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Subordinating conjunction, article (2), noun (3), adjective, action verb, linking verb, preposition (3), nominative pronoun (2), object pronoun,. While we were on the highway, we saw a burning garage with several cars in it. PARTS OF THE SENTENCE.

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while we were on the highway we saw a burning garage with several cars in it

Subordinating conjunction, article (2), noun (3), adjective, action verb, linking verb, preposition (3), nominative pronoun (2), object pronoun,

While we were on the highway, we saw a burning garage with several cars in it.

parts of the sentence
PARTS OF THE SENTENCE
  • Follow the chart on the second page of the DGP notes for help
  • APPOSITIVE - noun or pronoun that follows or renames another noun/pronoun.
      • Ex. My sonBeck likes trains. (place an = sign)
  • INFINITIVE - a verb acting as a noun, adjective or adverb; has the word “to” in front of it
      • Ex. I like to eat. Our neighbor called to apologize.

(n) (adv.)

parts of the sentence1
PARTS OF THE SENTENCE
  • Ex. 1

In his poem, Thanatopsis, William Cullen Bryant

uses a combination of run-on lines and caesuras.

  • Ex. 2

Poe makes extensive use of onomatopoeia in his poem

The Raven.

parts of the sentence2
PARTS OF THE SENTENCE
  • Follow the chart on the second page of the DGP notes for help
  • APPOSITIVE - noun or pronoun that follows or renames another noun/pronoun.
      • Ex. My sonBeck likes trains. (place an = sign)
  • INFINITIVE - a verb acting as a noun, adjective or adverb; has the word “to” in front of it
      • Ex. I like to eat. Our neighbor called to apologize.

(n) (adv.)

parts of the sentence3
PARTS OF THE SENTENCE
  • Taryn, my friend, bought new running shoes since she

enjoys running.

2) I like the fact that Stephanie Meyers uses descriptive

and shocking language in her book Twilight.

  • Who wants to sign up to hear Aaron’s band in concert

at Croc?

parts of the sentence4
PARTS OF THE SENTENCE

4) At the end of the tournament, Tiger Woods was the leader.

5) Three pigs from that story with the wolf were on the news

yesterday after a girl filed a complaint against the wolf.

before you turn in an essay you should proofread it thoroughly

Use the BLUE

notes diagram

  • THERE ARE:
  • Subject - Transitive verb - Direct Object
  • Subject - Transitive verb - Direct Object

Before you turn-in an essay, you should proofread it thoroughly.

the girl who sits behind andrew is a better student than i

Use the BLUE

notes diagram

  • THERE ARE:
  • Subject - Intransitive verb - predicate nominative
  • Subject - Intransitive verb
  • Subject
  • Prepositional phrase

The girl who sits behind Andrew is a better student than I .

neither of the girls remembered to do her dgp therefore they were confused about grammar

THERE ARE:

  • Subject - Transitive verb - Direct Object/Infinitive Phrase
  • Subject - Intransitive verb
  • Prepositional phrase (2)

Neither of the girls remembered to do her DGP; therefore, they were confused about grammar.

Use the BLUE

notes diagram

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