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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 a subject pronoun? 3. Where is the subject pronoun normally located in a sentence? 4. Is the subject pronoun doing the action or receiving the action? 5. Which subject pronouns indicate a plural subject? 6. Which subject pronouns indicate 3 rd person singular? 7. Which subject pronoun is always capitalized? 8. Which two subject pronouns and two object pronouns are identical? 9. How many objects pronouns are in the English language? List the object pronouns. 10. Where is the object pronoun located in a sentence? 11. Does the object pronoun receive the action from the subject? 12. What two parts of speech does an object pronoun always follow? 13. Choose the correct sentence listed below: The books are for you and I. OR The books are for you and me.
Answers Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns 1. Seven. I, you, we, they, he, she, it 2. Verb 3. Normally it is located in the subject of the clause. 4. The subject pronoun is always performing the action. 5. You, we, they 6. He, she, it 7. “I” is always capitalized regardless of 8. where it is located in a clause. 9. You and it. 1. Seven. Me, you, us, them, him, her, it 2. In the predicate. 3. Yes. It receives the action. 4. Verb and/or preposition 5. No. 6. The books are for you and I.
Relative Pronouns 1. What are the five most commonly used relative pronouns? 2. Which of these five relative pronouns are used to indicate people? 3. Which relative pronouns are used to indicate things, places and ideas? 4. Can a dependent clause begin with a relative pronoun? 5. Which of the relative pronouns indicate possession? 6. What is an antecedent? 7. Fill in the blank: The boy....... bag was stolen is over there. They blamed me for everything....... went wrong. 8. What is the relative pronoun related to in a sentence? 9. Does a relative pronoun usually follow the nouns?
Answers 1. Who, whom, whose, that, which 2. Who and whom 3. That and which 4. Yes. 5. Whose 6. The noun which comes before the relative pronoun. 7. Whose That 8. The subject or object 9. Yes
Simple & Compound Sentence Types 1. Is a simple sentence the same as an independent clause? 2. Does a simple sentence contain a dependent clause? 3. Can a simple sentence contain a compound subject? 4. Does a simple sentence always contain a verb? 5. Which of the following sentences listed below is a simple sentence? Some students like to study in the mornings. Juan and Arturo play football every afternoon. Alicia goes to the library and studies every day. 1. What is a compound sentence? 2. Does a compound sentence contain coordinating conjunctions? 3. How many independent clauses are contained in a compound sentence? 4. Are the “FANBOYS” a hip-hop musical group? 5. List the “FANBOYS.”
Answers 1.Yes, they are the same. 2. No. If it did, it would be a complex or compound-complex sentence. 3. Yes. 4. Absolutely! 5. All of the sentences listed are simple sentences. The second sentence contains a compound subject. The third sentence contains a compound predicate. 6. A compound sentence contains two independent clauses joined by a coordinating conjunction. 7. Absolutely! 8. Normally two independent clauses but it can contain more than two independent clauses. 9. I don’t think so. Do you think so? 10. For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So.
Complex & Compound-Complex Sentence Types 1. What is a complex sentence? 2. What type of conjunction is contained in a complex sentence? 3. If a dependent clause is at the beginning of the sentence, is a comma required after the dependent clause? 4. List at least 6 of the subordinating conjunctions. 5. Does a clause always contain a subject and a verb? 6. Is the main idea of a complex sentence really that complex? 1. What is a compound complex sentence? 2. What types of conjunctions are contained in a compound-complex sentence? 3. Can a relative pronoun begin a dependent clause in a compound- complex sentence? 4. What does a complex sentence and a compound complex sentence have in common? 5. How many sentence types have you learned?
Answers 1. A complex sentence has an independent clause joined by one or more dependent clauses. A complex sentence always has a subordinator /subordinating conjunction such as because, since, after, although, or when (and many others) or a relative pronoun such as that, who, or which. 2. Subordinating 3. Yes, always. 4. Get the list of subordinating conjunctions which you should have in your organizer. Remember the peach colored sheet? Memorize! 5. Absolutely! 6. Not really unless you want it to be. 1. It contains two independent clauses and at least one dependent clause. 2. Subordinating and coordinating conjunctions. 3. Absolutely! 4. Each has one independent clause and one dependent clause. 5. That’s an easy answer!