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7 Week 12 Distraught (adj): very upset; deeply agitated; crazed Adv: distraughtly
Docile (adj): easily trained or managed; teachable; calm Adv: docilely N: docility
Enthrall (v): to captivate or charm; to put in slavery Adj: enthralling Adv: enthrallingly N: enthrallment
Flagrant (adj): shockingly noticeable; obvious; glaring Adv: flagrantly N: flagrance N: flagrancy
Sullen (adj): showing irritation or ill humor by silence; gloomy or dismal Adv: sullenly N: sullenness
Jargon (n): specialized language concerned with a particular subject, culture, or profession
Exceptional (adj): unusual; extraordinary; unusually excellent Adv: exceptionally N: exception N: exceptionality N: exceptionalness
Compound-Complex sentence: sentence made up of at least 2 independent clauses, plus at least 1 subordinate clause Remember to join clauses correctly! – The city is beautiful, but when night falls, I miss the open, starry sky.
8 Week 4 Fastidious (adj): very particular or demanding; hard to please; requiring great care Adv: fastidiously N: fastidiousness.
7 Week 10 Blatant (adj): obvious; conspicuous Adv: blatantly N: blatancy.
CLIMB OR DIE WRITING AND GRAMMAR. Decoding: un-, re- What is a Prefix?un-untiedunopenedre-recheckedrediscovered.
8 Week 3 Adept (adj): very good something requiring skill or dexterity; expert Adv: adeptly N: adeptness.
BY Connor Coultas. Simple Sentences A simple sentence or independent clause is a subject and predicate that states a complete thought. I love pumpkins.
Run- On Sentences. Sentences: Simple sentences- contains a single clause. Example: The ice melts quickly.
LESSON 17 INCOMPLETE INDEPENDENT CLAUSE. ALL CLAUSES People Need vitamins S V O.
Thursday Review: What are the three sentence structures covered so far this week?
DGP W EDNESDAY Notes. C LAUSES Each clause must have a subject and a verb. Independent clauses (ind cl): Every sentence must have at least one independent.
Simple, compound and complex sentences. What are they? A simple sentence consists of only one clause. A compound sentence consists of two or more.
Clauses and Sentences Independent Clauses, Simple Sentences, and Compound Sentences.
Clauses! NOOOO, Not that one! What is a clause? a group of words containing a subject and predicate and functioning as a member of a complex or compound.
Sentence Structure Ch. 7 p What is sentence structure? The structure of a sentence refers to the kinds and number of clauses it contains. There.
Unit Five. Table of Contents Unit 1: Parts of Speech Unit 2: Phrases, Clauses, and Sentence Structure Unit 3: Simple & Progressive Verbs Unit 4: Perfect.
Classifying Sentence Structures Chart KINDS OF STRCUTUIRES SIMPLECOMPOUNDCOMPLEX # OF INDEPENDENT CLAUSES # OF SUBORDINATE CLAUSES EXAMPLE SENETNCES.
Sentence Analysis Week 2 – DGP for Pre-AP. Monday: Identify parts of speech noun, pronoun, verb, adverb, adjective, article, preposition, conjunction,
7 Week 11 Despondent (adj): hopeless; deeply discouraged or dejected Adv: despondently N: despondence.
Writing Effectively Sentences and Paragraphs. Clauses Independent Clause – Can stand alone as a complete, simple sentence. Subordinate Clause – Contains.
Compound and Compound-Complex Sentences. Complex Sentences A complex sentence has one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses. Examples The.
CLC WRITING STRATEGIES Compound-Complex Sentences.
SIMPLE, COMPOUND, AND COMPLEX SENTENCES SPI Identify sentences with correct use of commas (i.e., series, dates, addresses, friendly letters, compound.
Types of Sentences Review By: Amanda Taylor. Simple, Compound, Complex, Compound-Complex.
Simple and Compound Sentences Meeting 10, 11.
The Sentence. Unit 1 The Sentence What is a sentence? What is a sentence? What are the 4 types of sentences? What are the 4 types of sentences? I. A sentence.
8/01 For use with Technical Editing 3e although, but, however This presentation explains how these words affect sentence structure and punctuation.
Types of sentences There are three main types of sentence. A simple sentence. A compound sentence. A complex sentence.
Although, but, however All of these words join clauses in sentences, but they are different parts of speech. This presentation explains the impact of the.
Compound and Complex Sentences English 9: Mrs. Brown/Mrs. Feger.
Types of Sentences Simple Compound Complex Compound- complex.
ALL SENTENCES CAN BE CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE NUMBER AND KINDS OF CLAUSES THEY CONTAIN. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Complex Sentence.
The first step in identifying the subject and verb of the sentence is determining what type of sentence it is. To understand the sentences, we must.
Subject Pronouns Object pronouns 1. How many subject pronouns are in the English language? List the subject pronouns. 2. What part of speech always follows.
Sentence Structure There will be a Sentence Structure Quiz this Friday, November 7th.
Theme 1 Grammar. Kinds of Sentences Declarative sentence- makes a statement, ends with a period Interrogative sentence- asks a question, ends with.
Sentences Types 2 Now even Sentence-y-er!. Simple Sentences Compound Sentences Independent Clauses Coordinating Conjunctions (Fanboys) ;
SENTENCES. Independent (Main) Clause Has a subject(s) and a verb(s) and expresses a complete thought Can stand alone *Like a complete sentence,
The dog bared his teeth. He started to growl. › The dog bared his teeth and started to growl. › The dog bared his teeth, and he started to growl.
Chapter 18. Writing Complete Sentences Complete sentence: o Has a subject o Has a verb o Expresses a complete thought Sentence fragment : o a word group.
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences. Simple Sentence A simple sentence, also called an independent clause, contains a subject and a verb, and it expresses.
Compare/Contrast Rough Draft 3. Types of Sentences Simple (S) – 1 independent clause & 0 dependent clauses Compound (CD) – 2 or more independent clauses.
Types of Sentences. DeclarativeDeclarative – a sentence that makes a statement or gives information and ends with a period. The New York Yankees is my.
The Clause Mrs. Robilotto 9 CP. Definition THE CLAUSE A group of related words that is used as part of a sentence Contains a verb and its subject Can.
Clauses Independent/Subordinate Adjectives. Kinds of Clauses Independent Clauses Expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a simple sentence.
Sentence Types- Chapter Four English The Simple Sentence Expresses one idea (one subject - verb relationship). Examples: You are spreading rumors.
Varying Sentence Structure References © 2001 by Ruth Luman.
Friday: Review four sentence structures Write examples for each type.
Sentence Types. What is a clause? A clause is a group of words that has a subject and a verb. 2 types of clauses: Independent (main clause): subject.
Sentence Structure: Complex. I can identify complex sentences. I can correctly write complex sentences.
Compound Sentences Two independent clauses joined together by a comma and coordinating conjunction. Independent clauses have a subject, predicate, and.
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