Right? Well, I’ll tell what’s up at school. Last week we finish our fundraising for World Vision Day. We were sponsoring Dilani Amal from Sri Lanka. Our class earned $6643! How exciting is that!? Anyway do you want to know how we did it? Okay forget it I’m not going to wait for and answer. Well, our class split up into groups and did a charity sale. My group had 7 people (including myself). They were Annelien, Bianca, Clara, Irene, Kyra. J, Kyra. L, and me! We did a bake sale and earned about $1950! How awesome is that?!
Okay, so this is what happened the next day after the sale…….Most of the day was working on our new unit. Our unit is How We Organize Ourselves (HWOO). Talking about market places. Grammar and all sorts of things…….. like 4 types of sentences: Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, and Exclamatory.
An Declarative sentence is a statement. In states something and normally end with a full stop.
An Interrogative sentence? Well that ends with a question mark. That means it’s a question (obviously).
An Imperative sentence! LISTEN CAREFULLY! An imperative sentence is an order. It can normally end with and exclamation mark!
An Exclamatory sentence is normally ended with an exclamation mark. That’s it!
That’s all I can teach for a day. End of story (or should I say class).