Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Where do you TRUDGE?

Boys and girls, I challenge you today to use TRUDGE in a good sentence complete with proper grammar and conventions. Publish your sentences in the comments below!

10 comments:

  1. This morning I trudged through the mud to get to the bus stop.
    love Zuri

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    1. Zuri,
      Mud...yuck! Great use of the word trudge. Now, I would like for you to find an antonym for the word trudge. You can do it, let Mrs. Cottle know when you've found it!

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  2. I trudged when I heard
    we were going to the mall to shop.
    Your Friend Holy Nwabeke

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  3. I trudged threw the tall snow when my mama said too come in for bed. It was very hard to do that.!!!!!!!!!!

    By; Francois Phillips

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    1. through....and I bet it was!

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    2. Francois, you are a great writer. Your sentence contained a lot of detail and I can imagine you trudging through the snow to get home. :-)

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  4. I had to trudge through the mud this weekend.

    Benjamin

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    1. Benjamin, I would love to hear you use a synonym for the word trudge. Let me know when you've found one and we will share with your class!

      Ms. Phillips

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  5. this morning I had to trudge my book bag to the car

    Love,Heavenly

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    1. Heavenly, I bet you could rewrite this sentence with a capital letter and a period. Also, I bet you know that "trudge" is a way that one can walk, not a way to carry something. Let's fix this together on Monday!

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