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Middle School Grammar Worksheets

Jesse Said:

Could someone help me correct this-?

We Answered:

Open Microsoft Office word and it has automatic spell check .

Lillian Said:

Is teaching Spanish right for me?

We Answered:

You've already said you enjoy creating notes and worksheets, and as a future teacher I too enjoy creating lessons plans when I do volunteer classes. :)

Since you show a passion to teach and are doing well in school, I would continue it. If you choose to pursue a different career, you can always get a minor degree in Spanish instead of a full degree.

If you're really good, maybe you can get 2 degrees and easily take pass/fail tests in college to save you a year's worth of classes. Just something to consider.

See what your teacher advises, they would know where Spanish can be applied in life.

Jamie Said:

Can someone help me correct this-?

We Answered:

Dear Ms (her name),
I really hope your summer STARTS off well ! I really want you to know how much your teaching impacted me this year. I also want to express my deepest appreciation TOWARDS YOU for being such an incredible and dedicated teacher. I just didn't want to SPOIL an opportunity to tell a very important person, just how special HE/SHE IS.
THE MEMORY OF OUR MEETING IS STILL AFRESH AND ANEW. I remember when we first met, I was in sixth grade. (my friend's name) had to go into your room to get something for a project and being A GOOD friend I am, I HAD tagged along WITH HIM/HER. The first thing I noticed IN your room was the piano you had against the wall and I was just so excited! When I asked if I could play a song, you responded with a, “Sorry, but I’d rather you didn’t”, as you had an awful headache. (she had breast cancer at the time and got headaches often, my friend skipped two grades in english so that's how I met her then)
Two years passed, and I’m still obsessed with piano, and you only once got an awful headache in our class, which I must say you did a very good job at acting like you felt just fine. I really enjoyed playing piano for you each week and I loved listening to your musical experiences while we sat next to each other working in the computer lab at the beginning of the year.

Oh, the memories!

I’m pretty sure I would have forgotten that first event if you hadn’t become LMS’s eighth grade reading and C.A. teacher. You helped make my eighth grade year extra special. Considering the fact that I DIDN't HAVE THT MUCH INTEREST IN ENGLISH BEFORE U CAME, you should be very pleased that those two periods I had with you were always the highlight of my day.

You cared so much for each of your students and you got to know us so well. I know every teacher tries to learn about their students, but they usually go about this by having us fill out worksheets at the beginning of the year asking us what our favorite football teams were, or what we like to do in our spare time.BUT You went deeper than that though. You learned about us through our conversations and how we COLLABORATED WITH OUR classmates. You WOULD always create the perfect project that really MADE each of us think. You knew what concepts STUDENTS MIGHT FACE trouble IN understanding, AND ALWAYS TRIED TO REMOVE OUR DOUBTS FULLY.
I absolutely adored how you never failed to walk through the doors of your classroom at the beginning of each hour WITH your very best mood. It’s impossible for me to imagine you BEING upset. The most important thing you’ve taught me this year is the importance of smiling.YOU TAUGHT US THAT To be happy you don’t have to be an incredibly optimistic person,BUT BY just putting on a smile ON YOUR FACE and making the people around you happy is enough to turn a bad day to a good one. You’re the happiest person I’ve ever known, and you make everyone around you happy, too.
I'm so glad you were my teacher. It's obvious how much PASSION YOU HAVE FOR TEACHING AND HOW RESPONSIBLE YOU ARE AS A TEACHER.You are by far the most influential teacher I've ever had.
I have enjoyed my middle school experience immensely. Thank you for your time, wisdom and dedication. Even though I will miss you, all of the other teachers and my classmates over the summer, I am looking forward to going to high school. I hope WE AGAIN MEET in the future. Thank you for being you.

PLEASE Send me a letter this summer IF YOU LIKE and let me know how you're doing!
(I put my adress) Sincerely, (my name)



I really want you not to include the lines---

""The first thing I noticed IN your room was the piano you had against the wall and I was just so excited! When I asked if I could play a song, you responded with a, “Sorry, but I’d rather you didn’t”, as you had an awful headache. Two years passed, and I’m still obsessed with piano, and you only once got an awful headache in our class, which I must say you did a very good job at acting like you felt just fine""

these not only sound awkward but can also upset your teacher for not letting you use the piano and can also bring back to her mind the pain she had suffered from breast cancer

also I have corrected the things I would have changed in the letter if i were u.( see the capital letters).
hope you like my suggestions

Marshall Said:

Could someone help me correct this-?

We Answered:

It's a beautiful letter.

You write quite well. I think it's fine as it stands.

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