Day 25 - *Answers

  • 25. a. edgar allan poe the famous poet and
  • short-story writer was not payed good
  • for his work
  • * Edgar Allan Poe, the famous poet and
  • short-story writer, was not paid well
  • for his work.
  • b. the suspensefull plot builded to a
  • sattisfying climax
  • *The suspenseful plot built to a
  • satisfying climax.

Day 26 - Daily Oral Language

  • 26. a. do ray bradbury’s story make a statement
  • onto today’s society
  • b. sceince fiction writers offen set storys on the
  • future and in other planets

Day 26 - Daily Oral Language

  • 26. a. do ray bradbury’s story make a statement
  • onto today’s society
  • * Does Ray Bradbury’s story make a statement
  • about today’s society?
  • b. sceince fiction writers offen set storys on the
  • future and in other planets
  • * Science fiction writers often set stories in the
  • future and on other planets.

Day 27 - Daily Oral Language

  • 27. a. an inner story is when another story is told
  • by a character within the main story
  • b. zenta was the oldest of the two
  • disemployed workers!

Day 27 - Daily Oral Language

  • 27. a. an inner story is when another story is told
  • by a character within the main story
  • An inner story is another story told
  • by a character within the main story.
  • b. zenta was the oldest of the two
  • disemployed workers!
  • Zenta was the older of the two
  • unemployed workers.

Day 28 - Daily Oral Language

  • 28.
  • a. was you disappointed that him and the Samurai
  • Warrior wasn’t actully asleep for fifety years
  • b. him and his boss was angry yet releived

Day 28 - Daily Oral Language

  • 28.
  • a. was you disappointed that him and the Samurai
  • Warrior wasn’t actully asleep for fifety years
  • Were you disappointed that he and the samurai
  • warrior weren’t actually asleep for fifty years?
  • b. him and his boss was angry yet releived
  • He and his boss were angry yet relieved.

Day 29 - Daily Oral Language

  • 29.
  • in the 16th Century in japan wealthy people often
  • hire freelance warriors to protect themselves
  • while Framton Nuttel waited, vera gave him a
  • compleat history of her family

Day 29 - Daily Oral Language

  • 29.
  • in the 16th Century in japan wealthy people often
  • hire freelance warriors to protect themselves
  • In the sixteenth century in Japan, wealthy people often hired freelance warriors to protect them.
  • while Framton Nuttel waited, vera gave him a
  • compleat history of her family
  • While Framton Nuttel waited, Vera gave him a
  • complete history of her family.

Day 30 - Daily Oral Language

  • 30.
  • the antidotes harold tells show that he has a
  • goodly sense of humor
  • even though his humor is good he gets anoyed
  • by peoples insensitivity

Day 30 - Daily Oral Language

  • 30.
  • the antidotes harold tells show that he has a
  • goodly sense of humor
  • The anecdotes Harold tells show that he has
  • a good sense of humor.
  • even though his humor is good he gets anoyed
  • by peoples insensitivity
  • Even though his sense of humor is good, he
  • is annoyed by people’s insensitivity.

Day 31 - Daily Oral Language

  • 31.
  • a. no doctor couldn’t save the rich mans eye’s
  • sight
  • No doctor could save the rich man’s eyesight.
  • the old peddlars wife and children wasn’t happy
  • when he went away
  • The old peddler’s wife and children weren’t
  • happy when he went away.

Day 31 - Daily Oral Language

  • 31.
  • a. no doctor couldn’t save the rich mans eye’s
  • sight
  • the old peddlars wife and children wasn’t happy
  • when he went away

Day 32 - Daily Oral Language

  • 32.
  • a. did the water level raise the teacher ask

Day 32 - Daily Oral Language

  • 32.
  • a. did the water level raise the teacher ask
  • “Did the water level rise?” the teacher asked.

Day 33 - Daily Oral Language

  • 33.
  • a. since we share this environment you and me
  • must work together
  • like the peddler in the folk tale, gary paulsen
  • learnt wisdom from animals

Day 33 - Daily Oral Language

  • 33.
  • a. since we share this environment you and me
  • must work together
  • Since we share this environment, you and I
  • must work together.
  • like the peddler in the folk tale, gary paulsen
  • learnt wisdom from animals
  • Like the peddler in the folk tale, Gary Paulsen
  • learned wisdom from animals.

Day 34 - Daily Oral Language

Day 34 - Daily Oral Language

  • 34.
  • a. his dogs was too tirred too run
  • His dogs were too tired to run.
  • the water in the cup had froze
  • The water in the cup had frozen.

Day 35 - Daily Oral Language

  • 35.
  • a. yesterday birdfoots grandfather stopped his car
  • and saves much frogs lives
  • b. along time ago my Father braked his leg

Day 35 - Daily Oral Language

  • 35.
  • a. yesterday birdfoots grandfather stopped his car
  • and saves much frogs lives
  • Yesterday Birdfoot’s grandfather stopped his car
  • and saved many frogslives.
  • along time ago my Father braked his leg
  • A long time ago my father broke his leg.

Day 36 - Daily Oral Language

  • 36.
  • a. the Iditarod are a famous dog-sled race at Alaska
  • b. where’s them dogs at

Day 36 - Daily Oral Language

  • 36.
  • a. the Iditarod are a famous dog-sled race at Alaska
  • The Iditarod is a famous dog-sled race in Alaska.
  • where’s them dogs at
  • Where are those dogs?

Day 37 - Daily Oral Language

  • 37.
  • a. dolphins is not fish they are mammals
  • b. are dolphins more smarter then chimpanzees

Day 37 - Daily Oral Language

  • 37.
  • a. dolphins is not fish they are mammals
  • Dolphins are not fish; they are mammals.
  • are dolphins more smarter then chimpanzees
  • Are dolphins smarter than chimpanzees?

Day 38 - Daily Oral Language

  • 38.
  • a. if you were a dolphin would you talked to human
  • beins
  • b. anyone which is a vegetarian don’t eat meat

Day 38 - Daily Oral Language

  • 38.
  • a. if you were a dolphin would you talked to human
  • beins
  • If you were a dolphin, would you talk to human
  • beings?
  • anyone which is a vegetarian don’t eat meat
  • Anyone who is a vegetarian doesn’t eat meat.

Day 39 - Daily Oral Language

  • 39.
  • a. there’s many books magazines newspapers and
  • computers in you’re school libery
  • on weekdays during the school year us students
  • wake up early

Day 39 - Daily Oral Language

  • 39.
  • a. there’s many books magazines newspapers and
  • computers in you’re school libery
  • There are many books, magazines, newspapers,
  • and computers in your school library.
  • on weekdays during the school year us students
  • wake up early
  • On weekdays during the school year, we students
  • wake up early.

Day 40 - Daily Oral Language

  • 40.
  • a. jamal forgetted his pencils again so he loaned
  • some from rita and i
  • a poet from Laguna Pueblo teachs Writing at
  • the university of New Mexico

Day 40 - Daily Oral Language

  • 40.
  • a. jamal forgetted his pencils again so he loaned
  • some from rita and i
  • Jamal forgot his pencils again, so he borrowed
  • some from Rita and me.
  • a poet from Laguna Pueblo teachs Writing at
  • the university of New Mexico
  • A poet from Laguna Pueblo teaches writing at
  • the University of New Mexico.

Day 41 - Daily Oral Language

  • 41.
  • a. whose that pets owner
  • b. whose pet is inside of mr hart room

Day 41 - Daily Oral Language

  • 41.
  • a. whose that pets owner
  • Who’s that pet’s owner?
  • whose pet is inside of mr hart room
  • Whose pet is in Mr. Hart’s room?

Day 42 - Daily Oral Language

  • 42.
  • a. we are not fighting shouted mr O’Daniel we are
  • having a discussion
  • “we have potatoes for diner tonite mary
  • announced cheerful

Day 42 - Daily Oral Language

  • 42.
  • a. we are not fighting shouted mr O’Daniel we are
  • having a discussion
  • “we have potatos for diner tonite mary
  • announced cheerful

Day 42 - Daily Oral Language

  • 42.
  • a. we are not fighting shouted mr O’Daniel we are
  • having a discussion
  • “We are not fighting!” shouted Mr. O’Daniel. “We
  • are having a discussion.”
  • “we have potatos for diner tonite mary
  • announced cheerful
  • “We have potatoes for dinner tonight,” Mary
  • announced cheerfully.

Day 43 - Daily Oral Language

  • 43.
  • a. the family eat at 630 PM
  • daniel who turn sixteen in june is a only child

Day 43 - Daily Oral Language

  • 43.
  • a. the family eat at 630 PM
  • The family eats at 6:30 P.M.
  • daniel who turn sixteen in june is a only child
  • Daniel, who turns sixteen in June, is an only child.

Day 44 - Daily Oral Language

  • 44.
  • a. her and her mother doesnt understand each
  • other good
  • does most people hide thier diarys
  • somewheres

Day 44 - Daily Oral Language

  • 44.
  • a. her and her mother doesnt understand each
  • other good
  • She and her mother don’t understand each
  • other well.
  • does most people hide their diarys
  • somewheres
  • Do most people hide their diaries somewhere?

Day 45 - Daily Oral Language

  • 45.
  • a. sit down please mr franklin said quieter
  • mrs franklin divides theyre portions fair

Day 45 - Daily Oral Language

  • 45.
  • a. sit down please mr franklin said quieter
  • “Sit down, please,” Mr. Franklin said quietly.
  • mrs franklin divides theyre portions fair
  • Mrs. Franklin divides their portions fairly.

Day 46 - Daily Oral Language

  • 46.
  • a. the book with the stripe cover is her’s
  • peter put hisself in his fathers position and
  • feeled embarassed for he

Day 46 - Daily Oral Language

  • 46.
  • a. the book with the stripe cover is her’s
  • The book with the striped cover is hers.
  • peter put hisself in his fathers position and
  • feeled embarassed for he
  • Peter put himself in his father’s position and
  • felt embarrassed for him.

Day 47 - Daily Oral Language

  • 47.
  • a. during world war 2 the nazis orderred all jewish
  • people to sow yellow Stars of David on theyre
  • cloths
  • Hanukkah a festive jewish holliday lasts eigt
  • days

Day 47 - Daily Oral Language

  • 47.
  • a. during world war 2 the nazis orderred all jewish
  • people to sow yellow Stars of David on theyre
  • cloths
  • During World War II the Nazis ordered all Jewish
  • people to sew yellow Stars of David on their
  • clothes.
  • Hanukkah a festive jewish holliday lasts eigt
  • days
  • Hanukkah, a festive Jewish holiday, lasts eight days.

Day 48 - Daily Oral Language

  • 48.
  • a. that coat must of costed a fortune
  • mr kraler and gary they works downstairs

Day 48 - Daily Oral Language

  • 48.
  • a. that coat must of costed a fortune
  • That coat must have cost a fortune.
  • mr kraler and gary they works downstairs
  • Mr. Kraler and Gary work downstairs.

Day 49 - Daily Oral Language

  • 49.
  • a. the play the diary of anne frank opened on
  • broadway in 1955 – just a deccade after its
  • real-life herone dies
  • The play The Diary of Anne Frank opened on Broadway in 1955 – just a decade after its
  • real-life heroine died.

Day 49 - Daily Oral Language

  • 49.
  • a. the play the diary of anne frank opened on
  • broadway in 1955 – just a deccade after its
  • real-life herone dies

Day 50 - Daily Oral Language

  • 50.
  • i heard where a reporter interviewed naomi’s
  • grandmother which is a survivor of the
  • holocaust in europe
  • she pored tea for her visitor, but didnt offer
  • him no cake

Day 50 - Daily Oral Language

  • 50.
  • i heard where a reporter interviewed naomi’s
  • grandmother which is a survivor of the
  • holocaust in europe
  • I heard that a reporter interviewed Naomi’s
  • grandmother, who is a survivor of the
  • Holocuast in Europe.
  • she pored tea for her visitor, but didnt offer
  • him no cake
  • She poured tea for her visitor but didn’t offer him any cake.

Day 51 - Daily Oral Language

  • 51.
  • juan saw a scary monster that was fourty four
  • foot tall
  • b. at what heighth do you want them bookshelfs

Day 51 - Daily Oral Language

  • 51.
  • juan saw a scary monster that was fourty four
  • foot tall
  • Juan saw a scary monster that was forty-four
  • feet tall.
  • at what heighth do you want them bookshelfs
  • At what height do you want those bookshelves?

Day 52 - Daily Oral Language

  • 52.
  • marisa’s only sister jasmine is as cureous as a
  • Cat
  • b. what a relief! jackie exlamed

Day 52 - Daily Oral Language

  • 52.
  • marisa’s only sister jasmine is as cureous as a
  • Cat
  • Marisa’s only sister, Jasmine, is as curious as a
  • cat.
  • what a relief! jackie exlamed
  • “What a relief!” Jackie exclaimed.

Day 53 - Daily Oral Language

  • 53.
  • ms jackson stared at leslies messy desk in
  • unbelief
  • “of all the students in the eigth grade, she said,
  • david is the less noisier”

Day 53 - Daily Oral Language

  • 53.
  • ms jackson stared at leslies messy desk in
  • unbelief
  • Ms. Jackson stared at Leslie’s messy desk in
  • disbelief.
  • “of all the students in the eigth grade, she said,
  • david is the less noisier”
  • “Of all the students in the eighth grade,” she said,
  • “David is the least noisy.”

Day 54 - Daily Oral Language

  • 54.
  • everyone know that ebenezer dorset is the most
  • wealthiest most stingiest and most meanest person
  • in town
  • its coldest in the artic than the tropics

Day 54 - Daily Oral Language

  • 54.
  • everyone know that ebenezer dorset is the most
  • wealthiest most stingiest and most meanest person
  • in town
  • Everyone knows that Ebenezer Dorset is the
  • wealthiest, most stingiest, and meanest person
  • in town.
  • its coldest in the artic than the tropics
  • It’s colder in the Arctic than in the tropics.

Day 55 - Daily Oral Language

  • 55.
  • in a period of only 10 minutes bill and joe finish the
  • inventory last night
  • the criminals stealed $2 million but were catched
  • immedately

Day 55 - Daily Oral Language

  • 55.
  • in a period of only 10 minutes bill and joe finish the
  • inventory last night
  • In a period of only ten minutes, Bill and Joe finished the
  • inventory last night.
  • the criminals stealed $2 million but were catched
  • immedately
  • The criminals stole two million dollars but were caught
  • immediately.

Day 56 - Daily Oral Language

  • 56.
  • her and julius lester the writer was born in missouri
  • you and me don’t hardly have enough time to finish
  • her job
  • * Do Academic Log if your done before we start correcting whole group!

Day 56 - Daily Oral Language

  • 56.
  • her and julius lester the writer was born in missouri
  • She and Julius Lester, the writer, were born in Missouri.
  • you and me don’t hardly have enough time to finish
  • her job
  • You and I don’t have enough time to finish the job.
  • * Do Academic Log if your done before we start correcting whole group!

Day 57 - Daily Oral Language

  • 57.
  • rhythm isnt the same as ryme veronica
  • mitchell can you give the class an example of a ryme
  • sceme
  • * Read IBD and mark the text if your done before we start correcting whole group!

Day 57 - Daily Oral Language

  • 57.
  • rhythm isnt the same as ryme veronica
  • Rhythm isn’t the same as rhyme, Veronica.
  • mitchell can you give the class an example of a ryme
  • sceme
  • Mitchell, can you give the class an example of a rhyme
  • scheme?
  • * Do Academic Log if your done before we start correcting whole group!

Day 58 - Daily Oral Language

Day 58 - Daily Oral Language

  • 58.
  • in those boxs is crazy qilts and other specail things
  • In those boxes are crazy quilts and other special things.
  • bread butter and milk is all i need
  • Bread, butter, and milk are all I need.

Day 59 - Daily Oral Language

  • 59.
  • at the public libery where she formerly work, jackie
  • torrence enertained children by telling storys
  • her bestest frend talked her into bying that peace of
  • jewlry for twenty-five dollar
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 59 - Daily Oral Language

  • 59.
  • at the public libery where she formerly work, jackie
  • torrence enertained children by telling storys
  • At the public library where she formerly worked, Jackie
  • Torrence entertained children by telling stories.
  • her bestest frend talked her into bying that peace of
  • jewlry for twenty-five dollar
  • Her best friend talked her into buying that piece of
  • jewelry for twenty-five dollars.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 60 - Daily Oral Language

  • 60.
  • johnny a boy with freckels and red hair lives at
  • alabama
  • somebody should learn charles some manners mrs
  • yee said at her neibor
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 60 - Daily Oral Language

  • 60.
  • johnny a boy with freckels and red hair lives at
  • alabama
  • Johnny, a boy with freckles and red hair, lives in
  • Alabama.
  • somebody should learn charles some manners mrs
  • yee said at her neibor
  • “Somebody should teach Charles some manners,” Mrs.
  • Yee said to her neighbor.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 61 - Daily Oral Language

  • 61.
  • a well-nown orater, daniel webster had gave many
  • rememberable speechs
  • altho he had spoke eloquent, nobody believed he
  • would beat his oponent
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 61 - Daily Oral Language

  • 61.
  • a well-nown orater, daniel webster had gave many
  • rememberable speechs
  • A well-known orator, Daniel Webster gave many
  • memorable speeches.
  • altho he had spoke eloquent, nobody believed he
  • would beat his oponent
  • Although he had spoken eloquently, nobody believed he
  • would beat his opponent.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 62 - Daily Oral Language

  • 62.
  • i just want to go back the womans brother protested
  • to many people had risked them lives for her
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 62 - Daily Oral Language

  • 62.
  • i just want to go back the womans brother protested
  • “I just want to go back,” the woman’s brother protested.
  • to many people had risked them lives for her
  • Too many people had risked their lives for her.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 63 - Daily Oral Language

  • 63.
  • the Man Who Shot Liberty Valance a story by dorothy
  • m johnson was made into a popular film
  • the group sleeped during the day and travel at nite
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 63 - Daily Oral Language

  • 63.
  • the Man Who Shot Liberty Valance a story by dorothy
  • m johnson was made into a popular film
  • “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance,” a story by Dorothy
  • M. Johnson, was made into a popular film.
  • the group sleeped during the day and travel at nite
  • The group slept during the day and traveled at night.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 64 - Daily Oral Language

  • 64.
  • here is an apple and some peachs for your journy
  • the jury of 12 villans in that story were frightning to
  • many readers
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 64 - Daily Oral Language

  • 64.
  • here is an apple and some peachs for your journy
  • Here are an apple and some peaches for your journey.
  • the jury of 12 villans in that story were frightning to
  • many readers
  • The jury of twelve villains in that story was frightening
  • to many readers.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 65 - Daily Oral Language

  • 65.
  • like many of henry wadsworth longfellows poems Paul
  • Reveres Ride was inspired by real people and events
  • weather found in greeting cards songs or poems rythm
  • comes from the paterning of elements
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 65 - Daily Oral Language

  • 65.
  • like many of henry wadsworth longfellows poems Paul
  • Reveres Ride was inspired by real people and events
  • Like many of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poems,
  • Paul Revere’s Ridewas inpired by real people and events.
  • weather found in greeting cards songs or poems rythm
  • comes from the paterning of elements
  • Whether found in greeting cards, songs, or poems, rhythm
  • comes from the patterning of elements.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 66 - Daily Oral Language

  • 66.
  • if all sentences are the same lenth the affect can be
  • monotanis and boring
  • the hungary sparrows chirrped because there wasn’t
  • no food left
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 66 - Daily Oral Language

  • 66.
  • if all sentences are the same lenth the affect can be
  • monotanis and boring
  • If all sentences are the same length, the effect can be
  • monotonous and boring.
  • the hungary sparrows chirrped because there wasn’t
  • no food left
  • The hungry sparrows chirped because there was
  • no food left.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 67 - Daily Oral Language

  • 67.
  • free verse is a type of poetry that don’t ryme
  • mary and me was worryed that the mushroom would
  • be poisinous
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 67 - Daily Oral Language

  • 67.
  • free verse is a type of poetry that don’t ryme
  • Free verse is a type of poetry that doesn’t rhyme.
  • mary and me was worryed that the mushroom would
  • be poisinous
  • Mary and I worried that the mushroom would
  • be poisonous.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 68 - Daily Oral Language

  • 68.
  • leroys argument was gooder than jakes
  • not one of the lawyers appeals were sucessful
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 68 - Daily Oral Language

  • 68.
  • leroys argument was gooder than jakes
  • Leroy’s argument was better than Jake’s.
  • not one of the lawyers appeals were sucessful
  • Not one of the lawyer’s appeals was successful.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 69 - Daily Oral Language

  • 69.
  • how is toby and sarah going to excape
  • cerial are there favorate breakfuss food
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 69 - Daily Oral Language

  • 69.
  • how is toby and sarah going to excape
  • How are Toby and Sarah going to escape?
  • cerial are there favorate breakfuss food
  • Cereal is their favorite breakfast food.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 70 - Daily Oral Language

  • 70.
  • gregory the grate and his assistent will perform a majic
  • show at the comunnity center on satursday
  • fans who saw Casey at bat was probably disapointed by
  • their hero
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 70 - Daily Oral Language

  • 70.
  • gregory the grate and his assistent will perform a majic
  • show at the comunnity center satursday
  • Gregory the Great and his assistant will perform a magic
  • show at the community center on Saturday.
  • fans who saw Casey at bat was probably disapointed by
  • their hero
  • Fans who saw Casey at bat were probably disappointed
  • by their hero.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 71 - Daily Oral Language

  • 71.
  • president lincoln gave a speech in gettysburg PA on
  • Nov. 19 1863
  • the emancipation proclaimation lead to the adopting
  • of the 13th amendment, which outlawed slavery
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 71 - Daily Oral Language

  • 71.
  • president lincoln gave a speech in gettysburg PA on
  • Nov. 19 1863
  • President Lincoln gave a speech in Gettysburg,
  • Pennsylvania, on November 19, 1863.
  • the emancipation proclaimation lead to the adopting
  • of the 13th amendment, which outlawed slavery
  • The Emancipation Proclamation led to the adoption
  • of the Thirteenth Amendment, which outlawed slavery.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 72 - Daily Oral Language

  • 72.
  • 87 is another way of saying fore score and seven
  • part of the battelfield became a cematary
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 72 - Daily Oral Language

  • 72.
  • 87 is another way of saying fore score and seven
  • Eighty-seven is another way of saying four score and
  • seven.
  • part of the battelfield became a cematary
  • Part of the battlefield became a cemetery.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 73 - Daily Oral Language

  • 73.
  • dr. martin luther king jr was assasinated abraham
  • lincoln was killed also
  • its easier to use many words then being brief and too
  • the point
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 73 - Daily Oral Language

  • 73.
  • dr. martin luther king jr was assasinated abraham
  • lincoln was killed also
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated; Abraham
  • Lincoln was killed also.
  • its easier to use many words then being brief and too
  • the point
  • It’s easier to use many words than to be brief and to
  • the point.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 74 - Daily Oral Language

  • 74.
  • maria speak spanish and english however her brother
  • knows three languages english spanish and french
  • *If done early, study vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!!!

Day 74 - Daily Oral Language

  • 74.
  • maria speak spanish and english however her brother
  • knows three languages english spanish and french
  • Maria speaks Spanish and English; however, her brother
  • knows three languagues: English, Spanish, and French.
  • neither are ready
  • Neither is ready.
  • *If done early, do academic log or study vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!!!

Day 75 - Daily Oral Language

  • 75.
  • him and roberto was sharing a room for the summer
  • each of the children read the book a woman called
  • moses
  • *Read IBD, mark it, and then summarize if done early.

Day 75 - Daily Oral Language

  • 75.
  • him and roberto was sharing a room for the summer
  • He and Roberto were sharing a room for the summer.
  • each of the children read the book a woman called
  • moses
  • Each of the children read the book A Woman Called
  • Moses.
  • *If done early, do academic log or study vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!!!

Day 76 - Daily Oral Language

  • 76.
  • will there be enuff beans and rice for everbody asked
  • Ms Moore
  • i spended a hundred dollar for this here giutar
  • daniel said
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 76 - Daily Oral Language

  • 76.
  • will there be enuff beans and rice for everbody asked
  • Ms Moore
  • “Will there be enough beans and rice for everybody?”
  • asked Ms. Moore.
  • i spended a hundred dollar for this here giutar
  • daniel said
  • “I spent a hundred dollars for this guitar,”
  • Daniel said.
  • *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 77 - Daily Oral Language

  • 77.
  • pat who was rased on a sioux reservation studys
  • american indian foke art
  • whom creates stereotypes
  • *IBD if done early!!!

Day 77 - Daily Oral Language

  • 77.
  • pat who was rased on a sioux reservation studys
  • american indian foke art
  • Pat, who was raised on a Sioux reservation, studies
  • American Indian folk art.
  • whom creates stereotypes
  • Who creates stereotypes?
  • *IBD if done early!!!

Day 78 - Daily Oral Language

  • 78.
  • there apartement consisted of one long bleak room
  • with a single window
  • with jeffrey and tommy monica have started a
  • magizine
  • *If you finish early, study vocabulary terms or Holt Handbook.

Day 78 - Daily Oral Language

  • 78.
  • there apartement consisted of one long bleak room
  • with a single window
  • Their apartment consisted of one long, bleak room
  • with a single window.
  • with jeffrey and tommy monica have started a
  • magizine
  • With Jeffrey and Tommy, Monica has started a
  • magazine.
  • *If you finish early, you need to do your academic log or study the vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!

Day 79 - Daily Oral Language

  • 79.
  • josephine told diane i was so inspired by the haiku
  • we read in class that i went home and write one of my own

Day 79 - Daily Oral Language

  • 79. Note. (change b. sentence to two sentences)
  • josephine told diane i was so inspired by the haiku
  • we read in class that i went home and write one of my own
  • Josephine told Diane, “I was so inspired by the haiku
  • we read in class that I went home and wrote one of my own.”
  • i wrote a long journal entry about the trees in blossom
  • she went on then i cross out words until the words
  • i have left over made a haiku
  • “I wrote a long journal entry about the trees in blossom,”
  • she went on. “Then I crossed out words until the words
  • I had left over made a haiku.”

Day 80 - Daily Oral Language

  • 80.
  • harry and him picked grapes in the hot sun all week
  • long
  • His mussels was so sore that he couldn’t hardly move
  • *Study by yourself SILENTLY if done early!

Day 80 - Daily Oral Language

  • 80.
  • harry and him picked grapes in the hot sun all week
  • long
  • Harry and he picked grapes in the hot sun all week
  • long.
  • His mussels was so sore that he couldn’t hardly move
  • His muscles were so sore that he could hardly move.
  • *Study by yourself SILENTLY if done early!

Day 81 - Daily Oral Language

  • 81.
  • “be still while I braide your hair Mathilda said her
  • granmother
  • heres the brush but wheres the comb at
  • *If you finish early, you need to do your academic log or study the vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!

Day 81 - Daily Oral Language

  • 81.
  • “be still while I braide your hair Mathilda said her
  • granmother
  • Be still while I braid your hair, Mathilda,” said her
  • grandmother.
  • heres the brush but wheres the comb at
  • Here’s the brush, but where’s the comb?
  • *If you finish early, you need to do your academic log or study the vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!

Day 82 - Daily Oral Language

  • 82.
  • he didn’t tell me what he wants to do yesterday
  • when i spoke to him he seems to be confused about
  • his plans
  • *If you finish early, you need to do your academic log or study the vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!

Day 82 - Daily Oral Language

  • 82.
  • he didn’t tell me what he wants to do yesterday
  • He didn’t tell me what he wanted to do yesterday.
  • when i spoke to him he seems to be confused about
  • his plans
  • When I spoke to him, he seemed to be confused about
  • his plans.
  • *If you finish early, you need to do your academic log or study the vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!

Day 83 - Daily Oral Language

  • 83.
  • satire may be a good tool for mark twain but i find
  • it hard to follow
  • satirists often resort to exaggeration i think
  • overstatement is a sign of not having any concrete
  • facts to use as support
  • *If you finish early, you need to do your academic log or study the vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!

Day 83 - Daily Oral Language

  • 83.
  • satire may be a good tool for mark twain but i find
  • it hard to follow
  • Satire may be a good tool for Mark Twain, but I find
  • it hard to follow.
  • satirists often resort to exaggeration i think
  • overstatement is a sign of not having any concrete
  • facts to use as support
  • Satirists often resort to exaggeration; I think overstatement is a
  • sign of not having any concrete facts to use as support.
  • *If you finish early, you need to do your academic log or study the vocabulary terms SILENTLY by yourself!


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