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Giving commands in Afrikaans


Today I want to talk about giving commands in Afrikaans. This new skill can be introduced by using simple examples. Before we continue here are some vocabulary that might be useful: 170 more words


Feathers and Fools by Fox

Feathers and Fools by Mem Fox, illustrated by Nicholas Wilton

Picture Book

Readability Lexile: 960L Guided Reading Level: Not Available Fox, M. (1996). Feathers and fools. 296 more words

"I ate Granny!"

(Written for The Daily Post: Daily Prompt – By the Dots: We all have strange relationships with punctuation — do you overuse exclamation marks? Do you avoid semicolons like the plague? 251 more words

Daily Prompt Challenges

Tortured Heart by A. Joleigh (poem)

The howling winds of a predestined tempest fiercely echo into her ears. She sits outside her window, hanging her toes off the edge of reason. Tears rain down her fragile face, reminiscing a life where everything made sense. 253 more words

A. Joleigh

Punctuation Rules: Exclamation Mark

Uses of Exclamation Mark

An exclamation mark usually shows strong feeling, such as surprise, anger or joy. Using an exclamation mark when writing is rather like shouting or raising your voice when speaking. 177 more words

Exclamation Mark by Rosenthal and Lichtenheld

Exclamation Mark by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld

Picture Book

Readability Lexile: 90L

Guided Reading Level: L

Rosenthal, A.K. & Lichtenheld, T. (2013). Exclamation Mark. 373 more words