Complete sentences December 16th and 19th
Complete Sentence • Must have a subject and a verb. • Is the sentence below complete? • The dog chewed up his bed. • YES! Subject Predicate
Find the Subject and Predicate • Circle the complete subject of the sentence below. • Underline the complete predicate. The cow jumped over the moon.
Parts of Speech Review December 16th and 19th
Noun • A person, place, thing, or idea • guy, school, or playground swing • What nouns are in the sentence below? • The customer paid for his merchandise with large bills. • customer • merchandise • bills
Pronoun • Take the place of nouns • I, me, him, he, she, he, it, them, they, you, me • What pronouns are present in the sentence below? • That blue pen belongs to her. • That • her
Adjective • An ADJECTIVE describes those two (nouns and pronouns) • Which one? What kind? How many? Whose? • How many adjectives are in this sentence: • Clowns are colorful, silly, and sometimes scary. • 3 adjectives
Verb • Tells what the subject is doing or gives its state of being • Eat, walk, were, be, shout, sing • What is/are the verb(s) in the sentence below? • I sang the baby a lullaby as I rocked her to sleep. • sang • rocked
Adverb • Modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb • How? When? Where? To what extent? • Identify the adverbs in the sentence below: • Jackie finally gave into Bill’s requests to daringly run away with him. • finally • daringly • away
Prepositions • Show relationships between two nouns • In, on, under, with, around, above • Let’s sing our song! • What prepositions do you see in the sentence below? • In the morning, I like to have my coffee on my back deck while I eat cereal from the box. • in, on, from
Conjunctions • Connect words, phrases, or clauses • If, also, but, since, for, as, because • Think of an analogy for the role that a conjunction plays in a sentence. • What conjunctions do you see in this sentence? • Please dust off your pants and wipe your feet before you come in, but do not worry about what your hair looks like. • and, but
Interjections • Shows strong feelings • Yes! Wow! Yo! • Is the word in all caps below an interjection or an onomatopoeia? • Pop, goes the weasel. • Onomatopoeia • Ahh! The monsters are coming for me! • Interjection
Let’s Play a Game! • You will be organized into groups. • Each group will receive 8 sticky notes, one for each part of speech. • There are 9 sentences posted around the room. Your group’s goal is to be the first group to correctly identify all 8 parts of speech in these sentences. • You will have a few minutes to review the parts of speech before we begin.