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Grammar Chapter 1 Review The sentence and its parts
Complete Subject and Predicate The small brown fox jumped quickly over the fallen log. The small brown fox is the complete subject because Jumped quickly over the fallen log is the complete predicate because it includes what the sentence is about and all of the modifying words that describe it. it includes the verb and all of the modifying words that complete the verbs meaning.
Simple Subject and Simple Predicate The small brown fox jumped quickly over the fallen log. Fox is the ______________ because… Jumped is the ______________ because… Remember! The simple subject and the simple predicate are often (but not always) right next to one another! simple subject simple predicate it is the main noun, without modifiers, that the sentence is about or that is doing something in the sentence; it answers the question, “what jumped?” it is the main verb without the modifiers; it answers the question, “what about the fox?
Direct and Indirect Objects The skunk in the log gave the fox a fright. Fright is the ___________ because… Fox is the ___________ because… direct object indirect object it receives the action of the verb; it answers the question: “Gave what?” The skunk gave a fright. it tells to whom or what the action is performed; it answers the question: “gave the fright to what?” The skunk gave a fright to the fox.
Kinds of Sentences What does a declarative sentence do? What does an interrogative sentence do? What does an imperative sentence do? What does an exclamatory sentence do? Makes a statement and always ends in a period (.) Asks a questions and always ends in a question mark (?) Tells someone or something to do something; can end in a period (.) or an exclamation point (!) Shows strong feelings or emotions and always ends in an exclamation point (!)