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parts of a sentence sentence patterns punctuation more parts of a sentence nothing
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Noun
Person, place, thing.
100
pattern one: subject verb
a sentence with a subject and predicate that needs no extra words to complete it. verb follows subject
100
Period
the type of punctuation that typically follows commands or statements.
100
preposition
a word that links a noun to the rest of the sentence, it comes before said noun. ("before the sunrise")
100
What isn/a
n/a
200
verb
an action performed by the subject.
200
pattern 2-subject verb action
"Clarissa asked a good question"
this sentence poses the question, "what did she ask?" followed by "a good question"
200
question mark
a punctuation mark that inquires
200
Interjection
a sometimes one word exclamatory that begins a sentence.
200
na/What is
n/a
300
adjective
a word that describes a noun or pronoun.
300
pattern 3-subject linking verb
Subject comes before the linking verb-the professor was she.
300
exclamation point
interjections and some commands typically use this type of excited punctuation.
300
compound sentence
two complete sentences joined together by "and, but, or" or other punctuation not including a period.
300
an/aWhat is
n/a
400
adverb
a word that modifies a verb (she ran quickly)
400
pattern 4-inverted order
the verb comes before the subject
"driving the company car is she."
400
comma splice
results when 2 sentences or independent clauses are incorrectly joined or spliced.
400
n/a
n/a
400
What isuhjfbj
n/a
500
pronoun
a word that acts as a placeholder for a proper noun. (he, she, it, they)
500
n/a
n/a
500
run on sentence
an incorrect sentence that joins two independent clauses without punctuation.
500
What is n/a
n/a
500
What isfwyufghbj
n/a






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