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  • Diagramming Sentences 3

    1. 1. Diagramming SentencesPart 2:The Subject Modified by a Possessive Nounby Mrs. Nair
    2. 2. The Subject Modified bya Possessive Noun
    3. 3. The Subject Modified by a Possessive NounA noun can be used to modify another noun by making itpossessive (adding an apostrophe and s)
    4. 4. The Subject Modified by a Possessive NounA noun can be used to modify another noun by making itpossessive (adding an apostrophe and s)This is called a possessive noun because it showspossession
    5. 5. The Subject Modified by a Possessive NounA noun can be used to modify another noun by making itpossessive (adding an apostrophe and s)This is called a possessive noun because it showspossessionPlease review the rules for adding apostrophes topossessives on pp. 64-65 of Our Mother Tongue
    6. 6. The Subject Modified bya Possessive Noun
    7. 7. The Subject Modified by a Possessive NounPossessive nouns are diagrammed the same way asadjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify.
    8. 8. The Subject Modified by a Possessive NounPossessive nouns are diagrammed the same way asadjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify.Remember: a possessive noun serves as an adjectivebecause it modifies a noun
    9. 9. The Subject Modified by a Possessive NounPossessive nouns are diagrammed the same way asadjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify.Remember: a possessive noun serves as an adjectivebecause it modifies a nounExample: Betty’s dog was found.
    10. 10. The Subject Modified by a Possessive NounPossessive nouns are diagrammed the same way asadjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify.Remember: a possessive noun serves as an adjectivebecause it modifies a nounExample: Betty’s dog was found. dog
    11. 11. The Subject Modified by a Possessive NounPossessive nouns are diagrammed the same way asadjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify.Remember: a possessive noun serves as an adjectivebecause it modifies a nounExample: Betty’s dog was found. dog Bet ty’s
    12. 12. The Subject Modified by a Possessive NounPossessive nouns are diagrammed the same way asadjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify.Remember: a possessive noun serves as an adjectivebecause it modifies a nounExample: Betty’s dog was found. dog was found Bet ty’s
    13. 13. The Subject Modified by a Possessive Noun Possessive nouns are diagrammed the same way as adjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify. Remember: a possessive noun serves as an adjective because it modifies a noun Example: Betty’s dog was found. dog was found Bet ty’s(SUBJECT)
    14. 14. The Subject Modified by a Possessive Noun Possessive nouns are diagrammed the same way as adjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify. Remember: a possessive noun serves as an adjective because it modifies a noun Example: Betty’s dog was found. dog was found Bet ty’s(SUBJECT)
    15. 15. The Subject Modified by a Possessive Noun Possessive nouns are diagrammed the same way as adjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify. Remember: a possessive noun serves as an adjective because it modifies a noun Example: Betty’s dog was found. dog was found Bet ty’s(SUBJECT) (PREDICATE)
    16. 16. The Subject Modified by a Possessive Noun Possessive nouns are diagrammed the same way as adjectives: on a diagonal line below the noun they modify. Remember: a possessive noun serves as an adjective because it modifies a noun Example: Betty’s dog was found. dog was found Bet ty’s(SUBJECT) (PREDICATE)
    17. 17. Diagramming SentencesPart 2:The Subject Modified by a Possessive Nounby Mrs. Nair

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