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“The Color of My Words”Slide2
Subjects and Predicates
Complete & Simple Subjects
of a sentence tells who or what the sentence is about.
includes all the words that tell whom or what the sentence is about.
is the main word or words in the complete subject.
**Sometimes the complete and simple subjects will be the same.Slide4
Examples *Write these down! Identify the complete and simple subject in each example.
The frightened little frog jumped onto the lily pad. Lee writes extremely well.
Simple Subject: frogComplete Subject: The frightened little frogSimple Subject: LeeComplete Subject: LeeSlide5
Go home right now!*Think of who this would be directed at?
Complete & Simple Predicates
includes all the words that tell what the subject is or what it’s doing.
is the main word or words in the complete predicate.Slide7
The whale jumped out of the water. The angry young lion roars.
Simple Predicate: jumpedComplete Predicate: jumped out of the waterSimple Predicate: roarsComplete Predicate: roarsSlide8
Survey—you look around and consider it carefully. Inquire—you ask for information about something. Tormented—is extremely and painfully troubled by something.Slide9
Meandering—moving slowly with a lot of bends or curves. Emerged—it has come out from behind, under, or inside somethingHovered—it has been in the same place in the air without moving in any direction.Slide10
Subtle—not immediately noticeable, but it can be very effective Frolicked—playing in a happy, lively way.Slide11