Types of Sentences Subject Predicate Combining Sentences Punctuation

100

What is a command?
An example of this kind of sentence is:

Open the door.

100

What is "Most kinds of penguins"?
The subject of this sentence:

Most kinds of penguins live in Antarctica.

100

What is "swim in the ocean"?
The predicate of this sentence:

Penguins swim in the ocean.

100

What is "The mother penguin goes to get food, and the father penguin takes care of the egg."
These two sentences combined:

The mother penguin goes to get food.
The father penguin takes care of the egg.

100

What is a period?
The mark that goes at the end of this sentence:

Sarah did not want to go to school

200

What is a question?
An example of this kind of sentence is:

Can you open the door?

200

What is "We"?
The subject of this sentence:

We live in the United States of America.

200

What is "live in the United States of America"?
The predicate of this sentence:

We live in the United States of America.

200

What is "Hamsters are fun pets, but rabbits are more fun."
These two sentences combined:

Hamsters are fun pets.
Rabbits are more fun.

200

What is a question mark?
The mark that goes at the end of this sentence:

What kind of pet would you like

300

What is a statement?
An example of this kind of sentence is:

I will open the door.

300

What is "Many artists"?
The subject of this sentence:

Many artists worked there.

300

What is "keeps the egg warm"?
The predicate of this sentence:

The penguin father keeps the egg warm.

300

What is "Jack and Sue went to the pet store, and they saw the perfect pet."
These two sentences combined:

Jack and Sue went to the pet store.
They saw the perfect pet.

300

What is a period?
The mark that goes at the end of this sentence:

My sister has a pet rabbit

400

What is an exclamation?
An example of this kind of sentence is:

Look at that bird!

400

What is "Artists and poets"?
The subject of this sentence:

Artists and poets worked there.

400

What is "loves goldfish"?
The predicate of this sentence:

My brother loves goldfish.

400

What is "I like cats, and my sister likes dogs."
or
"I like cats, but my sister likes dogs."
These two sentences combined:

I like cats.
My sister likes dogs.

400

What is an exclamation mark?
The mark that goes at the end of this sentence:

Look at that penguin

500

What is a statement?
An example of this type of sentence is:

I am going to the store.

500

What is "My class"?
The subject of this sentence:

My class likes funny books.

500

What is "went to the pet store?
The predicate of this sentence:

Jack and Sue went to the pet store.

500

What is "Ed likes pets, but they make him sneeze."
These two sentences combined:

Ed likes pets.
They make him sneeze.

500

What is a question mark?
The mark that goes at the end of this sentence:

Have you ever seen a penguin

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