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  • 1. Chapter 1, Lesson 1.notebook 1 August 16, 2013 Lesson 1: Complete Subjects & Complete Predicates A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. -Every complete sentence has two basic parts: a subject and a predicate. *Complete subject: includes all words that tell whom or what the sentence is about. *Complete predicate: includes the verb and the words that tell about the verb. The glass slipper fits only one person.
  • 2. Chapter 1, Lesson 1.notebook 2 August 16, 2013 How do I find the Complete Subject and Complete Predicate? Example: The prince searches for its owner. 1. To find the complete subject, ask who or what does something (or is something). Who searches for its owner? 2. To find the complete predicate, ask what the subject does (or is). What does the prince do?
  • 3. Chapter 1, Lesson 1.notebook 3 August 16, 2013 Label the Complete Subject & the Complete Predicate 1. People around the world tell Cinderella stories. 2. The oldest version of all comes from China. 3. The main character's name is Yeh-Shen. 4. This lovely young woman lives with a cruel stepmother and a selfish stepsister. 5. Yeh-Shen receives help from a wise old man and a dead goldfish.
  • 4. Chapter 1, Lesson 1.notebook 4 August 16, 2013 Label the Complete Subject & the Complete Predicate 6. The bones from the dead goldfish grant the unlucky maiden's wish. 7. She goes to the party in a beautiful cloak and a beautiful pair of slippers. 8. One of the slippers falls off Yeh-Shen's foot. 9. A kind man seeks the slipper's owner. 10. You probably know the rest of the story.
  • 5. Chapter 1, Lesson 1.notebook 5 August 16, 2013