Verb Review Subject Verb Prepositional Phrases Linking Verb
Verb Review Subject, Verb, Prepositional Phrases, Linking Verb, Action Verb, Predicate Noun, Predicate Adjective, Transitive, Intransitive, Indirect Object, and Direct Object. Great Review for Quiz! © 2012 Kelly Croy
what the subject is, has, does, or feels verb
It’s what the subject ‘does’; it’s what you do! action verb
connects the subject to a noun or adjective Linking verb
a verb that helps the main verb Helping Verb
Practice: Label these sentences on your own paper. • Jillyan played with her dishes. • Jim presented Lori the award for kindness. • During the ceremony Chris delivered an impressive speech to the audience. • Clean your room!
has a direct object transitive
answers the question ‘to whom’ an action is done indirect object
does NOT have a direct object Intransitive
follows a linking verb; tells what the subject is like Predicate Adjective
answers ‘whom’ or ‘what’ after an action verb direct object
fancy name for verb predicate
follows a linking verb; tells what the subject ‘is’; renames the subject Predicate noun
Important to Know: • We eliminate prepositional phrases because they will NOT contain the subject, verb, direct object, indirect object, predicate noun, nor predicate adjective. • Sentences do NOT have to have prepositional phrases. Indirect objects are rare. • Remember: The subject of ALL imperative sentences (commands) is the “understood you. ” Example: Complete the assignment. (You!)
Parts of Speech Labeling • We will label each part of speech. • Cross out prepositional phrases. • Underline subject once. • Underline verb twice • Identify direct object with DO • Indentify indirect object with IO • Predicate Nouns (PN) Predicate Adjectives (PA)
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The End. • Make and study flash cards. • Experiment with sentence creation. • Label sentences in your surrounding environment for fun. (Yes, I really said that. ) • Practice, Practice.