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DGP for the Week of. February 15 - 19. This week’s sentence:. a frozen jacob sat in front of the fire where he waited for his hands to warm. Day One. a (article) frozen (participle) jacob (proper noun) sat (action verb) in (preposition) front (common noun) of (preposition)

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Dgp for the week of

DGP for the Week of

February 15 - 19


This week s sentence

This week’s sentence:

a frozen jacob sat in front

of the fire where he

waited for his hands to

warm.


Day one

Day One

  • a (article)

  • frozen (participle)

  • jacob(proper noun)

  • sat (action verb)

  • in (preposition)

  • front (common noun)

  • of (preposition)

  • the (article)

  • fire (common noun)

  • where (relative pronoun)

  • he (subjective pronoun)

  • waited (action verb)

  • for (preposition)

  • his (possessive pronoun)

  • hands (common noun)

  • to warm (infinitive)


Day two

Day Two

  • [a frozen jacob sat in front of the fire]

    Independent Clause

    [where he waited for his hands to warm]

    Dependent Clause

  • [a frozen jacob sat (in front) (of the fire)]

    prep. phraseprep. phrase

    [where he waited (for his hands) to warm]

    prep phrase


Day three

Day Three

OP OP

[a frozen jacob sat VI(in front) (of the fire)]

prep. phraseprep. Phrase

OPDO

[where he waited VT(for his hands){to warm}]

prep phrase


Day four

Day Four

  • A frozen Jacob sat in front of the fire where he waited for his hands to warm.

  • Proper nouns are always capitalized.

  • This is a declarative statement, so it should end in a period.

  • 1 independent clause + 1 dependent clause =

    Complex Sentence


Day five

Day Five


Day five1

Day Five

Jacob sat


Day five2

Day Five

Jacob sat

A

frozen


Day five3

Day Five

Jacob sat

frontfire

in

of

A

frozen

the


Day five4

Day Five

Jacob sat

frontfire

in

of

A

frozen

the

where


Day five5

Day Five

Jacob sat

frontfire

he waited

in

of

A

frozen

the

where


Day five6

Day Five

Jacob sat

frontfire

warm

he waited

in

of

A

frozen

the

where

to


Day five7

Day Five

Jacob sat

frontfire

warm

he waited

hands

in

of

A

frozen

the

where

to

for

his


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