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Week Seventeen Guide (English Vocab)

This is the visual portion of the project, to see the audio piece of the project-- the links will be provided.
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Liz Sherwood

on 17 September 2012

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Transcript of Week Seventeen Guide (English Vocab)

English Vocab Week 17 Simplified MONDAY GUFFKULFUHWALEFIU we wanted to play soccer however our friends wanted to listen to music BELOW IS YOUR SENTENCE Identify parts of speech Label these words with- NOUN, PRONOUN (TYPE AND CASE), VERB (TYPE AND TENSE), ADVERB, ADJECTIVE, PREPOSITION, CONJUNCTION (TYPE), GERUND, PARTICIPLE, INFINITIVE, ARTICLE. Tuesday we wanted to play soccer however our friends wanted to listen to music Label each word using: SUBJECT, VERB (TRANSITIVE OR INTRANSITIVE), DIRECT OBJECT, INDIRECT OBJECT, PREDICATE NOMINATIVE, PREDICATE ADJECTIVE, APPOSITIVE OR APPOSITIVE PHRASE, PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE (ADJECTIVE OR ADVERB), GERUND PHRASE, INFINITIVE PHRASE, PARTICIPLE PHRASE, OBJECT OF PREPOSITION, OBJECT OF INFINITIVE, OBJECT OF GERUND, OBJECT OF PARTICIPLE. Example: we is a(nominative pronoun) Identify sentence parts WEDNESDAY Identify clauses and sentence type we wanted to play soccer however our friends wanted to listen to music Label the phrase as either: independent, adverb dependent, adjective dependent, noun dependent; simple, compound, complex, compound-complex. example: we is the subject example: we wanted to play soccer, is an INDEPENDENT PHRASE. What did we want to do? Play soccer. The sentence can stand on it's own without question Thursday add punctuation and capitalization we wanted to play soccer however our friends wanted to listen to music. Add: commas, semicolons, apostrophes, underlining, quotation marks example: we would be CAPITALIZED (We) because it is the beginning of your sentence. Friday Diagram the sentence we wanted to play soccer however our friends wanted to listen to music ANSWERS MONDAY: we (1st person pronoun) wanted (adverb past) to play (infinitive) soccer (noun) however (adverb) our (1st person possessive pronoun) friends (noun) wanted (adverb past) to listen (infinitive) to (preposition) music (noun) Tuesday: we (subject) wanted (transitive verb) to play soccer (infinitive) however (conjunction) our friends (subject) wanted (transitive verb) to listen to music (infinitive) Wednesday: we wanted to play soccer (independent) however our (compound) friends wanted to listen to music (independent) Thursday: We wanted to play soccer, however, our friends wanted to listen to music. Friday: Diagram the sentence: Look at TUESDAY'S lesson and put the fragments of the sentence into the correct places. (see answers if you do not understand) Sorry, I know it's flipped, but I can't get it to turn and this project is due in an hour. By: Katelyn Murray and Liz Sherwood
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