15 February 2013

**ALL CHANGE!, Feb. 15th, 2013**


Change the words in the sentence below as indicated. You can only change the exact word in the sequence given; after someone else has posted the next change, then you can post another change. For instance, student 1 writes #1 Subject Noun, and changes the subject noun; Student 2 writes #2 Direct Object Noun, and changes that noun. Each student only makes one change at a time and keeps to the order indicated.If you complete all 7 changes, then start making more changes again from 1 to 7. Each student should build on the changes that the previous students make.

The weather channel unhappily forecast heavy snow in Europe last month.

Changes: #1 Subject noun      #2  Direct object noun         #3 Indirect object noun          
#4 Adjective               #5 Adverb          #6 Verb name                  #7 Verb tense

Please number the change you make and make only one change at a time.

10 comments:

Peggy Ronning said...

#1 Subject noun

The Weather Network unhappily forecast heavy snow in Europe last month.

Zeinab140 said...

#2 Direct object noun

The weather network unhappily forecast heavy storm in Europe last month.

YOSUA ENGL140. said...

#3 Indirect object noun.

The weather network unhappily forecast heavy storm in the USA last month.

Alexey said...

Alexey ENGL140

#4 Adjective

The weather network unhappily forecast ice storm in the USA last month.

Veronica Baig said...

PEGGY:yes!
ZEINAB:You need to add a word or make this plural;-)
YOSUA:yes!
ALEXEY: yes!
NEXT STUDENT: PLEASE BUILD ON "THE WEATHER NETWORK UNHAPPILY FORECAST AN ICE STORM IN THE USA LAST MONTH."

Zeinab140 said...

#5 Adverb
The weather network sadly forecast ice storm in the USA last month.

George M140 said...

#6 Verb Name
The weather office sadly predicted an ice storm in the USA last month.

Veronica Baig said...

ZEINAB:yes!
GEORGE: yes!

Kenneth said...

#7 Verb tense

The weather office is sadly predicting an ice storm in the USA this month.

Veronica Baig said...

KENNETH: yes!