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Complete Sentences. Every sentences as a central verb , whether it is one or more words. That verb is called the simple predicate ! A verb is an action word.

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Complete sentences

Complete Sentences


Complete sentences

  • Every sentences as a centralverb, whether it is oneor more words.

    • That verb is called the simplepredicate!

    • A verb is an action word.

  • Every sentence also has a nounor pronounthat the sentence is mostly about. It’s the noun or pronoun that does the action in the sentence –or gets linkedto something else.

    • That noun or pronoun is called the simplesubject!

    • A noun is a person, place, or thing.

    • A pronoun replaces a noun with words like: he, she, it, they, we


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    Subjects and predicates

    Subjects and Predicates

    • Subjects and Predicates are partsof a sentence.

    • You must always have a subject and predicate in a sentences to make it complete.


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    Subject

    Definition: the part of a sentence stating the person or thing being discussed.

    Drawing:

    • Examples:

    • A dog

    • A girl

    • A tree

    • Non-Example:

    • Wagged

    • Swimming

    • Swayed


    Simple subject

    Simple Subject

    • Tell whoor whatthe sentences is about.

      • The boy

      • The dentist

      • The dog with three leg


    We do

    We Do

    • The gas station was closed yesterday.

      • Who or what is the sentence about?

    • Luckily for me, the book was easy to read.

      • Who or what is the sentence about?

    • My grandfather loves to play chess

      • Who or what is the sentence about?


    Ya ll do

    Ya’ll Do

    • With a partner, I want you to circle the subject of the following sentences.

    • Remember who or what the sentence is about.

      • The fish swam upstream.

      • The eye doctor checked my vision.

      • The teacher called roll.


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    Predicate

    Definition: the part of a sentence or clause containing a verb and stating something about the subject.

    Drawing:

    • Non-Examples:

    • Girl

    • Boy

    • Tree

    • Examples:

    • Went walking

    • Carved the turkey

    • Jumped for joy


    Simple predicate

    Simple Predicate

    • Tell whatthe subject did

      • took a walk

      • pulled out a tooth

      • slobbered on the kid


    We do1

    We Do

    • The gas station was closed yesterday.

      • What did the subject do?

    • Luckily for me, the book was easy to read.

      • What did the subject do?

    • My grandfather loves to play chess

      • What did the subject do?


    Ya ll do1

    Ya’ll Do

    • With a partner, I want you to circle the predicate of the following sentences.

    • Remember what the subject did.

      • The fish swam upstream.

      • The eye doctor checked my vision.

      • The teacher called roll.


    You do

    You Do!

    • On your guided-notes there are 10 sentences.

    • On your own, I want you to circle the simple subject and underline the simple predicate.

      • Ex:

        Ms. Burton lost her voice because she was sick.


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