Word for: Climb upward by crawling with difficulties; scramble up.
the green sweater
What is the subject in the sentence: "The green sweater was my favorite one."
"Dr. Allison makes house calls on Thursdays." What is the subject?
shook the buildings from their foundations
"The earthquake shook the buildings from their foundations." What is the predicate?
. . . is the author of Pippi Longstocking.
Astrid Lindgren is the author of Pippi Longstocking.
1. declarative sentence
2. exclamatory sentence
3. imperative sentence
4. interrogative sentence
Name 4 types of sentences.
A statement; a sentence that says something
What is a declarative sentence?
Exclamatory sentence: exclamation; a sentence that shows strong emotion.
What is an exclamatory sentence?
Imperative sentence: command; a sentence that orders or gives instructions.
What is an imperative sentence?
Interrogative sentence: question; a sentence that asks something
What is an interrogative sentence?
2. _S_: The princess ruled over her peaceful land
3. _S_: Kings and queens visited this happy place
Identify the complete sentence(s):
1. ____ Once upon a time, a long time ago
2. ____ The princess ruled over her peaceful land
3. ____ Kings and queens visited this happy place
4. ____ In the deep, dark forest near the winding river
Who or what the sentence is about.
What the subject is doing or what it (he/she) is like - tells more about the subject
"Pick up that candy wrapper!"
"Will you come with me?" What kind of sentence?
"Oh my! I'm stuck!" What kind of sentence is this?
My oupa loves cookies.
Exclamation mark (!)
How does one end an exclamatory sentence?
Question mark (?)
How is an interrogative sentence ended?
The red-eyed tree frog | is a very colorful animal.
The red-eyed tree frog is a very colorful animal. Separate subject and predicate with a pipe (|).
Add a direct object: "Joe's mother wrote _ _____."
Alice built _ _____
birds can fly
I believe ___ ___ ___.
A direct object can come after a "being" verb, such as "I am ____" (True or false)
A "being" verb has no action to complete.
Why does a "being" verb have no direct object?
Ask "whom?" or "what?" after the action verb.
How do I find the direct object?
Identify the direct object: "Jane Goodall studied chimpanzees."
Identify the direct object: "Babe Ruth hit the baseball out of the ballpark."
the Atlanta Falcons
Identify the direct object: "The New England Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons in football."
A direct object is always a noun or a pronoun. (True or false)
Direct objects complete the meaning of an action verb. (True or false)
All sentences have direct objects. (True or false)
A direct object can appear after a "being" verb. (True or false)
the tree house
Identify the direct object: "Annie built a tree house."
True, a present
Does the following sentence contain a direct object: "I bought a present for my friend." (True or False).
True, a castle
Does the following sentence contain a direct object? (True or False, and identify the direct object): "Cousin Sara made a castle with blocks."
True, his notebook
Does the following sentence contain a direct object? (True or False, and identify the direct object): "Felipe left his notebook at the library."
True, the leaves
Does the following sentence contain a direct object? (True or False, and identify the direct object): "Soon all of us will rake the leaves."
True, the hammer
Does the following sentence contain a direct object? (True or False, and identify the direct object): "Mom found the hammer outside."
Does the following sentence contain a direct object? (True or False, and identify the direct object): "In the trees, the cicadas sing."
Many farmers in ____ grow wheat.
A ___ always starts with a capital letter.
Mother taught me how to ____ beautiful black-and-white photographs.
It is ____ for cats and dogs to get along well.
After the rainstorm, I ____ into a big mud puddle.
I was late because I had been ____ the broken door.
The elephant stepped onto a tomato and ____ it.
I can make delicious smoothies in my ____.
Currently, it is ____ how we can cure the common cold.
God is the ___ of the universe.
We walked ____ fields of sweet smelling hay.
____ has industrial cities and beautiful farmland.
My favorite ____ is s shiny heart.
My sister and I design and sew ____ from old rags.
We were ____ that a snowstorm was heading our way.
Please stop ____ your milk, Annie!
The pain is too thick, so we will have to add some ____.
We were ____ in line for two hours.
Six of us were ____ into a small car.
The six sculptures in the park are a monument to the artist's ____.
An ____ promise is the best kind.
My brother and I enjoy ____ wood for winter fires.
Six ____ joined us on our fishing vacation.
Steel and iron are the only metals that can be ____.
My sister keeps an ____ of all of her favorite movie stars.