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Subjects , Predicates , & Objects. Sentence Structure Lesson. Warm up. What makes a sentence complete ? What makes a sentence incomplete ?. Subjects. Nouns and pronouns that take verbs Example Robert asked for his late work. It was late when we got home.

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subjects predicates objects

Subjects, Predicates, & Objects

Sentence Structure Lesson

warm up
Warmup

What makes a sentence complete?

What makes a sentence incomplete?

subjects
Subjects

Nouns and pronouns that take verbs

Example

Robert asked for his late work.

It was late when we got home.

Lime green is my favorite color.

predicates
Predicates

Actions (verbs) in the sentence

Examples

Jane cried.

Marcus was talking.

The rain ended the baseball game.

objects
Objects

Nouns that do not take predicates (verbs).

Examples

He kicked the can.

She threw the paperball at Eric.

Charity is important to humanity.

complete sentences
Complete Sentences

Each needs a subject and a predicate.

Imperative sentences do not need subjects.

Subjects are on the left, predicates are right.

Examples

Sheruns.

Stop.

I am.

Bobwent to school, but Kylestayed home.

compound subjects predicates
Compound Subjects & Predicates

Sentences can have more than one subject and/or predicate.

Chris andIstudied.

Janeswept and vacuumed.

She andI ate pizza and watched movies.

longer sentences
Longer Sentences

Sentences may have more than one set of subjects and predicates.

I wenthome and my momyelled at me.

Shethrew the ball at me but Idroppedit.

Ihad a headache until Itook a nap.

practice
Practice
  • Write each sentence.
  • Underline subjects.
  • Circle predicates.
  • Double-underline objects.
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Sean went home and did his homework.

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2

It doesn’t rain in the desert very much.

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3

My dog and I went to the lake and swam.

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4

Darren always picks Law in Tekken.

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5

Nike shoes are made by kids in sweatshops.