Sentence Patterns: AP Lit Final Exam
Terms in this set (10)
Interrupting Modifier Between S and V
Kyra, once crazy, has calmed down.
A full sentence as Interrupting Modifier
Kyra's most common saying - "Let's get Starbucks." - Shows a lot about her personality.
Introductory of Concluding Participles
Running into Sephora, Kyra tripped and fell on her face.
A Single Modifier out of place for emphasis
Frantic, Kyra rushed to get ready in the morning.
Prepositional Phrase before S and V.
In the store Kyra knocked over a sign.
Object or Complement before S and V.
Married to Jimin Kyra will never be.
Not only did Kyra want to buy foundation, but also mascara.
Dependent Clause as Subject
Why so many people eat meat still disgusts Kyra
Dependent Clause as object
Kyra never remembered where she left her phone
Dependent clause as complement
Kyra finally accomplished what she has been dreaming of for years
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