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  • Diagramming sentences 1

    1. 1. Diagramming SentencesPart 1by Mrs. Nair
    2. 2. Why DiagramSentences?forces you to analyze every wordexamines the function of every wordhelps review what you’ve already learnedmakes it easier to learn new concepts
    3. 3. How to Diagram
    4. 4. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentence
    5. 5. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.
    6. 6. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.1. Identify the subject and predicate (verb)
    7. 7. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.1. Identify the subject and predicate (verb)2. Draw the diagram with the subject on the left and the predicate (verb) on the right.
    8. 8. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.1. Identify the subject and predicate (verb)2. Draw the diagram with the subject on the left and the predicate (verb) on the right.
    9. 9. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.1. Identify the subject and predicate (verb)2. Draw the diagram with the subject on the left and the predicate (verb) on the right.
    10. 10. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.1. Identify the subject and predicate (verb)2. Draw the diagram with the subject on the left and the predicate (verb) on the right. SUBJECT PREDICATE
    11. 11. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.1. Identify the subject and predicate (verb)2. Draw the diagram with the subject on the left and the predicate (verb) on the right. SUBJECT PREDICATE
    12. 12. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.1. Identify the subject and predicate (verb)2. Draw the diagram with the subject on the left and the predicate (verb) on the right. SUBJECT PREDICATE
    13. 13. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.1. Identify the subject and predicate (verb)2. Draw the diagram with the subject on the left and the predicate (verb) on the right. SUBJECT PREDICATE Birds
    14. 14. How to DiagramBegin by diagramming a simple subject and verb sentenceExample: Birds will sing.1. Identify the subject and predicate (verb)2. Draw the diagram with the subject on the left and the predicate (verb) on the right. SUBJECT PREDICATE Birds will sing
    15. 15. More Examples
    16. 16. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl.
    17. 17. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl.
    18. 18. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl.
    19. 19. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl. Dogs
    20. 20. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl. Dogs growl
    21. 21. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl. Dogs growlExample: Boys are watching.
    22. 22. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl. Dogs growlExample: Boys are watching.
    23. 23. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl. Dogs growlExample: Boys are watching.
    24. 24. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl. Dogs growlExample: Boys are watching. Boys
    25. 25. More ExamplesExample: Dogs growl. Dogs growlExample: Boys are watching. Boys are watching
    26. 26. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound Subject
    27. 27. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:
    28. 28. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing.
    29. 29. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing.
    30. 30. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing. Bill
    31. 31. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing. Bill and
    32. 32. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing. Bill and Jack
    33. 33. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing. Bill are racing and Jack
    34. 34. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing. Bill are racing and Jack (SUBJECT)
    35. 35. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing. Bill are racing and Jack (SUBJECT)
    36. 36. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing. Bill are racing and Jack (SUBJECT) (PREDICATE)
    37. 37. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound SubjectIf a sentence has a compound subject, it looklike this:Example: Bill and Jack are racing. Bill are racing and Jack (SUBJECT) (PREDICATE)
    38. 38. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound Verbs
    39. 39. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound VerbsIf a sentence has a compound verb, it looks likethis:
    40. 40. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound VerbsIf a sentence has a compound verb, it looks likethis:Example: Bill is driving and racing.
    41. 41. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound VerbsIf a sentence has a compound verb, it looks likethis:Example: Bill is driving and racing. Bill
    42. 42. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound VerbsIf a sentence has a compound verb, it looks likethis:Example: Bill is driving and racing. Bill is
    43. 43. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound VerbsIf a sentence has a compound verb, it looks likethis:Example: Bill is driving and racing. driving Bill is
    44. 44. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound VerbsIf a sentence has a compound verb, it looks likethis:Example: Bill is driving and racing. driving Bill is and
    45. 45. Diagramming Sentenceswith Compound VerbsIf a sentence has a compound verb, it looks likethis:Example: Bill is driving and racing. driving Bill is and racing
    46. 46. Diagramming Sentences with Compound Verbs If a sentence has a compound verb, it looks like this: Example: Bill is driving and racing. driving Bill is and racing(SUBJECT)
    47. 47. Diagramming Sentences with Compound Verbs If a sentence has a compound verb, it looks like this: Example: Bill is driving and racing. driving Bill is and racing(SUBJECT)
    48. 48. Diagramming Sentences with Compound Verbs If a sentence has a compound verb, it looks like this: Example: Bill is driving and racing. driving Bill is and racing(SUBJECT) (PREDICATE)
    49. 49. Diagramming Sentences with Compound Verbs If a sentence has a compound verb, it looks like this: Example: Bill is driving and racing. driving Bill is and racing(SUBJECT) (PREDICATE)
    50. 50. Diagramming SentencesPart 1by Mrs. Nair

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