Presentation on theme: "What is a Sentence? Objective Distinguish between complete sentence and sentence fragments."— Presentation transcript:
What is a Sentence? Objective Distinguish between complete sentence and sentence fragments.
Read the sentence below. Whom or what is the sentence about? What happened? The hottest flames clawed up the trunks of large trees.
A sentence is a group of words that tell a complete thought. In order to tell a complete thought, a sentence must tell who or what. It must also tell what is or what happened. Who or What HappenedWhat Is or What Happened Mr. Nolanrolled up the sleeping bags. Our your back packis to heavy!
SentenceNot a Sentence Jason Likes campingLikes camping by the lake. Our new tent leaks.Our new green tent.
Which group of words are sentences? Which are not sentences? At Yellowstone National Park. The park has famous hot springs. The firs national park in the world. Flows through the park into the canyon. Many different kinds of wildlife. Jason’s family camped at Yellowstone. They saw a fossil forest. Hot springs, waterfalls, and canyons.
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