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What do you always look for first during any day of the week? The whole verb and nothing but the verb
what do you do on monday notes find the parts of speech
what do you do on tuesday notes find the complete subject and the prephrase
what do you do on wednesday notes find the clause
what do you do on thursday notes fix up the sentence with capitalization, and all that
what do you do on friday notes make a diagram
what is a subject the naming part of the sentence. ask your self-who or what had blank
what is a complete predicate the telling part of the subject. the verb is part of the predicate
what is a clause a group of words that have a subject and a verb. must have a subject and a verb
what do linking verbs link to noun,pronoun,adjective
how do you know if a word is a verb give it the tense test, "Yesterday I, today i,tomorrow i
how many pronoun cases are there 3-personal, relative/interrogative and indefinite
how many sentence types are there 4-simple-one independent clause, compound-two or more independent clauses, complex- one independent clause+ one dependent clause, compond complex- two or more independent clauses+one dependent clause
what is a independent and a dependent clause independent=does not need something to link to-dependent-needs something to link to
what is a prep phrase group of words starting with a preposition and ending with a noun or pronoun
what is a complement completes the meaning of the subject and verb
how many types of complements are there 4- direct, indirect, predicate nomitive and predicate adjective
Created by: Taylor.17



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