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Today’s Objective: We will identify the subject , predicate , and verb phrase in a sentence. . Complete Subjects and Predicates. A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. students. activities. LBCS. in. participate. LBCS students participate in activities.

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a sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought
A sentenceis a group of words that expresses a complete thought.

students

activities

LBCS

in

participate

every complete sentence has two basic parts
Every complete sentence has two basic parts:

a subjectand a predicate

LBCS students participate in activities.

Complete subject

Complete predicate

the complete subject includes all the words that tell whom or what the sentence is about
The complete subject includes all the words that tell whom or what the sentence is about.

LBCS students participate in activities.

Complete subject

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To find the completesubject, ask yourself: Who or what does something (or is something) in the sentence?

LBCS students participate in activities.

Complete subject

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The complete predicate includes the verb (action word) and all the words that complete the verb’s meaning.

LBCS students participate in activities.

Complete predicate

to find the complete predicate ask yourself what does the subject do
To find the complete predicate, ask yourself: What does the subject do?

LBCS students participate in activities.

Complete predicate

the simple subject is the main word or words the noun in the complete subject
The simple subject is the mainword or words (the noun) in the complete subject.

LBCS students participate in activities.

Simple subject

the simple predicate is the verb action word and is the main word in the complete predicate
The simple predicate is the verb (action word), and is the mainword in the complete predicate.

LBCS students participate in activities.

Simple predicate

why is this important

Writers sometimes drop verbs from sentences when they write quickly. Watch out for missing verbs when you revise!

Gilroy, California known as the “Garlic Capital of the World.”

Why is this important?

is

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Writers often use verb phrases to show time. Notice how the verb phrases show past, present, and future in the following sentences.

Why is this important?

In fourth grade, you learned about the Gold Rush. (past tense)

This year, you are learning rules of grammar. (present tense)

In high school, you will learn more advanced critical thinking skills. (future tense)

did we meet today s objective we will identify the subject predicate and verb phrase in a sentence
Did we meet today’s objective?We will identify the subject, predicate, and verb phrase in a sentence.