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Transcript
Subject
Verb
Preposition
NOTES!!
• ______, _________, and ________
signal nouns
• Am, is, are, was, were…are always
____________
• When you see –ed, it MIGHT mean it
is a _________ ________ _________
• Sometimes –ed is an ___________.
Example: The book was damaged.
• A prepositional phrase begins with a
_____________ and ends with its
_________________.
• This ________ of a preposition is
always a noun or pronoun.
• To find this _____________, ask
yourself “to what?” “for what?” “from
what?”, etc…
• Another word for verb is
______________.
• ______________ and ___________ are
NEVER verbs (or subjects or
prepositions).
• A, an, and the signal nouns
• Is, am, was, were…are always
verbs.
• When you see –ed, it MIGHT
mean it is a past tense verb.
• Sometimes –ed is an adjective.
Example: The book was damaged.
• A prepositional phrase begins
with a preposition and ends with
its object.
• This object is always a noun or
pronoun.
• To find the object, ask yourself “to
what?” “for what?” “from what?”,
etc…
• Another word for verb is predicate.
• Not and never are NEVER verbs (or
subjects or prepositions).