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ed. tech2


Krismae Balansag-Geronimo

on 8 October 2012

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THE SENTENCE - is a group of words expressing a complete thought.

- it begins with a capital letter and ends with a period, a question mark, or an exclamation point. WHAT IS A SENTENCE? - any group of words not expressing a complete thought.

- it is not a sentence. Fragment The SUBJECT is that part of a sentence about which something is said. SUBJECT AND PREDICATE -is that part of a sentence which says something about the subject. THE GIRL THROWS A BALL.

- The word girl is the subject.

-It is the person or thing talked about in the sentence. EXAMPLE THE GIRL THROWS THE BALL.

What word expresses an action in relation to the subject?

Throws is the predicate. EXAMPLE: EXAMPLES:

1. What a sweet child!

2. Where's your mother?

3. Mary goes to school at two thirty. 1. thirteen years old

2. birthday on July

3. you live? PREDICATE The big boxes inside grandfather's cabinet came from Jane.
simple subject simple predicate by: Krismae Roby Geronimo
BSE-3 -the end-

Thank You! KINDS OF SENTENCES - expresses a statement.

- A period follows a declarative sentence. Declarative Sentence 1. The policeman arrested the criminals.

2. They went home in the rain.

3. Luz is a charming girl. Examples: Interrogative Sentence - asks a question.

- a question mark follows an interrogative sentence. 1. How many houses were burned?

2. Who is the singer?

3. Where are they sitting? Examples: - expresses strong or sudden feeling.

- An exclamatory point follows an exclamatory sentence. Exclamatory Sentence 1. Let's cheer for the winner!

2. I'm very glad to see you!

3. Wow! How wonderful it was! Examples: - expresses a command or request.

- A period follows an imperative sentence. Imperative Sentence 1. Don't answer the first five questions.

2. Come home immediately after school.

3. Be honest. Examples: Exercise

Change the sentence into a different mood using the kinds of sentences.

John, your friend gave me flowers. fox
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
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