What is a Sentence?. Mrs. Marino Houghton Mifflin, Reading, grade 3 Extra Support Handbook Pages 20-21. Bare Bones. Capital letter at the beginning Subject: noun or subject pronoun Predicate: verb Punctuation. No, but don’t race ahead of me!. That’s all?. Let Me Explain.
What is a Sentence?
Houghton Mifflin, Reading, grade 3
Extra Support Handbook
No, but don’t race ahead of me!
Comparative: add “than” after the word, -er, or “more” before the word
Superlative: add –est at the end of the word or “most” before the word
Special Form: The words change spelling.
I’m flying around the cat!
The fly is over my head as I rest on the desk!
I am near the desk.
I am asleep under the desk.
I’m hiding inside the drawer.