Assessing Language - Gr 8 by Rosemary Hug

By Rosemary Hug

Millikens new Assessing Language sequence for Grades 4-8 provides lecturers a wealthy number of reproducible standards-based checks. every one booklet includes fifty six grade-appropriate worksheets appropriate for tracking ability retention in addition to perform and reinforcement.

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10. Joining the group around the campfire, the counselor told terrifying ghost stories. 11. There sat a dejected soldier, holding his head between his hands. 12. Having already taken the required courses, Amy is ready to graduate. 32 Assessing Language: Grade 8 Name Period Date Score The Gerund gerund EXAMPLES: ing ing Direct object—Mary enjoys singing. Subject—Singing is Mary’s hobby. Predicate noun—Mary’s hobby is singing. Indirect object—Mary gives singing her undivided attention. Object of a preposition—Mary entertains her friends by singing .

21. Our car is nowheres in sight. 22. Did anyone beside Carlos go to the game? 49 Assessing Language: Grade 8 Name Period Date Score The Double Negative double negative Right: We haven’t any pets. Wrong: We haven’t no pets. Right: I don’t need anything. Wrong: I don’t need nothing. Right: I can hardly see the chart. Wrong: I can’t hardly see the chart. Negative Words no not (n’t) never no one nothing nobody nowhere barely scarcely hardly neither only none but 1. I couldn’t hear (nothing, anything) above the noise he made.

6. We hated to leave our cottage on the ocean. 7. We stopped to visit the old lighthouse. 8. We were eager to continue our journey. 9. Our class plans to perform our play in October. 10. My family like to walk in the rain. 37 Assessing Language: Grade 8 Name Period Date Score Usage 1. a. let—to allow; to permit 2. a. quiet—free from noise 3. a. miner—a worker in a mine b. leave—to go away b. quite—entirely; completely b. minor—smaller or lesser in amount, size, or importance b. principle—fundamental truth or doctrine 4.

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