This foldable graphic organizer helps students learn present, past, and past participle tenses of irregular verbs. It has options for differentiation. It can also be glued into an English notebook. See my preview file for more information and pictures.Includes these 24 common irregular verbs: begin, break, bring, choose, do, draw, drink, drive, eat, fall, fly, go, grow, know, make, ride, see, speak, swim, take, teach, throw, wear, and write.
Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Aspectabund (as•SPEKT•ta•bund)Adjective:-Having a very expressive face.From aspect - a way of viewing things, from Latin aspectus “a seeing, looking at, sight, view, countenance, appearance,” from past participle of aspicere “to look at,” from ad- “to” + specere “to look”. Meaning “the look one wears, the appearance of things”+The Latin adjective-forming suffix -bundus - “to become, to grow” (as in abundant)...
BLANC CASE (as in past participle, my humble english keyboard lacks sophisitcation to supply me with the requisite accute accent, sorry or i just haven’t worked out how to use it yet is more likely) I am told is what the french call oyster white suit aka ‘dirty white’ that is the less elegant english translation. there is much more to be said or written about white suit and the wearing of…. suit by #pokit…bride not included unfortunately!
Social Distortion: Heaven & Hell tour was the first show that I ever went to... Fuck your dangling participle, but my Aunt Mo took me to the Moore Theater in Seattle in 1991 and burned my face off with renditions of Sick Boy, Ring of Fire and Story of My Life that stick with me until this very day. I still have the concert tour shirt, albeit minus the sleeves that I tore off like a dipshit in college, and wear it as often as I can. Mike Ness is a god... Oh-way-oh-h-h-h-h!