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Independent or Dependent? Identifying Clauses
Independent Clauses Have both a subject and predicate Can stand alone as a complete sentence. He fell off of his bike when the car almost hit him.
Dependent Clauses Have both a subject and predicate Cannot stand alone as a complete sentence. He fell off of his bike when the car almost hit him.
Let’s practice … I’m going to show you a sentence, and you will decide if the underlined part is a DEPENDENT CLAUSE or INDEPENDENT CLAUSE.
If it’s INDEPENDENT …
If it’s DEPENDENT …
Independent or Dependent? Annie usually takes a shower before school, but today there was no hot water.
Independent or Dependent? INDEPENDENT Annie usually takes a shower before school, but today there was no hot water.
Independent or Dependent? Before she knew how to walk, Elsie used to scoot around on her bottom.
Independent or Dependent? DEPENDENT Before she knew how to walk, Elsie used to scoot around on her bottom.
Independent or Dependent? My family’s dream is to travel to the beautiful state of New Mexico.
Independent or Dependent? Trick Question!!! It’s a PHRASE My family’s dream is to travel to the beautiful state of New Mexico.
Independent or Dependent? The class hoped that the teacher would quit torturing them soon, but she had one more sentence.
Independent or Dependent? INDEPENDENT The class hoped that the teacher would quit torturing them soon, but she had one more sentence.
Independent or Dependent? Although you may not enjoy grammar, it is an important skill to master in order to be a good writer.
Independent or Dependent? DEPENDENT Although you may not enjoy grammar, it is an important skill to master in order to be a good writer.
Kinds of Sentences. There are TWO different categories of sentence types. Within each category, there are FOUR different kinds of sentences. IMPORTANT!!!
Main and Subordinate Clauses. Clauses A clause is a group of words that has a subject and a predicate and functions as a part of a sentence or as a whole.
Sentence Structure Phrases, Independent Clauses, and Dependent Clauses.
SENTENCE STRUCTURE PHRASES, INDEPENDENT CLAUSES, AND DEPENDENT CLAUSES.
Compound and Complex Sentences EQ. What is the difference between compound and complex sentences?
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
Oh My!. A group of two or more grammatically related words that forms a unit. Does NOT have a subject and a verb. Does NOT express a complete thought.
Grammar: The Sentence. Why is this important? Find the sentence. 1.Throughout people’s ears grow entire their lives. 2.Grow throughout people’s entire.
Lets Review: A Clause is a unit of grammatical organization next below the sentence in rank and in traditional grammar said to consist of a subject and.
CLAUSES AND PHRASES; COMPLEX SENTENCES THEME 2 LESSON 9.
Sentences Simple, compound, complex Simple sentences subject + verb.
Compound and Complex Sentences. Simple Sentence A simple sentence is a complete thought. It has a complete subject and a complete predicate. Example:
Sentence Types. A sentence can be defined as a group of words expressing a complete thought. A clause is defined as a group of words containing a subject.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1
First Grade Spelling Words the of and a to in.
List A Sight Words. the of and it he me by.
Dependent or Subordinate Clauses and Independent Clauses What are they? How do you I know which is which? What do they look like in sentences?
A clause is a word group that contains a verb and its subject and that is used as a sentence or as a part of a sentence.
Fry Frequently Used Word List Can you read each word before it changes?
1 Complex Sentences However Even though Which Where Whose Although That Because While Since Whether As long as Until So that If UnlessOnce Before.
Personal Pronouns A pronoun is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns. The most frequently used pronouns are called personal pronouns. They.
High-Frequency Sight Words First 100 Words. the of.
CLAUSES Grammar for Writing CLAUSES. DEFINITION Clause is a group of related words that contains at least one subject and one verb and is used as a sentence.
Complex Sentences. Contain one independent clause Contain one dependent clause.
STANDARD 6B. Every complete sentence contains two parts: a subject and a predicate. The subject is what (or whom) the sentence is about, while the predicate.
Sight Words - List A Words a all about.
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES Barry Review What is a phrase? A phrase is a group of related words that functions as a single part of speech and that does.
Clauses Look at your Grammar Flow Chart Every Subject/Verb Pair creates a CLAUSE There are TWO kinds of Clauses – Independent – Dependent What do those.
All About Sentence Parts (and why you care) Take Notes on this: Define “clause” Define “phrase” Define and differentiate 2 types of clauses Identify.
First Grade Sight Words Ready…. Set…. Go…... the.
» Subordinate (or dependent) clauses are a group of words that: ˃Contains a subject and a predicate (verb) but CANNOT stand alone as a complete thought.
SENTENCES. What are the different styles of sentences? In order for your writing to be interesting, you will need to vary the styles of sentences that.
Independent and Subordinate Clauses What They Are and How to Use Them.
Hope you enjoy. Grammar From page 1 till 20. Please listen it is the lessons İn the book. No talking please. Hope you enjoy. Grammar From page 1 till 20.
Grammar The “4 – Level” Analysis. The 4 - Levels Jack ate a delicious sandwich. Level 1 – parts of speech Level 2 – parts of a sentence Level 3 – phrases.
Subordinating & Coordinating Conjunctions. Importance Subordinating & coordinating conjunctions are important because they join different clauses to form.
Adjective and adverb clauses What are they? How do they make my writing more effective? Why do I need to know this?
Subordinate Adverbial Clauses. Subordinate Clauses A clause is a group of words with a subject and a verb. A subordinate clause cannot stand alone.
Phrases and Clauses Before you can master sentence structure and use commas correctly, you need to know a bit about phrases and clauses.
Grammar Review. Clause vs. Phrase Clause: A group of related words with both a subject and a verb. May or may not be able to stand on its own. Phrase:
SUBJECT, PREDICATE, CLAUSES. Sentence Complete subject + complete predicate. A complete thought that is properly punctuated. Example: Chris Johnson,
Sentence Structure: Clauses, Phrases, and Modifiers Chapter 5, Lesson 1.
Interjections An interjection is a word or phrase used to express emotion.
Clause (Not Santa) Definition: A group of words that contains a subject and a verb.
Grammar 2 The Second Semester Clauses Presented by Dr. Mohamed Sha’at.
Commas Introductory Material and Other Common Usages.
Using Dependent Clauses. Combining Clauses Ways to combine independent clauses: comma coordinating Conj. (FANBOYS): The man jumped inside his car, but.
And how to tell the difference…. How to tell the difference… Independent (main) Clause Subordinate (dependent) Clause Phrase Has a subject and verb Forms.
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