19 March 2013

**ALL CHANGE! March 19th, 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 and number the change you make.
 
My younger sister gleefully received flowers for her birthday.

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

19 comments:

Zeinab140 said...

My younger niece gleefully received flowers for her birthday.

Yosua said...

Yosua ENGL140.

2 Direct Object noun.

My younger niece gleefully received chocolates for her birthday.

Alexey said...

Alexey ENGL140

#3 Indirect object

My younger niece gleefully received chocolates for her anniversary.

Katherine ENGL140 said...

My younger niece appreciatively received chocolates for her anniversary.

Veronica Baig said...

ZEINAB: yes!
YOSUA:yes!
ALEXEY:yes!
KATHERINE: You've made change #5--the adverb; you need to change the adjective;-)

Anonymous said...

Katherine ENGL140

#4 Adjective

My beautiful niece gleefully received chocolates for her anniversary.

George M140 said...

#5 Adverb

My beautiful niece cheerfully received chocolates for her anniversary.

Nicole Baganha said...

Hopefully I'm not too late, I changed each one...
Subject Noun
My younger sister gleefully received flowers for her birthday.

Direct Object Noun
My younger sister gleefully received balloons for her birthday.

Indirect Object
My younger sister gleefully received balloons for her graduation.

Adjective
My intelligent sister gleefully received balloons for her graduation.

Adverb
My intelligent sister joyfully received balloons for her graduation.

Verb Name
My intelligent sister joyfully accepted balloons for her graduation.

Verb Tense
My intelligent sister joyfully accepts balloons for her graduation.

Veronica Baig said...

KATHERINE:Thank you:-)
GEORGE:yes!
NICOLE:You needed to make just change #6. Your answers are all good.
NEXT STUDENT: PLEASE MAKE CHANGE #2 TO NICOLE'S LAST SENTENCE.

Saleha Ahmad ENGL 140 said...

My intelligent sister joyfully accepts cash for her graduation.

Marina 143 said...

Marina 143
My intelligent sister joyfully accepts cash for her pet care job.

Nazneen 140 said...

My mother joyfully accepts cash for her pet care job.

Veronica Baig said...

SALEHA:yes!
MARINA: yes!
NAZNEEN:you have omitted the adjective instead of changing it;-)

Marina 143 said...

Marina 143
My hard-working mother joyfully accepts cash for her pet care job.

Peggy Ronning said...


My hard-working mother cheerfully accepts cash for her pet care job.

Marina 143 said...

Marina 143
My hard-working mother cheerfully declines cash for her pet care job.

Veronica Baig said...

MARINA: Thanks for fixing the problem:-)
PEGGY: yes!
MARINA: yes--but a bad decision;-)

Marina 143 said...

Marina 143
Well...
My hard-working mother cheerfully counts cash for her pet care job.

P.S. Is it better? :-D

Veronica Baig said...

MARINA: it didn't make any difference to your previous answer being correct;-)