Types of Sentences
Complete Subject
and Predicate
Simple Subject
and Predicate
Conjunctions
Sentence, Fragment, Or Run-On?
100

I just won the lottery!

What is exclamtory?

100

Mayan farmers grew large crops of corn.

Complete Subject: Mayan farmers 

Complete Predicate: grew large crops of corn.

100

The dog took a nap.

Simple Subject: dog 

Simple Predicate: took

100

The students had to choice to do IXL or read on Sora.

What is "or"?

100

The students went on a field trip.

What is sentence?

200

Can you help me with my homework?

What is interrogative?

200

Max and Nemo had steak for dinner.

Complete Subject: Max and Nemo

Complete Predicate: had steak for dinner.

200

The playground was wet from the rain.

Simple Subject: playground 

Simple Predicate: was

200
The fifth graders were excited to graduate, but sad to leave Harbor Hill.

What is "but"?

200

Everyone in class

What is fragment?

300

The family went on a vacation to Florida.

What is declarative?

300

The old, creaky door woke up the sleeping baby.

Complete Subject: The old, creaky door

Complete Predicate: woke up the sleeping baby.

300

The fresh cookies smelled delicious.

Simple Subject: cookies 

Simple Predicate: smelled

300
Many of the fifth graders were in the Winter Concert, and those who weren't sat in the audience.

What is "and"?

300

Studying the night before isn't enough you have to study far in advance.

What is a run-on?

400

The waves crashed along the shore.

What is declarative?

400

They went to visit their camp friends.

Complete Subject: They

Complete Predicate: went to visit their camp friends.

400

Basketball, baseball, and soccer, require good hand-eye coordination.

Simple Subject: Basketball, baseball, and soccer, 

Simple Predicate: require

400

Since it is going to rain, we have to have indoor recess.

What is "since"?

400

The family went to the mall they did not buy anything

What is run-on?

500

Help your sister clean up.

What is imperative?

500

Mrs. Kaplan, Mrs. Schwartz, and Ms. Roy are all new to Harbor Hill this year.

Complete Subject: Mrs. Kaplan, Mrs. Schwartz, and Ms. Roy 

Complete Predicate: are all new to Harbor Hill this year.

500

Mrs. Kaplan, Mrs. Schwartz, and Ms. Roy are all new to Harbor Hill this year.

Simple Subject: Mrs. Kaplan, Mrs. Schwartz, and Ms. Roy 

Simple Predicate: are

500

Before the students can begin the test, they need to make sure their names are written on top.

What is "before"? 

500

The students used their chrome books to complete the assignment for math.

What is sentence?

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