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The parts of speech
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Is the Noun of the sentence, The sentence is also based upon the Noun

In, “The beautiful ballerina leaped into the air like a deer.” Ballerina is the subject

In, “The Seminole Indians traveled over the water in the dugout canals.”

The quickest way to find the subject is to read the sentence carefully

The subject can be singular or plural and 1 or 2 words

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The Predicate

The Predicate

The predicate names the verb in the sentence that tells what is happening

In, “The beautiful ballerina leaped into the air like a deer.” leaped is the predicate

In, “ The Seminole Indians traveled over water in the dugout canals.” the predicate is traveled.”

The easiest way to find the predicate is to find what the subject is doing.

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Helping Verbs

Helping Verbs

The action

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Helping Verbs

Helping Verbs

The Helping Verb shows us weather the verb is past, present, or future. These are all considered “tenses”

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The “tense” table

The “tense” table

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Getting Words to Agree

Getting Words to Agree

Singular and Plurals

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Getting Words to Agree

Getting Words to Agree

All plural subjects end with the letter “s”

Verbs in sentences with he and they do not always indicate a plural.

**Remember

He Goes

They Go

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Matching Plural Verbs

Matching Plural Verbs

When you have a plural subject such as, “five boys” you must give them a plural verb such as, “run”

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Verbs with <1 Part

Verbs with <1 Part

Must agree in “Tense”

If the 1st part is talking about the past the 2nd part must do the same

If this rule is not followed, it will create a time warp in the middle.

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Three Types of Sentences

Three Types of Sentences

Main Sentences

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The 3 Main Types Of Sentences

The 3 Main Types Of Sentences

Almost everything we say is said in sentences.

There are interrogative, declarative, and imperative sentences

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Declarative Sentences

Declarative Sentences

Are the most common type of sentence.

Are punctuated with a period.

Are used to tell our thoughts, and what we see.

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