Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics. Sentences

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1 III. Sentences Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics What Is a Sentence? K Identifying a Complete Sentence, TE4: T99; TE6: T45 Sentence Parts 1 Identifying a Complete Sentence, TE4: T64, T69, T100; TE5: T137 2 Identifying a Complete Sentence, 2.1: TE1: 23, 41A, 41B, 41H, 44I, 79G, R26; TE3: 263H, 263J, 295J, 295K, 367H, 367K; 2.2: TE4: 58I, 96, Identifying a Complete Sentence, 3.1: TE3: 287J, 315J, 373G; 3.2: TE4: 39J 4 Identifying a Complete Sentence, TE1: 57K 57L, 79K 79L, 107K 107L, R26 R28; PB: 35, 48, 49, 50 5 Identifying a Complete Sentence, TE1: 51K 51L, 53E, 81K 81L, 105N; TE2: 181K 181L; PB: 13 15, 19, 33 35, 52 6 Identifying a Complete Sentence,, TE1: 47K 47L, R34 R35; TE3: 273E, 319K, 319L; PB: 13, 15, 155 Subjects and Predicates 1 Subject and Predicate, TE2: T181, T199; TE3: T113, T125, T169, T181; TE9: T55, T84, T127 2 Subject and Predicate, 2.1: TE1: 41K 41L, 43E, 79K 79L,111K 111L, R23;, R24 TE2: 153M, 153N, 155E; PB: 15 17, 37 39, Subject and Predicate, 3.1: TE1: 121K 121L, R24 R25; TE2: 205N; PB: Subject and Predicate, TE1: 79K 79L, 107N, R27; PB: 33, 34 5 Subject and Predicate, TE1: 51K 51L, 53E, 105N; PB: 14 Identifying a Complete Sentence,, SB: 80, 81, 88, 89; AM: 77 79, 85 87; PB: 3A, 3B, 3H Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 21, 22, 28, 39;TE: 21, 22, 28, 39; WP: 3 4, 5 6; RW: 2, 3 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 27 28, 48 53, 192, WP: 1 2; RW: 1 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 32 33, 34 35, 46 47, 49; TE: 32, 33, 34, 35, 46, 47; WP: 1 2, 3 4, 15 16; RW: 1, 2 3, 9 10 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 34 35, 43, 46, 86, 155, 291, 464 Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One. Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 8 10, 11 12, ; TE: 11, 12, 13A Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 33, 45 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 22, 34, 38, 62, 64, 70, 76, 88, 94, 100, 122, 146, 170, 178, 196, 200, 202, 226 Identifying a Complete Sentence,, SB: 14, 110, 140, 158, 170, , 249, 250, 251 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 15, 16, 20, 38, 58, 62, 64, 86, 100, 106, 112, 123, 130, 134, 136, 160, 164, 166, 172, 196, 206, 214, 218 ; TE : 51, 102, 129, 141, 219 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 24 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 33, 83, 250 ; TRB: 161 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 37 39, 58, 64, 93, 211; WP: 5 6; RW: 4 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 34 36, 67, 146; WP: 1 2, 57; RW: 1 Subject and Predicate, SB: 23 24, 25 26, 39 40, 82, 186, 240; TE: 25, 26; WP: 3 4, 5 6, 39, 81, 109; RW: 2, 3, 22, 52, 71 Subject and Predicate, SB: 31 32, 33, 35 36, 47, 48, 51, 55, 56, , , , 120, 121, 122, 131, , 194; 221, 326, H35; WP: 5 6, 7 8, 9 10, 31 32, 41 42, 64; RW: 3, 4, 5 6, 19 20, 25 26, 41 Subject and Predicate,, SB: 40 41, 42 43; WP: 9 10, 11 12; RW: 6, 7 Subject and Predicate, SB: 40 41, 42 43, 44 45, 51, 53, 59, 60, 61, 86, 155, 206, H70; WP: 96-97; RW: 58 Subject and Predicate, SB:36 37, 38 39, 40 41, 42 43, 51, 53, 57, 58, 59, 87, 170, 272; WP: 5 6, 7 8, 9 10, 11 12; RW: 3, 5, 4, 6 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 21, 165, 249, 250, 252 ; TE: 21, 165 Identifying a Complete Sentence, SB: 14, 26, 252; TE: 14, 26, 252 See later levels for subjects and predicates. See later levels for subjects and predicates. See later levels for subjects and predicates. See later levels for subjects and predicates. See later levels for subjects and predicates.

2 Sentences (continued) 6 Subject and Predicate, TE1: 47K 47L; TE3: 319K; PB: 14 Subject and Predicate, SB: 35 37, 38 40, 41 43, 67, 70, 74, 75, 110; WP: 3 4, 5 6, 7 8; RW: 2, 3, 4 Subject and Predicate, SB: 37 39,40 42, 47, 58, 60, 64, 65, 93, 211, 377; WP: 5 6, 7 8, 11 12; RW: 4, 5, 8 See later levels for subjects and predicates. Subject and Predicate, SB: 21 Objectives Level Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin Spelling & Subjects and Predicates (continued) Subject and Predicate, SB: 34 36, 67, 146; WP: 1 2, 57; RW: 1 Direct Objects 5 Direct Object, TE2: 181K 181L Direct Object, SB: 98 99, 130, 137, 171, 272; WP: 38 39; RW: 23 6 Direct Object, TE2: 187K 187L; Object, TE6: 625 Subject-Verb Agreement 1 Subject-Verb Agreement, 1.5: TE9: T55, T69, T119, T133; PB: 204, Subject-Verb Agreement, 2.1: TE3: 263L, R34; TE5: 181L, 261K 261L, R37; PB: Subject-Verb Agreement, 3.1: TE3: 347K, 347L, 373K, 373L; PB: 184; 3.2: TE4: 40, 43E, 69K 69L; PB: 33, 34 4 Subject-Verb Agreement, TE4: 411K 411L, 413E; PB: Subject-Verb Agreement, TE3: 285K 285L, 309K 309L, R20 R21; PB: Subject-Verb Agreement, TE3: 271K 271L, 319K 319L, R30 R31; PB: 185, 186 Direct Object, SB: , , 161, 168, 220; WP: 44 45; RW: 27 Direct Object, SB: , , 159, 171, 172, 212, , 436, 452, H88; WP: 52 53, ; RW: 33, 74 Direct Objects, SB: 138, , 169, 181, 227, 424; WP: 52 53, 54 55; RW: 32, 33 Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: , , , 137, 141, 188, 242; ; TE: 118B, 121, 122, 123, 124, 127, 128, 129, 130; WP: 49 50, 51 52, 55 56, 57 58, 66, 83, 111; RW: 32, 33, 35, 36, 42, 54, 73 Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: , , 187, 188, 189, 190, 194, 195, 197, 198, 203, 204, 327, 345; TE: 162B, 165, 166, 167, 168, 179, 180, 181, 182; WP: 58 59, 60 61, 72 73, 74 75; RW: 38, 39, 46, 47 Subject Verb Agreement, SB: , , , 232, 240, 242; TE: 100, 101, 102, 103, 216, 217; WP:: 38 39, 40 41, ; RW: 24, 25, 63 Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: , 119, 120, 124, 128, 157, 315, H63; TE: , 119, H63; WP: 44 47; RW: 27, 28 Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: ; TE: 95B, 112, 113, 114, 115;WP: 52 53, 54 55; RW: 31, 32 Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: , 162, , 221; WP: 58 59, 60 61; TE: 117B, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149; RW: Subject and Predicate, SB: 27, 51 Direct Object, SB: 207 Direct Object, SB: 219 Direct Object, SB: 183 Direct Object, SB: 171 Subject-verb agreement is covered at Level Two. Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: , , 235, 236; TE: 222, 223, 224, 228, 229, 230; TRB: , , Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: , Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: , Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: 34, 127, 134, 187; TE: 34, 134; TRB: 97, 99 Subject-Verb Agreement, SB:

3 Sentence Types Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: , 159, 175, 213, 376, 414, 577, H78; TE: 99B, 144, 145, 146; WP: 60 61; RW: 38 Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: , 169, 184, 185, 186, 508; TE: 111B, , 157, 158, 159, 160, 161; WP: 62 63, 64 65, 66, 67; RW: 38, 39, 40 Statements K See Building Sentences. Statements, TE: 79, 80 81, 84, 90, 91, 110; AM: 77 79, 81, 90; PB: 3A, 3B, 3F, 4D 1 Statements, TE4: T58, T113, T114, T120, T125, T156, T176; TE5: T34, T123, T124 2 Statements, 2.1: TE2: 153K 153L, R26 R27; TE3: 265E; PB: Statements, 3.1: TE1: 91K 91L, R22 R23; PB: 33, 34; 3.2: TE4: 99N Statements, SB: 27 28, 29 30, 35, 40, 82, , 237, 240, 244; WP: 7 8, 9 10, 39, 89 90, 109, 113; RW: 4, 5, 22, 61, 71, 75 Statements, SB: 37 38, 41 42, 47, 49, 50, 57, 59, 192, 307, 319, 326, H39; WP: 11 12, ; RW: 7 Statements, SB: 36 37, 49, 54, , , 204, 239; WP: 5 6, 80 81, 82 83; RW: 4, 49, Statements, TE1: 57K 57L, R26 Statements, SB: 36 37, 51, 57, 86, 155, , 168, 194; TE: 36 37, ; WP: 74; RW: 45 5 Statements, TE1: 51K 51L; TE4: 365E; PB: 13 Statements, SB: 34 35, 51, 56, 60, 87, 170, 207; TE: 31B, 34, 35; WP: 3 4; RW: 2 6 Statements, TE1: 47K 47L, R34 R35; PB: 13 Statements, SB: 32 33, 34, 67, 73, 110, 219, 339; WP: 1 2; RW: 1 Statements, SB: 32 34, 47, 58, 63, 93, 222; ; WP: 1 2, 11 12, 86 87; RW: 1, 8, 54 Statements, SB: 34 36, 67, 78, 72, 105, 239; WP: 1 2, 92 93; RW: 1, 56 Questions K See Building Sentences. Questions, TE: 79, 80 81, 84, 90, 91, 110; AM: 77 79, 81, 90; PB: 3A, 3B, 3F, 4D 1 Questions, TE1: T177, T195; TE4: T169, T181; TE5: T123, T137; PB1.3: 18, 30 2 Questions, 2.1: TE2: 153K 153L, R26 R27; TE3: 265E; PB: Questions, 3.1: TE1: 91K 91L, R22 R23; PB: 33, 34; 3.2: TE4: 99N Questions, SB: 31 32, 33 34, 35, 37 38, 40, 83, , 237, 239, 240, 244; WP: 11 12, 13 14, 17 18, 40, 89 90, 109, 113; RW: 6, 7, 9., 23, 61, 71, 75; Questions, SB: 39 40, 41 42, 47, 49, 50, 58, 59, 192, 307, 326, 335; WP: 13 14, 15 16, ; RW: 8, 9, 74 Questions, SB: 36 37, 49, 54, , , 204, 239; WP: 5 6, 80 81, 82 83; RW: 4, 49, Questions, TE1: 57K 57L, R26 Questions, SB: 36 37, 51, 57, 86, 155, 168, 194; WP: 74; RW: 45 Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: 51; TE: 51 Subject-Verb Agreement, SB: 51, 63, 83, 177; TE: 51, 63, 83, 177 Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One. Statements, TE: 59, 65, 75, 81, 91, 97, 107, 113, 123, 129, 139, 145, 155, 161, 171, 177 Statements, SB: 33, 45 Statements, SB: 21, 47 Statements, SB: 15, 250 Statements, SB: 15, 147, , 250; TE: 15, 147 Statements, SB: 21, 250 Statements, SB: 21, 250 Statements, SB: 21, 250 Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One. Questions, TE: 59, 65, 75, 81, 91, 97, 107, 113, 123, 129, 139, 145, 155, 161, 171, 177 Questions, SB: 33, 45 Questions, TE: 69, 111 Questions, SB: 15, 250

4 5 Questions, TE1: 51K 51L; TE4: 365E; PB: 13 Questions, SB: 34 35, 51, 56, 87, 170, 207, 272; WP: 3 4; RW: 2 6 Questions, TE1: 47K 47L, R34 R35; PB: 13 Questions, SB: 32 33, 34, 41 43, 67, 73, 76, 110, 219, 339; WP: 1 2, 7 8; RW: 1, 4 Questions, SB: 15, 47, 147, 155, 250 Questions, SB: 21, 248, 250; TE: 21, 129 Questions, SB: 32 34, 47, 58, 63, 66, 93, 222; WP: 1 2, 11 12, 86 87; RW: 1, 8, 54 Questions, SB: 34 36, 43 45, 48, 67, 68, 72, 105, 239; WP: 1 2, 7 8, 9 10, 92 93; RW: 1, 4, 5, 56 Questions, SB: 21, 250 Questions, SB: 21, 250 Exclamations K See Building Sentences. Exclamations, TE: 110; AM: 90; PB: 4D Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One Sentences (continued) 1 Exclamations, TE5: T51, T57, T71, T124 Exclamations, SB: , 237, 244 See Level Three for exclamations. 2 Exclamations, 2.1: TE2: 209K 209L, R30 R31; TE3: 265E; PB: Exclamations, SB: 45 46, 49, 50, 52, 61, 192, , 321, 326, 335, H37; WP: 19 20, ; RW: 11, 74 See later levels for exclamatory sentences. Objectives Level Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin Spelling & Exclamations (continued) 3 Exclamations, 3.1: TE1: 91K 91L, R22 R23; PB: 33; 3.2: TE4: 99N Exclamations, SB: 38 39, 49, 55, , , 204, 239; WP: 7 8, 80 81, 82 83; RW: 5, 49, Exclamations, TE1: 57K 57L, R26; PB: Exclamations, SB: 38 39, 51, 58, 86, 155, 168, 194; WP: 74; RW: 45 5 Exclamations, TE4: 365E; PB: 13 Exclamations, SB: 34 35, 51, 56, 87, 170, 207, 272; WP: 3 4; RW: 2 6 Exclamations, TE1: 47K 47L, R34 R35; PB: 13 Exclamations, SB: 32 33, 34, 67, 73, 110, 219, 339; WP: 1 2; RW: 1 Commands 2 Commands, 2.1: TE2: 177K 177L, R28 R29; PB: Commands, 3.1: TE1: 46, 91K 91L, R22 R23; PB: 33; 3.2: TE4: 99N Exclamations, SB: 32 34, 58, 63, 93, 222; WP: 1 2, 86 87; RW: 1, 54 Exclamations, SB: 34 36, 67, 68, 72, 105, 239; WP: 1 2, 92 93; RW: 1, 56 Commands, SB: 43 44, 49, 50, 60, 192, 307, 326, 335, H36; WP: 17 18; RW: 10 Commands, SB: 38 39, 49, 55, , , 204, 239; WP: 7 8, 80 81, 82 83; RW: 5, 49, Commands, TE1: 57K 57L, R26; PB: Commands, SB: 38 39, 51, 58, 86, 155, 166, 168, 194; WP: 74; RW: 45 5 Commands, TE1: 51K 51L; TE4: 365E; PB: 13 Commands, SB: 34 35, 42 43, 51, 56, 60, 87, 170, 207, 272; WP: 3 4, 11 12; RW: 2, 6 6 Commands, TE1: 47K 47L, R34 R35; TE6: 592; PB: 13 Commands, SB: 32 33, 34, 41 43, 67, 73, 76, 110, 219, 339; WP: 1 2, 7 8; RW: 1, 4 Exclamations, SB: 33, 147, 248; TE: 33, 147 Exclamations, SB: 15, 250 Exclamations, SB: 111, 119, 251 Exclamations, SB: 21, 129, 250, 251; TE: 21, 129 Exclamations, SB: 21, 250 Exclamations, SB: 21, 250 Commands, SB: 33, 47 Commands, SB: 21, 250 Commands, SB: 21, 250 Commands, SB: 21, 250

5 Compound and Complex Sentences 4 Compound and Complex Sentences, TE1: 79L, 107K 107L; PB: Sentence Errors 5 Compound and Complex Sentences,TE1: 81K 81L 6 Compound and Complex Sentences, TE1: 71K 71L, 93K 93L; TE3: 273E; TE6: 615N; PB: 34, 35, 48, 49 Double Subjects 5 Double Subjects, TE5: 547K-547LTE5: 547K 547L; PB: Correcting Fragments and Run-on Sentences Commands, SB: 32 34, 47, 58, 63, 66, 93, 222; WP: 1 2, 11 12, 86 87; RW: 1, 8, 54 Commands, SB: 34 36, 43 45, 67, 68, 72, 105, 239; TE: 34 36, 43 45, 48; WP: 1 2; RW: 1 Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 48 49, 50, 52, 169, 254; WP: 75; RW: 46 Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 46 47, 48 49, 62; WP: 15 16, 17 18; RW: 8 9, 10 Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 52 54, 57 59, 60 61, 68, 78, 81, 110, 111; WP: 15 16, 19 20, 21 22; RW: 9, 11, Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 55 57, , 270, , , , 379, 381, H91, H93 H94; WP: 17 18, 92 93, , ; RW: 11 12, 57, 92, Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 51 54, 57 67, 76, 79, 105, 220, , 418, 423; WP: 13 22, ; RW: 8, 9, 10, 11 12, 13, Double Subjects, SB: , 234, 243, 275; WP: ; RW: 67 2 Sentence Fragments, 2.1:TE1: 111L; TE3: 273 Sentence Fragments, SB: 33 34, 35 36, 48, 56, 67, 192, 221; TE:34, 35, 36; WP: 7 8, 9 10; RW: 4, 5 6 Run-On Sentences, SB: , H38; WP: ; RW: Sentence Fragments, 3.1: TE1: 51L; TE2: 205N; PB: Run-On Sentences, 3.1: TE2: 185N; PB: 95 4 Sentence Fragments, TE1: 107N; TE4: 485N; PB: 52, 262 Run-On Sentences, TE2: 215N; PB: Sentence Fragments, TE1: 105N; PB: 52 Run On Sentences, TE1: 81L; PB: 35 6 Sentence Fragments, TE1: 93K 93L; TE3: 297N, R29; TE5: 475E; PB: 48, 49, 50, 173, 289 Run-On Sentences, TE1: 93K 93L; TE3: 297N, R29; PB: 50, 173 Sentence Fragments, SB: 32 33, 49, 441; TE: 31B, 32, 33; WP: 1 2; RW 1 Run-On Sentences, SB: 44 45, 50, 58; TE: 31B, 44, 45; WP: 13 14; RW: 8 Sentence Fragments, SB: 32 33, 123 Run-On Sentences, SB: 46 47, 48 49, 52, 55, 62, 132, 134, 155, , 189, 257, 391, 431, H40; TE: 46 47, 48 49; WP: 72-73; RW: 44 Sentence Fragments, SB: 32 33, 55, 87, 170, 272, 498; TE: 32 33; WP: 1 2; RW: 1 Run-on Sentences, SB: 48 49, 52, 62, 88, 170, 201, 207, 272; TE: 31B, 48, 49; WP: 17 18; RW: 10 Sentence Fragments, SB: 62 65, 69, 82, 111, , 219, 571; TE: 62, 63, 64, 65; WP: 23 24; RW: 14 Run-on Sentences, SB: 62 65, 69, 82, 111, 219; TE: 31B, 62, 63, 64, 65; WP: 23 24; RW: 14 Commands, SB: 21, 250 Commands, SB: 21, 250 Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 15 Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 33,251 Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 33, 251 Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 15, 47, 253; TE: 15, 47 Compound and Complex Sentences, SB: 15, 47, 252; TE: 15, 47 Sentence fragments can be included in lessons on sentences. See pages 33 and 45. Sentence fragments are covered at upper levels. Sentence fragments can be included with end marks for sentences, page 15. Sentence fragments and run-ons could be emphasized during all revising activities. Sentence fragments and run-ons could be incorporated into discussion of sentence types, page 21 or any revising page, 46, 82, 118, 154, and 226.

6 Parts of Speech: Nouns Sentence Fragments, SB: 51, 53 54, 59, 68, 93, 211, 372; TE: 31B, 51, 53, 54; WP: 15 16; RW: 10 Run-on Sentences, SB: 52 54, 59, 68, 93, 211; TE: 31B, 51, 53, 54; WP: 15 16; RW: 10 Sentence Fragments, SB: 63, 65, 67, 69, 80, 106, 225, 423; TE: 63; WP: 21, 22; RW: 13 Run-on Sentences,, SB: 64 65, 68, 80, 106, 225, 423; TE: 33B, 64, 65; WP: 21, 22; RW: 13 Singular and Plural Nouns K Singular and Plural Nouns, TE10: T15 Singular and Plural Nouns, TE: 151, 161; AM: 105; PB: 6C 1 Singular and Plural Nouns, TE6: T55, T69, T119, T133, T175, T189; PB: 95 2 Singular and Plural Nouns, TE3: 335K 335L, 367K 367L, R38, R39 3 Singular and Plural Nouns, 3.1: TE2: 205K 205L, R28 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: 67 68, 84, , , , 187, 240; TE: 67 68, 84, , , , 187, 240; WP: 27 28, 41, 49 50, 55 56, 57 58, 82; RW: 16, 24, 32, 35, 36, 53 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: 97 98, , , , , 119, 120, , , 128, 132, 133, , , , 193, 194, 197, 327; WP: 29 30, 33 34, 35 36, 45 46, 47 48; RW: 18, 21, 22, 29 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: 68 69, 70, 71, 72 73, 80 81, 87, 91 94, 167, 237; TE: 68, 69; WP: 25 26, 27, 28; RW: 16, 17, 18 Sentence Fragments, SB: 21 Run-on Sentences, SB: 21 Sentence Fragments, SB: 27; TE: 27 Run-on Sentences, SB: 27, 47; TE: 27, 47 Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One. Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: , 164, 166; TE: 158A, 159, 160, 161, 162, 164, 166; LW: Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: , 162, 250; TE: 138A, 141; TRB: 95, 98 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: ; TE: 144, 145; TRB: Objectives Level Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin Spelling & Parts of Speech: Nouns (continued) Singular and Plural Nouns (continued) 4 Singular and Plural Nouns, TE2: 215K 215L, 245K 245L, 275K 275L 5 Singular and Plural Nouns, TE1: 105K 105L; PB: Singular and Plural Nouns, TE1: 115K 115L; TE2: 163K 163L, R20 R21 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: 70 71, 72 73, 74 75, 76 77, 78 79, 81, 82, 84 85, 87, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 123, 124, 128, 141, 154, 156, 255; WP: 25-26, 27-28, 29-30, 31 32, 33-34, 64; RW: 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 39 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: 70 71, 72 73, 82 83, 85 86, 88, 91 92, 171, 272; TE: 63B, 70, 71, 72, 73; WP: 25 26, 27 28; RW: 15, 16 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: 92 95, , 106, 111, , 116, 219, 339; WP: 31 32, 37 38; RW: 19, 23 Singular and Plural Nouns,, SB: 76 78, 89, 94, 97, 212, 377, 577; WP: 23 24; RW: 14, 45 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: 90 93, 101, 102, 106, 109, 110, , 226, 424, 425; WP: 29 30, 64 65; RW: 18, 39 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: 57, 250 Singular and Plural Nouns,, SB: 69, 83, 250; TE: 69, 83 Singular and Plural Nouns, SB: 108, 116, 237; TE: 108A; TRB: 80

7 Common and Proper Nouns K Common and Proper Nouns, TE5: T133 Common and Proper Nouns, TE: 31, 32, 33, 43, 99; AM: 59; PB: 1B, 1C 1 Common and Proper Nouns, TE2: T117, T137; 1.3: SB: 105; TE6: T55, T69, T84, T119, T133, T175, T189; TE7: T53, T67, T119, T133; TE10: T130 2 Common and Proper Nouns, 2.1: TE3: 263K 263L,295K 295L, 302, R36, R37; PB: Common and Proper Nouns, 3.1: TE2: 157K 157L, 159E, 185K 185L,, R26, R27; PB: Common and Proper Nouns, TE1: 133K 133L, R29; TE2: 181K 181L, R26; PB: 63 65, Common and Proper Nouns, TE2: 157K 157l, 157K 157L, R26; PB: 73 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 61 66, 69 72, 79 81, 84, 105, 139,162, 187, , 238, 241, 245; WP: 21 26, 29 32,, 41, 46, 64, 70, 82; 93 94, 110, 114; RW: 13 15, 17, 18, 24, 30, 40, 46, 53, 63, 72, 76 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 93 96, , 119, 120, , 129, 193, 198, , , , 320, 322, 323, 324, 326, , H36; TE: 92B, 93 96, 105, 106, 297, ; WP:25 28, 37 38, ; RW: 16, 17, 23, 69, 70, 71 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 62 63, 80, 87, 89, 166, 237; TE: 62, 63; WP: 19 20, 84 85, 86 87; RW: 12, 52, 53 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 66 67, 81, 82, 84 86, 89, 123, 124, 155, 170, , 188, 190, 191, 195, 196, , 255, 257, 391; WP: 21-22, 76-77, 78-79, 94-95; RW: 13, 47, 48, 57 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 66 67, 82 83, 84, 86, 88, 90, 170, 201, 208, 272; WP: 21 22; RW: 12 6 Common and Proper Nouns, TE1: 115K 115L Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 87 89, 106, 111, 113, , 261, 266; WP: 27 28, 96 97; RW: 16, 57 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 71 72, 88, 94, 95, 211, , 238, 239, 240, 262, 452; WP: 19 20, 88 89, 98 99; RW: 13, 55, 61 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 82 84, 101, 102, , 225, , 279, 287, 426; WP: 23 24, 94 95; RW: 14, 57 Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One See later levels. Irregular Plurals 3 Irregular Plurals, 3.1: TE3: 287E Irregular Plurals, SB: 72 73, 81, 98 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 63, 75, 135, 141, 153 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 63 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 57, 69, 83; TE: 57, 69, 83 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 57, 87, 135, 249 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 93, 119, 159, 249 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 39, 105, 119, 252; TE: 39, 105, 119 Common and Proper Nouns, SB: 111, 119, ; TE: 111, Irregular Plurals, TE2: 245K 245L; PB: Irregular Plurals, SB: 74 75, 84 85, 154; WP: 29-30; RW: 18 5 Irregular Plurals, TE1: 105K 105L; PB: Irregular Plurals, SB: 27 73, 82, 88, 92; WP: 19 28; RW: Irregular Plurals, TE: 37 6 Irregular Plurals, TE2: 187E; TE5: 495E, R16 Irregular Plurals, SB: 92 95, 106 Irregular Plurals, SB: ; TE: 162A; TRB: Irregular Plurals, SB: 77; WP: 23 24; RW: 14 Irregular Plurals, SB: ; TE: 108A; TRB: 77 79

8 Irregular Plurals, SB: 91; WP: 29 30; RW: 18 Singular and Plural Possessive Nouns 1 Possessive Nouns, TE4: T78 See later levels. See later levels. Parts of Speech: Verbs 2 Possessive Nouns, 2.2: TE4: 87K 87L, 115K 115L, R27 3 Possessive Nouns, 3.1: TE2: 231E; 3.2: TE5: 167E, R16 4 Possessive Nouns, TE2: 275E, 275K 275L, R29; PB: Possessive Nouns, SB: , , 120, 132, 133, 194, 327; WP: 45 46, 47 48; RW: 28, 29 Possessive Nouns, SB: 74 75, 76 77, 79, 81 82, 87, 95 96, 167, 237; TE: 74, 75; WP: 31 32, 33 34; RW: 20, 21 Possessive Nouns, SB: 76 77, 78 79, 81, 82, 84 85, 87, 123, 153, 154, 156, 255, 465; WP: 31-32, 33-34; RW: 19, 20 5 Possessive Nouns, TE3: 285E, R14 Possessive Nouns, SB: 74 79, 83, 85, 88, 93 94, 171, 272; WP: 29 32, 33 34; RW: 17 18, Possessives, TE1: 115E; TE2: 167K, 167L Possessive Nouns, SB: , 106, 111, , 219, 339; WP: 33 34, 35 36, 37 38; RW: 20, 21, 22, 23 Possessive Nouns, SB: 81 85, 89, 94, 98, 212, 255, 257, 377, 577; WP: 27 28, 29 30, ; RW: 18, 19 20, 68 Possessive Nouns, SB: 94 98, 102, 106, 110, , 295, 425; TE: 81B, 94 98; WP: 31 32, 33 34, ; RW: 19, 20 21, 69 See later levels. Possessive Nouns, SB: 69, 249 Possessive Nouns, SB: 57, 69, 83, 250; TE: 59, 69, 83 Possessive Nouns, SB: 57, 83, Possessive Nouns, SB: 69, 83, 250; TE: 69, 83 Possessive Nouns, SB: 252 Possessive case of nouns is covered at preceding grade levels. What Is a Verb? K Verbs, TE: 84, 91, 162; AM: 106; PB: 6D Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One. 1 Verbs, TE8: T119, T133, T177, T191; PB: 177, 188, 1.5: TE9: T55, T69, T119, T133; PB: 204, Verbs, 2.1: TE1: 41J, 73, 98; 2.2: TE5: 151K 151L, R36; PB: Verbs, 3.1: TE3: 315K 315L, 373K 373L, R27; PB: , , ; 3.2: TE4: 39K 39L, 69K 69L, R20, R21; PB: 13 15, 33 35, Verbs, TE3: 323K 323L, 357K 357L, 381K 381L, R20, R21, R22; TE4: 411K 411L, R26; PB: 165, 166, 167, 185, 186, 187, 200, 201, 202, 223, 224, 225 Verbs, SB: , 135, 140, 241;TE: 119, 120; WP: 47 48, 65, 110; RW: 31, 41 Verbs, SB: , 187, 194; WP: 56 57; RW: 37 Verbs, SB: , , , ; TE: 97B, , ; WP: 36 47, 50 57; RW: 23 28, Verbs, SB: , ; TE: , ; WP: 36 41, 46 55; RW: 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 Pictures of verbs and written verbs are shown on the following pages: SB: 62, 68, 78, 89 92, 94, 95 98, , 110, , , , 132, , , , , 180 Verbs, SB: , , ; TE: 222A, 228A; TRB: , Verbs, SB: , ; TE: 138A, 144A; TRB: , Verbs, SB: , ; TE: 102A, 156A; TRB: 73 75,

9 Objectives Level Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin Spelling & Parts of Speech: Verbs (continued) What Is a Verb? (continued) 5 Verbs, TE2: 207K 207L, R30, R31; PB: Verbs, SB: ; TE: 95B, , ; WP: 36 49, 56 67; RW: 22 28, Verbs, TE2: 187K 187L, 213K 213L, R22 R23, R24 R25; TE3: 319I; TE5: 517K 517L, R24 R25; TE6: 625; PB: , , , , Action Verbs K Action Words, TE3: T127; TE4: T99; TE6: T123; TE9: T15, T16, T25 1 Action Words, 1.1: TE1: T66; 1.3: SB: 105; TE6: T182; 1.4: TE8: T55, T69, T177, T191; 1.5: TE9: T55, T84, T127 Verbs, SB: , , , ; TE: 117B, , ; WP: 40 55, 58 67; RW: 25 32, Verbs, SB: , , , ; TE: 99B, , , ; WP: 32 47, 50 59, 62 67; RW: 22 29, 32 35, Verbs, SB: , , , ; TE: 11B, , ; WP: 36 49, 52 59, 62 71; RW: 23 29, 32 35, Action Words, TE: 84, 91, 162 Action Verbs, SB: , 140, 141; WP: 47 48, 65 66; RW: 31, Action Verbs, 2.1: TE1: 41J, 98; 2.2: TE4: 104 Action Verbs, SB: 31 32, 33, 35 36, 47, 48, 51, 55, 56, , , 221, 326, H35 3 Action Verbs, 3.1: TE3: 348A; TE5: R19 Action Verbs, SB: , , , 122; WP: 36 39, 42 43, 46 47, 60; RW: 23, 24, 26, 28, 36 4 Action Verbs, TE3: 323K 323L, R20 Action Verbs, SB: 96 97, 119, 120, 125, 156, , 250, 255, 258; WP: 36-37, ; RW: 22, 62 5 Action Verbs, SB: 152; TE2: 152 Action Verbs, SB: 96 99, , 130, , 171, 272; WP: 36 37, 38 39, 42 43; RW: 22, 23, 25 6 Action Verbs, TE2: 187K 187L, R22 R23 Action Verbs, SB: , 161, 166, 339; WP: 40, 41; RW: 25 Verb Tenses 1 Verb Tenses, 1.4: TE8: T119, T133, T177, T191; PB: 177, 188 Action Verbs, SB: , 158, 212; WP: 32 33; RW: 22 Action Verbs, SB: 112, 167, 173, 226; WP: 36 37; RW: 23 Verb Tenses, SB: , 136, 141, 188, 241; TE: 118B, , 142B; WP: 53 58, 66, 83, 110; RW: 34 36, 42, 54 Verbs, SB: , ; TE: 126A, 132A; TRB: 95 97, Verbs, SB: 84 87; TE: 84A; TRB: Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One. Action Words, 111A, 143A Action Verbs, SB: 223; TE: 222A, 228A Action Verbs, TE: 34 Action Verbs, TE: 102A Action Verbs, SB: 130 Action Verbs, SB: 16 Verb tenses could be emphasized during discussion of action words. See 110B and 142B.

10 2 Verb Tenses, 2.1: TE1: 73; 2.2: TE5: 181K 181J, 221K 221L, 261K 261L, R35, R36; PB: , , Verb Tenses, 3.1: TE3: 347K 347L, R28; 3.2: TE4: 39K 39L, R20; PB: 13, 14, 15 4 Verb Tenses, TE3: 381K 381L, R22; TE4: 449K 449L, R27; PB: 200, 201, Verb Tenses, SB: 202; TE2: 229K 229L; TE3: 285K 285L, R20 R21; PB: , Verb Tenses, TE2: 187E; TE3: 271K 271L, 297E, 297K 297L, 319K 319L, R26 R27, R28 R29; PB: , 169, 170, 171, Contractions 1 Contractions, 1.2: TE3: R18 R19; TE4: T48, T55; 1.3: TE5: T150, R14 R15; TE6: T61; PB: 35; 1.5: TE9: T20, T64, T84 2 Contractions, 2.1: TE1: 59; 2.2: TE4: 45; TE5: 154G, 154, 161, 181G 181H, R6 R7; PB: 91 3 Contractions, 3.1: TE2: 205E, R21, R22; 3.2: TE6: 339E, R18; PB: 161 Verb Tenses, SB: , , , , 188, 190, 191, 194, 195, 197, , 327, H39; TE: 162B, 165, 166, , ; WP: 58 59, 62 62, 66 75; RW: 38, 40, 43, Verb Tenses, SB: 97B, , , , , , 238, 240, 242, 306, 342; TE: 97B, , , 216, 217; WP: 38 47, ; RW: 24, 26 28, 63 Verb Tenses, SB: , , 127, , 132, , 156, 157, 192, 225, 256, 291; TE: , 119; WP: 40 43, 46 53; RW: 24, 25 26, Verb Tenses, SB: , , , , , , 172, 273; TE: 95B, , , ,;WP: 44 55, 58 61; RW: 27 30, 32, 34, 35 Verb Tenses, SB: , 160, 162, 171, 220, 339; TE: 132, 133, 134; WP: 48 49, 50 51; RW: 29, 30 Verb Tenses, SB: , , 158, 165, 377, H79; TE: 99B, ; WP: 36 37, 40 41; RW: 24, 26 Present Tense Verbs, SB: , 167, 168, 175; TE: ; WP: 40, 41; RW: 25 Contractions, SB: , 137, 140; TE: 118B, 131, 132, 142B, 190B; WP: 59 60; RW: 37 Contractions, SB: , 186, 188, 191, 195, 205, 328, H35;TE: 183, 184; WP: 76 77; RW: 48 Contractions, SB: , 123, 126, 140, 168, , 233, 240, 246;TE: 97B, 120, 121, 123; WP: 58 59, ; RW: 35, 69 4 Contractions, TE1: 181E ; TE2: 275E Contractions, SB: , 121, 122, 124, 134, 157, , 223, 224, 231, , 256, 258, 431; WP: 56-57, , ; RW: 33, 64, 65, 72 5 Contractions, TE3: 285E, R14 Contractions, SB: , , 131, 145, 148, 172, , 242, , 273; WP: 56 57, 62 63, , ; RW: 33, 36, 66, 75 6 Contractions, TE1: 115E; TE2: 167K, 167L; TE5: 517K 517L, R24 R25; PB: 319, 320 Contractions, SB: , 162, 176, 221, 415; WP: 62 63; RW: 37 Contractions, SB: 256, 257, 277; WP: 110, 111; RW: 68 Verb Tenses, SB: , , 235, 236; TE: 222, 223, 224, 228, 229, 230; TRB: , , Verb Tenses, SB: , 142, , 148, 151, 152; TE: 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144, 145, 146, 147; TRB: , , Verb Tenses, SB: , ; TE: 30, 102, 103, 104, 156, 157, 158; TRB: 73 76, Verb Tenses, SB: 16, 49, , , 150, 151, ; TE: 126, 127, 128, 132, 133, 134, 174, 175, 176; TRB: 95 98, 97 98, , , , Verb Tense, SB: 12 15, 30 33, 54 57, 84 87; TRB: 5 8, 17 20, 37 40, Verb tenses are covered at levels two through six. Verb tenses are covered at levels two through six. Contractions are introduced at Level Two Contractions, SB: , 196, 196, 200, 255 Contractions, SB: , 218, 219, 224, 246, 249; TE: 216, 217, 218, 219; TRB: , , , 249 Contractions, SB: 219, 250; TE: 24, 219 Contractions, SB: 219 Contractions, SB: 250 Contractions, SB: 252

11 Contractions, SB: ; WP: ; RW: 69 Negatives 4 See later levels for double negatives. Negatives, SB: , 251, 262; WP: ; RW: 72 5 Negatives, TE6: 623K 623L Negatives, SB: , 268, 269, 275, 279; TE: 245B, 254, 255; WP: ; RW: 75 6 Negatives, TE5: 517K 517L, R24 R25; PB: 318 Negatives SB: , 215, 222, 231; TE: 179B, 206, 207, 208; WP: 89 90; RW: 53 Negatives, SB: ; TE: 179B, 198, 199, 200; WP: 81 82; RW: 51 Negatives, SB: , 220, 233, 539, 556; TE: 189B, 210, 211, 212; WP: 85 86; RW: 52 Contractions, SB: 252 Double negatives can be included with the lesson on bad, worse, and worst. Double negatives can be incorporated with work on contractions, TE: 18. Double negatives could be emphasized during work on bad, worse, and worst, page 105. Negatives, SB: 87; TE: 87 Negatives, SB: 93, 119; TE: 93, 119 Objectives Level Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin Spelling & Parts of Speech: Verbs (continued) Irregular Verbs 1 Irregular Verbs, SB: , , 136, 141, 188; WP 55 56, 57 58, 66, 83; RW: 35, 36, 42, 54 2 Irregular Verbs, TE6: 325K 325L, R22 Irregular Verbs, SB: , , , , , 186, 188, 189, , 195, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 328; WP: 66 67, 68 69, 70 71, 72 73, 74 75; RW: 43, 44, 45, 46, 47 3 Irregular Verbs, 3.2: TE4: 99K 99L, R22; PB: Irregular Verbs, TE4: 411K 4111L, 449K 449L, R26, R27 5 Irregular Verbs, TE3: 285K 285L, R20 R21; PB: 150 Irregular Verbs, , , 125, , 168, 238, 342; WP: 54 55, 56 57; RW: 33, 34 Irregular Verbs, SB: , 119, 121, 132, 157, H64; WP: 52-53; RW: 31 Irregular Verbs, SB: , , 131, , 172, 273; WP: 58 59, 60 61; RW: 34, 35 6 Irregular Verbs, TE3: 319K 319L Irregular Verbs, SB: , 173, 221, 339; WP: 54 55; RW: 32 Irregular Verbs, SB: , , 158, , 212, H79; WP: 38 39, 42 43, 44 45; RW: 25, 27, 28 Irregular Verbs, SB: 118, , 167, 168, , 226, 425; WP: 40 41, 44 45, 46 47; RW: 25, 27, 28 Irregular verb tenses could be emphasized during discussion of action words. See 111A and 143A Irregular Verbs: been, SB: 36, 38; TRB: 13, 14; made, SB: 60 62; TE: 60; TRB: 33 36; run, SB: 48, 50; set, SB: 30 32; TE: 30; TRB: 9 12; sat, SB: 24 26; TE: 25; TRB: 5 8 Irregular Verbs; went, left, SB: 12 14; TE: 12; TRB: 6; spoke, made, ate, TE: 24; threw, TE: 48; saw, SB: 66; knew, SB: , TE: 126; TRB: 95, 96; blew, flew, grew, took, SB: , TE: 192, 193, 194; TRB: 147, 148, 150 Irregular Verbs: blew, threw, grew, SB: 48 49; TE: 48; TRB: 34, 36; brought, caught, TE: 204; burst, SB: 72; TE: 72; knew, SB: 162; TE: 96; put, SB: 54, 56; TRB: 37, 38, 40 Irregular Verbs: blew, SB: 30, 32, 33; knew, TE: 36; laid, SB: 18, 20, 21; brought, caught, TE: 96 Irregular Verbs, brought, TE: 66; caught, TE: 66; sought, SB: 30 33; TE: 30, 31, 32; TRB: Irregular Verbs, caught, TE: 48 Irregular Verbs, thought, TE: 48

12 The Irregular Verb be 1 Verbs of Being, SB: , , 136, 141, 188; WP: 55 56, 57 58, 66; RW: 35, 36, 42 2 Verbs of Being, TE5: 261K 261L, R39; PB: Verbs of Being, SB: , ; WP: 72 73, 74 75; RW: 46, 47 3 Verbs of Being, TE4: 39K 39L, R20 Verbs of Being, SB: , 125, 136, 168, 238; WP: 50 51; RW: 31 4 Verbs of Being, TE4: 411K 411L, R26; PB: 223, 224, Verbs of Being, TE2: 207L; TE3: 285K, R20 R21 Verbs of Being, SB: , 121, 122, 133, 140, 150, 157, 158, 160; WP: 54-55, 63; RW: 32, 38 Verbs of Being, SB: , 131, 144; WP: 60 61; RW: 32 6 Verbs of Being, TE2: 213K 213L, R24 R25 Verbs of Being, SB: , 170, 220; WP: 48 49; RW: 29 Main Verbs and Helping Verbs 3 Helping Verbs, 3.1: TE3: 373K, 373L; 3.2: TE4: 69K 69L, R21 4 Helping Verbs, TE3: 357K 357L, R21; PB: Helping Verbs, TE2: 207K 207L, R30, R31; PB: Verbs of Being, SB: , 158, 212; WP: 38 39; RW: 25 Verbs of Being, SB: 112, 114, , 125, 168, 173, 176; WP: 36 37, 42 43; RW: 23, 26 Helping Verbs, SB: , , , 1 25, 137, 168, 238; WP: 52 53, 54 55, 56 57; RW: 32, 33, 34 Helping Verbs, SB: 98 99, , 119, , 122, 126, 156, 157, 255; WP: 38-39; RW: 23 Helping Verbs, SB: , , , 130, 138, , 171, 273; WP: 40 41, 58 59, 62 63; RW: 24, 34, 36 6 Helping Verbs, TE2: 187K 187L, R22 R23 Helping Verbs, SB: , , 167, 220; WP: 42 43; RW: 26 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs 6 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs, TE2: 213K 213L Helping Verbs, SB: 104, 105, 164; WP: 34 35; RW: 23 Helping Verbs, SB: , 122, 144; WP: 38 39, 42 43, 56 57,; RW: 24, 26, 34 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs, SB: , 161, 169, 220; WP: 46 47; RW: 28 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs, SB: , 159, 171; WP: 50 51; RW: 32 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs, SB: , 140, 147, , 169, 180, 420, 424; WP: 52 53, 54 55, 58 59, 68 69; RW: 32, 33, 35, 41 Verbs of Being, SB: 67, 77, 93, 109 Verbs of Being, SB: 36, 38 Verbs of Being, SB: 183 Verbs of Being, SB: 177 Verbs of Being, SB: 138 Helping Verbs, SB: 183 Helping Verbs, SB: 177 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs, SB: 213

13 Parts of Speech: Pronouns What Is a Pronoun? 1 Pronouns, TE7: T177, T191; TE9: T178 Pronouns, SB: 73 76, 81, 85, 124, 135, 140, 188; WP: 33 36, 42, 51, 65, 83; RW: 19, 20, 25, 33, 41, 54 Pronouns, SB: 77, 83, 99, 125, 141, Pronouns, 2.2: TE4: 55K 55l, R26; TE5: 126 Pronouns, SB: , 118, 120, 121, 123, 130, , 191, 327; WP: 39 48, 60 61; RW: 24, 25 29, 39 3 Pronouns, 3.2: TE5: 137K 137L, 167K 167L, 205K 205L, R20 R22; PB: 71, 72, 73, 91, 92, 93, Pronouns, SB: 102; TE5: 555K 555L, 581K 581N, 607K 607N, R20 R22; PB: , 334, 335 Pronouns, SB: 99, 259 Pronouns, SB: ; WP: ; RW: 62 Pronouns, SB: 219 Pronouns, SB: , , 222, 226, ; WP: 94-97, 98-99, , ; RW: 57 61, 65 5 Pronouns, TE6: 671K 671L Pronouns, SB: ; TE: ; WP: ; RW: Pronouns, TE1: 66; TE5: 473K 473L, 495K 495L, 517K 517L; R20 R21, R22 R23; PB: , , Subject and Object Pronouns 2 Subject and Object Pronouns, 2.2: TE4: 87N; PB: 43 3 Subject and Object Pronouns, 3.2: TE5: 137K 137L, 167K 167L, R20, R21; PB: 71, 72, 73, Pronouns, SB: , , ; TE: 273B, , , , 299; WP: , , ; RW: 68, 71 75, 78, 79 Pronouns, SB: , , , ; TE: 279B, , , ; WP: ; RW: Pronouns, SB: , , ; TE: 297B, 298, 299, , ; WP: ; RW: 71, 72, Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: , 109, 118, 120, 121, 123, 130, , 191, 327, H37; WP: 39 40, 41, 60 61; RW: 24, 25, 39 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: , , , 232, 240, 241, ; WP: , ; RW: 62 64, 67 Pronouns, SB: 213; TE: 213 Pronouns, SB: 207 Pronouns, SB: 219; TE: 219 Pronouns, SB: 183, 195, 213, 219, 227; TE: 183, 195, 213, 219, 227 Pronouns, SB: 171, 177, 191, 213, 227; TE: 171, 177, 191, 213, 227 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: 99; TE: 99 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: 219; TE: 219 Objectives Level Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin Spelling & Parts of Speech: Pronouns (continued) Subject and Object Pronouns (continued) 4 Subject and Object Pronouns, TE5: 555K 555L,: 581K 581N, 607N, R20, R21; PB: ; Subject and Object Pronouns, TE5: 491K-491L; TE6: 671K 671L; PB: , 392, 393, 394 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: , , 222, 223, 227, 228, 257, H61 H63; TE: 203B, , ; TE: 203B, , 212, 213; WP: 96-99, ; RW: 58, 62 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: , , 234, 236, , , 269, 275, 282, 499; TE: 215B, ; WP: , 110, 111, 135, 136; RW: 60, 62,64, 65, 80 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: 213; TE: 213 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: 207

14 Singular and Plural Possessive Pronouns 6 Subject and Object Pronouns, TE5: 473K 473L, R20 R21; PB: Possessive Pronouns, 3.2: TE5: 205K 205L, R22; PB: 106, 107, Possessive Pronouns, TE5: 607K 607L, R22; PB: Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: , , , , 308, , 341; WP: , , ; RW: 71, 73 75, 78 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: , 311, 318, 330, 331, 356, 378, 436, 452, H76 H77; WP: , ; ; RW: 74, 83 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: 40 42, 43 45, , 331, 427; WP: 5 6, 7 8, ; RW: 3, 4, 75 Possessive Pronouns, SB: , 232, 240, 245; TE: 224, 225; WP: ; RW: 68 Possessive Pronouns, SB: , 222, 224, 230, 258, H62; TE: ; WP: ; RW: 63 5 Possessive Pronouns, TE5: 519K 519L; PB: 303 Possessive Pronouns, SB: , 234, 236, 241, 275, 464; TE: 215B, 222, 223; WP: ; RW: 63 6 Possessive Pronouns, TE5: 495K 495L, R22 R23; PB: Indefinite Pronouns 6 Indefinite Pronouns, TE5: 495K 495L, R22 R23; PB: Possessive Pronouns, SB: , , , 309, 341, 345; WP: , ; RW: 72, 75 Possessive Pronouns, SB: , 312, 320, 378; TE: 279B, 293, 294, 295; WP: ; RW: 76 Possessive Pronouns, SB: , , 331, 332, 333, 337; TE: 297B, 298, 299, 300, 301; WP: , ; RW: 69, 71 Indefinite Pronouns, SB: , 301, 303, 314, 341, 415; WP: ; RW: 79 Indefinite Pronouns, SB: , 312, 323, 378, H76; WP: ; RW: 79 Indefinite Pronouns, SB: ; TE: ; WP: 130, 131; RW: 78 Using I and me K Using I and me, TE: 36, 43, 99, 103, 105, 114; AM: 62; PB: 4A 1 Using I and me, TE5: T179, T188, T193 Using I and me, SB: 73 74; TE: 73 74; WP: 33 34; RW: 74 2 Using I and me, 2.2: TE4: 87N; PB: 43 Using I and me, SB: , , 131, 194; TE: 92B, 111, 112;WP: 43 44; RW: 27 3 Using I and me, 3.2: TE5: 137K 137L, 167K 167L, R20, R21; PB: 71, 72, 73, Using I and me, SB: , 232, 240, 244, 408; WP: ; RW: 67 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: 219; TE: 219 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: 183, 195, 213, 219, 227; TE: 183, 195, 213, 219, 227 Subject and Object Pronouns, SB: 177, 213; TE: 177, 213 See Words Often Misspelled, TE: 48, 60. Possessive Pronouns, SB: 338 Possessive Pronouns, SB: 338 Possessive Pronouns, SB: 338 Possessive Pronouns, SB: 338 Possessive Pronouns, SB: 338 See Words Often Misspelled, SB: 338 See Words Often Misspelled, SB: 338 Indefinite Pronouns, SB: 177, 191; TE: 177, 191 Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One. The personal pronouns I and me are used in spelling and writing. See Unit Four and Unit Eight. Using I and me, SB: 99; TE: 99 Using I and me, SB: 219; TE: 219

15 4 Using I and me, TE5: 555K 555L, R20; PB: 299, 301 Using I and me, SB: , , , 221, 222, 223, 224, 227, 228, 229, 257; WP: 94-95, 96-97, ; RW: 57, 58, 62 5 Using I and me, TE5: 491K 491L, R26 Using I and me, SB: , 240; WP: ; RW: 62 6 Using I and me, TE1: 66 Using I and me, SB: 279, 280, 285, 286, 288, 289, 302 Using Who Whom, Whose 6 Using Who, Whom, Whose, TE5: 495K 495L, R22 R23 Parts of Speech: Adjectives Using I and me, SB: 285, 288, 291, 292, H77; WP: 120, 122; RW: 73, 74, 75 Using Who, Whom, Whose, SB: , 303, 306, 312; WP: ; RW: 75 Using Who, Whom, Whose, SB: H77 H78 Using Who, Whom, Whose, SB: , 419, 431; WP: ; RW: 98 What Is an Adjective? K Identifying Adjectives, TE: 60, 61, 67, 207, 214; AM: 72, 73; PB: 2D, 8E 1 Identifying Adjectives, TE9: T179, T193; TE10: T57, T71, T121, T128, T135 2 Identifying Adjectives, 2.1: TE1: 28, 31, 63; 2.2: TE6: 369K 369L, 397K 397L, R23, R24; PB: , Identifying Adjectives, 3.1: TE2: 185J; TE3: 315E; 3.2: TE6: 277K 277L, 307K 207L; PB: , Identifying Adjectives, TE4: 485K 485L, 511K 511L, R28, R29; PB: , Identifying Adjectives, TE3: 333K 333L, R24 R25; TE4: 363K 363L, R26 R27; PB: , Identifying Adjectives, TE1: 71K 71L; TE2: 213L; TE3: 319I; TE4: 383K, 383L, 407K 407L, R20 R21, R22 R23, F442; PB: , Identifying Adjectives, SB: , , 189; WP: 71 76, 84; RW: 47 49, 55 Identifying Adjectives, SB: , 255, 256, , 328, H35; WP: 83 90; RW: Identifying Adjectives, SB: , ; WP: 61 62, 63 64; RW: 37, 38 Identifying Adjectives, SB: , , , 256; WP: 59 64; RW: Identifying Adjectives, SB: , 166, 173, 174, , 268, 273, 275, 278; WP: 69 70, ; RW: 40, 74 Identifying Adjectives, SB: , , , 214, 216, , 232, 340; WP: 69 70, 83 84, 91 92; RW: 41, 49, 54 Identifying Adjectives, SB: 180, , , 213, 214, 220, 480, 494; WP: 69 70, 83 84; RW: 43, 52 Identifying Adjectives, SB: , , 218, 220, 227, 229, 234; WP: 73 74, 87 88; RW: 44, 53 Using I and me, SB: 213 Using I and me, SB: 207 Using I and me, SB: 219 Using I and me, SB: 195 Using Who, Whom, Whose, SB: 213 Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One. Pictures of adjectives are shown on the following pages: SB: 63 66, 73 76, , 132, , 148, , 179. Identifying Adjectives, SB: 102, 126, 164, 247, 252 Identifying Adjectives, SB: 131, 154, 155 Identifying Adjectives, SB: 112, 136, 155, 178 Identifying Adjectives, SB: 130, 155 Identifying Adjectives, SB: 122, 155 Identifying Adjectives, SB: 63, 69, 99 Identifying Adjectives, SB: 75, 83, 105; TE: 75, 83, 105

16 a, an, and the 2 Articles, SB: , 256, 257, 258, 329, H38; WP: 91 92; RW: 59 See later levels. Objectives Level Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin Spelling & Parts of Speech: Adjectives (continued) a, an, and the (continued) 3 Articles, SB ; WP: 67 68; RW: 41 See Levels One and Two. 4 Articles, TE4: 485K 485L, R28; PB: Articles, SB: 141, 150, 151, 158, 161, 256, H29; TE: Articles, TE3: 333K 333L, R24 R25; PB: 145 Articles, SB: , 166, 173, 175, 274; TE: 151B, 156, 157; WP: 73 74; RW: 43 6 Articles, TE4: 383K, 383L, R20 R21 Articles, SB: , 214, 221, 224, 340; WP: 73 74; RW: 44 See Levels One and Two. See Levels One and Two. See Levels One and Two. Articles, SB: 181, 182; WP: 69 70; RW: 43 Articles, SB: , 227; WP: 73 74; RW: 44 See Levels One and Two. See Levels One and Two. Comparing with Adjectives K Comparative Adjectives, TE8: T16, T26, T38, T46 Comparative Adjectives, TE: 138, 214, 224; AM: 100; PB: 5F, 8E 1 Comparative Adjectives, TE10: T189 Comparative Adjectives, SB: , 185, 189, 194, 204, 243; WP: 77 78, 84, 88, 112; RW: 50, 55, 60, 74 2 Comparative Adjectives, 2.1: TE1: 31, 63; TE6: 397K 397L, R24 3 Comparative Adjectives, 3.1: TE3: 315E; 3.2: TE6: 307k 307l; PB: Comparative Adjectives, TE4: 511K 511L, R29; PB: Comparative Adjectives, TE4: 363K 363L, R26 R27; PB: Comparative Adjectives, TE4: 407K 407L, R22 R23, F442; PB: 243, 245 Proper Adjectives 5 Proper Adjectives, TE3: 333K 333L, R24 R25; PB: 185 Comparative Adjectives, SB: , 265, 257, 258, 265, 283, 329; WP: 93 94; RW: 60 Comparative Adjectives, SB: , , 169, 173, H54; TE: 141B, 150, 151; WP: 69 70; RW: 42 Comparative Adjectives, SB: , 150, 151, , 158, , ; TE: 135B, , , ; WP: 65-66, 67-68, 69-70; RW: 40, 41, 42 Comparative Adjectives, SB: , , 173, , 274; TE: 151B, 158, 159, 160, 161; WP: 75 76, 77 78; RW: Comparative Adjectives, SB: , , 214, 222, , 340, 459, H75; TE: 179B, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193; WP: 75 76, 77 78; RW: 45, 46 Comparative Adjectives, SB: ; TE: 179B, 186, 187, 188, 189; WP: 73 74; RW: 46 Comparative Adjectives, SB: , 206, 219, 228, 229, 230, 425 Proper Adjectives, SB: , 165, 167, 173, 178, 201, 208, 274, 425 Houghton Mifflin begins at Level One Comparative Adjectives, SB: 139 Comparative Adjectives, SB: 117, 131; TE: 117, 131 Comparative Adjectives, SB: 36 38, 44, 93; TE: 37; TRB: 22, 24 Comparative Adjectives, SB: 92; TE: 92 Comparative Adjectives, SB: 75 Comparative Adjectives, SB: 63; TE: 63 Comparative Adjectives, SB: 75, 83, 105 Proper Adjectives, SB: 87, 249

17 6 Proper Adjectives, TE4: 383K 383L, R20 R21; PB: 224 Comparing with good and bad 4 Comparing with Good and Bad, TE4: 511L, R29; PB: 275 Parts of Speech: Adverbs 5 Comparing with Good and Bad, TE4: 363K 363L, R26 R27 6 Comparing with Good and Bad, TE4: 407K 407L, R22 R23; PB: 244 Proper Adjectives, SB: , 214, 217, 222, 227, , 261, 266 Proper Adjectives, SB: , 215, 216, , 262, 268 Proper Adjectives, SB: , , 279, 287; Comparing with Good and Bad, SB: H61 Comparing with Good and Bad, SB: , 167, 173, 177; TE: 151B, 160, 161; WP: 77 78; RW: 45 Comparing with Good and Bad, SB: , 232; WP: 91 92; RW: 54 Comparing with Good and Bad, SB: , H73; WP: 83 84; RW: 52 What Is an Adverb? 2 Identifying Adverbs, SB: 152, H35; WP: 55; RW: 36 3 Identifying Adverbs,, 3.2: TE6: 339K 339L; Identifying Adverbs, SB: , , PB: , 174, 238; RW: 71 76; RW: Identifying Adverbs, TE6: 653K 653L, Identifying Adverbs, SB: , 239, 250, 685K 685L, 685N, R20 R21; PB: 359, 360, 361, 258, 259; WP: , ; RW: 67, , Identifying Adverbs, TE5: 569K-569L; PB: Identifying Adverbs, SB: , , , 275, 276, 278; WP: , , ; RW: 70, 74, 81 6 Identifying Adverbs, TE1: 71J; TE4: Identifying Adverbs, SB: , , 427K 427L, R24 R25; PB: , 216, 222, , 232, , 335, 340, 346; WP: 81 84, 91 92, ; RW: 48, 49, 54, 86 Comparing with Adverbs 4 Comparative Adverbs, TE6: 685K 685L, R21; PB: Comparative Adverbs, TE5: 569K 569L; PB: 334 Identifying Adverbs, SB: , , 206, 207, 213, 214, 217, 220, 494; WP: 75 76, 83 84; RW: 47, 52 Identifying Adverbs, SB: , , 218, 220, , 231, 234; WP: 79 80, 87 88; RW: 48, 53 Comparative Adverbs, SB: , 250, , 254, 258, 260, 465, H61; TE: ; WP: ; RW: 70 Comparing with Adverbs, SB: , 268, 270, 277; WP: ; RW: 73 Proper Adjectives, SB: 93, 119, 249; TE: 93 Proper Adjectives/SB: 104, 105, 135, 250, 251; TE: 104, 105, 135, 250, 251 Proper Adjectives, SB: 111, 119, 250, 251; TE: 111, 119 Comparing with Good and Bad, SB: 75 Comparing with Good and Bad, SB: 105 See later levels. See later levels. Identifying Adverbs, SB: 93 Identifying Adverbs, SB: 75 Identifying Adverbs, SB: 105 Identifying Adverbs, SB: 63, 69, 99 Identifying Adverbs, SB: 75, 83, 105; TE: 75, 105 Comparative Adverbs, SB: 93 Comparative Adverbs, SB: 75

18 Parts of Speech: Prepositions 6 Comparative Adverbs, TE4: 427K 427L, R24 R25; PB: 259 Comparing with Adverbs, SB: , 215, 222, 230, 340; WP: 87 88; RW: 52 Comparing with Adverbs, SB: , 206, ; WP: 79 80; RW: 50 Comparing with Adverbs, SB: , 219, 228, 232; TE: 206, 207, 208, 209; WP: 83, 84; RW: 51 Comparative Adverbs, SB: 105 Comparative Adverbs, SB: 69 Comparative Adverbs, SB: 75 What Is a Preposition? 3 Prepositions, 3.1: TE1: 47 Prepositions: between, behind SB: Prepositions, TE2: 157A; TE6: 707K 707L, R22 Prepositions, SB: , , 249, 251, 258, 263; WP: , ; RW: 73, Prepositions: about, behind, below, SB: ; TE: 192; TRB: 147, 150; across, TE: 198; against, through, SB: ; TE: 216; TRB: , 166; around, TE: 60, 108; before, TE: 102; between, SB: 180; inside, outside, SB: 84; into, TE: 174; near, SB: 66; off, TE: 304; over, to, TE: 162; since, SB: 126, 128; TRB: 96, 98 until, SB: 138 Objectives Level Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin 2001 Houghton Mifflin Spelling & Parts of Speech: Prepositions (continued) What Is a Preposition? (continued) 5 Prepositions, TE6: 647K 647L; PB: 378, 379 Prepositions, SB: , , , 275, , 283; WP: , ; RW: 76 79, 81 6 Prepositions, TE6: 569K 569L, 593N, R26, R27; PB: 367 Prepositional Phrases 4 Prepositional Phrases, TE2: 157A; TE6: 707K 707L, R22 5 Prepositional Phrases, TE6: 647K 647L, 671K 671L; PB: 378, Prepositional Phrases, TE6: 569K 569L, 593N, R26, R27; PB: 367 Prepositions, SB: , , , , ; WP: , ; RW: 81, 86, 87 Prepositions, SB: 326, 327, 328, , 355, 360; WP: , ; RW: 82, 89 Prepositions, SB: , , 381, 382, ; WP: , ; RW: 82, Prepositional Phrases, SB: , 249, 251, 258, 263, 314, H77; WP: , 139; RW: 73, 74-75, 90 Prepositional Phrases, SB: , , , 267, , 275, ; WP: , 133, 134, ; RW: 77, 78, 79, 81 Prepositional Phrases, SB: , , 335, ; WP: , ; RW: 81, Prepositional Phrases, SB: , , , 355, 364, ; WP: , ; RW: 82, 84, 85, 86 Prepositional Phrases, SB: , , 388; WP: ; RW: 86 Prepositions: past, since, TE: 12; until, TE: 48; before, TE: 138; among, beyond, TE: 162; through, TE: 168 Prepositions, to, TE: 12; before, TE: 48; throughout, TE: 48; through, TE: 102; except, SB: ; TE: 126A; TRB: 95 98; because, TE: 162 Prepositions, SB: 219 Prepositions, SB: 219 Prepositional Phrases, SB: 219 See Level Seven.

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