p-1 - 2 Phrases Phrase Definition CGroup CRelated words...

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4/8/11 Sentence Components CSubject (the doer) CVerb (the action or state of the doer) CComplement (the completion of the idea) Phrase Definition CGroup CRelated words CWITHOUT a subject AND a verb Phrase Types (by function) CIntroductory CInterruptive CConcluding Phrase Types (by part of speech) CNoun CVerb CPreposition CAdjective CAdverb Clause Definition CGroup CRelated words CWITH a subject AND a verb Clause Type CIndependent/ Main (can stand alone) CDependent/Subordinate (can’t stand alone) CEmbedded (attached to another clause) Clause Connectors (Conjunctions) Coordinating (FANBOYS)—never moves from the middle when clauses are reversed Subordinating—always moves with the associated clause when clauses are reversed Sentence Types Sentence Type Dependent Clauses Independen t Clauses Simple Compound Complex Compound- Complex 0 0 1+ 1+ 1 2+ 1 2+ Clauses Phrases Basic Sentence 1 2 3 4 Sentence Basics
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4/8/11 Subject (the actor) Verb (the action or state of the actor) Complement (the completion of the idea) Basic Sentence Components Nicole read a book. Nicole is my sister. Nicole and Lisa read a book and watched a show. Singular Subjects & Verbs Compound Subjects & Verbs
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4/8/11 Phrase Definition Group Related words WITHOUT a subject AND a verb Phrase Types (by function)
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