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Complement Group Game DO, IO, PN, and PA You will need:One white board for your score One white board for your answer One huge helping of attentiveness
The definition of predicate nominative is….A ____(1)____ or ____(2)_____ that ____(3)_____ the subject or means the same thing as _____(4)______. 1) noun 2) pronoun 3) renames 4) the subject
The definition of predicate adjectives is…Words that follow ___(1)____ verbs and ____(2)_____ the subject. (1) linking (2) modify
The first three steps to finding a complement are…1) remove all prepositional phrases 2) find the verb 3) determine if the verb is ACTION or LINKING
Name two major differences between a DO and a PN1) DOs follow action verbs PNs follow linking verbs 2) PNs are the same as the subject DOs are different than the subject
What is the DO? Scales cover a snake’s body.Answer D. body
What is the DO? It also includes alligators.Answer D. alligators
What function does the underlined word haveWhat function does the underlined word have? Snakes lose their fangs periodically. S V DO IO Answer A. Subject
What function does the underlined word haveWhat function does the underlined word have? The hardy crocodile can survive droughts. S V DO IO Answer C. DO
What function does the underlined word haveWhat function does the underlined word have? Crocodiles inhabit large areas in Asia S V DO IO Answer B. Verb
What is the DO? We saw alligators and crocodiles at the zoo.We/alligators Saw Crocodiles/zoo Alligators/crocodiles Answer D.
DO, IO, PN, or PA? They gave the winner a trophy.Answer B.
They are reptiles. DO IO PN PA Answer C.
Some species shed their skin.DO IO PN PA Answer A.
The long, thin cobra is olive brown.DO IO PN PA Answer D.
A snake charmer must remain calm.DO IO PN PA Answer D.
The lizard eats crickets and other bugs.IO PN PA Answer A.
The mothers feed their babies small larvae.DO IO PN PA Answer B.
The committee chose Mr. Lynch as their president.DO IO PN PA Answer A.
The snake can feel slimy.DO IO PN PA Answer D.
We like large, unusual lizards.DO IO PN PA Answer A.
Jacob is a veterinarian.DO IO PN PA Answer C.
I will read my family the report on lizards.DO IO PN PA Answer B.
Cobras are useful to a snake charmer.DO IO PN PA Answer D.
The largest lizard is the Komodo dragon.IO PN PA Answer C.
Name as many linking verbs as you can. (1 point each)Is Are Was Were Be Being been Tastes Feels Looks Smells Sounds Seems Appears Stays Remains Becomes Turns Grows*
DO/IO, PN/PA Practice and Review
Basic Sentence Patterns with Intransitive Verbs
Predicate adjectives & predicate nominatives
Complement Group Game DO IO PN PA. What is the DO? Scales cover a snake’s body. A.Scales B.cover C.snake’s D.body.
More complements Predicate nominatives and adjectives.
Predicate Adjectives and Predicate Nominatives
Verbs– types of verbs & infinitives
Types of Verbs.
Parts of a Sentence Review. Define each of the following: Adjective Adjective Modifies a noun Modifies a noun Adverb Adverb Modifies a verb, adverb, and.
COMPLEMENTS A complement is a word or a group of words that completes the meaning of a verb. Two kinds of complements are: Subject complements and objects.
Transitive/Intransitive Verbs Module 4 Notes Examples from:
The word complement comes from the Latin word complere which means “to fill up or complete”. Complements COMPLETE the meaning of a verb.
00 FINDING COMPLEMENTS First find the verb and label it action or linking.
Today’s Learning Objective: I will be able to identify a complement and a direct object in a sentence.
10/24 LINKING VERBS: A REVIEW. Linking verbs are verbs that do not show action. They express a state or condition. These verbs link to the subject.
Nominative & Objective Cases p The Nominative Case Nominative = S, PA or PN The nominative form of a personal pronoun is used when a pronoun.
Grammar Rules. Pronouns 1.Use as a S, DO, PN, or IO 2.Personal pronouns may be adjectives 3.Relative pronouns may introduce adjective clauses.
Linking Verbs. Linking verb… Connects the subject of a sentence with a noun or adjective in the predicate. –Am, is, are, was, were, be, being, been –Become,
V = verb: in this case, a linking verb S = subject: noun or pronoun performing the action PN = predicate nominatives: comes after a linking verb.
Complements No, not the kind where you say something nice about someone else.
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