Sentence-Tanglers

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    Sentence Tanglers Grade 3
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    A double negative in a sentence is a sentence contains two negative words: He doesn't even know no one. My sister used to play. . um basketball. . but she doesn't no more. They don’t have nothin. But no -one didn’t answered.
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    Repeated information is another  common sentence tangler. For example, "We're going to the park so  since we're going to the park I'll bring  my bike," is a sentence that contains  repeated information.
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    Ain’t In speaking, many people use the  word "ain't."  In formal writing,  however, this is considered an  inappropriate verb form. 
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    Ain’t For example, in the sentence, "I  ain't going to clean my room," we  can replace "ain't" with "am not."
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    Subject Verb Agreement  When the subject is singular  the verb must be plural When the subject is plural  and the verb is singular. 
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