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Sentence Structure

For school
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Dani Witte

on 16 April 2010

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Transcript of Sentence Structure

Grammar !_! Sentence Format This is a proper sentence. This: (pronoun) - used to indicate
a person
thing
idea
state
event
time "This is my coat". Is: (verb) - form of to be proper (noun) - correct a - indefinite article (one)
a (one) cat
a dog
a desk
an eraser
an orange
a street
a road sentence (noun / subject): a grammatical unit of one or more words This is a proper sentence.

pronoun verb indefinite article adjective noun & subject period (the end) BIG LETTER! noun people places
things verb - the action word! What what is the noun doing? run jump talk sing
hit dance adjectives! - used to talk about
the noun. pretty ugly
short tall pronoun (pro+noun)
before a noun personal (person+al)
I
you
he
she
we
it objective
me
you
her
him
it
us
you
them possessive
mine
his
her
their demonstrative
this
that
these questions
Where
Who
Which
Whom
Why how many - amount
many
some
everything
each That's her cat! Where are you going? This is mine. There are many books Her desk is big. She went shopping. indefinite article subject a person or thing that the sentence talks about The cat ate the dog. definite article subject verb definite article subject # 2
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