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Sentences An Overview
What does a sentence do?
What does a sentence do? To tell something or
What does a sentence do? To tell something or To ask something
What can you end a sentence with?A period . (used when you’re telling us something)
What can you end a sentence with?A exclamation point ! (used to show importance or emotion)
What can you end a sentence with?A question mark ? (used to ask a question)
What are the two parts of a sentence?
What are the two parts of a sentence?Subject Usually a noun doing an action a person, place or thing Jack rode his bike home
What are the two parts of a sentence?Predicate Tells us something about the subject and MUST include a verb an action word or doing something Jack rode his bike home
More predicate practice!Johnny hates to read. The bear climbed the tree. Suzy hung out with her mom. Jack found his lost folder. The dog ate all the candy.
What else should I have in good sentences?Adjectives These describe a noun… the more descriptive the better The gigantic boy sat on the cat.
What else should I have in good sentences?Adverbs These describe a verb… the more vivid the better The boy laughed cruelly at his friend.
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