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This presentation describes the main components of a sentence and the types of sentences in a very simple way. It is designed for ESL students on primary school levels

This presentation describes the main components of a sentence and the types of sentences in a very simple way. It is designed for ESL students on primary school levels

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  • 1. Sentences A quick overview for elementary level students
  • 2. Complete Sentences
    • Tells you about someone or something
    • It has two parts.
      • Naming Part and Action Part
    • Expresses a complete thought.
  • 3. Example of Complete Sentences
    • Bobby is laughing.
    • The bunny is hopping.
  • 4. Naming Part
    • Noun
    • Tells the name of a place or thing
    • Also known as subject
  • 5. Action Part
    • Verb
    • Tells what a person can do
    • Tells what a thing can do
  • 6. Kind of Sentences Telling Sentences Exclamatory Sentences Interrogatives
  • 7. Telling Sentences
    • Tell something
    • End with a period (.)
    • Example:
    • The woman is playing basketball.
  • 8. Exclamatory Sentences
    • Exclaim something
    • End with an exclamatory point (!)
    • Example:
    • What a great day to play!
  • 9. Interrogative Sentences
    • Ask something
    • End with a question mark (?)
    • Example:
    • Would you like to play baseball?
  • 10. Capital Letters
    • First word in a sentence
    • Every sentence begins with capital letter.
    • Example :
    • My favorite sport is baseball.
  • 11. Sentences and Word Order
        • Order of words affect sentence meaning
        • The dog chases the boy. The boy chases the dog.
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