Mrs. Bieltz. Grammar REview. Toddlers, tweens , and teens (demands/demand) attention. Agreement. Each of the students (was/were) planning to study tonight(;/,) they went to the party instead. Pronoun and Punctuation. Choose the correct sentence: The senate make you vote.
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Toddlers, tweens, and teens (demands/demand) attention.Agreement
Each of the students (was/were) planning to study tonight(;/,) they went to the party instead.Pronoun and Punctuation
Choose the correct sentence: tonight(;/,) they went to the party instead.
The senate make you vote.
The senate make you votes.
The senate makes you vote.
The senates makes you vote.Agreement-Subject/verb
Independent clause tonight(;/,) they went to the party instead.: a group of words that contains a subject and verb and expresses a complete thought. An independent clause is a sentence.
Dependent clause: a group of words that contains and subject and a verb but does not express a complete thought. A dependent clause cannot be a sentence. Often a dependent clause is marked by a dependent marker.
Dependent markers: after, although, as, as if, because, before, even if, even though, if, in order to, since, though, unless, until, whatever, when, whenever, whether, while.
Conjunctions: and, but, for, nor, or, so, yet
Joining words: however, consequently, for example, moreover, namely, nevertheless, otherwise, therefore, that is, thusClauses: semicolon vs. comma
1. Dependent clause – comma – independent clause tonight(;/,) they went to the party instead.
Because I like cake, I ate too much.
2. Independent clause – comma – conjunction – independent clause
I like cake, so I ate too much.
3. Independent clause – semicolon – joining word – comma – independent clause
I like cake; therefore, I have too much.
4. Independent clause – semicolon – independent clause
I like cake; I ate too much!Working with Clauses
Punctuate the following sentence correctly: tonight(;/,) they went to the party instead.
Mrs. Bieltz the greatest instructor was a teaching extraordinaire!
Can you locate a phrase in this sentence?
Can you locate a clause in this sentence?Comma and Phrases/Clauses
Identify the underlined parts of the sentence: tonight(;/,) they went to the party instead.
In Greek mythology, Hermes delivered godsmessages from humans.
Direct object is a word or word group that receives the action of the verb or shows the result of the action, answering the question Whom? Or What? after a transitive verb.
Indirect object tells to whom or to what or for whom or for what the action of the verb is done.
Indirect objects generally precede direct objects.Direct and Indirect Objects
Locate the prepositional phrases: tonight(;/,) they went to the party instead.
Between the two buildings is a concrete wall.
The penguins jumped into the sea.Prepositional Phrase
Find subordinate clause. tonight(;/,) they went to the party instead.
Determine how it is used: subject, predicate nominative, direct object, indirect object, object of preposition.
Determine the case for this use of the pronoun.
Select the correct case form of the pronoun.Who vs. Whom in subordinate clause