Decide which THEIR/THERE/THEY’RE or YOUR/YOU’RE is needed in the sentence.
Hey, I didn’t see you their/there/they’re!
I know your/you’re busy but I was wondering if we could talk?
What’s your/you’re opinion of the game?
I found their/there/they’re things over their/there/they’re
- 2. their
- 2. there
- 2. they're
It’s none of your/you’re business whether their/there/they're dating!
Summary - Chapter 14
• Katniss spots Rue pointing to a high wasp's nest, likely containing tracker jackers, which are deadly Capitol-created mutations. • She plans to drop the nest on the tributes below during the anthem but is interrupted as the anthem ends, deciding to wait until morning. • Katniss receives burn ointment as a gift from her sponsors and her burns begin to heal overnight. • In the morning, she drops the nest, causing chaos among the tributes, and retrieves Glimmer's bow and arrows but is confronted by Peeta. He warns her then pushes her to run as Cato approaches. • Katniss eventually collapses and blacks out due to the venom from the tracker jacker stings.
Summary - Chapter 15
• Katniss wakes up after a day or two, realizing Peeta saved her life and wonders why. She gets a bow and arrows, feeling hopeful in the Games. • She searches for water, finds a stream, and meets Rue, who helps with her stings using a plant remedy. Rue shares the harsh reality of District 11's agricultural workers. • They take inventory of their equipment; Rue reveals night-vision glasses stolen by a boy who was killed for them. They sleep in a tree together for warmth. • Katniss learns the Careers are camped by the lake and devises a plan to potentially disrupt their supplies, believing it would weaken them.
Summary - Chapter 16
• Katniss strategises on how to sabotage the Careers' supplies while Rue sleeps nearby, considering how their lifetime of being well-fed may be a disadvantage. • Katniss wakes up to the sound of a cannon, signallinganother tribute's death. • Katniss and Rue hunt together, and Katniss gathers crucial information about the Careers' camp, including the suspiciously light guard on their food. • Katniss learns more about Rue, her background as the oldest of six children, her love for music, and her unique role in spreading a signal song with the mockingjays. • In the afternoon, Katniss and Rue devise a plan to attack the Careers' supplies. Rue creates distractions with campfires, while Katniss plans to make her move. • Rue teaches Katniss the Mockingjay song, which will serve as a signal of her safety when they execute their plan.
Write as many themes in The Hunger Games as you can…