Good Grammar! by Joanne Suter

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It depends on what you mean. Say, “I feel good,” if you mean that you’re happy or in good spirits. Say, “I feel well,” if you mean that you’re in good health or not sick. B. Write the correct modifier, good or well, in each blank. 1. I feel __________ about my recent test grade. 2. Now that your fever is gone, do you feel __________? 3. ” 4. When I hear a marching band, it makes me feel __________. 5. On Tuesday, Ruben felt __________ enough to go home from the hospital. 6. ” he exclaimed. ON YOUR OWN!

Your second and third sentences should be comparisons. small smaller smallest stylish more stylish most stylish ugly uglier ugliest soft softer softest delicious more delicious most delicious frightening more frightening most frightening ON YOUR OWN! ” Cut pictures from magazines and use them as the basis of comparisons. com 23 NAME: ______________________________________ DATE: _________________________________ EXCEPTIONAL ENGLISH: Irregular Comparisons Maria is the goodest bowler in the league.

The childs in the class cheered me on. ” I asked myself. ” I shouted as I slid forward. A herd of oxes would have been more graceful! Quite a sight I was, plowing down that hill. Near day’s end, I returned to the lodge. After the icy mountains, I was warm at last! I checked my watch. There was time for one more run! Suddenly I realized I’d become hooked on the torture and joy of being on skies. com NAME: ______________________________________ DATE: _________________________________ GOOD GRAMMAR WHEN “IF-ING” AND “WISHING” When a sentence refers to past time, the word had is used after if.

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