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Title: Good morning!


1
Good morning!
  • Write todays word and its definition on your new
    vocabulary sheet, and then get out materials to
    take some grammar notes. (You dont need to write
    todays vocab. sentence yet.)

2
Phrase vs. Clause
  • Clause a group of words with both a subject and
    a verb
  • Phrase a group of words that does not have both
    a subject and a verb

3
Types of Clauses
  • Independent Clause (I.C.)
  • a group of words with both a subject and verb
    that can stand alone as a sentence
  • Examples I like pizza.
  • I have a dog.
  • Robert runs fast.

4
Types of Clauses continuedDependent Clause,
also called Subordinate Clause (D.C.) a group of
words with both a subject and verb that cannot
stand alone as a sentence
  • Examples
  • When I grow up
  • Because I like gravy
  • If we win the lottery
  • Since it is raining
  • After we came home
  • Although he is my friend
  • Whenever Sam calls
  • Before you go home
  • Unless we win the game
  • While you eat dinner
  • Wherever we drive
  • Anywhere he stands

5
Types of Sentences
  • Simple I.C.
  • Examples
  • We went outside.
  • I passed English.
  • The puppy is sleeping.

6
Types of Sentences continued
  • Compound I.C. I.C.
  • Examples
  • We went outside, and the sun was shining.
  • I passed English I studied so hard.
  • The independent clauses must be joined either by
    a comma and a coordinating conjunction (FANBOYS)
    or by a semicolon.

7
Types of Sentences continued
  • Complex I.C. D.C.
  • Examples
  • I passed English since I studied very diligently.
  • Because the sun was shining, we went outside.
  • When the dependent clause comes first, it must
    be followed by a comma.
  • You dont need a comma when you write the
    dependent clause last.

8
Types of Sentences continued
  • Compound-Complex I.C. I.C. D.C.
  • Examples
  • We went outside, and it was a beautiful day
    because the rain had stopped.
  • We went outside because the rain had stopped,
    for it was a beautiful day.
  • Because the rain had stopped, we went outside
    it was a beautiful day.

9
Create Your Own(yes you can use your notes today)
  • 2 compound-complex sentences
  • Identify
  • Verb
  • Subject
  • I.C. (x2)
  • D.C.
  • Circle the word that makes D.C the dependant
    clause
  • In the I.C. clauses identify what makes it
    compound

10
My sentences
  • i.c. i.c.
  • I went to the store, and I bought bread and
  • d.c.
  • peanut butter because my kids like it.

11
What type of sentence is this?
  • Last night the puppy was sleeping on a rug under
    the stairs with her mother happily snoozing by
    her side.

12
What Type of Sentence is This?Simple!!
  • S V
  • Last night the puppy was sleeping on a rug under
    the stairs with her mother happily snoozing by
    her side.

13
What type of sentence is this?
  • We went outside the sun was shining brightly
    because the clouds had moved out of the way.

14
Compound-complex
  • S V i.c. S V i.c.
  • We went outside the sun was
  • shining brightly because the
  • S V d.c
  • clouds had moved out of the way.
  • (i.ci.c.d.c.)

15
Participles
  • A participle is a verb form that acts as an
    adjective. It describes a noun or a pronoun.
  • the sleeping child
  • a flying bug
  • You may think of sleeping as an actionor verb
    but here it is used to describe the childso it
    is used like an adjective.
  • A participial phrase is a phrase with the
    participle and its modifiers (what it modifies)
    and complements.
  • Dancing crazily, the flower girl made every
    member of the wedding party laugh.

16
Present Participle a participle with a present
tense verb
  • Misplaced or dangling participle the participial
    phrase modifies the wrong object.
  • Drifting gently to the ground, Jordan was
    overwhelmed by the beauty of the snow.
  • Corrected
  • Drifting gently to the ground, the snow was
    overwhelmingly beautiful to Jordan.

17
Past Participles
  • Our repaired window shows no sign of the rock
    that crashed through it.
  • A hush fell on the crowd as the injured player
    was carted off the field.
  • The polluted bay cannot sustain any marine life.
  • A watched pot never boils, but the liquid inside
    it does.

18
Find the Past Participial Phrase
  • My brother, known to everyone at school as a math
    whiz, became an engineer.
  • Concerned about her home, the elderly woman
    refused to leave it when the storm blew through.
  • Published in 2006, Twilight has been an
    extraordinary success in the world of popular
    fiction.
  • My cousin, excited to begin skiing, jumped from
    the lift and fell right on his face.

19
All of the following sentences are correct which
might have the strongest impact on a reader?
  • My new dress, splashed with yellow paint, was
    ruined.
  • Splashed with yellow paint, my new dress was
    ruined.
  • My new dress was ruined, splashed with yellow
    paint.
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