Friday, January 4, 2019

Lesson 100 - Parts of the Sentence - Subject/Verb

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Both the subject and the verb can be compound. Example: The bell and the siren rang and rang.

Instructions: Find the subject, verb, and conjunctions in these sentences.

1. The boys and the girls ran and played in the field.

2. She and I stopped and stared at the sight.

3. Both the team and the coach jumped up and yelled with the last out.

4. Jeff, Jed, and Jim will be in school or will be home in bed.

5. Where have Jay and Eric been swimming and hiking?


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Answers:

1. Boys, girls - subjects; ran, played - verbs; and, and - conjunctions

2. She, I - subjects; stopped, stared - verbs; and, and - conjunctions

3. team, coach - subjects; jumped, yelled - verbs; both, and, and - conjunctions

4. Jeff, Jed, Jim - subjects; will be, will be - verbs; and, or - conjunctions

5. Jay, Eric - subjects; have been swimming, (have been) hiking - verbs; and, and - conjunctions


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