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Daily Grammar Practice (DGP). MYP Honors English 2B Sentence 1. DGP - Monday. Punctuation and Capitalization. Sentence. go often to the house of thy friend for weeds choke the unused path Copy this sentence down as it is written here.

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Daily grammar practice dgp

Daily Grammar Practice(DGP)

MYP Honors English 2B

Sentence 1


Dgp monday

DGP - Monday

Punctuation and Capitalization


Sentence

Sentence

  • go often to the house of thy friend for weeds choke the unused path

  • Copy this sentence down as it is written here.

  • Rewrite the sentence with correct punctuation and capitalization.


Compare

Compare

  • Compare your answers to your neighbor’s answers to see if you punctuated and capitalized the sentence the same way.


Correct answer

Correct Answer

  • Go often to the house of thy friend, for weeds choke the unused path.


Reflection

Reflection

  • Please take a minute to write a reflection of what you learned today in your DGP folder.


Dgp tuesday

DGP - Tuesday

Parts of Speech


Sentence1

Sentence

  • Go often to the house of thy friend, for weeds choke the unused path.

  • Word Bank:

  • 1 Pronoun (pro)

  • 4 Nouns (n)

  • 2 Verbs (av/pres)

  • 2 Articles (art)

  • 2 Prepositions (prep)

  • 1 Adverb (adv)

  • 1 Participle (part)

  • 1 Coordinating Conjunction (cc)


Compare1

Compare

  • Compare your answers to your neighbor’s answers to see if you identified the same nouns.

  • “I labeled ______, ______, ______, and ______ as nouns because ____________________.”


Daily grammar practice dgp

  • go; choke = action verb: present tense(shows action)

  • often = adverb(tells How? When? Where? To what extent?)

  • the; the = article(a, an, the)

  • house; friend; weeds; path = nouns(person, place, thing, idea)

  • to; of = preposition(shows a relationship between a noun or pronoun and some other word in the sentence)

  • thy = possessive pronoun(takes the place of a noun and shows possession)

  • for = coordinating conjuction(FANBOYS)

  • unused = participle (verb that acts like an adjective; ends in –ing or –ed, etc.)


Correct answer1

Correct Answer

  • Go often to the house of thy friend, for weeds choke the unused path.

  • go; choke = action verb: present tense(shows action)

  • often = adverb(tells How? When? Where? To what extent?)

  • the; the = article(a, an, the)

  • house; friend; weeds; path = nouns(person, place, thing, idea)

  • to; of = preposition(shows a relationship between a noun or pronoun and some other word in the sentence)

  • thy = possessive pronoun(takes the place of a noun and shows possession)

  • for = coordinating conjuction(FANBOYS)

  • unused = participle (verb that acts like an adjective; ends in –ing or –ed, etc.)


Reflection1

Reflection

  • Please take a minute to write a reflection of what you learned today in the appropriate section of your DGP weekly worksheet.


Dgp wednesday

DGP - Wednesday

Sentence Parts

and Phrases


Sentence2

Sentence

  • Go often to the house of thy friend, for weeds choke the unused path.

  • Word Bank:

  • 2 subjects (underline and label with S)

  • 2 predicates (double-underline and label with P)

  • 2 prepositional phrases (in parentheses)

  • 2 objects of the preposition (Obj Prep)

  • 1 direct object (do)


Compare2

Compare

  • Compare your answers to your neighbor’s answers to see if you identified the same subjects.

  • “I labeled _____ and _____ as the subjects because ____________________________.”


Correct answer2

Correct Answer

  • (you); weeds = subject (the “who” or “what” of the verb)

  • go often to the house of thy friend; choke the unused path = predicate (what the subject is doing or being; the verb and its modifiers)

  • to the house; of thy friend = prepositional phrase (group of words beginning with a pronoun and ending with a noun or pronoun)

  • house; friend = object of the preposition (follows preposition and tells “what?” or “whom?”)

  • path = direct object (follows an action verb; to find it, say, “subject, verb, what?” or “subject, verb, whom?”)


Reflection2

Reflection

  • Please take a minute to write a reflection of what you learned today in the appropriate section of your DGP weekly worksheet.


Dgp thursday

DGP - Thursday

Clauses and

Sentence Types


Sentence3

Sentence

  • Go often to the house of thy friend, for weeds choke the unused path.

  • Word Bank:

  • 2 independent clauses (labeled “IC”)

  • sentence type (choose 1)

    • simple, compound, complex, compound-complex

  • sentence purpose (choose 1)

    • interrogative, imperative, declarative, exclamatory


Compare3

Compare

  • Compare your answers to your neighbor’s answers to see if you identified the same independent clause.

  • “I labeled ________ and ________as the independent clauses because _____________________________.”


Correct answer3

Correct Answer

  • Go often to the house of thy friend, for weeds choke the unused path.

  • go often; weeds choke the unused path = independent clause (contains a subject and a verb; can stand on its own)

  • Sentence type = compound(two independent clauses)

  • Sentence purpose = imperative (gives a command and ends in a period)


Reflection3

Reflection

  • Please take a minute to write a reflection of what you learned today in the appropriate section of your DGP weekly worksheet.


Dgp friday

DGP – Friday

Weekly Quiz!


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