How To Label Parts In a Sentence

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How To Label Parts In a Sentence

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  1. How To Label Parts In a Sentence.

    Slide 1 - How To Label Parts In a Sentence.

    • Finding the
    • Verb
    • Subject
    • Do
  2. Lets start off with this Sentence..

    Slide 2 - Lets start off with this Sentence..

    • “Brittney should give Tammy the paper during class”
    • What’s the Verb in this sentence?
  3. “Brittney should give Tammy the paper during class”

    Slide 3 - “Brittney should give Tammy the paper during class”

    • Trick question.. there’s two verbs.
    • Since the verbs are Should, And Give.
    • Are they helping, linking, or action?
  4. Slide 4

    • “Brittney should give Tammy the paper during class”
    • Locate the Subject by asking “Whom or What in front of the verb”
    • What’s the subject?
  5. “Brittney should give Tammy the paper during class”

    Slide 5 - “Brittney should give Tammy the paper during class”

    • Okay, since we now know the subject is Brittney.
    • We now look for the Direct Object is.
  6. “Brittney should give Tammy the paper during class”

    Slide 6 - “Brittney should give Tammy the paper during class”

    • You find the Direct Object by asking..
    • Subject + verb+ whom or what.
    • So you would ask, Brittney should give whom or what?
    • Paper! Brittney should give Tammy the paper.
  7. Are you done?

    Slide 7 - Are you done?

    • Yes, you are finished now, you have labeled all the main parts in a sentence.
    • Now you have finished Identifying the things in this sentence.