Need help with my English question – I’m studying for my class.
Assignment: Capitalization and End Punctuation
Students will be able to identify and write within the context the learned skills which will help them to encourage their own thinking. They will also be able to write sentences related to their field of study.
Exercises will have to be delivered individually, in a Word file using Font Arial 12 with a cover page indicating name, course and module.
Part I. Read the included short story.
You will identify where to integrate sentences (four types of sentences) that you will be creating according to the context of the story. You will be working with interrogative sentences (I), imperative sentences (IMP), exclamatory sentences (E) and declarative sentences (D). Total of eight sentences.
- Read the story carefully several times, if needed, for comprehension.
- After getting acquainted with the story, you will write two of each of the types of sentences studied and practiced in this module. You will make sure they connect well with the short story.
- You will identify these sentences with bold and abbreviations inside a parenthesis at the end of the sentence. For example: Why are you so happy? (I)
- A rubric is included.
Vocabulary. Complete the following table with their meaning in English according to the context and write a sentence for each word.
by Beatrice Reeves
She stood there at the age of ten, staring at this feeble old man. He was leaning on a cane, looking for something. He was very old, and needed her help. “I can help you to sit,” She offered, and he did. Sinking into a chair gratefully, he closed his eyes. Tina stood there, unsure of what to do or say. Suddenly he opened his eyes and said, “Do you know of a place where I can stay in town? I am very sick and need to see a doctor, I am from out of town.” She replied, “My parents have a room for you, I will take you home.” The old man smiled, “God will bless you child.” That same year Tina fell in front of a car at the same time the old man passed away, he had moved in with her parents so he could get medical treatment, and he became part of the family. Tina called him “Grandpa Jones”. She lost her sight in the accident, and she was put on a waiting list for a donor. It was a long wait for Tina and then one day she received news that an old man had donated his body to science. It took a long time for her to gain her sight back. When she did she was looking into Grandpa Jones eyes, for she had received his corneas and now could see. “Thank you, Grandpa Jones,” She whispered as tears fell from her eyes. He had given her the greatest gift of all, her sight. She now respected the older generation and beyond…
Taken from Creative writing (2016-2018) https://www.creative-writing-now.com/young-merit.h…
Part II. Identify from the following sentences 31 missing capital letters.
- During this semester i will be coursing math, history and spanish.
- Mr. lópez, president of go-mart, will be resigning this year.
- my sister wants to travel to italy, greece, and mexico.
- Gianna needs to hand in a project about planet jupiter. let’s help her!
- we should go to sears and get some stuff that are on sale.
- all you need is a thrift store nearby. would you like to go?
- Did you move to coline street #23 recently?
- i need to go see dr. strate because i am not feeling well. please come with me.
- my mother’s best friend is chinese, and her name is tay.
- One of the best books i have read was dying to be me by anita moorjani.
The activity is individual. The work must be delivered on time, without spelling or grammar mistakes. The works will be submitted to the tool to detect similarity of content (now Urkund). Submit the responses in a Word document, Times New Roman, size 12. You must include references in APA format, three years or less.
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