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  1. Hi,Thanks for your reply.Already i got the solution. Thanks for your effort.Regards,Kamal
  2. Boen,Thanks for your creative reply. But i never foot to the back.I ll achieve this by means of xslt. I hope on my will. Once again thank you for rejunevate my thoughts.I suppose, u ll resolve my dobuts on xslt.Regards,Kamal
  3. Dear boen,This has been assigned as my task for a project.I have corrected as per instruc. still i have some issues.If you don't mind, could you please send ur msn IM or any chat id.It ll more help ful for me to work along your instruction. while processing.Regards,Kamal
  4. Boen,Thanks for your reply. Actually, I cant get the <answer> tag which is in xml.And also in preview of xml, line break rises in between the numerals and question texts.Suggest me for that.Regards,kamal
  5. Dear boen,Yeah! finally i wrote a simple xsl for my xml content. It's working fine.I have some doubt in that: How can i joint the number with the texts. The answers part does not come to view (check the last <question> in xml ).Please check my xsl corresponding to my xml and add suggestions for the better.xml:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><?xml:stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="schema1.xsl"?><Assets> <TOCNode> <PackageName>EWB</PackageName> <NodeName>EWB_glencoe_lit</NodeName> </TOCNode> <Text> <name>UC_038_9 *workbookTitle*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[Grammar and Language Workbook]]></TextData> </Text> <Text> <name>UC_038_9 *CourseTitle*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[Lesson 43 Pronouns After Prepositions]]></TextData> </Text> <Text> <name>UC_038_9 *Activity_type*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[Multiple Choice]]></TextData> </Text> <Text> <name>UC_038_9 *Ahead*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[Exercise 2]]></TextData> </Text> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question1_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question1_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question2_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question2_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question3_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question3_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question4_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question4_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question5_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question5_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question6_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question6_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_4 *question7_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_4 *question7_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_4 *question8_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_4 *question8_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_5 *question9_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_5 *question9_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_5 *question10_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_5 *question10_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_6 *question11_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_6 *question11_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_6 *question12_audio1*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Sound> <name>UC_038_9_PG_6 *question12_audio2*</name> <Path>Grade_6\Unit_7\Lesson_43\Audio\done_files\xxx.mp3</Path> </Sound> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_XX *activity_instructions*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[underline the pronoun in parentheses that best completes the sentence.]]></TextData> </Text> <Quiz> <name>UC_038_9 *quiz*</name> <Question> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question1*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question_no1*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[1.]]></TextData> </Text> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[i think that the Crowleys live across from _____.]]></TextData> </Text> <Answer correct="false"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *is_rb1_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *answer1_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[they]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> <Answer correct="true"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *is_rb2_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *answer2_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[them]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> </Question> <Question> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question2*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question_no2*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[2.]]></TextData> </Text> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[According to _____, Monday’s practice is cancelled.]]></TextData> </Text> <Answer correct="false"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *is_rb1_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *answer1_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[she]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> <Answer correct="true"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *is_rb2_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *answer2_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[her]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> </Question> <Question> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question3*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question_no3*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[3.]]></TextData> </Text> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[Rodolfo, who is a new student, sits across from my sister and _____.]]></TextData> </Text> <Answer correct="false"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *is_rb1_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *answer1_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> <Answer correct="true"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *is_rb2_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *answer2_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[me]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> </Question> <Question> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question4*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question_no4*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[4.]]></TextData> </Text> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *question_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[stacey, I want you to help me instead of _____.]]></TextData> </Text> <Answer correct="false"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *is_rb1_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *answer1_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[she]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> <Answer correct="true"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *is_rb2_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_2 *answer2_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[her]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> </Question> <Question> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question5*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question_no5*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[5.]]></TextData> </Text> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[stand back to back, lean against _____, and then try to sit down.]]></TextData> </Text> <Answer correct="false"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *is_rb1_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *answer1_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[he]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> <Answer correct="true"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *is_rb2_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *answer2_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[him]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> </Question> <Question> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question6*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question_no6*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[6.]]></TextData> </Text> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *question_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[From _____ did you get this information?]]></TextData> </Text> <Answer correct="false"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *is_rb1_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *answer1_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[who]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> <Answer correct="true"> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *is_rb2_correct*</name> <Text> <name>UC_038_9_PG_3 *answer2_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[whom]]></TextData> </Text> </Answer> </Question><Question> <name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question_no1*</name> <Text><name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question_no1*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[1.]]></TextData></Text><Text><name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *question_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[ Have you ever been that far north]]></TextData></Text><Answer correct="true"><name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *is_rb1_correct*</name> <Text><name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *answer1_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[?]]></TextData></Text></Answer><Answer correct="false"><name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *is_rb2_correct*</name> <Text><name>UC_038_9_PG_1 *answer2_text*</name> <TextData><![CDATA[.]]></TextData></Text></Answer></Question> </Quiz></Assets> xsl:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"> <xsl:template match="Assets"> <table align="center"><tr> <td align="center" valign="top"> <span class="Caption" style="text-align:center; font-size:24pt"> <B>Eworkbooks trial page</B></span><br/> <span class="caption" style="text-align:center; font-size:16pt;"> <B>MGH-Hurix</B></span> </td></tr> </table> <p><br/></p> <table frame="above" bordercolor="maroon" align="center" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2"><tr><td> <table align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><tr> <td><B>Pakage Name</B></td><td><b>: <font color="#H008080FF"><xsl:value-of select="string(..//TOCNode//PackageName)"/></font></b></td> <td><font color="white"><xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</xsl:text></font></td> <td><B>Node Name</B></td><td><b>: <font color="#H008080FF"><xsl:value-of select="string(..//TOCNode//NodeName)"/></font></b></td> <td><font color="white"><xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</xsl:text></font></td> <td><B>Quiz name</B></td><td><B>: <font color="#H008080FF"><xsl:value-of select="string(..//Quiz//name)"/></font></B></td> </tr> <td></td> </table> </td></tr> </table> <p><br/><br/><br/><br/></p><xsl:apply-templates select=".//Question/Text/TextData"/> </xsl:template> <xsl:template match="TextData"><table><tr><td><xsl:apply-templates/></td></tr></table> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet>I need your help.
  6. Dear boen,i have pasted my sample working (xml and schema) file for your reference.i need Blue colored format of xml from the black colored (sample files).How can i convert the sample file?Help me on this!schema:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><xs:schema xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" elementFormDefault="qualified"> <xs:element name="Assets"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element ref="TOCNode"/> <xs:element ref="Text"/> <xs:element ref="Quiz"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="TOCNode"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element ref="PackageName"/> <xs:element ref="NodeName"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="PackageName"> <xs:complexType/> </xs:element> <xs:element name="NodeName"> <xs:complexType/> </xs:element> <xs:element name="Quiz"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element ref="name"/> <xs:element ref="Question"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="Question"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element maxOccurs="unbounded" ref="Text"/> <xs:element maxOccurs="unbounded" ref="Answer"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="Answer"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element ref="Text"/> </xs:sequence> <xs:attribute name="correct" use="required" type="xs:boolean"/> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="Text"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element ref="name"/> <xs:element ref="TextData"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="TextData" type="xs:NMTOKEN"/> <xs:element name="name"> <xs:complexType/> </xs:element></xs:schema>xml:<Assets xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="schema1.xsd"> <TOCNode> <PackageName></PackageName> <NodeName></NodeName> </TOCNode> <Text> <name></name> <TextData>-</TextData> </Text> <Quiz> <name></name> <Question> <Text> <name></name> <TextData>-</TextData> </Text> <Text> <name></name> <TextData>-</TextData> </Text> <Answer correct="true"> <Text> <name></name> <TextData>-</TextData> </Text> </Answer> <Answer correct="false"> <Text> <name></name> <TextData>-</TextData> </Text> </Answer> </Question> </Quiz></Assets>Sample xml and Schema:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><!DOCTYPE Part []><?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="sample.xsl"?><Part> <H1>Unit 1: Subjects, Predicates, and Sentences</H1> <P>Lesson 1</P> <Sect> <H2>Kinds of Sentences: Declarative and Interrogative</H2> <P>A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. All sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a punctuation mark. Different kinds of sentences have different purposes.</P> <P>A declarative sentence makes a statement. It ends with a period.</P> <P>Last summer I went on a long trip.</P> <P>An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.</P> <P>Where did you go on your vacation?</P> <P>Exercise 1 Insert a period if the sentence is declarative. Insert a question mark if it is interrogative.</P> <P>My family and I went to Alaska .</P> <L> <LI> <LI_Label>1.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Have you ever been that far north ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>2.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Alaska is a wonderful and wild state .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>3.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Isn’t it the largest state in the union ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>4.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Was the weather hotter than you expected ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>5.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Some days were so warm that I wore shorts .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>6.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>In some parts of Alaska, the sun never sets in summer .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>7.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Summers in Alaska don’t last very long .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>8.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Are Alaskan winters as cold as they say ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>9.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The ground under much of Alaska is permanently frozen .</LI_Title> </LI> </L> <L> <LI> <LI_Label>10.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>How can animals live in such a cold climate ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>11.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>All the animals in Alaska are equipped for the cold .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>12.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Did you see any bears in Alaska ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>13.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>We saw a lot of brown bears at Katmai National Monument .</LI_Title> </LI> </L> <P>Name ___________________________________________________ Class _________ Date ____________________</P> <P>Grammar</P> <P>Copyright © by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill</P> <L> <LI> <LI_Label>14.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Male brown bears can be as tall as ten feet .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>15.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Can an animal that big move very fast ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>16.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>A brown bear can run as fast as twenty-five miles per hour .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>17.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Do you think you’d be afraid of a brown bear ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>18.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Did you know that the highest mountain in North America is in Alaska ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>19.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The mountain is called Denali .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>20.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>What does Denali mean ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>21.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Denali is a Native American word that means “the great one” .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>22.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>At one time only Native Americans lived in Alaska .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>23.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Who were the first white settlers in Alaska ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>24.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Russians built a settlement on Kodiak Island in 1784 .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>25.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Why did the Russians want to settle in Alaska ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>26.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>They went there to look for furs .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>27.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Russia sold Alaska to the United States in 1867 .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>28.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>How much did the United States pay for Alaska ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>29.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Alaska cost the United States $7.2 million .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>30.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Does that seem like a lot of money to you ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>31.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>When did Americans begin going to Alaska ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>32.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Americans began going to Alaska during the 1890s and 1900s .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>33.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>They went there to look for gold .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>34.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Large amounts of “black gold” were discovered in Alaska in 1968 .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>35.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>What is “black gold” ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>36.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>“Black gold” is another name for oil .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>37.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Alaska also has coal, platinum, copper, and uranium .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>38.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Did you take many pictures during your trip ?</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>39.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>I took a great shot of an eagle catching a salmon .</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>40.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Do you want to see some other pictures I took ?</LI_Title> </LI> </L> <P>48 Grammar and Language Workbook, Grade 6</P> <P>Lesson 2</P> </Sect> <Sect> <H2>Kinds of Sentences: Exclamatory and Imperative</H2> <P>Copyright © by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill</P> <P>In addition to declarative and interrogative sentences, there are two other types of sentences. An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. It ends with an exclamation point.</P> <P>I never saw so much traffic!</P> <P>An imperative sentence commands someone to do something. The subject you is understood. An imperative sentence can end with either a period or an exclamation point.</P> <P>(You) Look both ways before crossing the street. (You) Look out!</P> <P>Exercise 1 Write exc. in the blank before each exclamatory sentence and imp. before each imperative sentence.</P> <Table> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>That alarm clock is too loud!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>1. Give the orange juice to Cecilia.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>2. How sleepy I am!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>3. What a funny dream I had last night!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>4. I can hardly wait for the dance!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>5. Please don’t talk so loudly.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>6. Tell Kwasi that it’s time to get up.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>7. Put the timer where you’ll be sure to see it.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>8. I love peanut butter sandwiches!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>9. The toast is burning!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>10. Give this bottle to the baby.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>11. Becky spilled all her cereal!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>12. Mop it up with a paper towel.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>13. Help me set the table.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>14. I’m in trouble if I’m late for school!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>15. Jan forgot to do her math homework!</TD> </TR> </Table> <P>Grammar</P> <P>Copyright © by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill</P> <P>Name ___________________________________________________ Class _________ Date ____________________</P> <Table> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>16. Please take these books back to the library.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>17. Pour some more milk for Ricardo.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>18. How I would love to be a rock star!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>19. Get that cat off the table!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>20. The puppy chewed a hole in my sock!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>21. Pull up the anchor so we can be on our way.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>22. Gordo is such a cute puppy!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>23. Take these old magazines to your art teacher.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>24. Be careful not to drop the plates.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>25. My new sneakers are covered with mud!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>26. Comb Tina’s hair and put a ribbon in it.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>27. I wish Dad would drive us to school!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>28. I can’t believe you ate all of that!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>29. Oh, no, the car won’t start!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>30. Make sure you have enough air in your bike tires.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>31. Put your dishes in the sink before you leave.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>32. Don’t forget to call me when you get home.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>33. I dropped my ring into the sink!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>exc.</TH> <TD>34. You spilled juice on the floor!</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>35. Make sure you tie your shoes before jogging.</TD> </TR> <TR> <TH>imp.</TH> <TD>36. Put this apple in your pocket.</TD> </TR> </Table> <P>Writing Link Write a paragraph explaining how to play a game. Use exclamatory and imperative sentences.</P> <P>50 Grammar and Language Workbook, Grade 6</P> <P>Lesson 3</P> </Sect> <Sect> <H2>Subjects and Predicates: Simple and Complete</H2> <P>Copyright © by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill</P> <P>Every sentence has two parts: a subject and a predicate. The subject part of a sentence names whom or what the sentence is about. The predicate part of a sentence tells what the subject does or has. It can also describe what the subject is or is like.</P> <P>SUBJECT PART PREDICATE PART The mountain climbers reached the peak.</P> <P>The complete subject is all of the words in the subject part of a sentence. The complete predicate is all of the words in the predicate part of a sentence.</P> <P>COMPLETE SUBJECT COMPLETE PREDICATE The horse’s black mane was blowing in the wind.</P> <P>The simple subject is the main person or thing in the subject part of a sentence. The simple predicate is the main word or group of words in the predicate part of a sentence.</P> <P>SIMPLE SUBJECT SIMPLE PREDICATEThe horse’s black mane was blowing in the wind.</P> <P>Exercise 1 Draw one line under each complete subject and two lines under each complete predicate.</P> <P>The bottle of milk is in the refrigerator.</P> <L> <LI> <LI_Label>1.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>That little dog is following us to school.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>2.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Brian forgot his flute.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>3.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The yellow canary fell in love with the shiny mirror.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>4.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Those plaid slacks are much too long for me.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>5.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Kisha hated the movie.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>6.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The big, shaggy animals in the pen are yaks.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>7.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The girl’s long red hair shone in the sun.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>8.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The Yellow Hornets won the softball game.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>9.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>My cousin Diana hit the ball right over the fence.</LI_Title> </LI> </L> <P>10. A sudden rainstorm ended the game.</P> <P>Name ___________________________________________________ Class _________ Date ____________________</P> <P>Grammar</P> <P>Copyright © by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill</P> <L> <LI> <LI_Label>11.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>He spilled the popcorn on the person in front of him.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>12.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Franco walked home alone.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>13.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The fire engine raced by on the way to a fire.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>14.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Dad’s tie was ruined by the gooey mess.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>15.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The red construction paper is in the cabinet.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>16.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Captain Kidd was a fearsome pirate.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>17.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The band played for two hours.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>18.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The small boat sank in the big waves.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>19.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The brave soldier was rescued.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>20.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Alison’s stepmother teaches English at the high school.</LI_Title> </LI> </L> <P>Exercise 2 Draw one line under each simple subject and two lines under each simple predicate.</P> <P>I am twelve years old today.</P> <L> <LI> <LI_Label>1.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Marco was born in Venice, Italy.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>2.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Chanel’s father traded his used car for a new one.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>3.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>He traveled all the way to China by himself.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>4.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Those two were the first to cross the finish line.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>5.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>In March, I returned all of my library books.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>6.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>At least one hundred people waited in line.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>7.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>He told his little sister a bedtime story.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>8.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Scott’s cousin lost his favorite jacket.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>9.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The diagram showed three secret passageways.</LI_Title> </LI> </L> <L> <LI> <LI_Label>10.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Chen’s nickname was “Louisville Slugger.”</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>11.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Marina never told people her secret.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>12.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The musician strummed the guitar quietly.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>13.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Christopher read every book by his favorite author.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>14.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The red skirt cost more than the blue skirt.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>15.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The Buckeroos made Gary an honorary member of the team.</LI_Title> </LI> </L> <P>52 Grammar and Language Workbook, Grade 6</P> <P>Lesson 4</P> </Sect> <Sect> <H2>Subjects and Predicates: Compound</H2> <P>Copyright © by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill</P> <P>Some sentences have more than one simple subject or simple predicate. A compound subject is two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The simple subjects are joined by and, or, or but.</P> <P>Mummies and art objects are found in Egyptian tombs.</P> <P>A compound predicate is two or more simple predicates that have the same subject. The simple predicates are connected by and, or, or but.</P> <P>The archaeologists excavated the tomb and discovered the treasure.</P> <P>Some sentences have both a compound subject and a compound predicate.</P> <P>The pharaoh and his wife loved the people and did many good works.</P> <P>Exercise 1 Draw one line under the compound subject and two lines under the simple predicate that they share.</P> <P>Volcanoes and earthquakes cause great destruction.</P> <L> <LI> <LI_Label>1.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Rome and Florence are two cities in Italy.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>2.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Both Sara and Caroline were chosen for the team.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>3.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Cinders and ashes rose from the fire.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>4.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>People and animals mingle at the zoo.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>5.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Historians, archaeologists, and tourists love to explore ancient ruins.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>6.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Paintings and other objects were on display at the museum.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>7.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Smoke and car exhaust pollute the air.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>8.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Hot dogs and hamburgers sizzled on the grill.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>9.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>In Egypt mummies and pyramids are favorite subjects of study.</LI_Title> </LI> </L> <L> <LI> <LI_Label>10.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>My uncle and brother visited me in the hospital.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>11.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>In the summer Shama and I swim every day.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>12.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Gold and silver cost more than copper.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>13.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>Food and dishes filled the table.</LI_Title> </LI> <LI> <LI_Label>14.</LI_Label> <LI_Title>The doctor and her nurse waited for the next patient.</LI_Title> </LI> </L> </Sect></Part><?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><xs:schema xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" elementFormDefault="qualified"> <xs:element name="Part"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element ref="H1"/> <xs:element ref="P"/> <xs:element maxOccurs="unbounded" ref="Sect"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="H1" type="xs:string"/> <xs:element name="Sect"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element ref="H2"/> <xs:choice maxOccurs="unbounded"> <xs:element ref="P"/> <xs:element ref="L"/> <xs:element ref="Table"/> </xs:choice> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="H2" type="xs:string"/> <xs:element name="L"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element maxOccurs="unbounded" ref="LI"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="LI"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element ref="LI_Label"/> <xs:element ref="LI_Title"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="LI_Label" type="xs:decimal"/> <xs:element name="LI_Title" type="xs:string"/> <xs:element name="Table"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element maxOccurs="unbounded" ref="TR"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="TR"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element ref="TH"/> <xs:element ref="TD"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="TH" type="xs:NCName"/> <xs:element name="TD" type="xs:string"/> <xs:element name="P" type="xs:string"/></xs:schema>-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thank You!kamal
  7. Hi,I'm new to schema writing. I have xml doc. like this-----------------------------------------------------------------XML Doc: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><Assets><TOCNode><PackageName></PackageName> <NodeName></NodeName></TOCNode><Text><name></name><TextData>- <![CDATA[]]></TextData></Text><Quiz><name></name><Question><Text><name></name><TextData>- <![CDATA[]]></TextData></Text><Text><name></name><TextData>- <![CDATA[]]></TextData></Text><Answer correct="true"><Text><name></name><TextData>- <![CDATA[]]></TextData></Text></Answer><Answer correct="false"><Text><name></name><TextData>- <![CDATA[]]></TextData></Text></Answer></Question></Quiz></Assets>---------------------------------------------------------------xml schema<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><xs:schema xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"><xs:element name="Assets" type="xs:string"> <xs:element name="Text" type="xs:string"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element name="name" type="xs:string"/> <xs:element name="TextData" type="xs:string"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element name="TOCNode" type="xs:string"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element name="PackageName" type="xs:string"/> <xs:element name="NodeName" type="xs:string"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="Quiz" type="xs:string"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element name="Name" type="xs:string"/> <xs:element name="Question" type="xs:string"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence><xs:element name="Text" type="xs:string"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element name="name" type="xs:string"/> <xs:element name="TextData" type="xs:string"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> <xs:element name="Answer" type="xs:string"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element name="Text" type="xs:string"> <xs:complexType> <xs:sequence> <xs:element name="name" type="xs:string"/> <xs:element name="TextData" type="xs:string"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> </xs:sequence> <xs:attribute name="correct" type="xs:string" use="required"/> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> </xs:sequence> </xs:complexType> </xs:element> </xs:schema>-------------------------------------------Please help me for the right schema...Thanks in advancekamal
  8. sam.surya

    xml to excel

    Hi,Can u provide sample file on this.Regards,kamal
  9. Dear boen,I have a xml file which contains unwanted metadata taggings.Shall i edit those taggings by using xsl.Can you please brief the difference between xsl and xslt.Can you provide sample file for xslt conversion.I'm waiting for your fruitful reply!Thanks in advance!Regards,Kamal
  10. sam.surya

    PDF to XML

    Hello,I have come across xmp related issue.who has knowledge in those come forward to help me.Actually, i tried to convert the Pdf content into xml data.But the metadata (taggings) are predefined.I want to load my schema while converting the pdf into xml.Finally i got a solution from acrobat 7.0 professional that "we can change the metadata by inserting updated xmp file". I dont have prior knowledge in handling such file type.Please suggest me for the best! Regards,Kamal
  11. No, by using xslt, i tried convert to one xml document format to another format.Just like, in Pre-press activity they composing(allign) the text by means of pagination softwares.I want the same by means of xslt.can you get me now.cheers,kamal.
  12. Hi boen,I come across this, but i cant get clear, can i find any example files regarding this transformation of one xml data to another xml document.I am in KG on this aspects. help me.
  13. ok thanks yaar! i ll keep up in the future.can you give info on ajax.
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