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Posted by on Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 10:21am.

Three years ago, Two of the smarter girls in my class had there fat brother intentionally rob me. Accidentally, I hit the robber with my purse. Than I ran quickly around the corner. The fat robber could not find me. Finally, the fat robber ran after me but he went the opposite way. I screamed loudly asking for help. So happy to know It's almost over. The cute policeman never caught the fat robber but I knew his sisters. That day was the worst day ever.

  • grammar: pronoun,adjective,adverbs - , Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 10:33am

    OK, what adjectives, adverbs, and pronouns do you find in here?

    Note: Be careful of this type of error: "there" when it should be "their" and others like this.

    Also watch where you do and don't put capital letters.

  • grammar: pronoun,adjective,adverbs - , Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 10:34am

    Three years ago, Two (NO CAPS) of the smarter girls in my class had there ("THEIR") fat brother intentionally (DELETE. ROBBERY IS ALWAYS INTENTIONAL.) rob me. Accidentally, I hit the robber with my purse. (WAS IT AN ACCIDENT?) Than ("THEN") I ran quickly around the corner. The fat robber ("HE") could not find me. Finally, the fat robber ("HE") ran after me (COMMA) but he went the opposite way. I screamed loudly asking (DELETE "ASKING") for help. ("I AM") So happy to know It's almost over. The cute policeman never caught the fat robber (COMMA) but I knew his sisters. (WAS HE EVER CAUGHT?) That day was the worst day ever.

    Caps are for contrast only. Review your use of commas.

    http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/607/02/


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  • grammar: pronoun,adjective,adverbs - , Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 10:42am

    Pronouns: girls,robber,and I adjectives: smarter,big,fat, and happy adverbs: intentionally, accidentally, quickly, Finally and loudly. Little confuse on there

  • grammar: pronoun,adjective,adverbs - , Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 10:46am

    girls and robber = nouns
    Please go back over those lists of pronouns.

    opposite = adjective (there are additional adjectives in there)

    almost = adverb (there may be others)

  • grammar: pronoun,adjective,adverbs - , Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 10:51am

    Thanks everyone

  • grammar: pronoun,adjective,adverbs - , Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 10:56am

    Yes, the police got the brother and the two sister

  • grammar: pronoun,adjective,adverbs - , Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 11:46am

    You're very welcome. Keep working on these things.

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