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Language Arts Rewind

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Charisma Bell

on 4 April 2013

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3rd Period Language Arts Rewind Language Arts Skills By: Maya, Charisma, Addison, Kennedy, Tabitha, & Taylor Object Pronouns- Are pronouns that refer to the object in the sentence.
Ex. the direct object, if any, in the sentence.
Subject Pronouns- Are pronouns that refer to the subject of the sentence.
Ex. Sammy is the subject, he can take the place of Sammy.
Indefinite Pronouns- Are pronouns that do not refer to one person or thing.
Ex. The words all, another, any, anybody,anything, each, everybody, everything, many, nobody, none, some, somebody are all indefinite pronouns.
Possessive Pronouns- Are pronouns that show/indicate ownership of a thing.
Ex. The word "mine" is a possessive pronoun because it is showing that that thing belongs to that person or thing.
Demonstrative Pronouns- Are used to represent a thing or things.
Ex. The steak is tasty/ This is tasty.
This is refering to the steak.
Reflexive Pronouns- Are pronouns that are used when the object of the sentence is the same as the subject.
Ex. I hurt myself/ Myself is the reflexive pronoun.
Personal Pronouns- These pronouns represent specific types of groups they are based on gender, number, person, and case.
I like coffee is in 1st person
Mariah helped me is in 3rd person. Pronouns Rules
When the subject is plural you DO NOT add an -s
When the subject is not plural you DO add an -s
Either the physicians in this hospital or the chief administrator ____ going to have to make a decision.
The correct answer is "A" because the word "'or" connects the two words then the subject closer to the verb dictates to number (which causes it to be singular)
2. ______ my boss or my sisters in the union going to win this grievance?
The correct answer is "A" because the subject "my boss" is closer to the verb "is" in the sentence. Subject Verb Agreement Subject: The subject of a sentence is what the sentence is about.
Predicate: The predicate of a sentence that starts with the verb and shows what the subject is doing.
Independant Clause: An independant clause is on that CAN stand alone.
Dependant Clause: A dependant clause is one that CANNOT stand alone.(Usually in complex sentences.)
Fragment: A broken peice of a sentence. Sentence Structure Punctuation Definition: Marks such as a period that are used in writiong to seperate sentences. A guide to help students excel on the Language Arts CRCT! Defintion: When the subject and verb agree in a sentence. Pronouns
Subject-Verb Agreement
Sentence Structure
Punctuation Topics to be Covered EQ: What are the different pronouns and how do they help you? EQ: How can I correctly identify and fix my sentences using subject verb agreement? EQ: How can complete and accurate sentences help me in reading and writing? Definition: The grammatical structure of words in a sentence? EQ: Why is it important to use appropiate punctuation in sentences? Bibliography internet4classrooms.com
Factmonster.com Commas: Used to list things, to make appositives, & seperate clauses.(,)
Period: Used to end sentenses Declairative Sentences.(.)
Exclamation Point: Used to end Exclamatory Sentences.(!)
Question Mark: Used to end Interrogative Sentences.(?)
Parentheses: Used to enclose material that isn't necesarry.
Semi Colon: Used to indicate a compound sentence.
Colon: Introduces a list.
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