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The student reviews definitions of all ready/already and completes a practice exercise.
Using Commas In a Series - Nouns
By Fay Wagner
In this learning activity you'll review the rules for using commas to divide nouns written in a series and complete an activity.
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In this learning activity you'll explore different reasons to write a memo and how to create it.
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By Rosie Bunnow
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Confusing Words--Coarse, Course
The student reviews definitions of coarse/course and completes a practice exercise.
Confusing Words--It's, Its
The student reviews definitions of it's/its and completes a practice exercise.
Jeopardy: Mi estuche
Identify the contents of your backpack or pencil case in Spanish.
Tic-Tac-Toe: Mi estuche
I can identify the objects in my pencil case or backpack in Spanish.
Grammar: Already & Yet
Grammar review. using the words "already" and "yet"
Although 20 items in the quiz may be a little overboard, this is a clear and easy to use site. This would be especially good for an ESL student.
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