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Ten Great New Year's Resolutions

The site includes “Parts of Speech Help,” which provides brief definitions and examples to help students remember what each part of speech does.
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Here you can make your own New Year’s resolutions by using this fill-in-the blank Wacky Web Tales. Maybe your resolution is to review grammar? This site will serve as a fun and interactive way for you to accomplish your resolution of reviewing parts of speech. Here students fill in different parts of speech, which will be inserted to make up a funny story. The site includes “Parts of Speech Help,” which provides brief definitions and examples to help students remember what each part of speech does.

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