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4 Types of Sentences

4 Types of Sentences

4 Types of Sentences. A sentence:. A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. A declarative sentence:. A declarative sentence makes a statement or tells something. Example: James Blue was my grandfather. An interrogative sentence:.

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3 Types of Sentences

3 Types of Sentences

3 Types of Sentences. 3 Kinds of Sentences. simple, compound, complex. Simple Sentences. It expresses a single complete thought that can stand on its own. A simple sentence contains a subject and a verb . EXAMPLES . The baby cried for food .

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A group of words that expresses a complete thought

A group of words that expresses a complete thought

A group of words that expresses a complete thought. Buy a Hint 50 pts. Check Your Answer. I ride the school bus every day. What is a sentence ?. A group of words that does not express a complete thought. Buy a Hint 50 pts. Check Your Answer. The water in the puddle.

By irina
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Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences

Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences

Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences. Phrases . Groups of words Do not contain a subject and verb Is not a complete thought or sentence THINK PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE For example—I am a student at Simmons Middle School. Clauses . Phrase that contains a subject and verb

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Complete Sentences

Complete Sentences

Complete Sentences. Look Again Lesson 5. Complete Sentences. Every sentence has two parts. A sentence must be a complete thought. The subject of a sentence is the naming part that tells WHO or WHAT The predicate begins with the verb and is the telling part.

By alegria
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Fragments

Fragments

Fragments. Pasco-Hernando Community College Tutorial Series. What is a fragment?. A fragment is a group of words that is less than a sentence. A fragment lacks either a subject, predicate (verb ), or a complete thought. 

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Subordinating Conjunctions that Introduce Dependent Clauses for Cause and Effect:

Subordinating Conjunctions that Introduce Dependent Clauses for Cause and Effect:

Subordinating Conjunctions that Introduce Dependent Clauses for Cause and Effect:. When Because Since If Now That So that. by Patricia Galien http://pjgalien.wordpress.com/. Independent and Dependent Clauses. An independent clause has a subject and a verb. is a complete thought.

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Clauses

Clauses

Clauses. Not the Santa kind… Pg. 92-103. The Clause. A clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a verb Ex. The magic Pooh bear sits on the cabinet. subject verb Ex. Before the magic Pooh bear arrived

By yosefu
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Mastering the Mechanics of Writing

Mastering the Mechanics of Writing

Mastering the Mechanics of Writing. Hillary Wentworth Writing Specialist Walden Writing Center. Questions and Recording. Type in the Questions box Access captioning Download slides View recording http://writingcenter.waldenu.edu/415.htm. Session Overview. Parts of a sentence

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Independent and Dependent Clauses

Independent and Dependent Clauses

Independent and Dependent Clauses . An independent clause is a group of words that contains a subject and verb and expresses a complete thought . An independent clause is a sentence. Jim studied in the cafeteria for his chemistry quiz.

By adli
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THE FOUR BASIC SENTENCES

THE FOUR BASIC SENTENCES

THE FOUR BASIC SENTENCES. Delta Unit. Introduction. We communicate through spoken and written language The people in this picture are engaged in conversation. Topics of Discussion. We communicate by stating facts, making a request, asking questions, or showing feelings. Topic One.

By Jims
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Sentence Review

Sentence Review

Sentence Review. What every sentence needs Parts of a sentence Types of sentences. Every sentence must…. Begin with a capital letter. Contain a verb. End with a . ! or ?. Subjects Tells who or what the sentence is about. Contains the noun of the sentence. Usually comes first.

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Grammar - Basic Overview and Tips

Grammar - Basic Overview and Tips

Grammar - Basic Overview and Tips. Fragments. What is a fragment? An incomplete sentence which does not contain a main clause. What constitutes a complete sentence? Verb: express action or links information to the subject. Subject: who or what is doing the action.

By keena
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SIMPLE SENTENCES with ZEST!

SIMPLE SENTENCES with ZEST!

SIMPLE SENTENCES with ZEST!. SENTENCE PATTERN 1 Simple Sentence. A REVIEW. SS. S. V. O. SIMPLE SENTENCES WILL ALWAYS BE AN INDEPENDENT CLAUSE (EXPRESS A COMPLETE THOUGHT) Fish swim in the river . Koalas eat eucalyptus . I am awesome . Fuzzy  Wuzzy was a bear .

By estefani
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Punctuation Pattern Sheet

Punctuation Pattern Sheet

Punctuation Pattern Sheet. 1. . Independent clause. 2. ; . Independent clause. Independent clause.

By villette
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Fragments and Run-on Sentences

Fragments and Run-on Sentences

Fragments and Run-on Sentences. Chapters 24 and 25 . Sentence Fragments. A sentence fragment is a group of words that lacks a subject or a verb and does not express a complete thought. The most common types of fragments are: Dependent-word - ing and –to Added-detail Missing-subject.

By dior
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What do you know about this picture?

What do you know about this picture?

What do you know about this picture?. What can you remember about “The Tortoise and the Hare?”. “Slow and steady wins the race.”. THEME!!!. Theme. The central message of a work. . Themes have the following characteristics: Must be expressed as a sentence (complete thought)

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Clauses and the Building Blocks of Sentences

Clauses and the Building Blocks of Sentences

Clauses and the Building Blocks of Sentences. Clauses. Independent Clause Has both a subject and a verb. Makes up a complete thought, with no missing elements. Is the same as a sentence. Example: People like this school. . Dependent Clause Does not make a complete thought.

By micol
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Review:

Review:

Review:. We did a nice job with independent and dependent clauses on Wednesday However, punctuation was a failure Review: What is a semicolon for? (;) When can I use a comma?. Fragments. A sentence fragment is an incomplete sentence.

By sasha
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The Sentence: A Way of Thinking

The Sentence: A Way of Thinking

The Sentence: A Way of Thinking A sentence must contain at least one subject and one verb, and it must form a complete thought. A fragment is missing a subject or verb, and/or it doesn’t contain a complete thought.

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