Cycle 3 Grammar.txt

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Cycle 3 Grammar.txt
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Cycle 3 grammar
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  1. Infinitive
    An infinitive is "to" plus a verb, used as a noun, adjective, or adverb.
  2. Present Participle
    A present participle is a verb + "ing" used as an adjective or a verb.
  3. Past Participle
    A past participle is a verb + "ed" used as an adjective or a verb.
  4. What are the principal parts of a verb?
    • Infinitive
    • Present
    • Past
    • Present participle
    • Past participle
  5. To be
    • Am
    • Are
    • Is
    • Was
    • Were
    • Be
    • Being
    • Been
  6. To do
    • Do, does
    • Did
    • Doing
    • Done
  7. To rise
    • Rise, rises
    • Rose
    • Rising
    • Risen
  8. To raise
    • Raise, raises
    • Raised
    • Raising
    • Raised
  9. To lay
    • Lay
    • Lays
    • Laid
    • Laying
    • Laid
  10. To lie
    • Lie, lies
    • Lay
    • Lying
    • Lain
  11. To set
    • Set, sets
    • Set
    • Setting
    • Set
  12. To sit
    • Sit, sits
    • Sat
    • Sitting
    • Sat
  13. To beat
    • Beat, beats
    • Beat
    • Beating
    • Beaten
  14. To break
    • Break, breaks
    • Broke
    • Breaking
    • Broken
  15. To write
    • Write, writes
    • Wrote
    • Writing
    • Written
  16. To shake
    • Shake, shakes
    • Shook
    • Shaking
    • Shaken
  17. To go
    • Go, goes
    • Went
    • Going
    • Gone
  18. The subject...
    is that part about which something is being said.
  19. The predicate...
    The predicate is that part which says something about the subject.
  20. A phrase...
    A clause...
    • A phrase is a group of words that does not contain both a subject and a verb and may be used as a single part of speech.
    • A clause is a group of words that does contain both a subject and a verb.
  21. An independent clause...
    An independent clause expresses a complete thought like a sentence.
  22. A subordinate clause...
    A subordinate clause does not express a complete thought and cannot stand alone. Also known as a dependent clause.
  23. Types of Sentence Structures
    • Simple
    • Compound
    • Complex
    • Compound-Complex
  24. Types of Sentence Patterns
    • 1.Subject Verb
    • 2. Subject Verb Direct Object
    • 3. Subject Verb Predicate Nominative
    • 4.Subject Verb Predicate Adjective
    • 5. Subject Verb Indirect Object Direct Object
    • 6. Subject Verb Direct Object Object Complement Noun
    • 7. Subject Verb Direct Object Object Complement Adjective

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