JUNIOR ENGLISH

Every English poet should master the rules of grammar before he attempts to bend or break them. — Robert Graves

If the English language made any sense, a catastrophe would be an apostrophe with fur. — Doug Larson

Not only does the English Language borrow words from other languages, it sometimes chases them down dark alleys, hits them over the head, and goes through their pockets. — Eddy Peters

Students and Parents....

Please post an of grammar that you do not understand or that you have forgotten how to use and we will be sure to discuss in it class...
  • An example could be "what is an onomonopia?"
  • Jayme Neal: My daughter was struggle with her homework assignment dealing with metaphors. Please let me know if you can take time in class or after school to review metaphors so she can complete this week's homework. Thanks

Quiz yourself on the Romeo and Ju Ju Bee questions before the test! Click on the link below to see the questions.


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Below is a brainstorm of ideas from Pride and Prejudice! Look it over carefully because we will be doing a project like this in class over Romeo and Juliet.



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