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Payed is an incorrect spelling of the action word. Use thrown with the helping word, had. Practice XI Page 14. v. with potato chips and soda. (4) Joe never agrees with the referees, who he insists are blind. Practice XII Page 15. (2) Pausing for a moment after clearing his throat, he then began to speak. (4) An eloquent gesture sent his notes flying. (5) He disappeared during the resulting blackout. Practice XIII Page 17. Answers will vary, of course. Tina exercises every week. She does aerobics, swims, and lifts weights.

This chapter will help you use descriptive words well. < previous page page_39 next page > < previous page page_40 next page > Page 40 Descriptive Words: Using Comparisons Many descriptive words follow this pattern: Mr. Smith built a tall fence. Mr. Jones built a taller fence. Mr. White built the tallest fence of the three. Why is the fence in sentence 1 described as tall, the fence in sentence 2 described as taller, and the fence in sentence 3 described as tallest? Tall is a descriptive word that describes fence.

Willie Farris ________________ overtime last week. We must __________________ a certain number of hours each day. Four employees ______________ overtime next week. It is easy to determine the time of the action word in a single sentence. When sentences appear in paragraph form, however, the time of each action is more difficult to determine. The time of all action words in a paragraph must be the same. The action word in the first sentence sets the time for the paragraph. For example: INCORRECT:John entered the library.

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