Theo's overworked computer in a spray of sparks.
Francisco's comic book collection worth $20,000.00.
This presentation is designed to introduce your students to color theory, which will help them make color choices that are more than appeals to aesthetics. The nineteen slides presented here are designed to aid the facilitator in an interactive presentation of color theory. This presentation may be supplemented with other OWL resources on visual literacy, visual rhetoric, and design.
Potato chips too loudly to eat during an exam.
This resource covers best practices for visualizing data, including considerations such as information type, color, and format. Additionally, it includes a PowerPoint presentation, the handout for an acitivity, and links and references to aditional resources.
A three-mile run like a marathon during a hot, humid July afternoon.
If you are unsure whether a sentence contains an action verb or not, look at every word in the sentence and ask yourself, "Is this something that a person or thing can do?" Take this sentence, for example:
connects the subject, , to his state of being, anger.
! ! ! ! ! What are these words doing? They are expressing action, something that a person, animal, force of nature, or thing can do. As a result, words like these are called . Look at the examples below:
Chris the crunchy, honey-roasted grasshopper.
isn't something that trailer parks can do. is simply connecting the subject, , to something said about them, that they tend to attract tornadoes.
The crunchy, honey-roasted grasshopper good.
Even though is often a verb, it can also be a noun. The of the potato chips, for example, is a thing, a sound that we can hear. You therefore need to analyze the function that a word provides in a sentence before you determine what grammatical name to give that word.