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a group of related words that make sense, and show a complete thought.
group of words that does NOT make sense or does NOT show a complete thought; part of a sentence.
a mark at the end of a sentence that shows where the sentence ends. . ! or ?
the UPPERCASE form of the letter.
the word or words in a sentence that tell WHO or WHAT the sentence is about.
the word or words in a sentence that tell about the subject. It ALWAYS has a verb.
the word or words in a sentence that express action or state of being or that link ideas.
a sentence that "declares" or GIVES INFORMATION
a sentence that asks a QUESTION.
a sentence that gives a COMMAND or REQUEST.
a sentence that shows STRONG feeling.
ALL of the words with the subject.
ALL of the words with the predicate.
a sentence that is too long and wordy and has too MANY complete thoughts.
Has a subject and verb, but NO complete thought. It needs an independent clause and therefore is dependent on the independent clause.
Has a subject, verb, and a complete thought. It is a sentence.
A sentence with an independent clause and a dependent clause.
A sentence with a subject and complete predicate.
Conjuctions that connect a dependent clause with an independent clause: after, although, before, because, if, once, unless, until, whenever, while.
Conjunctions that connect clauses and sentences such as for, and, nor, or, yet, but, so
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