statements_and_questions

statements_and_questions - LI: Change these statements in...

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LI: Decide which sentences are questions and which are statements. Put them in to separate piles I am going swimming tomorrow Was the cake tasty Do you take your dog for a walk Was it raining at hometime The cake was very tasty and I had two slices Is the weather going to be hot today I have joined the school football team When are you going swimming It was raining at hometime and we all got wet. Are you in the school football team I have a dog and I take it for a walk everyday Today the weather is bright and sunny
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Unformatted text preview: LI: Change these statements in to questions I am going swimming tomorrow. I take my dog for a walk every day. It was raining at hometime. The cake was very tasty and I had two slices. I would like a puppy for my birthday. Change these questions in to statements Have you finished your reading book? Are you in the school football team? Can I come to your party? Is Ali going to come to the party? What time will the party end?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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