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HOMEWORK DUE on Thursday, September 21st

REMINDER/WARNING--students who come to class without homework (or with partially completed homework) may be sent to the library to do their work--and receive a 0 and an lateness or absence.

PART A: Making Connections (book)

___1. Re-read Names in Business on pp. 55-57

___2. Do all of the exercises on pp. 58 and 59--except Skill Review


PART B: No book...just write in your notebook.

Answer these questions (using complete sentences) in your notebook:

a. Do you think that most marriages are happy? Explain why or why not.

b. What is a common problem in many marriages?

c. Why are many women unhappy in their marriage?

d. Why are many men unhappy in their marriage?

e. Do woman do most of the work in a marriage (housework, keeping the relationship happy, etc.)?

f. Do many women live their lives for their husbands? Explain. Then state whether you think this is right or wrong and explain why.

g. Do some women secretly wish to leave their husband (and get divorced), but they don't do it? Why do they stay?

PART C: Great American Stories 1

___Write 2-3 sentences to describe the woman on pp. 30, 32 and 33.

That will be a total of 6-9 sentences.

What does she look like? Happy? Sad? Surprised? Why?

What does the room or space she's in look like? Dark? Light?



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