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Subjects & Predicates. Complete?. Parts of Speech. Simple & Compound. Pronouns/ Cases. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt.

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  1. Subjects & Predicates Complete? Parts of Speech Simple & Compound Pronouns/ Cases 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt

  2. If the complete subject was underlined, this is the part of the sentence that would be left.

  3. What is the complete predicate?

  4. This is another name for the simple predicate.

  5. What is the verb?

  6. This is what is underlined. My grammar teacher is incredibly nice.

  7. What is the simple subject?

  8. Make this sentence have a compound predicate: Mrs. Scibilia cooks spaghetti.

  9. Example: Mrs. Scibiliacooks spaghetti and heats up the sauce.

  10. Combine these sentences to make ONE sentence with a COMPOUND subject: The puppy is very playful. So is the kitten.

  11. The puppy and the kitten are very playful.

  12. Every complete sentence must have these two things.

  13. What is a subject and a predicate?

  14. This is the term for an incomplete sentence.

  15. What is a fragment?

  16. This is what we would call the following: It’s really hot today, we’re going to the ocean.

  17. What is a run-on or comma splice?

  18. Fix this fragment to make it a complete sentence: Mrs. Malseed quietly to the library.

  19. Example: Mrs. Malseedwalked quietly to the library.

  20. These are two strategies for fixing a run-on sentence.

  21. What are break it into two separate sentences OR add a comma and conjunction?

  22. This is the term for the underlined section: I have written a novel.

  23. What is verb phrase?

  24. These are three types of verbs.

  25. What are action/main verb, helping verb, and linking verb?

  26. This is the helping verb in: She will study for the grammar test.

  27. What is “will”?

  28. This can take the place of a noun in writing.

  29. What is a pronoun?

  30. A sentence with a compound subject or a compound predicate has to have this.

  31. What is a conjunction?

  32. In a compound sentence, this punctuation mark must come before the conjunction.

  33. What is a comma?

  34. A compound sentence consists of two sentences joined by this.

  35. What is a comma and conjunction OR semi-colon?

  36. If a sentence has a compound subject and one verb, it is a…

  37. Simple sentence

  38. This is one way to combine these into a compound sentence: It is cold outside. I should wear a coat.

  39. It is cold outside, so I should wear a coat.

  40. Mrs. Scibilia wondered who would remember their homework but why should she worry. How would you correctly punctuate the above sentence?

  41. Mrs. Scibilia wondered who would remember their homework, but why should she worry?

  42. Name the objective and possessive forms of the personal pronoun “I”.

  43. What are “me” and “my”?

  44. Identify the plural pronouns in this sentence. Vampires sleep in coffins during the day where they hide from the sunlight that will destroy them.

  45. What is they and them?

  46. The noun that a pronoun replaces

  47. What is an antecedent?

  48. These are the three cases of nouns and pronouns in English.

  49. What are subject, objective, and possessive?

  50. I, his, we, your, them are all pronouns. Identify the name for this type of pronoun.

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