Presentation on theme: "Subjects and Predicates:"— Presentation transcript:
1 Subjects and Predicates: Two parts of a sentence
2 Subjects Simple subject: what or whom the sentence is about Complete subject: the simple subject and all of the words that tell about itHints:noun or pronounthe subject usually comes before the verb.Underline the simple subject. Double underline the complete subject.My happy dogs played in the water.
3 Predicates tells something about the subject Simple predicate: the verb or verb phraseComplete predicate: the simple predicate and the words that complete its meaningUnderline the simple predicate. Double underline the complete predicate.My happy dogs played in the water.
4 Luis and Adrian were talking about sports. Practice!!! Directions: Underline the simple subject and circle the simple predicate.My aunt loves cheese.Luis and Adrian were talking about sports.Mario bounced and jumped around the room.
5 1. My brother likes video games. 2. Go home! Practice!!! Directions: Underline the complete subject and circle the complete predicate.1. My brother likes video games.2. Go home!3. The police were following her.
6 Schoolhouse Rock Subjects and Predicates - YouTube
7 Independent Clausesa clause that contains a subject, predicate and a complete thought.(aka a complete sentence)Ex. My sweater is blue.
8 Dependent ClausesA clause that contains a subject and predicate, but not a complete thought.Marker words: although, because, since, when, if, afterEx. After I eat my dinner,If it’s raining,When my mom gets home,
9 Practice! Directions: Write if it is independent or dependent. 1. When I go ice skating.2. Juan and Edwardo walked in together.3. Marisol was writing.4. Because of the snow.