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Parts of Speech. With Garfield and Dr. Phil. Click to go to next slide. " Parts of speech " are the basic types of English words: Nouns Verbs Adjectives Prepositions Pronouns Adverbs Conjunctions. Click to go to next slide. I’m getting old… Clearly it’s time for a life makeover. .

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    1. Parts of Speech With Garfield and Dr. Phil Click to go to next slide

    2. "Parts of speech" are the basic types of English words: • Nouns • Verbs • Adjectives • Prepositions • Pronouns • Adverbs • Conjunctions Click to go to next slide

    3. I’m getting old… Clearly it’s time for a life makeover. Click to go to next slide

    4. “I’ll be right over, Garfield.” OK, Phil, I’m ready for that life makeover we discussed. Click to go to next slide

    5. OK, the first step is to work up a psychological profile. Let’s look at your NOUNS first. I’m sick of being me. Make me into something else. Click to go to next slide

    6. People, places, things, concepts, emotions NOUNs Click to go to next slide

    7. Nouns You appear to be a CAT in a BED. You lack EXERCISE. You have little AMBITION. You need more LOVE. Brilliant. You lack intelligence. You are a moron. I demand silence. Click to go to next slide

    8. Nouns These are all NOUNS. A NOUN is a person, place, thing or emotion. • CAT • BED • EXERCISE • AMBITION • LOVE • INTELLIGENCE • MORON • SILENCE Click to go to next slide

    9. Action or Being Verbs Click to go to next slide

    10. Action Verbs So Garfield, what type of ACTIONS are you doing on a typical day? Well, I eat, sleep, sit, lounge, make annoyed faces, drink coffee… Click to go to next slide

    11. Action Verbs Garfield, your ACTION verbsdon’t show a lot of movement! lounge sit make sarcastic faces sleep drink coffee Click to go to next slide eat

    12. Being Verbs OK, this I gotta see. I’m better at BEING than ACTION. I can prove it too. Click to go to next slide

    13. Being Verbs Check this out. Yes, you are good at BEING. The BEING verbs include am, are, is, was, were. I am king Garfield was here Click to go to next slide

    14. Describe Nouns Adjectives Click to go to next slide

    15. Adjectives Adjectives show: What kindof ____? How many of ____? How much of _____? Which one of _____? Click to go to next slide

    16. Adjectives Now we need to look at your ADJECTIVES. Can you describe yourself to me? Well, now that I’m looking, I’d have to say handsome, intelligent, irresistible,… Click to go to next slide

    17. Adjectives – what kind? You left out a few adjectives. Adjectives such as…. adorable? Click to go to next slide

    18. what kind? Adjectives – Garfield, you need to take a good look at what kind of cat you are… • Well, let’s start with: • Lazy • Overweight • Sarcastic • Grouchy What kind…? Click to go to next slide

    19. How many? Adjectives – Look at HOW MANY bad habits you have! • DOZENS of snide comments • NUMEROUS excuses for not exercising • SEVERAL tricks for sneaking food Click to go to next slide

    20. Adjectives - How much? Your ADJECTIVES also reveal just HOW MUCH you do… TONS of sugar ZERO exercise An ENTIRE birthday cake in one bite MOST of the day asleep Click to go to next slide

    21. Which one? Adjectives – So, WHICH ONE do you want to be…? The SLEEK one? The FIT one? The POPULAR one? The UNHEALTHY one? The DIABETIC one? The RUDE one? Click to go to next slide

    22. Adjectives Lazy Overweight Sarcastic Grouchy DOZENS of snide comments NUMEROUS excuses for not exercising SEVERAL tricks for sneaking food TONS of sugar ZERO exercise ENTIRE birthday cake in one bite MOST of the day asleep I’m not feeling any love from you Phil. Click to go to next slide

    23. I want you to get excited about your prepositions! Location or relationship Prepositions Click to go to next slide

    24. Prepositions Prepositions can show location, such as… onhis head underthe chandelier underthe foot Click to go to next slide beside his food bowl

    25. Prepositions Prepositions can show relationship or time, such as… forThanksgiving duringdinner withpleasure throughthe wall Click to go to next slide

    26. Prepositions Hilarious. How are the following prepositions working for you? Click to go to next slide

    27. Prepositions Prepositions can show location, such as… onhis head againstthe wall inthe car besidehis Justin Beiber cardboard cut-out Click to go to next slide

    28. Prepositions Prepositions can show relationship or time, such as… beforethe fatal bite ina trance withhis “mini-me” Click to go to next slide

    29. For those of you who need a list of prepositions, the next slide has a list of common prepositions. Click to go to next slide

    30. Common Prepositions • of • off • on • onto • outside • over • than • through • to • about • above • across • after • against • along • amid • among • around • by • despite • down • during • except • for • from • in • inside • into • like • as • at • before • behind • below • beneath • beside • besides • between • beyond Click to go to next slide

    31. I need a break…time for a snack. Subject, Object, Possessive Pronouns Click to go to next slide

    32. The 3 types of pronouns are: SUBJECT, OBJECT, and POSSESSIVE. Click to go to next slide

    33. Pronouns A pronountakes the place of a noun. Just like this guy in the ugly costume. HEis taking the place of Garfield right now. guy in the ugly costume Click to go to next slide

    34. Pronouns This guy in the ugly costume is about to meet someone famous. HE will accompany me to Washington DC. HE is a lucky guy! guy in the ugly costume = HE Click to go to next slide

    35. SUBJECT Pronouns He and I met Barack Obama! Click to go to next slide

    36. SUBJECT Pronouns He & Iare subject pronouns. They can be used as subjects of sentences. Itis a cardboard cut out. I met Barack. He met Barack. Click to go to next slide

    37. SUBJECT Pronouns Use these pronouns with verbs, as the subject of the sentence. I You He She It We You (plural) They Click to go to next slide

    38. Pronoun Challenge Which of the sentences I’m holding uses the correct pronoun? Barack Obama met with my friend and I. Barack Obama met with my friend and me. Click to go to next slide

    39. PronounChallenge If you chose this sentence, you are correct. But why? Barack Obama met with my friend and me. Click to go to next slide

    40. Me = OBJECT Pronoun I = SUBJECT Pronoun Use the correct type of pronoun. Barack Obama met with my friend. Barack Obama met with me. Click to go to next slide

    41. OBJECT Pronouns Use object pronouns with prepositions. • Me • You • Him • Her • It • Us • You (plural) • Them about by from for of to with Click to go to next slide

    42. OBJECT Pronouns It just would not make sense to say, “Barack Obama met withI.” “with” is a preposition Use object pronoun “me” here! Click to go to next slide

    43. Which is correct? OBJECT Pronouns The cast of Jersey Shore will now include Garfield and I. The cast of Jersey Shore will now include Garfield and me. Exactly, Barack! Now let’s take this up a notch… Click to go to next slide

    44. OBJECT Pronouns • The cast of Jersey Shore will now include Garfield and me. • The cast of Jersey Shore will now include Garfield. • The cast of Jersey Shore will now include me. Click to go to next slide

    45. Object Pronouns Phil is a lunatic! Clearly something is wrong with him. As for Barack Obama and the Jersey Shore cast, Dr. Phil has no connection to them. Object pronoun Object pronoun Click to go to next slide

    46. Possessive Pronouns Possessive pronouns show ownership. Some examples include: Yourcar. This car is yours. Mycars These cars are mine. Click to go to next slide

    47. You’re gonna love this! How? When? To what degree? Adverbs Click to go to next slide

    48. Adverbs – How? So…How do you live your life? How do you think? Click to go to next slide

    49. Adverbs – How? Most adverbs end in -ly I live colorfully. I live carefully. I live bravely. Click to go to next slide

    50. Adverbs – How? rudely Well, I’d say you live your life… lazily unsuccessfully Click to go to next slide