2 nd Phrase

January 8, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Arts & Humanities, Writing, Grammar
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What is a verbal? A verb form that acts as another part of speech

What are the 2 prepositional phrases in the following sentence & what do they modify? *2pt.

Skyler loves our new home outside Miami near a small bay, which offers her many adventures. 1st Phrase: Modifies: 2nd Phrase: Modifies:

outside Miami home

near a small bay home

What is the prepositional phrase in the following sentence? *1pt. She traveled extremely well for a cat.

for a cat.

What word is the prepositional phrase for a cat modifying in the following sentence? *1pt. She traveled extremely well for a cat. well

Making it an adverb or an adjective phrase? *1pt.

adverb

What is the prepositional phrase in the following Each morning we searched sentence? *1pt. around the room to find her. around the room

Why isn’t the prep. phrase to find her? *1pt. Because to find her is an infinitive phrase!

What are the 2 prepositional phrases in the following sentence & what are they modifying? *2pts. I made many drawings of her during the trip. of her

Modifying: drawings

2nd Prepositional Phrase during the trip

Modifying: made

What 2 things do you need to remember about a gerund 1.Verb form ending in –ing phrase? 2.Acts as a Noun

Is the italicized phrase a: Gerund, Participial, Infinitive, Appositive, or Prepositional Phrase? *1pt. Owning her own business has always been Janet’s dream. Gerund

Q: What do you need to remember about an infinitive phrase?

It starts with “to”

What is the difference between an infinitive phrase that starts with “to” and a prepositional phrase that starts with “to”? An infinitive phrase does not have an object; it will have a verbal in it. A prepositional phrase has an object and no verbal.

Q: What 1 word do you think of when you hear Participial Phrase, or Participle?

A: Adjective

Q: What is an appositive phrase?

A: A group of words with an appositive. (An appositive is a N or Prn placed beside another N or Prn to describe it.)

Q: Which sentence has a gerund phrase in it? Angela likes fishing for trout in the Adirondacks. Waiting in line, Mike got annoyed. A: The 1st sentence

Q:What phrase do you see in this sentence and what kind of phrase is it? *2pts

Looking at himself in the distorted mirror, Sean laughed. A: Participial phrase: Looking at himself in the mirror.

Q: A:What is the appositive phrase in this sentence? B: What N is the appositive describing? *2pts. The actor, a friend of ours, obviously enjoyed playing the villain. A: a friend of ours B: actor

Q: Part 1:What 2 things do you need to remember about a phrase in general? A: 1- it does not have a subject & verb working together. 2- the whole thing acts as 1 POS

Q: Part 2:TRUE or FALSE? A phrase can act as a complete sentence. A: FALSE

Q: What 3 things does an independent clause have?

•Subject

•Verb •Complete Thought

Q: What 3 characteristics does a dependent clause have? •Subject

•Verb •NO Complete Thought

Is the italicized clause Independent or Dependent? The friendly man who took the tickets was the conductor.

Dependent Clause

Q: A:What is the dependent clause in this sentence? B: Is the clause acting as an ADJ, ADV, or N? *2pts.

That he is married and has raised his own children also displays his dedication to people. A: That he is married and has raised his own children B: Noun…it is the subject of the sentence

Q: A:What is the dependent clause in this sentence? B: Is the clause acting as an ADJ, ADV, or N & why? *2pts. If the new softball field is ready, we will play on it in the spring. A: If the new softball field is ready B: Adv…it is describing play

Q: A:What is the dependent clause in this sentence? B: Is the clause acting as an ADJ, ADV, or N & why? *2pts. Whoever writes an exceptional paper will get a level 3 TOT ! A: Whoever writes an exceptional paper B: Noun…it is the subject

Q: A:What is the dependent clause in this sentence? B: Is the clause acting as an ADJ, ADV, or Joe had shown pictures he N & why?that *2pts. had from sixth grade. A: that he had from sixth grade.

B: Adj…it is describing pictures

Why can’t “Joe had shown pictures” be a dependent clause? 1 pt.

What POS is the word “that”? 1 pt.

It is an ind clause!

Relative pronoun

Q: A:What is the dependent clause in this sentence? B: Is the clause acting as an ADJ, ADV, or N? *2pts.

If you want to be successful, you should commit yourself to something whole-heartedly. A: If you want to be successful B: ADV…it is modifying should commit

True or False? *1 pt. A clause will always act as a complete sentence. FALSE

What is the difference between a subordinate clause and a dependent clause?

NOTHING…THEY’RE THE SAME THING!!!

Tell which sentence has the noun clause and which one has the adjective clause and why.

Did you find any plates that are chipped? I can see that this plate is chipped. The 1st sentence has an Adjective Clause because the phrase is describing plates. The 2nd sentence has a Noun Clause because it tells what I can see and is the Direct Object.

3 Part Question! Q: Part 1:What type of phrase is underlined in the following sentence? I went to the store. Q: Part 2: What is the preposition?

A: Prepositional Phrase/Adverb Phrase A: Part 2: to

Q: Part 3: What is the Object of the Preposition? A: Part 3: store

Analyze the following 2 sentences.

Sent. 1: The friendly man who was the conductor. What specific part of speech is the word “who” in the sentence above? 1 pt. Relative Pronoun (1pt.)

Which means it must be introducing what specifically?

Dep. Adj. Clause (1pt.)

Sent. 2: Who was the friendly man? What specific POS is the word “Who” in the sentence above?

Interrogative Pronoun…introducing a question (1 pt.)

Good Luck on the Test! Don’t forget to study!!!

Test is Monday!!! Confidence is key!!!

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