Word that names a person, place, thing, idea, or feeling.
Word that shows action; the word in a sentence that tells what someone or something does.
Verb that does not show action but links the main word in the subject to a noun or adjective in the predicate.
Part of a sentence that names who or what the sentence is about. The complete subject contains all the words in the subject part.
Word that shows the relationship between a noun or pronoun (object of the preposition) and other words in a sentence.
Noun in the predicate part of the sentence that receives the action of the verb. It tells what or whom.
Noun in the predicate that renames the subject.
Adjective in the predicate that describes the subject.
The words that can be linking verbs are on page 81.
List of Prepositions
The words that can be Prepositions are on page 355.
Prepositional Phrases are the first thing that I should in every sentence in class.
What question do you ask to find the verb?
1. Is there an action word? 2. Is there a linking verb?
What question do you ask to find the subject?
Who or what is doing the verb?
What kind of a verb does a DO come after?
Only an action verb.
What question do you ask to find the DO?
Verb what? Ex. Threw what? washed what?
What must you have after a LV?
A PN or a PA