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Putting Words Together
Pre-Test Subject and Predicate
Verb action
drove
sat
ran
skipped
arrived
jumped
walked
backed
hopped
rode
Adverb
describes the verb
new
old
dirty
abandoned
rustic
full
bad
good
sparkly
What? Noun
Where
Article
Preposition
Connection
position -
a
away in
away from
to
into
down
on
over
at
under
beside
above
below
next to
the
Adjective
describes the
noun
new
old
dirty
abandoned
rustic
full
bad
good
sparkly
car
sofa
house
street
store
moon
mud
bridge
dog
Who?
Noun
He
She
Marcus
Ermida
Nevaeh
Juan
Denise
Paola
Manuel
Lizeth
Subject and Predicate
Who?
Noun
He
She
Marcus
Ermida
Nevaeh
Juan
Denise
Paola
Manuel
Lizeth
Verb action
drove
sat
ran
skipped
arrived
jumped
walked
backed
hopped
rode
Who? Noun
What?
Verb action
Article
He
drove
a
She
drives
the
Marcus
sold
Ermida
skipped
Nevaeh
jumps
Juan
walks
Denise
backed
Paola
rode
Manuel
Lizeth
Connection
What?
Noun
car
sofa
class
horse
puddle
dog
Write your created sentences here:
Example: He drove a car.
What?
Verb
action
Adverb
describes the verb
She
drove
recklessly
Marcus
drives
Who?
Noun
He
Ermida
Nevaeh
skipped
Juan
jumps
Denise
walks
Paola
Manuel
Lizeth
backed
rode
Write your created sentences here:
Example: He drove safely
safely
quickly
happily
gracefully
clumsily
carefully
excellently
Review
What?
Verb action
Who?
Noun
Article
Connection
What?
Noun
a
car
the
sofa
Adjective
describes the
noun
new
drove
He
drives
class
She
horse
sold
Marcus
puddle
skipped
Ermida
dog
jumps
Nevaeh
full
walks
Juan
bad
backed
rode
Denise
Paola
Manuel
Write your created Lizeth
sentences here: Example: He drove a new car.
old
dirty
abandoned
rustic
good
sparkly
Adverb
describes the verb
safely
recklessly
quickly
happily
gracefully
clumsily
carefully
excellently
Exam
Who?
Noun
Article
Connection
He
a
drove
She
the
drives
Marcus
sold
skipped
What?
Verb action
jumps
walks
backed
rode
What?
Noun
car
Adjective
describes the
noun
sofa
new
class
old
horse
dirty
Ermida
puddle
abandoned
Nevaeh
dog
rustic
Juan
full
Denise
bad
Paola
good
Manuel
sparkly
Lizeth
Write your created sentences here:
Adverb
describes the verb
safely
recklessly
quickly
happily
gracefully
clumsily
carefully
excellently
What?
Verb action
drove
drives
Who?
Noun
Article
Connection
What?
Noun
He
a
car
She
the
sofa
sold
Marcus
class
skipped
Ermida
horse
Nevaeh
puddle
Juan
dog
jumps
walks
Denise
Adjective
describes the
noun
new
old
dirty
abandoned
rustic
full
backed
Paola
bad
rode
Manuel
good
Lizeth
sparkly
Write your created sentences here: Example: He drove a new car.
Adverb
describes the verb
safely
recklessly
quickly
happily
gracefully
clumsily
carefully
excellently
What?
Noun
Who?
Noun
Article
Connection
What?
Verb action
Where?
Preposition
position -
car
He
a
drove
sofa
She
the
drives
class
Marcus
sold
horse
Ermida
puddle
Nevaeh
skipped
dog
Juan
away in
away from
to
into
down
on
over
at
under
beside
above
below
next to
jumps
Denise
walks
Paola
backed
Manuel
rode
Lizeth
Write your created sentences here.
Example: He drove a car safely.
Adverb
describes how the action
Adds to the verb
Adjective
describes the
noun
safely
new
recklessly
old
quickly
dirty
happily
abandoned
gracefully
clumsily
carefully
excellently
rustic
full
bad
good
sparkly
Review:
Where?
Preposition position
away in
away from
to
into
down
on
over
at
under
beside
above
below
next to
Adjective describes
the noun
What?
Verb action
car
new
drove
sofa
old
drives
class
dirty
kick
She
horse
abandoned
sold
Her
house
rustic
carefully
truck
full
excellently
flower
bad
puddle
good
dog
sparkly
vampire
sweet
Adverb describes how the
action. Adds to the verb
What?
Noun
safely
recklessly
quickly
happily
gracefully
clumsily
Write your created sentences here.
hit
Who?
Noun
Article
Connection
His
a
He
Marcus
Ermida
skipped
Nevaeh
jumps
Juan
walks
Denise
Paola
backed
Manuel
rode
Lizeth
the
DIAGRAMING SENTENCES
How to Build a Sentence
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A SENTENCE:
Must
Be a complete thought (subject and predicate)
Have a capital letter at the beginning
Have appropriate punctuation
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&
who or what (topic)
what is happening to the who
or what in the subject
The boy
told the teacher
Manuel
drove the car.
He
played at recess.
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1. Noun: person, place, thing, or idea!!
2. It is usually begins the sentence.
3. Who or What the sentence is about.
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EXCEPTIONS to the RULE of the
NOUN beginning the SENTENCE:
• questions
• introductory phrases that act like adverbs and begin with
dependent clauses
EXCEPTIONS to the RULE of the placement in the
SENTENCE:
• questions
• introductory phrases that act like adverbs and begin with
dependent clauses
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complete subject is
the main idea and
all its modifiers.
simple subject
person or thing that
the sentence about
The little fuzzy puppies scampered around.
Complete subject
The little fuzzy
puppies
Simple subject
puppies
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The complete
predicate is the Verb
and all of the
modifiers in a
sentence.
The simple predicate,
or verb, is the main
word or group of
words in the complete
predicate.
The little fuzzy puppies scampered around the box.
Complete predicate
scampered around
the box.
Simple predicate
scampered
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A SENTENCE:
Must
Be a complete thought (subject and predicate)
Have a capital letter at the beginning
Have appropriate punctuation
Diagramming Sentences
Why?
Diagraming helps you:
•understand word placement
•learn parts of speech
•make better sentences
•make sense of the sentence
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A sentence must
• Be a complete thought (subject and
predicate)
• Have a capital letter at the beginning
• Have appropriate punctuation
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The Subject
The complete subject: The little fuzzy puppies
The simple subject : puppies
The Predicate
The little fuzzy puppies
Noun The Subject
Who or What
is the
sentence
about?
Verb The Predicate
The Subject
The
Predicate
The complete predicate: scampered around the box
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The simple predicate : scampered
The little fuzzy puppies
Noun The Subject
scampered around the box.
Verb The Predicate
What is the action in the sentence?
What happened?
What is the subject doing?
What has the subject done?
What will the subject do?
What is being done to the subject?
The Subject NOUN
The complete subject: The little fuzzy puppies
The simple subject : puppies
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The Predicate VERB
The complete predicate: scampered around the box
The simple predicate : scampered
The little fuzzy puppies
Noun The Subject
Who or What
is the
sentence
about?
scampered around the box.
Verb The Predicate
What is the action in the sentence?
What happened?
What is the subject doing?
What has the subject done?
What will the subject do?
What is being done to the subject?
The Direct Object
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• It receives the direct action of the verb.
• It is usually another noun, pronoun or a phrase that acts like a
noun.
• What receives the action of the verb “scampered?”
• scampered around the box. Can you ask what? Is there a
noun behind the word scampered?
• Scampered is a verb. What is the word “around?”
• It describes or adds to the
verb…………………………………………………………………….. Adverb.
• Direct Object will follow the verb.
• If you can’t answer what of the verb, there is no direct object.
• The boys learned to cook.
• Learned what?
• to cook
• The boys
learned
cook.
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Diagram the Sentences with Direct Objects
• Puppies eat bugs.
• Mr. Elder teaches debate.
• Mrs. Reavis teaches biology.
• Mrs. Maspero teaches English.
• I eat ice cream.
• Mrs. Coultas teaches Sammy.
• Sarah loves puppies.
Indirect Object
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• An indirect object tells who the action is taking place for.
• The indirect object will be a noun.
• Ask to whom(what) of the verb
• Ask for whom(what) of the verb.
• The indirect object will be located between the verb and direct object in the
sentence.
• Mr. Elder teaches debate to the students.
• Mrs. Reavis teaches biology at the college.
• Mrs. Maspero teaches English to art students.
• I eat ice cream with chocolate syrup.
• Mrs. Coultas teaches Sammy to dance.
• Mr. Elder
teaches
debate
students
Diagram with Indirect Objects
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Mr. Elder teaches debate to the students.
Mrs. Reavis teaches biology at the college.
Mrs. Maspero teaches English to art students.
I eat ice cream with chocolate syrup.
Mrs. Coultas teaches Sammy to dance.
Adverbs and Adjectives
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• Adverbs modify or describes verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
• Adverbs answer: “How?”, “When?”, and “Where?” of the verb.
• “To what extent?” of other adverbs.
• Mr. Elder, the principal, carefully teaches debate skills to the high school
students.
• Mrs. Reavis teaches biology at the college.
• Mrs. Maspero teaches English to art students.
• I eat ice cream with chocolate syrup.
• Mrs. Coultas teaches Sammy to dance.
Mr. Elder,
teaches
debate
students.
Adjectives
• Adjectives modify or describe nouns or pronouns.
• It will answer what kind, how many, or which one.
Prepositional Phrases
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Five-Sentence Paragraph
 Introduction or Topic Sentence
(Uses key words from the prompt)
 First Subtopic (A “Showing” Example)
 Second Subtopic (A “Showing” Example)
 Third Sentence (A “Showing” Example)
 Conclusion (Restates Introduction)
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Three Examples
Then write three reasons for the topic sentence
being true:
He is beautiful and easy to
care for.Playing with him is
lots of fun. He always takes
care of me.
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Now end your paragraph with a conclusion:
Remember, each paragraph must have a concluding sentence.
Finish with a sentence that restates your topic sentence using
different words.
Romeo is the best pet anyone could ever
have.
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The Completed Paragraph
My favorite pet is my
dog, Romeo. He is beautiful
and easy to care for. Playing
with him is lots of fun. He
always takes care of me.
Romeo is the best pet anyone
could ever have.