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Run on sentences launch

  1. 1. SUBJECT and PREDICATE
  2. 2. Is there anything wrong with this paragraph? On Tuesday night, my dad came home from work at 7:00 he walked in and kicked off his shoes he sat down on the sofa. Because he was tired. He then went upstairs to my room. And told me tomorrow our family is moving to Canada we were very surprised he did not mention anything about this before.
  3. 3. Is there anything wrong with this paragraph? Do you know where did I go in my mid- term holiday? I didn’t go anywhere, I just stayed in Hong Kong and watched TV, go to the playground or ride my scooter… Well sometimes I go and take walks, sometimes I don’t go. I did a lot of homework, first I need to do kumon and then I have to do Chinese homework.
  4. 4. • Every sentence has a subject and predicate that together form a complete thought.
  5. 5. Ms Lee is teaching a lesson. What/Who is this sentence about? Ms Lee SUBJECT: Ms Lee
  6. 6. Ms Lee is teaching a lesson. What does this sentence say about Ms Lee? She is teaching a lesson PREDICATE: is teaching a lesson
  7. 7. Subject Predicate Ms Lee is teaching a lesson
  8. 8. The dog ate my dinner. What/Who is this sentence about? The dog SUBJECT: the dog
  9. 9. The dog ate my dinner. What does this sentence say about the dog? (It) ate my dinner PREDICATE: ate my dinner
  10. 10. Example 1: Bart, Mike, and Jim went bowling. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  11. 11. Bart, Mike, and Jim went bowling. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  12. 12. Example 2: The giant tree is over 100 years old. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  13. 13. The giant tree is over 100 years old. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  14. 14. Example 3: Purple is my favorite colour. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  15. 15. Purple is my favorite colour. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  16. 16. Example 4: Ms Lee’s red sports car broke down. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  17. 17. Ms Lee’s red sports car broke down. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  18. 18. Example 5: Everybody in the gym cheered for the team. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  19. 19. Everybody in the gym cheered for the team. SUBJECT? PREDICATE?
  20. 20. Each group think of a good sentence and put them on the sentence strip.
  21. 21. Copy these sentences in your notebook: Circle the subject. Underline the predicate. 1. The man with the yellow hat is my friend. 2. Supermen and Spidermen are many children’s heroes. 3. Sushi is one of my favorite food.

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