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Types Of Sentences

simple sentences, compound, complex...etc!
simple sentence
has one independent clause
compound sentence
has two independent clauses joined together with a coordinate conjuction
complex sentence
has one independent and one dependent clause
independent clause
another name for the main clause
two categories for a dependent clause
adverb and adjective
two ways to identify an adverb clause
answers an adverb question and starts wth a suboodinate conjuction
two ways to identify an adjective clause
answers an adjective question and starts with a relative pronoun
the formula for finding a direct object
Subject+Action Verb+ Whom/What?
A linking verb usually has a...
predicate noun or predicate adjective
the formula for finding an indirect object
Subject+ Action Verb+ Direct Object+ for whom/ to whom?
In order to have an indirect object a sentence must have...
a direct object
A preposition will never stand alone. True or False?
Name the relative pronouns
which, who, who, what, that, whose
Name 6 coordinate conjuctions
for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so
Name the suboodinate conjuctions
since, because, while, if, where
A clause
is a art of a sentence containing a subject and a verb
Another name for a dependent clause is a...
suboordinate clause
When a sentence has two subjects, two verbs, or two direct objects, they are called...
compound subjects, verbs, or direct objects
How do you show the difference between a DO and a PN on a diagram?
| DO and \ PN (PA)
Prepositional phrases always begin with a...
preposition and end with a object of preposition (noun or pronoun)
The subject of a sentence will never be in a prepostional phrase, but a DO could be in one. True or False?
the word in a senence that shows action or being
Helping Verbs
linking verbs that are paired up with action verbs become these
subject of the sentence
the person, place, or thing that does the action
Is smiling a verb?
If you add "ing" to a verb it is not a verb anymore unless it has a helping verb. (ex: You are smiling)