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Grammar Unit 9
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Makes a statement and ends with a period.
The dog is brown and white.
Gives a command or request and ends with a period or exclamation point.
Go take care of the dog that's brown and white.
Asks a question and ends with a question mark.
Why is the dog brown and white?
Shows strong or sudden excitement and ends with an exclamation mark.
I can't believe the dog is brown and white!
Just the subject
The subject and all it's modifiers.
Simple Predicate (verb or verb phrase)
Just the verb.
verb + modifiers + words that add to the verb
verb + helping verbs
What is weird about the placement of the subject in an interrogative sentence?
The subject is sometimes in between the verb phrase.
Subjects and verbs are NEVER found inside of ______ _____.
What type of sentence has the implied "you" as a subject?
Remember that the appositive almost always comes ____ the subject.
Compound Subject: Two or more subjects (nouns) connected by ___, ____, or ____ that are used with the same _______(s).
but, and, or, nor
Compound Verb: Two or more verbs connected by ____, ___, _____, or _____ that are used with the same _____(s).
but, and, or, nor,
How do you indicate an implied "you" subject in a diagram? Write an example sentence and corresponding diagram below.
By putting and "x" on the subject line.
(You) Look at the car.
How do you indicate the implied "and" in a list on a diagram? Write an example sentence and corresponding diagram below.
By writing an "x" in between the subjects/ verbs.
How do you show that he helping verb(s) apply to ALL the verbs in a compound verb on a diagram? Write an example sentence and corresponding diagram below.
By putting an "x" for the other verbs.
You must watch for traffic and watch for pedestrians.
Remember, ________ is the general term for DO, PN, PA. In general, they answer the "who/whom/what?" question after the verb.
Complements can NEVER be found in a ______ _____.
What is a fragment?
A separate sentence that doesn't express a complete thought.
Michael was up late. Working on an overdue assignment.
What is the best way to correct a fragment?
Michael was up late, working on an overdue project.
What is a run-on sentence?
Two or more sentences written incorrectly as one.
Nothing is all dark there can't be pictures without a bright spot.
What are the "four" ways to correct a run-on sentence? How do you know when to use each on? (Multiple options may be grammatically correct in any situation, but how do you decide which on is the best?) Provide examples.
1. For separate, distinct thoughts; you can use a period and a capital letter.
2. Closely related ideas
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