Life of Fred Language Arts Series: Australia (High School)

Life of Fred Language Arts Series: Australia (High School)

Publisher: Z Twist Books - Life of Fred
Author: Stan Schmidt
$19.00
The first book in the Life of Fred Language Arts Series.  This series is language arts help for high school students.
  • Seven billion = 7,000,000,000
  • Indentation to begin paragraphs
  • Three punctuation marks to end a sentence
  • Punctuation began common usage around 1450 (with the invention of the printing press)
  • Two to the third power
  • Subjunctive mood used much more frequently in German, French, and Latin than in English
  • Postscripts
  • Picoseconds
  • Six question words (who, when, where, why, what, and how)
  • State abbreviations
  • Correct way to hold a pencil
  • Plurals of words (two cases)
  • Irregular Plurals
  • Finding your calling in life
  • Opening and closing salutations
  • Only the first word in a closing salutation is capitalized
  • Australia is between the Indian and the Pacific oceans
  • Silent letters
  • Islands vs. continents—the four questions to ask
  • Homonyms
  • Topology
  • Daniel Boone
  • Is noon a.m. or p.m.?
  • Proofreading
  • A bus with no door
  • Exaggerating vs. lying
  • Hyperbole
  • That vs. which
  • Land of Nod
  • Using commas in lists
  • Five- and fifteen-year-olds think about clothing differently
  • When to omit the s after the apostrophe when forming a possessive
  • When to ask questions
  • Magnetic north pole is moving
  • Pole reversals
  • Continual vs. continuous
  • Less vs. fewer
  • Heteronyms
  • Two past tenses of kneel and of dream
  • Verbs defined
  • Winter in June
  • How to have two summers and no winters each year
  • Prefixes
  • Stich and hemistich
  • Alliteration
  • International Date Line
  • Five ways to make plurals
  • Two uses of an apostrophe
  • Autobiography
  • Vowels
  • Six ways to make plurals
  •  Two past tenses of sneak
  • A seventh and eighth way to make plurals
  • Which countries use the metric system

Hardback, ISBN 978-1-937032-12-8, 128 pages

Click here to view sample pages.  

Book Title Life of Fred Language Arts Series: Australia (High School)
Publisher: Z Twist Books - Life of Fred
Author Stan Schmidt
The first book in the Life of Fred Language Arts Series.  This series is language arts help for high school students.
  • Seven billion = 7,000,000,000
  • Indentation to begin paragraphs
  • Three punctuation marks to end a sentence
  • Punctuation began common usage around 1450 (with the invention of the printing press)
  • Two to the third power
  • Subjunctive mood used much more frequently in German, French, and Latin than in English
  • Postscripts
  • Picoseconds
  • Six question words (who, when, where, why, what, and how)
  • State abbreviations
  • Correct way to hold a pencil
  • Plurals of words (two cases)
  • Irregular Plurals
  • Finding your calling in life
  • Opening and closing salutations
  • Only the first word in a closing salutation is capitalized
  • Australia is between the Indian and the Pacific oceans
  • Silent letters
  • Islands vs. continents—the four questions to ask
  • Homonyms
  • Topology
  • Daniel Boone
  • Is noon a.m. or p.m.?
  • Proofreading
  • A bus with no door
  • Exaggerating vs. lying
  • Hyperbole
  • That vs. which
  • Land of Nod
  • Using commas in lists
  • Five- and fifteen-year-olds think about clothing differently
  • When to omit the s after the apostrophe when forming a possessive
  • When to ask questions
  • Magnetic north pole is moving
  • Pole reversals
  • Continual vs. continuous
  • Less vs. fewer
  • Heteronyms
  • Two past tenses of kneel and of dream
  • Verbs defined
  • Winter in June
  • How to have two summers and no winters each year
  • Prefixes
  • Stich and hemistich
  • Alliteration
  • International Date Line
  • Five ways to make plurals
  • Two uses of an apostrophe
  • Autobiography
  • Vowels
  • Six ways to make plurals
  •  Two past tenses of sneak
  • A seventh and eighth way to make plurals
  • Which countries use the metric system

Hardback, ISBN 978-1-937032-12-8, 128 pages

Click here to view sample pages.