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English Baseball Group 2AMrs. Stortzum’s 4th Grade English class
Exclamatory sentence. Shows strong feeling.
What are all the parts in the predicate of a sentence called?Complete predicate
All the subject parts. Complete subject.
Punctuation for declarative.period
Adjective modifies Noun or pronoun
Subject question for a person.Who?
Verb question. What is being said about?
Noun Person, place, or thing.
Word that usually starts the complete predicate.verb
What are the three article adjectives?A, an, the
. D Period, statement, declarative sentence
Name two noun jobs. SN, OP
! E Exclamation point, strong feeling, exclamatory sentence
Subject question for an animal, place, or thing.What?
. Imp Period, command, imperative sentence
What word tells what the subject does?verb
An article adjective can be calledNoun marker
? Int Question mark, question, interrogative sentence
During the day is a _______ ________.Prepositional phrase
Mrs. Stortzum is a _____ noun.proper
Adverb modifies Verb, adjective, or adverb
Good Luck on the Test!!!
Prepositional Phrases as Adjectives and Adverbs
Four Kinds of Sentences
English Baseball Group 5B Mrs. Stortzum’s 4th Grade English class.
English Baseball Group 3B Mrs. Stortzum’s 4th Grade English class.
DGP W EDNESDAY Notes. C LAUSES Each clause must have a subject and a verb. Independent clauses (ind cl): Every sentence must have at least one independent.
Clauses and Sentence Types
Used in place of a noun pronoun.
Shurley Grammar Unit 1 Sixth Grade.
What is a sentence? A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought; it is an independent clause that contains a subject and a verb.
DGP WEDNESDAY NOTES (Clauses and Sentence Type)
Fourth Grade Grammar Jeopardy Start.
Vocabulary Parts of Speech Study Guide
Although some sentences are complete with just a subject and a verb, others require an object. A direct object (DO) is a noun or pronoun that receives.
DGP Week Ten.
DGP Week Nine.
Sentence Punctuation Use correct end of sentence punctuation (e.g., period, question mark).
Theme 1 Grammar. Kinds of Sentences Declarative sentence- makes a statement, ends with a period Interrogative sentence- asks a question, ends with.
DGP Week Fifteen.
DGP Week Two.
Paul Lwere Teacher of English Language Kyambogo College School ©2013.
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