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English Notes: 

English Notes Sentences Unit Chapter One

Sentences and Fragments: 

Sentences and Fragments A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. A sentence names someone or something and tells what that person or thing is or does. Example: Sam went to the store. A fragment is a group of words that do not express a complete thought. Example: Spent hours in gift shops. (Who?)

Let’s Practice! Sentence or Not?: 

Let’s Practice! Sentence or Not? My family visited many places this year. Going to the house. Make things by hand. Machines change people’s lives. I love to watch movies.

Did you get them right?: 

Did you get them right? My family visited many places this year. (Sentence) Going to the house. (Fragment) Make things by hand. (Fragment) Machines change people’s lives. (Sentence) I love to watch movies. (Sentence)

Four Kinds of Sentences: 

Four Kinds of Sentences 1. Declarative- (.) makes a statement 2. Interrogative- (?) asks a question 3. Imperative- (.) gives a command 4. Exclamatory- (!) shows strong feeling or emotions

Remember: 

Remember Don’t forget that a sentence always begins with a capital letter and ends with an end mark.

Lets Practice!: 

Lets Practice! What kind of candy do you like Go get the paper off the porch Wow, you did great I love to watch old movies

Did you get them right?: 

Did you get them right? What kind of candy do you like? (interrogative) Go get the paper off the porch. (imperative) Wow, you did great! (exclamatory) I love to watch old movies. (declarative)

Subjects and Predicates : 

Subjects and Predicates Subject- naming part of the sentence. The subject tells you who or what the sentence is about. Example: My friend Mark loves to write. Mark is who the sentence is about. Predicate- the telling part of the sentence. The predicate tells you what the subject is doing or has already done. Example: My friend Mark loves to write. Loves is the predicate of the sentence.

Complete Subjects and Predicates: 

Complete Subjects and Predicates The complete subject includes all the words that name who or what the sentence is about. The simple subject is the main word or words in the complete subject. Example: The empty glass fell onto the floor. Glass is the simple subject. The empty glass is the complete subject. The complete predicate includes all the words that tell what the subject of the sentence is or does. The simple predicate is the main word or words in the complete predicate. Example: The empty glass fell onto the floor. Fell is the simple predicate. Fell onto the floor is the complete predicate.

Lets Practice!: 

Lets Practice! Milky-colored glass is used to make light bulbs. Some kinds of glass do not break. Other kinds of glass can be heated to very high temperatures. Simple Subject: glass Complete Subjects: Milky-colored glass Some kinds of glass Other kinds of glass

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