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Sentences and Fragments - 6th Grade Grammar


Sentences and Fragments - 6th Grade Grammar

Sentences and Fragments - 6th Grade Grammar

A complete sentence has three components: a subject (the actor in the sentence)a predicate (the verb or action), and a complete thought (it can stand alone and make sense—it’s independent). 

        They waited for the bus all morning. (complete sentence)

        My father builds a house. (complete sentence)

        My father looked at the house plans. (complete sentence)

        We decided to paint it blue. (complete sentence)

A sentence fragment is an incomplete sentence. Some fragments are incomplete because they lack either a subject or a verb, or both.

No main verb:
        A story with deep thoughts and emotions. (needs a predicate)
        The plans for the house. (needs a predicate)

No Subject:
        With the ultimate effect of all advertising is to sell the product. (needs a subject)
        Changes his mind. (needs a subject)

Sentences and Fragments Activity - 6th Grade Grammar

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