Parts of a Sentence Notes.pptx - Parts of a Sentence Define Subject subject The of a sentence is the person place thin idea or that g ver is doing the

Parts of a Sentence Notes.pptx - Parts of a Sentence Define...

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Unformatted text preview: Parts of a Sentence Define Subject: subject The _______________________ of a sentence is the person place __________________, _________________, thin idea __________________, or _____________________ that g ver is doing the action of the _________________. b Steps to Identifying the Parts of a Sentence Step #1 verb Find the ___________. v Bob hit me the ball. Step #2 subject Find the ____________________. How? Ask who what _________________ or _________________ is doing the verb. subjec The answer will be the ____________________. t s v Bob hit me the ball. Step #3 Ask yourself a question. Is the verb an action __________________ or a linking state of being ________________/____________________________ verb? Step #4 action If the verb is ___________________, go to step (5) five ______________________. If the verb is a ______________________________________ verb, go state of being to step _____________________. (7) seven Step #5 direct Find the ______________________ object. Find it by asking yourself a question. What is being affected _______________________ by the verb? The answer direct object will be the _________________________. S v do Bob hit me the ball. Step #6 indirec Find the ______________________ object. Find it by t a question. Who or what is the asking yourself direct object ______________________________ for, or who or direct object what will be affected by the _________________? The answer will be the _________________________. indirect object S V io do Bob hit me the ball. Step #7 predicate Find the ______________________ noun. To find one, linkin look after the ______________ verb and see if g renaming there is a word that is ________________ the predicate subject. If you don’t find a ________________ noun, (8) eight go to step ________________________. Example S LV Larry was a P student. N Predicate noun/ renames Larry. Step #8 Find the ___________________adjective. predicate To linking find one, look after the __________________ verb and see if there is a word that is __________________ the subject. describing Example (change the sentence on your notes) S LV PA Larry was sweet. Special Notes: subject The ______________, direct object _____________________, indirect object ______________________, predicate noun ________________________, or ____________________________ predicate adjective will never be in a prepositional phrase. Let’s review with Bob… S V DO IO Bob hit the ball to me. Lastly… compound It is possible to have ________________________(2) subjects, verbs, direct objects, indirect objects, predicate nouns, and predicate adjectives. Let’s practice with compound words Larry and Bob hit and threw Sam and me the ball and bat. Jack and Jill were students and teachers. Dave and Roger are tall and thin. More Practice The teacher gave me a piece of paper. More Practice The students were tired. Last one! Ryan bought a ring for Maggie. Just kidding! This is the last one. The group of students was tired. ...
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