Unit 1 Grammar Review
   Remember a complete sentence must    have a subject and a predicate. If it    doesn’t, it is a FRAGMENT.    ◦ Examples...
   Run-ons are sentences that are placed in    the same sentence without a connector.    ◦ The chair is comfortable it is...
   Imperative: this is a command. Like…    ◦ Give me the book.    ◦ Be ready for the game.   Interrogative: These are qu...
   Declarative: This is a sentence that just    states something.    ◦ My dog has fleas.    ◦ That is a comfortable chair...
   Every complete sentence has a subject    and predicate.    ◦ The yellow ribbon was tied around the tree.      To find...
 Simple subject and predicate are just the  subject without any adjectives and the  verb by itself. The yellow ribbon wa...
   Subject complements are sentences with    linking verbs where a subject complement    renames or describes the subject...
   Subject Complements can either be    predicate nouns and predicate adjectives.    ◦ Predicate Nouns:      My dog is a...
   Object    Complements are:    ◦ Direct Objects    ◦ Indirect ObjectsObject Complements
 They are the noun being acted upon by  the verb. You find them by asking “verb” what?    ◦ Please give me a chance. Ask...
   Indirect Objects are the nouns that    something is done to or for.    ◦ To find them ask “Verb” to or for whom or    ...
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Unit 1 grammar review

  1. 1. Unit 1 Grammar Review
  2. 2.  Remember a complete sentence must have a subject and a predicate. If it doesn’t, it is a FRAGMENT. ◦ Examples: When I was young and just starting out. (This is a clause with no subj or pred.) ◦ The giant, scary bear with the sharp claws and matted fur. (This is a subject with no predicate.)Fragments
  3. 3.  Run-ons are sentences that are placed in the same sentence without a connector. ◦ The chair is comfortable it is made of leather. (run-on) ◦ This chair is comfortable and it is made of leather. (now it is a properly formed sentence)Run-ons
  4. 4.  Imperative: this is a command. Like… ◦ Give me the book. ◦ Be ready for the game. Interrogative: These are questions. ◦ Who is the winner? ◦ How are you?Types of Sentences
  5. 5.  Declarative: This is a sentence that just states something. ◦ My dog has fleas. ◦ That is a comfortable chair. Exclamatory: This sentence shows excitement or emotion. ◦ That was awesome! ◦ What an amazing jobTypes ofSentences
  6. 6.  Every complete sentence has a subject and predicate. ◦ The yellow ribbon was tied around the tree.  To find the subject and predicate, first find the verb… it is was tied.  Ask, “What was tied?” Answer, The yellow ribbon. So, The Yellow ribbon is your subject. The verb was tied and EVERYTHING else is the predicate.  The yellow ribbon was tied around the tree.Complete subject and predicate
  7. 7.  Simple subject and predicate are just the subject without any adjectives and the verb by itself. The yellow ribbon was tied around the tree.Simple Subject and Predicate
  8. 8.  Subject complements are sentences with linking verbs where a subject complement renames or describes the subject. ◦ Example: My mother is a nurse. (The subject complement renames mom as a nurse.) ◦ That movie was scary. (The subject complement scary describes the movie.Subject Complements
  9. 9.  Subject Complements can either be predicate nouns and predicate adjectives. ◦ Predicate Nouns:  My dog is a cocker spaniel.  My house is a colonial.  Your favorite subject is gym. ◦ Predicate Adjectives:  You are beautiful.  That boy is funny.Predicate Nouns and Adjectives
  10. 10.  Object Complements are: ◦ Direct Objects ◦ Indirect ObjectsObject Complements
  11. 11.  They are the noun being acted upon by the verb. You find them by asking “verb” what? ◦ Please give me a chance. Ask “give” what? The answer, a chance is your direct object. ◦ Bill sings that song beautifully. “Sings” what? That songDirect Objects
  12. 12.  Indirect Objects are the nouns that something is done to or for. ◦ To find them ask “Verb” to or for whom or what? ◦ Example: Please give me the book. Ask, give to whom? Answer, Me is the indirect object. ◦ Bill wrote Sarah a note. Wrote to or for whom? Sarah is the indirect object!!Indirect Object

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