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SENTENCE STRUCTURE 101
Transcript of SENTENCE STRUCTURE 101
What is a sentence?
A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought.
Every sentence includes a subject. The subject of a sentence tells who or what is being talked about in the sentence. A sentence is not complete without a subject.
A simple predicate tells what the subject is or is doing.
Design activity to practice identifying simple and compound sentences.
A simple sentence consists of a single independent clause: one subject and one verb.
A singular subject is one person, place or thing.
A plural subject is more than one person, place or thing.
A compound sentence consists of two simple sentences joined by and, but, or or.
A compound predicate consists of two or more simple predicates that have the same subject.
Strategy 1: Matching with note cards
Strategy 2: Practice sheets
Strategy 3: Quizlet app