Unit 2 week 3 Day 3 Prudy’s problem
people Many collect pennies displayed Tim Daily Fix-It many peple collects pennys and other coins. timdisplaied his collection in springfield . Springfield
Grammar • Simple sentence • A simple sentence has a subject and verb • Many people visit Florida and Tennessee. • Compound sentence • A compound sentence has two sentences joined together with a comma before the words and, but or or. • My brother went to the zoo, but he did not have fun.
Grammar subject • The subject of the sentence tells who or what the sentence is about. • My car and truck ran out of gas yesterday. • predicate • The predicate of the sentences tells what the subject is doing. • My grandparents came to visit last week.
Grammar noun • names a person, place, thing, animal or idea • adjectives • describes a noun • sparkle colorful sharp dull
Grammar verb • A verb is an action word. It shows action. • talk scream hit skip • sentence • A sentence is a complete thought. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark. All sentences must have a subject and predicate. They must make sense.
Grammar • common nouns • names any person, place, thing, animal or idea. • ice twig girl leaves boy dog city
Grammar • proper noun • Names a particular person, place, thing, animal or idea. • Proper nouns begin with a capital letter. • In proper nouns of more than one word, the first word and each important word are capitalized. The names of days, months, and holidays are proper nouns. • United States New Zealand July Pacific Ocean • Antarctica Washington Statue of Liberty
Grammar • singular nouns • It names one person, place, thing or animal. • ice twig girl leave boy dog city
Grammar • plural nouns • It names more than one person, place, thing or animal. • leaves socks boys dogs
Grammar • plural nouns • A plural noun names more than one person, place, thing, animal or idea. Most nouns add –s or –es to form the plural.
Grammar • irregular plural nouns • An irregular plural noun has a special form for the plural.
Grammar • irregular plural nous nouns • The singular noun, mouse, does not add –s or-es to form the plural. Instead it has a special form: mice. • leaves socks boys dogs
What is the plural of child? children
What is the plural of leaf? leaves
What is the plural of ? sheep
Spelling Words • sunglasses
Spelling Words • football
Spelling Words • homework
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