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Others went roller-skating at a nearby rink. 3. Is that the rink with all the fancy lights? 4. Another friend has invited us back to his house for a party. 5. What should we have for a midnight snack? 6. Do you think that we will still be up at midnight? 7. The casserole, which is left over from dinner, tastes better cold than hot. 8. Which sandwich do you prefer? 9. Do you want American or Swiss cheese on your sandwich? Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. GRAMMAR for CHAPTER 1: PARTS OF SPEECH OVERVIEW DATE 10.
He studied at a New York university. Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. GRAMMAR for CHAPTER 3: THE PHRASE DATE 8. The video store near my house carries his films. 9. Lee appears in some films. 10. His father wrote the music for this movie. 11. Lee made a film about Malcolm X. 12. The director wore a hat with a large X. 13. During a recent newscast I heard Lee speak. 14. He talked about a film he had just finished. 15. The interviewer showed several scenes from the film.
Example 1. Goodness! You startled me! 1. Hooray! Our soccer team is in the finals. 2. Ugh! The field is so muddy. 3. I don’t mind playing in the rain, but, yuck, I don’t like getting covered with mud. 4. Oh, I think it will be fun. 5. Oops! I slipped. 6. Luther, wow, you’ve got mud all over you. 7. Would you, ah, help me get up, please? Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. 8. Hey! Watch out, or you’ll fall, too. 9. Yikes! Your warning came too late. 10. Well, there’s the whistle, so I guess the game is about to begin.