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Subjects and Predicates. Fill in the Blanks…. In order for a sentence to be a sentence, it must have a Subject And the ___________ must Do Or Be something. . Fill in the Blanks Subject doing something. If the subject is doing something, we state the verb and then ask the question: Who?

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Fill in the blanks
Fill in the Blanks…

  • In order for a sentence to be a sentence, it must have a

    • Subject

  • And the ___________ must

    • Do

    • Or

    • Be something.


Fill in the blanks subject doing something
Fill in the BlanksSubject doing something

  • If the subject is doing something, we state the verb and then ask the question:

    • Who?

      • Or

    • What?

  • If the question is answered, we would say that the verb is

    • Transitive

  • If the question is not answered, we say that the verb is

    • Intransitive


Fill in the blanks subject doing something1
Fill in the Blanks Subject doing something

  • Mr. Randles raced the Corvette.

    • What is the verb?

      • Raced

    • Raced Who? What?

      • Corvette

  • The question has been answered, so we say that the verb “raced” is

    • transitive

  • Mr. Randles raced around the world.

    • What is the verb?

      • Raced

    • Raced Who? What?

      • Nothing. It only tells us where—”around the world”

  • The question has not been answered, so we say that the verb “raced” is

    • Intransitive


Fill in the blanks subject being something
Fill in the BlanksSubject being something

  • If the subject is not doing something, it must be

    • Being something

  • Whatever the subject is being, we call the

    • Subjective compliment

  • There are (2) kinds of these

  • If the subject is being a noun, we call what it is being the

    • Predicate nominative

  • If the subject is being an adjective, we call what it is being the

    • Predicate adjective


Subject

A. Verb

L. Verb

Transitive

Intransitive

Pred. Nominative

Pred. Adjective

D. Object

I. Object

Bobo

gave

a black eye!

me


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