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3. Have you read Muggie Maggie? __________________________________________________ 4. My friend read the book frindle, and he recommended that I read it too. __________________________________________________ 5. My librarian recommended that we read zoobreak. __________________________________________________ 6. Henry’s freedom box is a book about the Underground Railroad. __________________________________________________ 7. Some books, such as holes, have also been made into a movie. __________________________________________________ 60 Independent Practice Write the title correctly on the line.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Write a sentence using the conjunction ‘or’. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 59 Titles of Books How do you signify the title of a book? 1. Always capitalize the main words. 2. You do not need to capitalize words in the title such as ‘of, and, or, a”. 3. If you are using a computer, the title should be typed in italics or underlined.

17. Electrical wires (carry/carries) electricity through them. 18. Many modern inventions (is/are) possible because of electricity. 56 Subject-­‐Verb Agreement Independent Practice Edit the following essay to correct the ten errors in subject-­‐verb agreement. Cross out the incorrect verb form and write the correct form above it. Make sure subjects are used with the correct verb form. Spring are the most amazing time of the year for several reasons. First of all, the weather become warmer in spring, and the daylight last longer.

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