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Second Grade: What is a sentenceBy: Ms. Franchesca Yearby
Simple Sentence This is a group of word that tells one complete thought. Example: Grace likes to play softball,
Simple Sentence Start and EndSimple sentences begin with a word that must be capitalized. Grace likes to play softball. Simple sentences must end with an end mark.
Simple Sentence: The NounThere are two parts to simple sentences. First Part: The Noun This tells who or what the sentence is about Usually at the beginning of the sentence Can be one or more words
Simple Sentence: The NounExample: Grace likes to play softball. In this sentence “Grace” is the noun. Why? This sentence is about Grace. We can ask: Who or what likes to play softball?
Let’s Practice.. Most people like ice cream.Who and what likes ice cream? “Most people” like ice cream.
Simple Sentence: The VerbSecond Part: The Verb This tells what happened in the sentence. Usually what the subject is or what the subject does.
Simple Sentence: The VerbExample: Grace likes to play softball. In this sentence “play softball” is the Verb. Why? Playing softball is what Grace likes to do. We can ask: What does Grace like to do?
Let’s Practice… My dog likes to eat dog food.What does my dog like to eat? My dog likes to “eat dog food”.
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