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The Sentence and Its Parts

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Robbie Hines

on 19 September 2013

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The Sentence and Its Parts
Complete Subjects and Predicates
Every complete sentence has two basic parts: a subject and a predicate.

Slipper is the subject, and "the" and "glass" modify "slipper".
To find the complete subject and complete predicate ask:
Cinderella wore a glass slipper.

1. To find the complete subject, ask who or what does something (or is something).
Who wore the glass slipper? Cinderella

2. To find the complete predicate, ask what the subject does (or is).
What did Cinderella do? Wore the glass slipper
Professional Model
You Try!
is a group of words that expresses a complete thought!
Cinderella wore a glass slipper.
Let me show you!
Frank Lloyd Wright designed an unusual home in the Pennsylvania woods.

The owners called the house Fallingwater.

Sections of the house jut over a waterfall.
Let's try together!
Its stone walls blend in with the natural surroundings.

More than 130,000 people visit the site each year.

Tourists can see a very different house near Spring Green, Wisconsin.
Page 7 in Language Network book
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