How to write adios with inflection

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Intonation vs. Inflection

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How you say something is actually more important than what you are actually saying. The actual statistic is five times more important. This is what makes inflection such a crucial part of effective speech. Inflection is the practice of inserting emphasis to your words.

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In this reading and writing lesson plan, first and second graders will learn how adding the inflectional endings -ing and -ed can change a word's meaning from present tense to past tense e. With the help of two entertaining short videos, teacher-led examples, and a unique dice game, students children will practice adding different inflectional endings to regular verbs while reinforcing important spelling patterns such as dropping the silent "e" or doubling the consonant. Students will be able to recognize and write words that contain the inflectional endings -ing and -ed. Bookmark this to easily find it later.
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