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Sentences

  1. 1. Sentences 1 DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  2. 2. Meaning: 2 A sentence is a group of words which starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop (.), question mark (?) or exclamationLEARNING (!). A mark DELL YOUTH
  3. 3. Parts of the sentences Subject Predicate 3 DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  4. 4. SUBJECTS AND PREDICATES 4 Every complete sentences contains two parts: subject and predicate. The subject is what (or whom)the sentence is about while the predicate DELL YOUTH LEARNING tells something about the
  5. 5. 5 Example: Judy and her dog run on the beach every morning. Judy and the dog are the subjects. Running on the beach is predicate. YOUTH LEARNING DELL
  6. 6. Exercise Can you find the subject in each sentences below? • My little brother broke his finger. • His uncle bob asked for directions. • Those soldiers carried 6 DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  7. 7. Exercise Answers: 7 • My little brother broke his finger. • His uncle bob asked for directions. • Those DELL YOUTH LEARNING carried soldiers
  8. 8. Exercise Can you find the predicate in each sentences below? 8 • My little brother broke his finger. • His uncle bob asked for directions. • Those soldiers carried DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  9. 9. Exercise Answers 9 • My little brother broke his finger. • His uncle bob asked for directions. • Those soldiers carried guns. DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  10. 10. Kinds of sentences There are four different kinds of sentences Declarative Interrogative  Imperative  Exclamatory 10 DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  11. 11. Declarative Sentence • A declarative sentence makes a statement. • He likes pepperoni pizza. • The umbrella is green. • Mrs. Smith is a teacher. 11 DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  12. 12. Interrogative Sentence • An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark. • Do you like pepperoni pizza? • Have you seen my umbrella? • Who is your teacher? 12 DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  13. 13. Imperative Sentence • An imperative sentence gives a command. It ends with a full stop. • Go to your room. • Throw me the ball. • Bob, please close the door. 13 DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  14. 14. Exclamatory Sentence • An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. It ends with an exclamation point. • Hooray! • Wow! That’s great news! 14 DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  15. 15. Exercise find the types sentences below ? • • • • 15 Are you going to the movies tonight? What a great movie that was! “Open to Chapter 5 of your math book.” There are many different kinds of animals at the zoo. DELL YOUTH LEARNING
  16. 16. Answers • Are you going to the movies tonight?Interrogative • What a great movie that was!- Exclamatory • “Open to Chapter 5 of your math book.”Imperative • There are many different kinds of animals at the zoo- Declarative 16 DELL YOUTH LEARNING
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