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Complete Sentences

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Lauren Gentry

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of Complete Sentences

Complete Sentences A complete sentence has the following parts: Verb- tells what the subject is doing Complete thought-the reader has a complete picture of what is happening Let's look at a very simple example Punctuation Mark- a symbol that ends the sentence A complete sentence tells us one of three things. Subject- the person, place, thing, or idea that the sentence is about . ! ? *a complete thought *a punctuation mark *a verb *a subject I eat. subject verb punctuation
mark It can tell you who is what. Mrs. Ellis is a mad scientist. A sentence can tell you what is what. Brian is taller than me. A complete sentence can tell us what happens. The students are reading a book. Let's Practice! Is this a complete sentence? Have you eaten breakfast yet? Is this a complete sentence? The large dog with huge paws.
Is this a complete sentence? Could be trouble. Is this a complete sentence? we decided to go to Applebee's for dinner Be careful! There is one exception!! When writing imperative sentences (commands), our subject may be the understood you. Example: Put your books neatly under your desk. Because the person you are talking to is the subject of the demand, it is not necessary to restate that they are the subject. Let's practice!!
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