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FreshmanSeminar per4

magic lens Parts of a sentance

how many parts of a sentence are there? 5
what is the mnemonic for the parts of a sentence? dipss
What does DIPSS stand for? Direct object Indirect object Predicate Subject Subject complement
What is a direct object? a word or group of words representing the person or thing upon which the action of a verb is performed or toward
What is an indirect object? group of words representing the person or thing with reference to which the action of a verb is performed, generally coming between the verb and the direct object and paraphrasable as the object of a preposition
What is a predicate? to proclaim, declare, affirm, assert.
What is a subject? that which forms a basic matter of thought, discussion, investigation, etc.
What is a subject complement? usually functioning as an adjective or noun, that is used in the predicate following a copula and describes or is identified with the subject of the sentence
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