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BELLRINGER 8/21/12. RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES. Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building. 1) Draw a tree map. BELLRINGER 8/21/12.

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

1) Draw a tree map

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

2) Write Example Sentence on top Line

Lightning struck the new building

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

3) On the next three top lines, write the words “adjectives”, “nouns”, and “Verbs”

Lightning struck the new building

Adjectives

Nouns

Verbs

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

4) Identify which words in the example sentence are adjectives, nouns, and verbs

Lightning struck the new building

Adjectives

Nouns

Verbs

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

5) Answer

Lightning struck the new building

Adjectives

Nouns

Verbs

the

Lightning

struck

new

building

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

6) To diagram a sentence, first draw the shape below

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

7) The parts of the sentence go in the following spaces.

A

B

C

Simple Subject

Simple predicate

Direct Object

  • Simple Subject: A noun or pronoun that tells what or who the sentence is about
  • Simple Predicate: A verb or verb phrase that tells the action or state of being of the subject.
  • Direct Object: A noun or pronoun that tells who or what is receiving the action of the simple subject. (Note: Not all sentences have direct objects, and a sentence can only have a direct object if it contains an ACTION VERB.
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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

8) To diagram a sentence, use the following procedure. Use the example sentence

I) Identify the Simple Predicate in the sentence: The verb or verb phrase

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

Lightning struck the new building

Adjectives

Nouns

Verbs

the

Lightning

struck

new

building

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

8) To diagram a sentence, use the following procedure. Use the example sentence

struck

II) Identify the Simple Subject in the sentence. To do this say to yourself, “Who <Simple Predicate>?, What <Simple Predicate>?”Whatever noun or pronoun answers thequestion is the Simple Subject. To find the simple subject in this sentence, one would say, “Who struck? What struck?” Whatever noun or pronoun in the sentence answers the question is the simple subject.

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

Lightning struck the new building

Adjectives

Nouns

Verbs

the

new

building

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

8) To diagram a sentence, use the following procedure. Use the example sentence

Lightning

struck

III) Identify the Direct Object in the sentence. To do this say to yourself, “<Simple Suject><Simple Predicate> Who or What?”Whatever noun or pronoun answers thequestion is the Direct Object. To find the simple subject in this sentence, one would say, “Lightning struck “who or what?” Whatever noun or pronoun in the sentence answers the question is the direct object.

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

Lightning struck the new building

Adjectives

Nouns

Verbs

the

new

building

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

8) To diagram a sentence, use the following procedure. Use the example sentence

Lightning

struck

building

NOTE: a) Not all sentences have a direct object.

b) A sentence can only have a direct object if it has an ACTION VERB

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

8) To diagram a sentence, use the following procedure. Use the example sentence

Lightning

struck

building

IV) To diagram adjectives place slanted lines underneath the nouns or pronouns that the adjective is describing.

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BELLRINGER 8/21/12

RECOGNIZING PARTS OF SPEECH IN SENTENCES AND INTRODUCTION TO DIAGRAMMING SIMPLE SENTENCES.

Example Sentence: Lightning struck the new building

8) To diagram a sentence, use the following procedure. Use the example sentence

Lightning

struck

building

new

The

V) Write the adjectives on the slanted line

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