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Sentences - Grade 2



Sentences - Grade 2


Hey there! Let's talk about sentences. Sentences are groups of words that express a complete thought. Sentences always begin with a capital letter and end with a punctuation mark like a period, question mark, or exclamation point. 

Let's look at some examples of complete sentences:

  • - The dog ran through the yard. (This is a statement that tells us something.)
  • - Where is my book? (This is a question.)
  • - Hurry up! (This is an exclamation expressing strong emotion.) 

Now it's your turn! Let's practice identifying if some groups of words are complete sentences or fragments:
  1. The cat purring loudly 
    Is this a complete sentence? Yes or no?______  
  2. Go to sleep!
    Complete sentence? Yes or no? ______
  3. Do you want to play basketball?
    Complete sentence? Yes or no? ______
Great job! Let's go over the answers:
  1. No (this is a fragment - missing the action)
  2. Yes  
  3. Yes
Understanding different types of sentences and what makes them complete is a key reading and writing skill. Let me know if you need any clarification or want to practice more!

Activity 1

Activity 2



Mr. ‏El-Sayed Ramadan ‎ ‎


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