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Title: Subjects and Predicates


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Subjects and Predicates
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COMPLETE SUBJECTS AND PREDICATES
  • The man whipped.
  • COMPLETE SUBJECT- tells what or who the sentence
    is about.
  • What kind of words could we add to the subject to
    make it more complete, interesting?

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Complete predicates
The man combed.
A complete predicate includes the verb and the
words related to it. It tells what the subject
did or is.
  • What kinds of words could we add to learn to make
    it more complete?

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Complete Subject Examples
  • 1. The comet hurled toward Earth.
  • 2. Its tail was two million miles long.
  • 3. It kept speeding toward America every day.
  • Now, you write an example of a sentence with a
    complete subject in and underline it once.

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Complete Predicate Examples
  • 1. The comet hurled toward Earth.
  • 2. Its tail was two million miles long.
  • 3. It kept speeding toward America every day.
  • Now write a sentence with a complete predicate
    and underline it twice.

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Reminders
  • COMPLETE SUBJECT- tells what or who the sentence
    is about.
  • The ugly man with the wart on his nose whipped.

A complete predicate includes the verb and the
words related to it. It tells what the subject
did or is.
The man combed his hair with a rake.
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SIMPLE SUBJECT
  • The simple subject is the main word in the
    subject.
  • The ugly man with the wart on his nose whipped.
  • 1. The comet hurled toward Earth.
  • 2. Its tail was two million miles long.
  • 3. It kept speeding toward America every day.

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SIMPLE PREDICATES
  • The simple predicate is the main word (verb) in
    the complete predicate.

The man combed his hair with a rake.
  • 1. The comet hurled toward Earth.
  • 2. Its tail was two million miles long.
  • 3. It kept speeding toward America every day.

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Text pg. 56
  • Read blue box-just subj/pred
  • Complete pg. 56 together
  • 1. Many babies respond well to music.
  • 2. Little babies can learn a lot.
  • 3. I practice the piano every afternoon.
  • 4. All people can enjoy good music.
  • Independent Practice text pg. 57 3s 1-5 check
  • Read rest of blue box and do 11-15 together
  • Finish this powerpoint

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Fragment
  • A fragment is a group of words that lacks a
    subject or a predicate.
  • The new president.
  • What should we do to fix it?
  • Rakes his hair with a comb.
  • What should we do to fix this one?

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Run-ons
  • A run-on is two or more complete sentences that
    run together.
  • Davy and Sally Sugartree were the best of friends
    they eventually got married.
  • How do I fix it?

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PracticeIdentify the sentences as fragments
or run-ons. Offer suggestions to fix them.
  • 1. Children are part of the family they should
    help their parents.
  • 2.Can ride a bear named Bear Hug.
  • 3. Also will pick up a comet and wring its tail.

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Homework
  • Workbook page 5
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