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Basic Sentence Patterns (EdTech Requirement)

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Transcript of Basic Sentence Patterns (EdTech Requirement)

Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
- differentiate the sentence patterns
- identify and analyze the use of each sentence part
- expand the basic sentence pattern. Basic Sentence Patterns 1. S-IV or S-IV-Modifier 5. S-TV-DO-OC Subject-Intransitive Verb (S-IV) or
Subject-Intransitive Verb-Modifier (S-IV-Modifier)

Subject – the part of the sentence about which something is said.
Intransitive Verb- verb which does not need an object to receive
the action.
Modifier- an adverb used to modify the verb

EXAMPLES :
The speaker of the house spoke.
S IV
The speaker spoke with sarcasm.
S IV Modifier

Subject-Transitive Verb-Direct Object

Transitive Verb- verb which needs an object to receive the action.
Direct Object- the word after the transitive verb that answers the question what or who.

EXAMPLES:
The gardener waters the plants.
S TV DO
The students clean the classroom.
S TV DO

Subject-Linking Verb-Complement 3. S-LV-C

Indirect Object- word written between the verb and the direct object

EXAMPLES:
Father told me the secret of the game.
S TV IO DO
Cora gave the boy a box of candies.
S TV IO DO 4. S-TV-IO-DO 2. S-TV-DO Linking Verb- connect the subject of the verb to additional information about the subject Complement- word that describe the subject.

EXAMPLES:
She is awesome.
S LV C
I was absent from class.
S LV C Subject-Transitive Verb-Indirect object-Direct object Subject-Transitive Verb-Direct Object-Objective Complement Objective Complement- refers to the object in such a
way that the two are understood to be the
same.
EXAMPLES:
The boys made Pedro the captain.
S TV DO OC
The class elected Ema as president.
S TV DO OC
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