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Superwriters 7-31

Grammar

QuestionAnswer
This includes all words that tell who or what is doing something. complete sentence
This is the main word in a complete subject. simple subject
This has two or more simple subjects. compound subject
This word is used to join two or more simple subjects. and
This tells what action the subject does or what the subject is like. complete predicate
This is the main word in the complete predicate. simple predicate
This has two or more simple predicates. compounnd predicate
This has one complete thought. simple sentence
This is made up of two or more simple sentences. compound sentence
These sentences are usually joined by a comma and the word, and, but, or, nor, for, so, or yet. compound sentence
This is a sentence that is not complete. sentence fragment
This is two complete sentences that run together. run-on sentence
What does a run-on sentence lack punctuation or a connecting word such as and, but, or or.
This type of sentence has the subject first, followed by the predicate. natural word order
This tells something and ends with a period (.) declarative sentence
This asks a questions and ends with a question mark (?) interrogative sentence
This shows strong feeling or surprise and ends in an exclamation point (!) exclamatory sentence
This tells someone to do something and ends in a period (.) imperative sentence
Created by: Thomash on 2011-09-27



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