6Some examples I have an obsession. My obsession is soccer. (the object of “have”)My obsession is soccer.(the subject of “is”)I am tired of my obsession with soccer.(the object of “of”)
7One more time Write a sentences with: Did you use “athlete” as: the subject of a verb?the object of a verb? orthe object of a preposition?
8Verbs Verbs describe: Different verb tenses show: a state of being an actionI ran to class.a state of beingThe cat is happy.Different verb tenses show:PastI ate a cookie.PresentI am eating a cookie.FutureI will eat a cookie.
9Verbs3 types:Transitive: Takes a direct object that answers the questions what? or who?-I like basketball.Intransitive: Doesn’t take an object-Tony is running.Linking: Links the subject to a compliment (an adjective or noun)-He is famous.-He is an actor.
17Some examples An obsessive athlete practices for hours everyday. (is used before the noun)He is obsessive.(is used after the linking verb “is”)He is an obsessive person.
18One more time Write a sentence with: AthleticDid you put the adjective before a noun or after a linking verb?
19Adverbs Describe or qualify: a verbHe ran quickly.other adverbHe ran very quickly.an adjectiveShe is very pretty.Adverbs can be located in many different places of a sentence.
20Adverbs Answer the questions: How? When? Where Why? He ran quickly. She quietly opened the door.When?Yesterday, I went running.I always exercise after class.WhereIt is under the table.Why?I’m smiling because I’m happy.
21Let’s try againWrite a sentence with:Obsessively
22Some examples He obsessively plays soccer. He plays soccer obsessively.
23One more time Write a sentence with: AthleticallyDoes your adverb describe a verb, adverb, or adjective?Which question does it answer?How?When?Where?Why?
24Good job!We have reviewed the four main parts of speech.
25Let’s Review What are the four main parts of speech? What part of speech is the subject and/or object in a sentence?What are the 3 types of verbs?Can you give example sentences?
26Let’s Review What do adjectives do? Where can they go in a sentence? What do adverbs do?What questions do they answer?