Subject Unit Verb Unit Five Simple Sentence Patterns

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Subject Unit Verb Unit Five Simple Sentence Patterns: S-AV-DO S-LV-PN S-AV-IO-DO S-LV-PA Predicate: 1)

Subject Unit Verb Unit Five Simple Sentence Patterns: S-AV-DO S-LV-PN S-AV-IO-DO S-LV-PA Predicate: 1) 2) Direct Object Indirect Object OR 3) Predicate Noun 4) Predicate Adjective

Subject Unit Verb Unit Five Simple Sentence Patterns: S-AV-DO S-LV-PN S-AV-IO-DO S-LV-PA S =

Subject Unit Verb Unit Five Simple Sentence Patterns: S-AV-DO S-LV-PN S-AV-IO-DO S-LV-PA S = Subject AV = Action Verb DO = Direct Object IO = Indirect Object Predicate: 1) 2) Direct Object Indirect Object OR 3) Predicate Noun 4) Predicate Adjective LV = Linking Verb PN = Predicate Noun PA = Predicate Adjective

Subject Reminders:

Subject Reminders:

Verbs: (which begin the predicate)

Verbs: (which begin the predicate)

Action Verbs Objects are always nouns or pronouns. The object is the person or

Action Verbs Objects are always nouns or pronouns. The object is the person or thing affected by the ACTION described in the verb.

Subject Verb Direct Object Questions to help you find the direct object: 1. Find

Subject Verb Direct Object Questions to help you find the direct object: 1. Find the subject of the sentence. Do this by asking yourself "who" or "what" the sentence is about. Freddy bought Melinda a ring. Who bought the ring? Freddy is the subject. 2. Only action verbs have an object. Our verb is action (bought) 3. What did Freddy buy? A ring. You've found the direct object.

Subject Verb Direct Object Indirect Object Freddy bought Melinda a ring. 4. To find

Subject Verb Direct Object Indirect Object Freddy bought Melinda a ring. 4. To find the indirect object, find the word between the action verb (bought) and the direct object (ring) that answers one of 4 questions: "to/for whom" or “to/for what” Freddy bought ring a Melinda

Freddy bought Melinda a ring. Who bought the ring? • Freddy What did Freddy

Freddy bought Melinda a ring. Who bought the ring? • Freddy What did Freddy do? • bought What did Freddy buy? • a ring For whom did Freddy buy the ring? • Melinda

3 More Types Sentence Patterns here is the difference

3 More Types Sentence Patterns here is the difference

A predicate noun is a noun or pronoun that follows a linking verb and

A predicate noun is a noun or pronoun that follows a linking verb and identifies, renames, or explains the subject. To find a predicate noun, 1. first find the subject and the linking verb. 2. Then find the noun or pronoun that follows the verb and that identifies, renames, or explains the subject. 3. This word will be the predicate noun.

Subject linking verb Identifies Steve , rename s, or expl a is predicate noun

Subject linking verb Identifies Steve , rename s, or expl a is predicate noun ins the su bject president

A predicate adjective is an adjective that follows a linking verb and modifies the

A predicate adjective is an adjective that follows a linking verb and modifies the subject. To find a predicate adjective, 1. first find the subject and the linking verb. 2. Then find the adjective that follows the verb and describes the subject. 3. This word will be the predicate adjective.

Subject linking verb Modifies Steve is predicate adjective the subje ct dangerous

Subject linking verb Modifies Steve is predicate adjective the subje ct dangerous