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Good Writers Build Strong Sentences--Subjects and Verbs

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Sarah Russell

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of Good Writers Build Strong Sentences--Subjects and Verbs

Building Good Sentences Simple Sentences are... Subjects A subject of a sentence is who or what
is doing the action.
-The boy looks at the clouds.
BOY is the SUBJECT
-The cat eats its food.
WRITE the SUBJECT on your table Verb A verb is the action being performed by
the subject.
-The boy looks at the clouds.
LOOKS is the VERB
-The cat eats its food.
WRITE the VERB on your table. So what is a simple sentence? A simple sentence is made up of a subject and a verb.
-Sally sat on the chair.
WRITE SIMPLE on your table if this is a simple sentence, or WRITE NO if it's not a simple sentence.
-In the sky.
WRITE SIMPLE on your table if this is a simple sentence, or WRITE NO if it's not a simple sentence. Now... -WRITE 3 simple sentences on your table.
-RAISE your hand when you are done to
have Mrs. Russell check your sentences.
-SHARE your sentences with your table.
-WRITE your favorite sentence on a
notecard to turn in.
-SMILE because you are one step closer
to becoming a GREAT WRITER!
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