Thursday, October 12th, 2017...9:53 am

October 12/13

Jump to Comments
  1. Literary Criticism Pre-Write – See instructions from October 9/10
  2. Subjects and Predicates –
    1. All the words in a sentence are either part of the complete subject or part of the complete predicate, which includes the verb or verb phrase.
    2. Ex/ Many people from the southern states enjoy iced tea with their meals.
      1. complete subject: Many people from the southern states
      2. complete predicate: enjoy iced tea with their meals.
        1. simple subject: people
        2. simple predicate: enjoy
      3. The simple subject is the main word of the complete subject.
      4. The simple predicate is the main verb and any helping verbs in the sentence.
      5. Ex/ Two of my brothers were born in Virginia.
        1. complete subject – Two of my brothers
        2. complete predicate – were born in Virginia
        3. simple subject – Two
        4. simple predicate – were born
          1. (Remember to include any helping verbs in the simple predicate.)
      6. The man in the car may have been watching the game on his phone.
        1. complete subject – The man in the car
        2. complete predicate – may have been watching the game on his phone
        3. simple subject – man
        4. simple predicate – may have been watching
    3. See me or Mr. Sood for practice on these concepts if you missed the class.


Leave a Reply

css.php