SubjectClauses_Phrases_madeforgrade9-12.ppt

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SubjectClauses_Phrases_madeforgrade9-12.ppt


SubjectClauses_Phrases_madeforgrade9-12.ppt

SubjectClauses_Phrases_madeforgrade9-12.ppt

  • 2. How to tell the difference…
    Independent
    (main)
    Clause
    Subordinate
    (dependent)
    Clause
    Phrase
    Has a
    subject
    and verb
    Forms a
    complete
    thought
    Can stand
    alone
    YES
    NO
    NO
    NO
    NO
    NO
    YES
    YES
    YES
  • 4. Independent Clauses
    Halle ate
    a late dinner.
    Kevin went to the movies.
    Travis and Eric gave
    donations to help others.
    Savannah collected money.
    Caleb wandered off.
    Mercy offered us a ticket.
  • 5. Subordinate Clause
    DEFINITION: A
    subordinate (or
    dependent) clause does NOT
    express a complete thought.
    It does have a subject
    and a verb.
    BUT… it cannot stand
    alone as a sentence.
  • 6. Subordinate Clause
    A word
    such as that, what or since
    signals the beginning of a subordinate
    clause.
     that I wanted
     what she saw
     since most plants die without water
    The meaning of a subordinate
    clause is only complete after the
    clause is attached to an independent
  • 7. Subordinate Clauses
    after Kedon
    ate dinner
    because Mary saved the
    drowning girl
    when Brittanie gave a
    party
    that we thought was right
    before Jarred left the
    room
    whom Coach Burr knew
  • 10. Subordinate Conjunctions
    Subordinate conjunctions
    form subordinate
    clauses.
    Subordinating conjunctions are ADVERBS
    used as conjunctions to join subordinate
    and independent clauses.
    Subordinate conjunctions can be found at
    the beginning, middle or end of a
    sentence.
  • 12. Subordinate Conjunctions
    after if,
    even if when, whenever
    although, though in order that where, wherever
    as since whether
    because that, so that which, whichever
    before unless while
    even though until who
    how what, whatever whose
  • 17. Subordinate Clause PRACTICE
    We hated the pizza because it tasted like cardboard.
     After we threatened to hurt them, they gave us the
    answers to the test.
     Emily can not do her homework until she watches her
    favorite television show.
     Since the car does not run well, the mechanic did a
    quick check-up.
  • 18. Subordinate Clause PRACTICE
    We hated the pizza because it tasted like cardboard.
     We hated the pizza — independent clause
     because it tasted like cardboard — subordinate clause
     because — subordinating conjunction
     tasted — verb
     it — subject
  • 19. Subordinate Clause PRACTICE
    After we threatened to hurt them, they gave us the
    answers to the test.
     They gave us the answers to the test — independent
    clause
     after we threatened to hurt them — subordinate clause
     after — subordinating conjunction
     threatened — verb
     we — subject
  • 20. Subordinate Clause PRACTICE
    Emily cannot do her homework until she watches her
    favorite television show.
     Emily cannot do her homework — independent clause
     until she watches her favorite television show —
    subordinate clause
     until — subordinating conjunction
     watches — verb
     she — subject
  • 21. Subordinate Clause PRACTICE
    Since the car does not run well, the mechanic
    did a quick check-up.
     the mechanic did a quick check-up —
    independent clause
     Since the car does not run well — subordinate
    clause
     Since — subordinating conjunction
     does run — verb
     car — subject
  • 22. Clause and Phrase PRACTICE
    Underline the SUBJECT once.
    Underline the VERB twice.
    Draw a circle around the
    subordinating conjunction.
    Determine whether each sentences
    is a CLAUSE or a PHRASE.
  • 23. Clause and Phrase? Identify.
    to the park in the city
    after the winning run was hit
    when we gave the children their gifts
    before the early show
    from the grocery store to the mall
    between the two cities on the map
    whenever we feel like having chili
    since we cannot go to the ballgame
  • 24. Clause and Phrase Answers
    to the park in the city (phrase)
    after the winning run was hit (clause-sub)
    when we gave the children their gifts (clause-
    sub)
    before the early show (phrase)
    from the grocery store to the mall (phrase)
    between the two cities on the map (phrase)
    whenever we feel like having chili (clause-sub)
  • 25. Clause and Phrase Practice
    Identify the underlined section
    in the following sentences as a
    CLAUSE or PHRASE.
  • 26. Clause and Phrase Practice
     After the movie, we enjoyed a delicious dinner.
     We all enjoyed spaghetti that was quite tasty.
     After eating dessert, we all pitched in to pay the
    check.
     We were a little short on money which made us
    very nervous.
     Our friend Michael, who is very wealthy, offered
    to pay the difference.
     Before leaving, we all thanked him.
  • 27. Clause and Phrase Answers
     After the movie, we enjoyed a delicious
    dinner.
     Phrase
     We all enjoyed spaghetti which was quite
    tasty.
     Clause
     After eating dessert, we all pitched in to pay
    the check.
     Phrase
  • 28. Clause and Phrase Answers
     We were a little short on money which
    made us very nervous.
     Clause
     Our friend Michael, who is very wealthy,
    offered to pay the difference.
     Clause
     Before leaving, we all thanked him.
     Phrase
  • 29. MORE Clauses/Phrases Practice
    Elements
    of Literature
    Page 532, Diagnostic Test, 1-20
    Page 534, Exercise 1, 1-5
    Page 536, Exercise 2, 1-10
    Page 536, Exercise 3, 1-10
    Page 538, Exercise 4, 1-10
  • 30. Elements of Literature
    Page
    540, Exercise 5, 1-10
    Page 542, Exercise 6, 1-10
    Page 545, Exercise 8, 1-10
    Page 547, Exercise 9, 1-5
    Page 549, Exercise 11, 1-10
    MORE Clauses/Phrases Practice


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