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Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019

Students will work on a Reading Comprehension assignment about ocean sand. We will correct it together.

We will go through the Idioms from Food assignment. There will be a quiz on these idioms tomorrow, Friday.

Some students need to work on completing the “My Future” writing assignment and hand it in for marks. It is due on Friday.

We will continue to work on the new unit today about Names. We will read the Naming Around the World article and discuss.


  • The Special Language Exam forms are due on Friday, Oct. 4.
  • There will be an Idioms from food quiz on Friday.

More Information about Food Idioms:

Idioms are words or phrases that have a different meaning than the literal meaning of the word or words. There are many examples of food idioms that are commonly used in the English language. They are not only fun to use but are sure to get your point across creatively in conversation.

Remember, food idioms do not literally mean what they say. For example, if you say someone is a “bad apple” this implies that the person is a negative influence on others or is troublesome in nature.

Here are some helpful websites and YouTube videos about food idioms.: