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Kinds of Sentences According to Structure - Grammar Lesson

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Here is a simplified presentation of the grammar lesson about Kinds of Sentences according to Structure. I hope this helps your grade five and six grammar classes. Thank you. Namaste!

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Kinds of Sentences According to Structure - Grammar Lesson

  1. 1. Kindsofsentencesaccordingto STRUCTUREMr. Ronald Macanip Quileste, MAED-SM
  2. 2. we start
  3. 3. parts of a SENTENCE
  4. 4. SUBJECT PREDICATE
  5. 5. types of CLAUSES
  6. 6. Independent
  7. 7. dependent CLAUSES
  8. 8. two types of
  9. 9. CONJUNCTIONS COORDINATING
  10. 10. remember
  11. 11. remember
  12. 12. remember for
  13. 13. remember and
  14. 14. remember nor
  15. 15. remember but
  16. 16. remember or
  17. 17. remember yet
  18. 18. remember so
  19. 19. remember for and nor but or yet so
  20. 20. conjunctions
  21. 21. they connect and CLAUSES
  22. 22. they connect IDEAS
  23. 23. t o n a m e a f e w
  24. 24. unless because
  25. 25. though once
  26. 26. Now,we’rereadyforthereal
  27. 27. SENTENCES Simple ……………………......
  28. 28. SUBJECT PREDICATE They are composed of a and
  29. 29. They can be also made of predicates subject
  30. 30. They can also be made of predicate subjects
  31. 31. They can also be made of predicates subjectsand
  32. 32. Andrea danced gracefully.
  33. 33. Andrea danced gracefully.
  34. 34. Andrea and Frank danced gracefully.
  35. 35. Andrea and Frank danced gracefully.
  36. 36. Frank cooked rice and boiled vegetables.
  37. 37. Frank cooked rice and boiled vegetables.
  38. 38. Ann and Amy played house and ate all day.
  39. 39. Ann and Amy played house and ate all day.
  40. 40. SENTENCES Compound ……………………......
  41. 41. COORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS connect these clauses together
  42. 42. Maria thinks preparing sandwiches would delight mom but I think otherwise.
  43. 43. CROSS - SECTIONING
  44. 44. Maria thinks preparing sandwiches would delight mom but I think otherwise.
  45. 45. Maria thinks preparing sandwiches would delight mom but I think otherwise.
  46. 46. Maria thinks preparing sandwiches would delight mom but I think otherwise. Independent clause 1 Independent clause 2 Coordinating conjunction
  47. 47. Independent clause 1 Coordinating conjunction Independent clause 2
  48. 48. Independent clause 1 Independent clause 2 Semicolon
  49. 49. ……………………......
  50. 50. When she was younger, she believed in fairytales.
  51. 51. Let us do
  52. 52. When she was younger, she believed in fairytales.
  53. 53. When she was younger, she believed in fairytales. Dependent clause Independent clause Subordinating Conjunction
  54. 54. here’s another one
  55. 55. Independent clause Dependent clause Subordinating Conjunction
  56. 56. SENTENCES Compoundcomplex ……………………......
  57. 57. Subordinating conjunction
  58. 58. CROSS - SECTIONING
  59. 59. Compound sentence Subordinating conjunction Simple sentence
  60. 60. here‘s another one
  61. 61. Unless you study very well, you will be an honor student and your parents will be proud of you.
  62. 62. Unless you study very well, you will be an honor student and your parents will be proud of you.
  63. 63. Unless you study very well, you will be an honor student and your parents will be proud of you. Subordinating conjunction Simple sentence Compound sentence
  64. 64. Review Let us
  65. 65. SENTENCES Simple
  66. 66. SENTENCES Compound
  67. 67. SENTENCES Complex
  68. 68. SENTENCES Compound-complex
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