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04/07/11 Grammar Game 1 Jeopardy Jeopardy Grammar game Grammar game
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04/07/11 Grammar Game 2 The Categories are  The Categories are  Commas and Dashes and Periods, Oh  My!: Punctuation It’s Just a Phrase: Correct Sentences It’s All Latin to Me: Tricky Words That’s a Capital Idea: Mechanics  (capitals and numbers) Let’s All Just Agree: Agreement
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04/07/11 Grammar Game 3 Rules I Rules I Your initial response must be in the form  of a question. All the answer on the “Board” are  sentences that are either correct or  incorrect.   Your group can help but not after you blow  in.
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04/07/11 Grammar Game 4 Rules II Rules II For your response, you must say 1. “What is Correct or Incorrect X?”  2. Why it is correct or incorrect or what it is  called.  If you are incorrect, you cannot try again.
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04/07/11 Grammar Game 5 Rule III Rule III The group who blows first gets to respond. If two groups blow at the same time, a  blow off will be done, and the winner of the  blow off responds. The group with the last correct response  selects the category.
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04/07/11 Grammar Game 6 For Example For Example She ate peas and carrots. What is correct comma usage for a  series? Because commas aren’t used  when there are only two items in a series
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04/07/11 Grammar Game 7 Jeopardy Jeopardy Oh My! Phrase Latin Capital Agree 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
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04/07/11 Grammar Game 8 I went to the store and I saw John there.
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04/07/11 Grammar Game 9 Response  Response  What is a run-on sentence? Or What is an  incorrect use of a coordination  conjunction?  Because a comma should be between the  last word of the first full clause and the  coordinating conjunction.
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04/07/11 Grammar Game 10 John, who recently took English 315,  wrote a brilliant paper. John--who recently took English  315--wrote a brilliant paper. John (who recently took English 315)  wrote a brilliant paper.
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Grammar Game 11 Response Response What is correct punctuation of  nonrestrictive modifiers? Nonrestrictive modifiers can be set off with 
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course ENG 295 taught by Professor Danettepaul during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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