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What is a verb phrase? Write an example on your paper. FINAL JEOPARDY C1 final
Two or more verbs in a sentence where at least one is a helping/linking verb
Honeybees gather nectar in the flowers. What is the simple subject of this sentence? C1 $100
Honeybees C1 $100
Who is the subject of the following sentence? Take out your GUM book. C1 $200
You C1 $200
What is the simple subject in this sentence? Mosquito bites are very itchy. C1 $300
Bites C1 $300
Find the complete subject of this sentence: The sun is much bigger than all the other planets. C1 $400
The sun C1 $400
The complete subject in a sentence includes … C1 $500
All the words that tell whom or what the sentence is about C1 $500
C2 $100 Includes the verb and ALL of the words that tell what the subject is or what the subject does. This is the definition for…
C2 $100 Complete Predicate
C2 $200 What is the simple predicate in the following sentence? Stars twinkle in the sky at night.
C2 $200 Twinkle
C2 $300 Legends are a popular kind of folktale. Does this sentence contain an action verb or a linking verb?
C2 $300 Linking verb ARE
C2 $400 The waves lapped against the shore. The boldfaced words are examples of a)Complete Subject b)Complete Predicate c)Simple Predicate, or verb
C2 $400 b) Complete Predicate
C2 $500 That orchestra is playing all over the world. What is the simple predicate in this sentence?
C2 $500 is playing
C3 $100 Popcorn and soft drinks are on sale at the stand. a)Compound Verb b)Compound Subject
C3 $100 Compound Subject
C3 $200 What is the compound verb in this sentence? Sometimes we try but fail.
C3 $200 try but fail
C3 $300 The restaurants and beaches were crowded with tourists. Name the compound subject.
C3 $300 restaurants and beaches
C3 $400 Two or more subjects that share the same verb is known as…
C3 $400 Compound Subject
C3 $500 What is a compound verb?
C3 $500 Two or more verbs that share the same subject.
C4 $100 Pass the milk please. Interrogative or Imperative?
C4 $100 Imperative
C4 $200 Is the bus here yet? Interrogative or Declarative?
C4 $200 Interrogative
C4 $300 I got a puppy! What type of sentence is this?
C4 $300 Exclamatory
C4 $400 This type of sentence tells or asks someone to do something. IT usually ends with a period, but may end with an exclamation point.
C4 $400 Imperative Sentence
C4 $500 What is a declarative sentence?
C4 $500 A declarative sentence tells a statement. It always ends with a period.
C5 $100 What are the conjunctions?
C5 $100 and, or, but
C5 $200 The police officer gave the driver a warning. Driver is an example of… A direct or indirect object?
C5 $200 Indirect
C5 $300 Is this sentence a fragment or a run-on? Watched the fireworks in the night sky.
C5 $300 Fragment
C5 $400 Identify if the sentence is complete, fragment or run-on. You walk too slowly, come on.
C5 $400 Run-on
C5 $500 True or false… The boldfaced word is a direct object. The tornado destroyed several houses.
C5 $500 True
This Jeopardy game was created by: Mrs. Fulcher Now use this information to study for your test!!!
What every sentence needs Parts of a sentence Types of sentences
The Sentence: Subject, Predicate, Kinds of Sentences
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English Baseball Group 2A
The Sentence and Its Parts
The Sentence and Its Parts Complete Subject All the words that tell whom or what the sentence is about. All the words that tell whom or what the sentence.
DGP WEDNESDAY NOTES (Clauses and Sentence Type)
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.
Subjects, Predicates, and Sentences
Jeopardy Capitals End Marks Simple Subjects Simple Predicates Sentence Types Run-Ons Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q.
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Simple and Complete Subjects and Predicates
4 types of sentences. I will be able to identify declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences.
Types of Sentences.
Kinds of Sentences Notes
Subjects, Complements, and Predicates By: Subjects: The Break Down Simple Subject Book Definition: “The main word or word group that tells whom or what.
8th Grade Grammar Vocabulary and Notes.
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