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3. Individual Assignment: Practice with Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, and Comparisons

• Write several sentences describing a recent interaction with a friend or family member about personal finance or credit cards. This interaction may be imagined or real.

• Use at least five different pronouns, adverbs, and adjectives in your sentences.

• Identify all pronouns used by italicizing them.

• Bold each adverb.

• Underline each adjective.

• Compare the event to one or more similar events. When comparing, use at least three comparatives and three superlatives.

My dad added me as an extra card holder on his credit cards. I was very excited that I could purchase products now and pay for them later. I didn’t realize how much money I was spending. He came over to my house recently, instantly I realized that he was frowning, and I knew by the envelope he held that it was bothering him. "Is everything on here yours," He asked pointing at our credit card statement in reference to how much money I had spent. I was embarrassed I couldn’t look up and look him in the eyes. He asked again I looked up, his eyes meet mine, and I couldn't think of anything to say. The debt was all mines, and I have to find a way to be responsible and pay everything off so he will trust me again. I used the money that I saved by not paying up front and paid the bill. Now I only use the credit card when needed. I pay cash if I have it and I consider if I really need it before I use credit.

pronouns:my,me,his,i,them,he,our,him,mine
adjectives:card,credit,excited,much,embarrassed,responsible
adverbs:extra,very,now,later,how,over,recently,instantly,here,up,now,only,whe,really

  • com170 - ,

    I don't see these elements in your answer:
    "Compare the event to one or more similar events. When comparing, use at least three comparatives and three superlatives."

    In addition, your writing is filled with run-ons. Fix them.
    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/runons.htm

    Then repost.

  • com170 - ,

    ok i understand but are the pronouns and adjectives and adverbs right??

  • com170 - ,

    Also pronouns: yours, everything

    "mines" - check spelling

    "extra" is an adjective

    "wne" = ? (If you mean "when," it's not an adverb here; it's a conjunction.)

    "again" = adv

    There may be others.

  • com170 - ,

    Individual Assignment: Practice with Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, and Comparisons

    • Write several sentences describing a recent interaction with a friend or family member about personal finance or credit cards. This interaction may be imagined or real.

    • Use at least five different pronouns, adverbs, and adjectives in your sentences.

    • Identify all pronouns used by italicizing them.

    • Bold each adverb.

    • Underline each adjective.



    My dad added me as an extra card holder on his credit cards. I was very excited that I could purchase products now and pay for them later. I didn’t realize how much money I was spending. He came over to my house recently, instantly I realized that he was frowning, and I knew by the envelope he held that it was bothering him. "Is everything on here yours," He asked pointing at our credit card statement in reference to how much money I had spent. I was embarrassed I couldn’t look up and look him in the eyes. He asked again I looked up, his eyes meet mine, and I couldn't think of anything to say. The debt was all mines, and I have to find a way to be responsible and pay everything off so he will trust me again. I used the money that I saved by not paying up front and paid the bill. Now I only use the credit card when needed. I pay cash if I have it and I consider if I really need it before I use credit.

    pronouns:my,me,his,i,them,he,our,him,mine
    adjectives:card,credit,excited,much,embarrassed,responsible
    adverbs:extra,very,now,later,how,over,recently,instantly,here,up,now,only,whe,really

  • com170 - ,

    i don't understand how to compare

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