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English 6th

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In this sentence what is the complete subject? The glass slipper fits only one person. The glass slipper.
In this sentence, what is the complete predicate? THe glass slipper fits only one person. Fits only one person.
What is the simple subject in this sentence? This tradition has inspired Pueblo potters. This tradition.
The tale might be endless. What is the verb phrase? Might be
What is a compound subject? Made up of two or more subjects that share the same verb. Example
What is a compound verb? Made up of two or more verbs that share the same subject. Example Fable entertain and teach.
What are some forms of be? Am, is, are, was, were, being, been
What are other linking verbs? Appear, feel, look, sound, seem, taste
What is a sentence fragment? A part of a sentence that is written as if it were a complete sentence.
What is a run-on sentence? Two or more sentences written as though they were a single sentence.
A noun is a…. Person, place, thing, or idea.
What s rule do you use for the word ruin? Add -s
What s rule do you use for the word dish? Add -es
What s rule do you use for the word volcano? Add -s
What s rule do you use for echo? Add -es (Not often)
What s rule do you use for the word city? Take out the y and add -ies
What s rule do you use for the word shelf? Take out the f and are -ves
How do you make deer plural? It already is plural
How do you make child plural? By making it children
Where do you put the apostrophe in the word Mars orbit? Mar's orbit
Where do you put the apostrophe in the word travelers postcard? Travelers' postcard
Where do you put the apostrophe in the word peoples goods? People's goods.
What is the subject? Bella likes to swim. Bella
What is a pronoun? A word that is used in place of a noun or another pronoun.
What is a subject pronoun? Used as the subject of a sentence or as a predicate pronoun after a linking verb.
What are object pronouns? Used as direct objects, indirect objects, or as objects of prepositions.
What is a possessive pronoun? Personal pronouns used to show ownership or relationship.
(Its or It's) modem is fast! Its
(Its or It's) fun to get new mail. It's
(Who or Whom) has an animal as a friend? Who
(Who or Whom) do you ask about the pet store? Whom
The winner considered themselves lucky. What word is reflexive? Themselves
I myself is what? Intensive
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