Fix the sentence below: Sally Derek and Rhonda are getting there friends Hannah and Jace gifts for the party at noon tomorow.
There are multiple ways to fix this sentence to be grammatically correct. 1. Sally, Derek, and Rhonda are getting their friends’ Hannah and Jace gifts for party at noon tomorrow. In this sentence, we must put a comma after Sally and Derek because we have a list. ‘There’ must be changed to ‘their’ to show possession. An apostrophe must go after the word ‘friends’ because what comes after it, Hannah and Jace, shows that we are talking about multiple friends. ‘Tomorow’ is spelled incorrectly, it is spelled ‘tomorrow’. A different way to fix this sentence that would still be grammatically correct would be to take out the comma after Derek. Commas that come before ‘and’ are oxford commas and they are not always necessary depending on context. Another way would be to put commas before and after Hannah and Jace because they are a non-essential words. You can still understand the sentence even if Hannah and Jace were not included, so they can be set off with commas since they are not essential to the sentence.
What are three ways that your friend could study for their chemistry exam?
1. Re-write out all of their notes because writing down notes helps build memory and the repition helps as well. 2. Create a question and answer study guide based off the areas the exam will cover 3. Create a jeopardy styled game to play with classmates to make the studying not only fun but inclusive because when you are studying with a group you can learn from each other and teach other, which helps because teaching others helps you retain the information you must know for the test
Mrs. Johnson has six boxes of crayons and each box has ten crayons in them. How many crayons does Mrs. Johnson have all together?
Since there are six boxes total with ten crayons in each box, you need to multiple six by ten. 6 x 10 = 60. Mrs. Johnson has 60 crayons all together.