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Title: Sentences


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Sentences
  • A sentence must have a subject and a predicate a
    noun and a verb.
  • Noun Verb
  • Rats peered.

Noun
Verb
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sentences
  • To add interest to your sentences, you can add
    phrases.
  • Noun Verb Prepositional Phrase
  • Rats peered from garbage cans.

Noun
Verb
Noun (Object)
Preposition
Adjective
3
sentences
  • The prepositional phase will connect to the word
    it modifies (describes) here it describes where
    the rats are peering.
  • Rats peered from garbage cans.

Noun
Verb
Noun (Object)
Preposition
Adjective
4
Sentences
  • Also, to add more interest, you may use a variety
    of sentence starters.
  • You are going to practice 11 different sentence
    starters over the next several weeks to make your
    writing more exciting.

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1-- Noun
  • Noun Verb Prepositional Phrase
  • Rats peered from garbage cans.

Noun
Verb
Noun (Object)
Preposition
Adjective
6
2 Article Noun
  • Article Noun Verb Prepositional Phrase
  • The rats peered from garbage cans.

Noun
Verb
Article
Noun (Object)
Preposition
Adjective
7
3 Adjective Noun
  • Adjective Noun Verb Prepositional Phrase
  • Greedy rats peered from garbage cans.

Noun
Verb
Adjective
Noun (Object)
Preposition
Adjective
8
4 ProNoun
  • Pronoun Verb Prepositional Phrase
  • They peered from garbage cans.
  • If you start with a pronoun, it must have a
    clear antecedent!

Pronoun
Verb
Noun (Object)
Preposition
Adjective
9
5 Adverb Noun
  • Adverb, Noun Verb Prepositional Phrase
  • Cautiously, rats peered from garbage cans.

Preposition
Noun
Verb
Noun (Object)
Adverb
Adjective
10
6 Absolute Phrases
  • Eyes wide, ears twitching, rats peered from
    garbage cans.

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7 participle Phrase
  • Munching on stale cheese, rats peered from
    garbage cans.

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8 Prepositional Phrases
  • Beneath the glow of a full moon, rats peered from
    garbage cans.

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9 Infinitive Phrase
  • To watch for prowling cats, rats peered from
    garbage cans.

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10 adverbial clause
  • As the half moon arose in the dingy sky like a
    hunk of rancid cheese, rats peered from garbage
    cans.

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11 implied adjective clause
  • Suspicious of their surroundings, rats peered
    from garbage cans.
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