|01:45 pm - ARG!|
Okay, I'm sorry. If your review of book X shows a 5th grade grasp of grammar, I won't believe you read the book. I just can't see past the issues of subject-verb agreement, misplaced commas, and a complete lack of compound sentences.
If that sounds like your writing, try again.
They should really teach grammar in school. Oh, wait: they do!
Current Mood: annoyed
Current Music: "Turning Around", -JB
|Date:||December 8th, 2003 10:20 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: there, they're, their
I graduated about the same time and took it 9th grade. Reading, Math and Citzenship were the other "Maryland" tests. Some people took the test different years, especially the Citzenship test. Most people I know took it in 10th grade, but we did it in 9th at my school (in Montgomery County).