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Kinds of Sentences Notes. Punctuation Marks. Periods ( . ) Exclamation Points ( ! ) Question Marks ( ? ). Declarative Sentences. Makes a statement or tells something Ends with a period ( . ) Examples When the chef cut the onion, he had tears in his eyes . My new bike is so slow .

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Punctuation marks
Punctuation Marks

  • Periods (.)

  • Exclamation Points (!)

  • Question Marks (?)


Declarative sentences
Declarative Sentences

  • Makes a statement or tells something

  • Ends with a period (.)

    Examples

  • When the chef cut the onion, he had tears in his eyes.

  • My new bike is so slow.


Interrogative sentences
Interrogative Sentences

  • Asks a question

  • Ends with a question mark (?)

    Examples

  • Jack, are you alright?

  • Do you like my new shoes?


Imperative sentences
Imperative Sentences

  • Gives a command

  • Ends with a period (.) OR

    exclamation point (!)

    Examples

  • Hold on tight!

  • Please hold your head up.

  • Go to the store.


Exclamatory sentences
Exclamatory Sentences

  • Expresses a strong feeling

  • Ends with an exclamation point (!)

    Examples

  • My new bike is so fast!

  • That dog is amazing!


Interjections
Interjections

  • Word or group of words that express a strong feeling.

  • Capitalize an interjection that stands alone.

  • Use exclamation point after an interjection that stands alone.

  • Use a comma after an interjection if it begins a sentence.

    Examples:

  • Oops!

  • Oops, I dropped it!

  • Oh boy!

  • Oh boy, that’s hot!

  • Wow!

  • Wow, that truck is huge!

  • Gosh!

  • Gosh, I’m tired!


Subjects and predicates notes

Subjects and PredicatesNotes


Subject
Subject

The subject tells whom or what the sentence in about.


Complete subject
Complete Subject

All the words in the subject are the complete subject.

Example:

My favorite neighbor lives in a big house.


Simple subject
Simple Subject

The most important word in the complete subject is the simple subject.

Example:

My favorite neighbor lives in a big house.


Predicate
Predicate

The predicate tells what the subject is or does.


Complete predicate
Complete Predicate

All the words in the predicate are the complete predicate.

Example:

My favorite neighbor lives in a big house.


Simple predicate
Simple Predicate

The most important word in the predicate is the simple predicate.

Example:

My favorite neighbor lives in a big house.


Fragment
Fragment

A fragment is a group of words that lacks a subject or a predicate.

Example:

Came to my house.

(Missing a subject…Who came to my house?)


Run on
Run-on

A run-on is two or more complete sentences that run together.

Example:

Mrs. Curtis’s has a new car her car is red and beautiful.



Simple subject1
Simple Subject

  • One subject with the same predicate.

  • Example

    • I ran to the store.


Compound subjects
Compound Subjects

  • Two subjects with the same predicate.

  • Example

    • Mom and Iran to the store.


Simple predicate1
Simple Predicate

  • One predicate with the same subject.

  • Example

    • I ate last night.


Compound predicates
Compound Predicates

  • Two predicates with the same subject.

  • Example

    • I ateand studied last night.


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