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Chapter 1
Capital Letters (p. 2) End Marks (p. 7)
1. George Washington 6. Marie Veldez 1. Monique is going back to school.
2. Barry Grant 7. Hiro Sato 2. Howald is she?
3. Paolo Russo 8. Ali Yussef 3. She is 24 years old.
4. Monique Martin 9. Abraham Levine 4. Why is she going back to school?
5. Harvey Green 10. Carla FIorino 5. Is she unhappy with her job?
6. Did she get fired?
Capital Letters (p. 3) 7. Monique wants to get a better job.
8. Does she have the time to go back to
1. My friend Ricardo and his girlfriend are
school?
getting married soon.
9. Will her husband help her?
2. I only see Ricardo at work now.
10. Her husband is glad she is going back to
3. He spends all his time with Maria.
school.
4. My brother Dave and I are planning a
party for him.
Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 8)
5. My sister Sara is planning a party for
J Maria. 1. job 5. money 9. student

I Telling Sentences (Statements) (pp. 4-5)


1. I have worked with Mike for five years.
2. boss
3. laborer
4. child
6.
7.
8.
house
yard
school
10. teacher

f 2.
3.
4.
He is my best friend.
We go everywhere together.
Last year we went on a camping trip.
Recognizing Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 9)
1. wife' 5. roon1 9. car
5. Julia and my wife are also good friends. 2. family 6. fire 10. block

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6. They go shopping together all the time. 3. garden 7. dog
7. I would miss Mike if he moved away. 4. house 8. street
8. My wife would miss Julia.
9. Mike and Julia need money to take care More Than One (Plural) (p. 10)
1 of the new baby.
,~ The naming words that need an s follow:
10. They could make more money in another
2. five sisters 12. ten grapes
city.
3. both girls 14. nine years
4. four apples 16. five months
Asking Sentences (Questions) (p. 6)
7. some bags 17. some dog
1. Howald is Florence? 9. several jobs 18. two pets
2. When are we going there? 11. all lamps 20. both names
3. Is Florence always so nice?
j 4. Who told you those lies? More Than One (Plural) (p. 11)
5. Do you want to know the truth?
i! The naming words that need
follow:
an s or es

j 2. three dresses 7. several birds


4. some trees 8. five bugs

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5. five passes 9. two rows
6. two bosses 10. both princesses

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Action Words (Verbs) (p. 12) Chapter One Review
Capital Letters (p. 17)
1. hits 5. cuts 9. eats
2. runs 6. climbs 10. calls 1. Allen Moore and I are friends with Jose
3. rushes 7. loves and Mike.
4. works 8. drinks 2. Tony Rizzoli, Bob Grant, and I are good
friends.
Recognizing Action Words (Verbs) (p. 13) 3. Sara Washington and I work well together.
4. My friend Keung Chan does not like my
You should have circled the following action
other friend Dan Davis.
words:
5. Fred, Gary, Claude, and I bowl together.
1. play, cry, work 6. kiss, drink, save
2. jump 7. help, see Telling and Asking Sentences (pp. 17-18)
3. build 8. eat
4. sell, climb 9. sit 1. Did Teresa leave her husband again?
5. fight, run 10. hurt 2. How do you like your new boss?
"r 3. The people at my office are not happy.
The Words A and An (p. 14) 4. Is that fair?
5. My friends Sharon, Giovanna, Florence,
1. an oman 11. an earring
and Eileen will be there.
2. a fox 12. an ant
6. What are you doing with my car?
3. a worker 13. a pan
7. I want to visit my friend Ruth Travis.
4. a yell 14. a seat
8. How much do lowe you?
5. a dress 15. an apron
9. Why should I do that?
6. a door 16. a wolf
10. A:I my buddies are going on a hunting
7. a coat 17. an illness
trip.
8. an undertaker 18. a knife
9. a fire 19. a name
Recognizing Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 18)
10. a pea 20. a store
You should have a line under the following
The Alphabet (p. 1S) nouns:
1. wife 3. furniture 5. country
2. egg, milk 7. apple, sour
2. house 4. father
3. factory, work 8. bear, can
4. happy, sad 9. dog, pet
More Than One (Plural) (p. 18)
5. large, mean 10. pay, wish
6. play, work 1. both kittens 6. a bat
2. a drink 7. all bets
The Alphabet (p. 16) 3. SIX passes 8. four glasses
4. some kisses 9. an apple
1. child, man, woman 6. ant, dry, large
5. two tests 10. several girls
2. big, happy, tall 7. hat, part, top
3. butter, milk, tired 8. brown, green, red
Recognizing Action Words (Verbs) (p. 19)
4. boil, finger, open 9. mean, send, tell
5. an, one, team 10. boss, fire, men You should have a line under the following
action words:
1. wags 3. bites 5. protects
2. growls 4. plays

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The Words A and An (p. 19) Telling and Asking Sentences (pp. 25-26)
1. a child 6. a hat 1. The wedding is next Sunday.
2. an elevator 7. an actress 2. Will Marie and Derek be invited?
3. an island 8. a dam 3. Janice said that I will be in the wedding
4. a door 9. a party party.
5. a chicken 10. a boat 4. What are you and Judy wearing?
5. Howald is the groom?
The Alphabet (p. 19) 6. I heard that the bride is two years older
than the groom.
1. cheerful, friend, tired
7. The groom is a nice person.
2. also, nice, pretty
8. Is this the first time he has been married?
3. bread, make, seal
9. It is the second marriage for both.

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5. do, let, tan
10. Do they have any children?

End Marks (p. 27)


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1 Chapter 2
1. Are you bringing her here?
Capital letters (p. 22)
2. My family does not like her.
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1. Mary and I refuse to go if Jerry goes.
2. Will Flores and Steve be there?
3.
4.
Why is she so mean?
Do not believe a word she says.
3. Who will bring Mino and Sarah to the 5. She lies about everything.
wedding? 6. How can she lie like that?
4. Did I tell you about Eleni's new job? 7. Do you think she ever tells the truth?
5. I only know that Mehdi, Julie, and I are 8. Nobody knows the truth about her.
going. 9. Let me tell you what she has done.
10. It is not fair to talk about her now.
Capital letters for Days of the Week (p. 23)
Word Order in Sentences (p. 28)
1. Tuesday
2. Saturday 1. I have been working for ten years.
3. Thursday 2. I would like to change jobs.
. . 4. Friday 3. I don't know how to do this.
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5. Sunday 4. My wife does not go to work.
6. Saturday 5. She wants to stay home with the children.
I 7. Monday
8. Wednesday Word Order in Sentences (p. 29)
9. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
1. I drive a car to work.
Friday
2. Where do you live?
10. Saturday, Sunday
3. Where are you going?
4. Swimming is my best sport. or: My best
Telling and Asking Sentences (p. 24)
sport is swimming.
1. I have not been on a plane before. 5. My best friend is Marie. or: Marie is my
2. How much will the ticket cost me? best friend.
,l 3. Not one person will go in my place.
. .,1l' 4. Are you going to wear that on the trip? Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 30)
, 5. Who will meet us at the airport?
~ 1. child 5. bus 8. friend
2. girl 6. lunch 9. money
3. boy 7. wife 10. house
4. school

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Recognizing Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 31) Chapter Two Review
Capital Letters (p. 37)
You should have a line under the following
nouns: 1. Mohammed and I are meeting on Tuesday.
1. father 6. brothers, sisters 2. My boss makes us work on Saturdays.
2. union, strike 7. mother, home 3. I only work on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
3. workers, work 8. strike, family Fridays.
4. mother, home 9. workers, money 4. My brothers Mike, Patrick, and I do not
5. family, money 10. owners, strike work on Sundays.
5. James Washington and I have a date next
More Than One (Plural) (p. 32) Thursday.
The nouns that need an s or es follow:
Telling and Asking Sentences (pp. 37-38)
1. five pears 7. several dresses
3. both glasses 8. two classes 1. Who drove my car yesterday?
4. some nails 9. five kisses 2. I cannot understand that.
5. two tests 10. three buses 3. Why would you do such a thing?
6. ten bananas 4. Where are you staying now?
5. Is that the correct way to do it?
More Than One (Plural) (p. 33) 6. Jim and I are getting married.
7. We are having a small wedding.
The nouns that need an s or es follow:
8. Will you come to it?
1. some gloves 6. three wishes
9. Our parents want a big affair.
2. three fences 8. several crashes
10. How much will this cost us?
3. many dishes 9. four plants
4. two lashes 10. five washes Word Order in Sentences (p. 38)
5. both ranches
1. We are inviting two couples to our party.
Action Words (Verbs) (p. 34) 2. Peter and I have been married for one
vear.
1. smgs 5. grovvs 8. drives 3. Our friends dated for five years.
2. hits 6. helps 9. spells 4. Jose and Sally just got a divorce. or: Sally
3. plays 7. cares 10. goes and Jose just got a divorce.
4. believes 5. Their children are very unhappy.

Recognizing Action Words (Verbs) (p. 35) Recognizing Naming Words (Nouns)
You should have a line under the following (pp. 38-39)
verbs: You should have a line under the following
1. screams 5. helps 8. handcuffs nouns:
2. pushes 6. catches 9. curses 1. animals, cave
3. falls 7. hits 10. returns 2. snake, tree, cage, zoo
4. hurts 3. person, hand, cage
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4. zookeeper, woman
The Alphabet (p. 36) 5. friend, lions, apes
1. cost, good, happy, pretty
2. at, cut, in, off More Than One (Plural) (p. 39)
,; ': 3. eight, five, nine, seven
, 'i
The nouns that need an s or es follow:
4. fight, hope, peace, sell 1. ten cakes 5. several churches
5. green, purple, red, yellow 2. both letters 6. four passes
3. two wishes 8. three witches
4. nine brushes 9. some matches

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Recognizing Action Words (Verbs) (p. 39) More Than One (Plural) (p. 47)
You should have a line under the following The naming words that need an s or es
verbs: follow.
1. moves 3. jumps 5. yells 1. many cats 12. five Charleses
2. turns 4. runs 2. two bushes 13. two Joneses
3. a few cards 14. both Barberos
The Alphabet (p. 39) 5. ten wishes 15. Two Greens
1. coat, hat, man, sat 6. six fences 16. Seven Georges
2. child, girl, lamb, woman 7. several matches 17. two princesses
3. fire, quick, tie, young 9. all bosses 18. five buttons
4. eat, king, tiny, us 10. three glasses 19. some branches
5. my, pet, see, was 11. two Browns 20. four Wongs

Chapter 3 The Words He, She, and It (Pronouns)


Capital Letters for Months of the Year (p. 42) (pp.48-49)

1. May 5. January 8. December 1. He 3. She 5. She


2. February 6. March 9. April 2. He or she 4. It
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3. November 7. August 10. October
Describing Words (Adjectives) (p. 50)
4. September
Telling and Asking Sentences (p. 43) 1. old; big 4. pretty; handsome; funny
2. tired; crooked 5. black; new
1. Why 5. police 8. shelter 3. large; torn
2. What 6. Where 9. When
3. husband 7. jail 10. How Recognizing Describing Words (Adjectives)
4. Who (p. 51)

Word Order in Sentences (p. 44) You should have a line under the following
describing words:
1. Why are I-lank and his Luss always
1. excellent 6. hot
fighting?
2. hot 7. dirty
2. How long has Hank worked here?
3. mean 8. caring
3. Did Hank quit or did he get fired?
4. large white 9. kind
4. Will Hank be able to get another job?
5. large, fluffy fat 10. nIce
5. How will he and his family live?
or: How will his family and he live? The Words Am, Are, and /5 (p. 52)
Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 45) 1. IS 3. IS 5. Are 7. are 9. IS
1. friends 5. army 8. money 2. am 4. are 6. Is 8. Is 10. are
2. years 6. uncle 9. world
3. school 7. houses 10. home The Words Am, Are, and Is (p. 53)
4. jobs 1. IS 3. are 5. IS 7. are 9. IS
2. are 4. am 6. are 8. Are 10. IS
Recognizing Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 46)
You should have circled the following nouns: Action Words (Verbs) (p. 54)
1. castle, name 6. bank, log, number
2. child, water 7. maid
1. bakes 5. works 8. walks
2. drive 6. like 9. stare
3. face 8. building, room
3. smiles 7. play 10. helps
4. fire 9. tub, butter, anger
4. dance
5. house, woman 10. chicken

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Action Words and Helping Words (Verbs) Recognizing Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 58)
(p. 55)
You should have circled the following nouns:
1. am 4. are 7. am, IS 9. is 1. book, rock 4. wife, seat
2. are 5. Am 8. IS 10. are 2. child, school 5. cookie, window
3. is 6. are 3. oven, E:ar
;.:;
The Alphabet (p. 56) More Than One (Plural) (p. 58)
1. brown, green, orange, pink, red, tan, white, 1. some dresses 6. one Duval
yellow 2. both ranches 7. two Johnstons
2. eight, five, hundred, million, nine, one, 3. six Joneses 8. two Charleses
seven, two 4. four Floreses 9. two Jameses
3. bad, good, happy, ice, mean, sad, tired, 5. many crashes 10. some boats
useful
4. apple, banana, fruit, grape, lemon, orange, The Words He, She, and It (Pronouns) (p. 59)
pear, raisin
1. He 3. He or she 5. It
5. boss, factory, helper, king, mine, prince,
2. She 4. He
queen, worker
Recognizing Describing Words (Adjectives)
Chapter Three Review (p. 59)
Capital Letters (p. 57)
1. soft, cuddly white 4. smart
1. Mary Brown and I are going away in 2. long; mean old 5. new green
February. 3. wonderful
2. On Wednesday Jeff, Antonio, and I are
going on a trip. The Words Am, Are, and Is (pp. 59-60)
3. October, November, and December are my
1. IS 3. are 5. Is 7. are 9. am
best months.
2. IS 4. Are 6. are 8. Is 10. IS
4. I like May, June, and July the best.
5. George, Ken, and I are going skiing in
Action Words (Verbs) (p. 60)
January.
1. mows 5. works 8. eats
Telling and Asking Sentences (pp. 57-58) 2. love 6. need 9. laugh
Why
3. licks 7. drives 10. taste
1. 5. explorers 9. man
4. break
2. What 6. Where -.2.0. When
3. Who 7. Are
Action Words and Helping Words (Verbs)
4. boss 8. How
(p.60)
Word Order in Sentences (p. 58) 1. is 2. is 3. Am 4. is 5. Are
1. Is Jim excited about his new job?
The Alphabet (p. 6.1)
2. Where does he work?
3. Do you live far from your job? 1. book, car, down, great, make, sure, use, zoo
4. Do you like your job? 2. an, bar, for, in, open, pat, six, the
5. Who is looking for a new job? 3. are, bet, even, put, sell, win, you, zebra
4. Ann, Beatrice, Carla, Darioush, George,
Juan, Seth, Tom
5. Arturo, Donna, Jose, Laura, Marie, Robert,
Sachiko, Tony

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Chapter 4 6. c Some plants turn toward the sun.
Capital Letters (po 64) 7. e Children play with toys.
8. d An ape climbs trees.
1. Mr. and Mrs. Parsons and their daughter
9. f This apple tastes good.
Susan live there.
10. g My dog barks at trains.
2. Bob, Hideo, Kim, and I know Mr. Grant
will want to come
Writing Sentences (p. 69)
3. My cousins Pat and Sharon are visiting
Mrs. Salazar that weekend. 1. things, store 4. late, night
4. Miss Carone and I are going to drive. 2. son, many 5. are, tired
5. Ms. Lombardi, her sister Sharee, and I own 3. early, morning
a van.
Naming Words (Nouns) (po 70)
Telling and Asking Sentences (pp. 65-66)
1. money 5. weeks 8. presents
1. How old are you? 2. family 6. boss 9. time
2. Where are you going tonight? 3. car 7. trip 10. letter
3. My friend is angry with me. 4. state
4. His dog barks at everyone.
5. When will your train arrive at the More Than One (Plural) (po 71)
station?
1. rashes 5. patch 8. crashes
6. The truck hit the walker.
2. year 6. witches 9. car
7. Why do I have to do that?
3. beaches 7. matches 10. buses
8. What did you do last night?
4. passes
9. Theodore works hard.
10. Camille is a swimmer.
The Word I (Pronoun) (p. 72)
Word Order in Sentences (po 67) 1. He 3. She; I 5. It
2. She 4. I
1. The first day of work is hard.
2. At work three people have my last name.
Describing Words (Adjectives) (p. 73)
or: Three people at work have my last
name. 1. rIpe 5. mce 8. blue
3. James visited us at the office yesterday. 2. sly 6. soft 9. fluffy
4. At lunch I ate three sandwiches. 3. damp 7. sour 10. green
or: I ate three sandwiches at lunch. 4. juicy
5. Today my boss fired two people.
or: My boss fired two people today. Action Words (Verbs) (p. 74)
1. work 5. drives 8. play
Sentence Parts (po 68)
2. rides 6. eat 9. live
I.h Snow falls silently. 3. bloom 7. moo 10. tastes
2. a Tony and Maria work at the same 4. sing
place.
3. i The cats meow too much.
4. j The mailperson delivers mail.
5. b Wanda plays the piano well.

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Action Words and Helping Words (Verbs) 3. Miss Fleishman says it is hard to find a
(p. 75) new job.
4. Mr. George Harris was laid off on Monday.
1. is raining 6. love
5. Ms. Donahue, Mrs. Hirsch, and I hope to
2. like 7. are helping
find jobs by August.
3. is driving 8. need
4. writes 9. is catching
Telling and Asking Sentences (p. 80)
5. shares 10. earns
1. How many do you want?
Action Words (Verbs) Now and Before Now 2. What have you done with my sweater?
(pp.76-77) 3. The book I am reading is very funny.
4. Her mother just lost her glasses.
You should have circled the following verbs:
5. Where can they be?
1. played 5. chased 8. wash
6. Judy cannot read without her glasses.
2. started 6. rained 9. barked
7. She keeps bumping into things.
3. live 7. like 10. hates
8. Everyone is looking for the glasses.
4. works
9. Why can't they find them?
10. No one can find them.
Writing a Friendly Letter (p. 78)
Sample letter: Word Order in Sentences (p. 81)
February 11, 1989 1. Rebecca is home alone a lot.
2. Both her children are in schooL
Dear Eileen,
3. Rebecca would like to find a job.
I had a great time at your house last
4. Her husband does not want her to work.
night. The food was delicious and everyone
5. Rebecca is bored and is starting to drink
there was lots of fun. I will invite you to my
too much.
house for dinner soon. Thanks again!
Your friend, Sentence Parts (p. 81)
Cathy
1. c ,Judy Randall married at an early age
2. h Her husband Bryan was also very
The Alphabet (p. 79)
young.
A. aunt J. job S. sister 3. a They had this baby right away.
B. bed K. king T. time 4. d The baby was born with a heart
C. child L. lamp U. uncle problem.
D. dance M. mother V. very 5. g The doctor needs to operate on the
E. egg N. name W. work child.
F. factory O. oven X. x-ray 6. e The operation is very costly.
G. game P. pet Y. year 7. b Their parents do not have any money.
H. home Q. queen Z. zoo 8. i Bryan's boss lets Bryan work overtim
I. Ice R. rich a lot.
9. j The people at work are trying to raisE
money for the operation.
Chapter Four Review
10. f They want to raise thousands of
Capital Letters (p. 80)
dollars.
1. Mrs. Janice Garcia and I have been out of
work since May.
2. On Thursday I am meeting Mr. Heller to
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Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 82) Writing a Friendly Letter (p. 85)

1. age 5. night S. store Sample Letter:


2. school 6. place 9. car June 10, 1989
3. time, jobs 7. day, pals 10. prison
4. mornmg Dear Martha,
You outdid yourselflast night. I have
More Than One (Plural) (p. 82)
never eaten such delicious food. I do not know
1. match 3. bosses 5. crashes how you do it. Thank you for inviting me.
2. churches 4. pass
Your friend,
Miriam
The Word I (Pronoun) (p. 83)
1. He; I 3. It 5. It The Alphabet (p. 85)
2. She 4. She
Antonia, Betty, can, Dan, eleven, fat, get,
home, iron, Jose, kill, Linda, Mohammed,
Recognizing Describing Words (Adjectives)
name, open, Peter, queen, run, Sally, Tran,
(p.83)
us, vase, wet, x-ray, yell, zoo
1. famous, good 4. frightening, dark,
2. short, scary ramy
Chapter 5
3. many, gory 5. good
Capital Letters (p. 88-89)
Action Words (Verbs) (pp. 83-84) 1. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bank and I like to
bowl.
1. smokes 5. hate S. like
2. Miss R. S. Silver does not like her boss,
2. sing 6. loves 9. enjoys
Mr. Fred J. Gray.
3. draws 7. fears 10. sleeps
3. Did Ms. Mary R. Stavos write that to
4. travel
Mrs. M. M. Garrison last month?
4. Who are M. M. Worth and S. F. Cortez?
Action Words and Helping Words (Verbs)
5. I think K. M. Blue and Henry 1. Singer
(p.84)
are crooks.
You should have circled the following verbs: 6. Mrs. Peggy M. Johns read that Jim R.
1. is running 6. slip White won the lottery.
2. are chasing 7. are 7. I do not know how much Mr. J. R. White
3. is snowing S. IS won in December.
4. is 9. puts S. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Tabrizi and their
5. slips 10. does son Jeff need help.
9. Jeff Tabrizi ran away from home last
Action Words (Verbs) Now and Before Now Monday.
(p.84) 10. His parents and their friend Mrs. J. J. Rose
found him on Tuesday.
You should have circled the following verbs:
1. phoned 3. need 5. look
2. helped 4. stopped

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Writing Telling and Asking Sentences (p. 90) More Than One (Plural) (p. 95)
Sample Sentences: 1. years 5. sisters 8. matches
1. That pet needs better care. Which pet 2. watches 6. speeches 9. C
needs better care? 3. peach 7. churches 10. pies
2. My company is moving to another state. Is 4. batch
your company moving?
3. His car does not need repairs. Does his car The Word They (Pronoun) (pp. 96-97)
need repairs?
1. They 5. They 8. It
4. I cook very well. Do I cook well?
2. He 6. She 9. She, I
5. People like her a lot. Do people like her?
3. She 7. They 10. They
4. I
Word Order in Sentences (p. 91)
1. Why are you leaving work so early? Describing Words (Adjectives) (p. 98)
2. Did Stephen lose the race today?
1. cold water 6. sharp knife
3. How much did you pay for your new suit?
2. pretty woman 7. soft cloth
4. Who saw you going into her house?
3. handsome man 8. stubborn mule
5. Why are you always in trouble with the
4. tame animal 9. noisy party
boss?
5. swift deer 10. correct word
Sentence Parts (p. 92)
Action Words (Verbs) (p. 99)
1. e The janitor takes care of the bUilding.
1. SWIms 5. jump 8. teaches
2. d These pears taste good.
2. catches 6. work 9. preaches
3. h Those artists paint well.
3. rushes 7. help 10. splash
4. f My mother loves her children.
4. growl
5. a His house needs a coat of paint.
6. c Those players catch the fly balls.
Action Words and Helping Words (Verbs)
7. b Hens hatch eggs.
(p. 100)
8. j The police are searching for the
robbers. You should have circled the following verbs:
9. g Carl and Angela live together. 1. IS 5. love 8. are
10. i My boss runs the factory. 2. fish 6. spends 9. are
3. laugh 7. fight 10. IS
Writing Sentences (p. 93) 4. are
1. best, is 4. working, older
Action Words (Verbs) Now and Before Now
2. date, pretty 5. sister, go
(p. 101)
3. school, young
1. My sister played the drums.
Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 94) 2. My friends parked at the station.
3. Clara waited for me.
1. friend 5. sister 8. family
4. Ben, Jose, and I missed you.
2. years 6. secrets 9. boyfriend
5. We lived in three rooms.
3. school 7. children 10. man
6. He showed us new things.
4. brother
7. Pedro raced cars.
8. Sally dined alone.
9. He failed all his tests.
10. Noriko and I sailed a large boat.

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Writing a Friendly Letter (p. 102) Word Order in Sentences (p. 105)
Sample Letter: 1. Felipe is in love with his boss.
2. His boss is a woman.
April 15, 1989
3. She is a good boss.
Dear Larry, 4. Felipe thinks about her all the time.
I am having a great time. There are a lot 5. He cannot get her out of his mind.
of things to see and do. There just isn't
enough time. Don't worry! I am taking lots of Writing Sentences (p. 105)
pictures. Everyone says hello. We wish you
1. parent 4. son, I
could have come with us.
2. husband, years 5. wants, school,
Your friend, 3. know, is work
George
Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 106)
The Alphabet (p. 103)
1. bedroom, paint 4. arms, legs
A. ant J. jam S. sign 2. man, shave 5. boys, cat
B. butter K. kite T. tent 3. dog, food
C. candy L. land U. use
D. dark M. map V. very More Than One (Plural) (p. 106)
E. egg N. name W. write
1. watches 3. boss 5. washes
F. fear O. old X. x-ray
2. catch 4. prmcesses
G. grade P. park Y. year
H. hand Q. quick Z. zebra
The Word They (Pronoun) (pp. 106-107)
I. Indian R. ram
1. They 2. They 3. He 4. She 5. It
Chapter Five Review
Recognizing Describing Words (Adjectives)
Capital Letters (p. 104)
(p. 107)
1. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Washington won the
You should have a line under the following
lottery in June.
describing words:
2. Their son Robert W. Washinton keeps
1. new; tired 4. heavy
giving parties.
2. dirty, tired; good, hot 5. cool, dry; weary
3. Ms. R. S. Chan is their banker.
3. many
4. She and Mr. James T. Travis want the
Washingtons to save their money.
Action Words (Verbs) (p. 107)
5. Their daughter Betty Ann is leaving
Thursday for a trip around the world. 1. starts 5. hides 8. call
2. drinks 6. does 9. scare
Telling and Asking Sentences (pp. 104-105) 3. eats 7. stays 10. see
4. cooks
Sample Sentences:
1. I work very hard. Do I work hard enough?
Action Words and Helping Words (Verbs)
2. My boss doesn't help me much. Does my
(p. 108)
boss help you?
3. The players refuse to play. Do the players You should have circled the following verbs:
refuse to play? 1. is 2. need 3. are 4. is 5. is
4. My brother buys new cars. Who buys cars
for your brother?
5. The house needs a new coat of paint.
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Action Words (Verbs) Now and Before Now Telling and Asking Sentences (p. 111)
(p. 108)
1. Fred and I are going into business
1. jumped 5. camped B. started together.
2. played 6. cooked 9. helped 2. He is good with his hands.
3. worked 7. cleaned 10. danced 3. I will be the brains of the business.
4. dreamed 4. Do you think we are a good team?
5. Who will put up the money for us to start?
Writing a Friendly Letter (p. 109)
Word Order in Sentences (p. 112)
Sample Letter:
1. The robber grabbed the pocketbook from
July 3, 1989
the woman.
Dear Diego, 2. The woman ran after the robber.
I am having a wonderful time. I am sorry 3. The woman screamed for help.
you are not here with me. The inn I am 4. Do you think people helped her?
staying at is really nice and the food is very 5. A man stuck out his foot and tripped the
good. The people at the inn are very friendly. robber.
This vacation would be perfect if you were
here too. Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 112)
Your friend, l. singer 5. problem B. truth
Marie 2. shower 6. day 9. people
3. car 7. friend 10. ears
The Alphabet (p. 109) 4. chance
Ann, Bijan, Cathy, David, Edward, Franco,
Recognizing Naming Words (Nouns) (p. 113)
George, Henry, Ira, Juan, Karl, Linda, Maria,
Neda, Oliver, Pedro, Rita, Sachiko, Tom, You should have a line under the following
Verva nouns:
l. family, holidays
2. holiday, aunts, uncles, cousins, family
Posttest
3. aunt, rolls, bread
Capital Letters (p. 111)
4. aunt, cookies, cakes
1. Miss Martha M. Kendall and Mr. Jose S. 5. cousins, softball, basketball, day
Torres are getting married.
2. The wedding will be on a Sunday in June. More Than One (Plural) (p. 113)
3. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
l. ten hoses 6. both passes
Kendall, are very happy.
2. some wishes 7. SIX grapes
4. The groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Torres, are also happy.
3. several books B. one desk
4. two ranches 9. C
5. Helen, Sharon, Hector, and I are in the
5. a dream 10. three washes
wedding party.
Recognizing Action Words (Verbs) (p. 113)
You should have a line under the following
verbs:
l. cried 3. showed 5. took
2. asked 4. noticed

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Action Words (Verbs) (pp. 113-114) The Words A and An (p. 115)
You should have circled the following verbs: 1. an ape 6. a person
1. drive 3. throws 5. tells 2. an Iron 7. a woman
2. gets 4. dresses 3. an earrmg 8. a pet
4. an ant 9. an ocean
Action Words (Verbs) Now and Before Now 5. an omon 10. an island
(p. 114)
Writing a Friendly Letter (p. 116)
You should bave circled the following verbs:
1. helped 3. worked 5. likes Sample Letter:
2. bowls 4. refused
August 2, 1989
The Words Am, Are, and Is (p. 114) Dear Tony,
I had a wonderful time last night. The
1. is 2. are 3. Are 4. Is 5. am
restaurant you took me to was really very
speciaL Thank you so much for a great
Action Words and Helping Words (Verbs)
evening. Remember, next week I am picking
(p. 114)
up the check.
1. are 2. are 3. is 4. Are 5. Am
Your friend,
The Words He, She, It, I, and They (p. 115)
Marie
1. It 2. He 3. He; I 4. She 5. They
The Alphabet (p. 116)
Recognizing Describing Words (Adjectives)
1. aunt 8. has 15. one 21. use
(p.115)
2. big 9. iron 16. park 22. very
You should have a line under the following 3. call 10. jar 17. quick 23. was
describing words. 4. dark n. kill 18. run 24. x-ray
1. mean old; crooked 5. eagle 12. land 19. sew 25. year
2. poor, tired old; pretty 6. fat 13. map 20. two 26. zero
3. young; soft green 7. girl 14. now
4. pretty, new red; little black
5. old blue; large white

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