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Harcourt Lesson 3 Grammar Day 1 Review of Sentence Types, Subject and Predicates, and Interjections
Time to Review!
The BIG Question: How can I write a complete sentence?
a group of words that expresses a complete thought
A sentence that tells something. A sentence that asks something. A sentence that tells someone to do something. A sentence that shows strong feeling.
What type of sentence? Organize your desk What is your favorite color I can’t believe our team lost Im = imperative E = exclamatory In = interrogative D = declarative E ! In ? Im.
What type of sentence? Im = imperative E = exclamatory In = interrogative D = declarative My family went to Florida Don’t boast about winning Would you like to come along D. Im. In ?
A complete sentence has two parts: Subject Predicate tells who or what the sentence is about tells what the subject does or is
Subject tells who or what the sentence is about My friend Betty is going on vacation. I will stay here for the summer. She is excited about her trip. Betty’s Aunt Lisa will meet her at the train station.
Predicate tells what the subject does or is Everyone in the family goes to the park. The children shout with excitement. I am bringing my dog and her ball. No one wants to go home.
Write the subject. Paula put on her winter jacket before going outside in the snow. We built snowmen and had a snowball fight. My younger brother Max went sledding with his friends.
Write the subject. The sun started to melt the snow. Everyone enjoyed playing outside for many hours. I drank a cup of hot chocolate after going inside.
Write the predicate. My friends and I went to the park. We strolled by the lake. Some boys ran past us. The park was crowded. The sky was clear and sunny.
If a sentence does not contain both a subject and predicate, it is a sentence fragment. The black and white dog. Went to the beach last summer. Had a great time at the zoo.
Wow! You got an awesome score! Oh, I forgot to bring my glasses. Wait! I’ll go with you. Yikes! I spilled my milk!
Write the interjection and the punctuation that should come behind it. Yippee I scored the winning goal! No I did not boast about my score. Oops I knocked over your drink. Bravo You got every answer correct! Bingo That’s exactly right!