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Noun and sentence review 13 14

  1. 1. • Concrete nouns - can be seen or touched ex. house, coffee cup, coffee, concrete, sharks • Abstract nouns - you can think about but cannot see or touch ex. idea, dreams, personality, joy, courage
  2. 2. • Collective nouns - a collection of persons, animals, or things ex. class, family, herd, murder (of crows), group, pack, team • Proper nouns - specific person, place, thing, or idea; always capitalized ex. Abe Lincoln, Mr. Alpert, Disneyland, Maddy, Steven Spielberg, James Bond, Adam Sandler, Americans
  3. 3. • Common nouns - any noun that is not a proper noun ex. sugar, speakers, sharks, sister
  4. 4. All of the students believe that Mr. Alpert is Batman, but they are wrong.
  5. 5. All of the students believe that Mr. Alpert is Batman, but they are wrong.
  6. 6. All of the students believe that Mr. Alpert is Batman, but they are wrong.
  7. 7. All of the students believe that Mr. Alpert is Batman, but they are wrong.
  8. 8. Danny was filled with joy when he discovered the garden gnome in his yard.
  9. 9. Danny was filled with joy when he discovered the garden gnome in his yard.
  10. 10. Danny didn’t understand why he failed his geography test.
  11. 11. Danny didn’t understand why he failed his geography test.
  12. 12. • Subject • Predicate
  13. 13. The dashing hero stopped the mischievous villain.
  14. 14. The dashing hero stopped the mischievous villain.
  15. 15. The dashing hero stopped the mischievous villain.
  16. 16. The dashing hero stopped the mischievous villain.
  17. 17. The dashing hero stopped the mischievous villain.
  18. 18. The dashing hero stopped the mischievous villain.
  19. 19. The dashing hero stopped the mischievous villain.
  20. 20. The dashing hero stopped the mischievous villain.
  21. 21. • am • was • played • being
  22. 22. • am • was • played • being
  23. 23. Doctor Disaster devised a plan to conquer the world using only magnets, chocolate, Diet Coke, and confusion.
  24. 24. Doctor Disaster devised a plan to conquer the world using only magnets, chocolate, Diet Coke, and confusion.
  25. 25. Doctor Disaster devised a plan to conquer the world using only magnets, chocolate, Diet Coke, and confusion.
  26. 26. Doctor Disaster devised a plan to conquer the world using only magnets, chocolate, Diet Coke, and confusion.
  27. 27. Doctor Disaster devised a plan to conquer the world using only magnets, chocolate, Diet Coke, and confusion.
  28. 28. Doctor Disaster devised a plan to conquer the world using only magnets, chocolate, Diet Coke, and confusion.
  29. 29. Doctor Disaster devised a plan to conquer the world using only magnets, chocolate, Diet Coke, and confusion.
  30. 30. Doctor Disaster devised a plan to conquer the world using only magnets, chocolate, Diet Coke, and confusion.
  31. 31. The Aggies and the Rangers are two of Mr. Alpert’s favorite teams.
  32. 32. Compound Subject (2)
  33. 33. The Aggies and the Rangers are two of Mr. Alpert’s favorite teams.
  34. 34. The Aggies and the Rangers are two of Mr. Alpert’s favorite teams.
  35. 35. The Aggies and the Rangers are two of Mr. Alpert’s favorite teams.
  36. 36. The Aggies won the game and celebrated with the fans.
  37. 37. Compound Predicate (2)
  38. 38. The Aggies won the game and celebrated with the fans.
  39. 39. The Aggies won the game and celebrated with the fans.
  40. 40. Jared won.
  41. 41. Jared won. – Complete Sentence
  42. 42. Stayed up all night playing video games and eating peanut butter and popcorn!
  43. 43. Stayed up all night playing video games and eating peanut butter and popcorn! - Fragment
  44. 44. We won’t give up until every last grain of rice in the world is counted!
  45. 45. We won’t give up until every last grain of rice in the world is counted! – Complete Sentence
  46. 46. The horse ran past the woods and into the meadow he jumped over the fence.
  47. 47. The horse ran past the woods and into the meadow he jumped over the fence.- Run-on Sentence

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