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As I understand, you were commanded not to look out the window.<br />Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)<br />Invitation to No...
Parts of Speech<br />Nouns=	1			Gerund= 0<br />Pronouns=  2		Participle tense= 1<br />Verbs=  4			Infinitive=  1<br />Prep...
Sub conj<br />Nom pron<br />Nom pron<br />Av, pres<br />hv<br />Av, past part<br />As I understand, you were commanded not...
Parts of the Sentence<br />Subject = 2<br />Predicate = 2<br />Simple Subject = 1<br />Simple Predicate = 1<br />Complemen...
Dependent clause<br />s<br />v<br />ss<br />Sp, int<br /><As I understand>, you were commanded not (to look) (out the wind...
Clauses, Sentence Type/Purpose<br />Clauses (independent or dependent?)<br />Sentence Type (Simple, Compound, Complex, Com...
<As I understand>, {you were commanded not to look out the window}.<br />Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)<br />Declarative,...
Often I like grits, cheesy and hot, with my eggs; often I just prefer eggs by themselves.<br />Mrs. Garrison, 2010<br />Yo...
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  1. 1. As I understand, you were commanded not to look out the window.<br />Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)<br />Invitation to Notice: What do you see with your reader’s eyes? What do you see with your writer’s eyes?<br />
  2. 2. Parts of Speech<br />Nouns= 1 Gerund= 0<br />Pronouns= 2 Participle tense= 1<br />Verbs= 4 Infinitive= 1<br />Prepositions= 2 Article= 1<br />Adjectives= 0<br />Adverbs= 1<br />Conjunction= 1<br />
  3. 3. Sub conj<br />Nom pron<br />Nom pron<br />Av, pres<br />hv<br />Av, past part<br />As I understand, you were commanded not (to look) (out the window).<br />Cn, sg, op<br />adv<br />v<br />prep<br />prep<br />art<br />infinitive<br />Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)<br />Wednesday Directions: Research in the pink pages and find the part of speech for each word in the sentence.<br />
  4. 4. Parts of the Sentence<br />Subject = 2<br />Predicate = 2<br />Simple Subject = 1<br />Simple Predicate = 1<br />Complements (DO, IO, predicate nominative, predicate adjective) = 1<br />Transitive or Intransitive=1<br />Appositive = 0<br />Objects (of prep, infinitive, gerund) = 1<br />Phrases (prep, gerund, participle, infinitive) = 2<br />
  5. 5. Dependent clause<br />s<br />v<br />ss<br />Sp, int<br /><As I understand>, you were commanded not (to look) (out the window).<br />IO<br />op<br />infinitive<br />Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)<br />Thursday Directions: Research in the pink pages and identify the parts of a sentence.<br />
  6. 6. Clauses, Sentence Type/Purpose<br />Clauses (independent or dependent?)<br />Sentence Type (Simple, Compound, Complex, Compound Complex)<br />Sentence Purpose (Declarative, Imperative, Exclamatory, Interrogative)<br />
  7. 7. <As I understand>, {you were commanded not to look out the window}.<br />Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)<br />Declarative, complex<br />Friday Directions: Research and identify the clauses and sentence purpose/type<br />
  8. 8. Often I like grits, cheesy and hot, with my eggs; often I just prefer eggs by themselves.<br />Mrs. Garrison, 2010<br />Your turn! Imitate the sentence we’ve been working with all week.<br />
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