WHAT IS A SENTENCE?
It is a group of words that makes a statement
and can be followed by a period or other terminal
punctuation, question mark, or an exclamation
mark. It has the principal elements– the subject
and the predicate, or in more technical sense– an
NP (noun phrase) and VP (verb phrase)
Simple Subject- main noun or pronoun alone that
performs the action.
e.g. Jane went home.
Complete Subject- the noun phrase that has its main
noun or pronoun and its modifiers
e.g. The new teacher taught English to foreigners.
Compound Subject- consists two or more nouns and/ or
Anne and her young daughter watched Les
OTHER KINDS OF SUBJECTS
Dummy subject- the subject with no concrete
e.g. It is raining hard outside!
Hidden Subject- the subject before the verb in
e.g. Keep up the good work!
It is the information about the subject. It is
composed of a group of words that states what
the subject does or is.
e.g. Jane went home late.
KINDS OF PREDICATE
Sentence: The new teacher taught English to
Simple Predicate- is the important verb or verb
phrase in the sentence. E.g. taught
Complete Predicate- is the verb phrase, as well
as its modifiers and/ or complements that tell
what the complete subject is.
e.g. Taught English to foreigners
Compound Predicate- it is composed of two or
more verbs that have the same subject. The verbs
are joined by a coordinating conjunction.
e.g. Anne left the house early but arrived late
TYPES OF SENTENCES ACCORDING
Compound- complex Sentence
Composed of a single independent clause. This
means that it consists of one or more subjects and
one or more verbs.
One subject and one
The bird built a nest
made of twigs and
leaves for its young.
One subject and two
The actress cried and
laughed at the same
Two subjects and one
Pam and Tony were
given awards by the
Two independent clauses+ one or more dependent
Jam forgot his
engagement, so he
failed when he told
the news to the
TYPES OF SENTENCES ACCORDING
CLASSIFY THE FOLLOWING
SENTENCES ACCORDING TO
I love you.
Do you love me?
I love you!
IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF SENTENCES ACCORDING TO
STRUCTURE. WRITE SS FOR SIMPLE, CS FOR
COMPOUND, CXS FOR COMPLEX, AND CCS FOR
____________ 1. Nelia and Jristan have an arrangement
every summer over where they should spend their
____________ 2. Rey loves to go in the farm and spend
his days planting.
____________ 3. Benjo likes the view that he gets from
the rooftop and he enjoys listening to music while he is
____________ 4. Leah says that it is exciting to carve
wood, chase chicken, and camp.
____________ 5. Tony dislikes sitting on the beach; he
always gets a nasty sunburn.
READ THE SENTENCES. BOX THE
SUBJECT OF THE SENTENCE AND
UNDERLINE THE PREDICATE.
1. The girl plays the piano
2. The hunter caught the fox.
4. The sun sets at the west.
5. Yesterday we played
MAKE A 4-LINE POEM
CONSISTING THE FOUR
TYPES OF SENTENCES
ACCORDING TO PURPOSE
WITH THE THEME:
EDUCATION FOR PEACE .