Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Lesson 97 - Parts of the Sentence - Subject/Verb

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Interjections, like the introductory there, do not fit grammatically with the rest of the sentence. They are never the subject. They come at the beginning of a sentence and may be set off with a comma. Example: Oh, I like your new car.

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

1. Hey, what are you doing over there?

2. Yes, I would like that very much.

3. Well, Joe did it.

4. Yippee! Our team won the game.

5. Gosh, how did you do that?


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Answers:

1. you - subject, are doing - verb, hey - interjection

2. I - subject, would like - verb, yes - interjection

3. Joe - subject, did - verb, well - interjection

4. team - subject, won - verb, yippee - interjection

5. you - subject, did do - verb, gosh - interjection


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