Grammar Week 7
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Tells who is speaking.
*Notice comma setting it apart from spoken words
-Example: [Tia said,] "I hope we don't have rain today."
The words the speaker is saying out loud.
*Quotation marks surround it.
-Example: Sam said, ["Let's ride our bikes down to Main Street."]
Magic Six in the Back
2 capitals + 2 quotation marks + 1 comma + 1 end mark
-Example: [S]he said[,] ["][W]ould you like to ride bikes today[?]["]
Words that sound the same but have different meanings.
-Example: your-belonging to you
tropes and schemes: master list
Examples of Comma Rules, Comma Rules
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creekside elementary vocab chapter 14
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