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Parts of a Sentence

Complements, Direct Objects, Indirect Objects
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Rebekah Whigham

on 25 October 2012

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Ms. Whigham
October 25, 2012 Parts of a Sentence Complements A word or group of words that COMPLETES the meaning of a verb
Pay close attention to the verb. Is it a linking verb or an action verb? Subject Complements 1. DESCRIBING the subject (predicate adj)
2. RENAMING the subject (predicate nominative) Objects Objects do not rename or describe
Objects take the action so you ONLY find them with action verbs. Direct Objects To find the direct object:
1. Identify the action verb
2. Ask "What?" with the verb Indirect Objects Once you find the direct object, ask "to whom or for whom" to find the indirect object.
The indirect object will NEVER be in a prepositional phrase.
There may not always be an indirect object. Example: Renaming the Subject= Predicate Nominative 1. Example:
Mr. Duncan teaches the class. Direct Objects: 1. Example:
Trey gives his friends cupcakes for his birthday. Indirect Objects: You will be shown four video clips. For each clip, you will be instructed to write sentences describing the clip using what we have learned today. We will pass these up at the end of the class. More Practice: Conclusion. Questions? Complements The boy is a musician. Boy= Subject
is= verb
musician= complement Word or group of words that complete the meaning of a LINKING VERB by either: 1. Example:
That young man is diligent and intelligent. 1. Describing the subject- Predicate Adjective Subject= Man
Verb= is (linking verb)
Predicate Adjective= Diligent and Intelligent 1. Example:
That young man is a student at our school. Subject=Man
Verb= is (linking verb)
Predicate nominative= student Subject= Mr. Duncan
Verb= teaches (action)
Direct Object= class Subject: Trey
Verb: gives (action)
DO= cupcakes
IO= friends 1. Write one sentence with a predicate nominative. 2. Write a sentence using a predicate adjective. 3. Write one sentence including a direct object. 4. Write a sentence containing both a direct and indirect object. 5. Write a sentence using a predicate adjective.
6. Write a sentence using a predicate nominative. Worksheet 2. Practice: Write a sentence containing a predicate adjective and identify the main parts of the sentence. 2. Practice: Write a sentence containing a predicate nominative and identify the main parts of the sentence. 2. Practice: Write a sentence containing direct object and label the main parts of the sentence. 2. Practice: Write a sentence containing both a direct object and an indirect object. Identify the main parts of the sentence. Workbook pg. 53
19.3
Exercise One In addition:
1. box in the verb
2. circle the direct object
3. underline the indirect object
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