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DGP – Sentence 1. Sentence Parts. Sentence / Word Bank. Laugh often with the friends of your heart, for troubles fill all our lives. Word Bank: direct object, intransitive verb, object of the preposition (2), prepositional phrase (2), subject (2), transitive verb. Compare.

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Dgp sentence 1

DGP – Sentence 1

Sentence Parts


Sentence word bank
Sentence / Word Bank

  • Laugh often with the friends of your heart, for troubles fill all our lives.

  • Word Bank: direct object, intransitive verb, object of the preposition (2), prepositional phrase (2), subject (2), transitive verb


Compare
Compare

  • Compare your answers to your neighbor’s answers to see if you identified the same subject.

  • “I labeled ________ as the subjectbecause __________.”


Correct answer
Correct Answer

  • (You) Laugh often with the friends of your heart, for troubles fill all our lives.

  • (You), troubles = subjects (the “who” or “what” of the verb)

  • Laugh = intransitive verb (does not take a direct object)

  • with the friends, of your heart = prepositional phrases (group of words beginning with a pronoun and ending with a noun or pronoun)

  • friends, heart = object of the preposition (follows preposition and tells “what?” or “whom?”


Correct answer1
Correct Answer

  • (You) Laugh often with the friends of your heart, for troubles fill all our lives.

  • fill = transitive verb (takes a direct object)

  • lives = direct object (follows an action verb; think “subject, verb, what?”)


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