When we are young we first learn the alphabet as soon as we are able to speak. We learn speaking and writing the letters and then move on to learning words. These words are then joined together to make meaningful sentences. This week, we bring to you these exercises for your students to learn about parts of sentences. Download the worksheet and get started. When we discuss how we construct sentences we find that every sentence is made up of two parts. It has a subject and a predicate. The subject is something or someone the sentence is about. The predicate is the part of the sentence that tells something about the subject. For example, in the sentence; Ram sings a song; Ram would be the subject, and ‘sings a song’ would be the predicate since it is the part that tells that Ram sings.
In the following exercises, students have to identify the subject and the predicate. They need to color the subject pink and the predicate blue. The first one is done for their ease.
In the following exercise, students have to match the subject given under group ‘a’ with the predicates under group ‘b’ to make grammatically sound meaningful sentences.
The worksheet provides several questions for students to practice. These basic exercises lay the foundation for students to write grammatically sound, elegant sentences. Download the worksheet and distribute it among the students. It is efficient if you ask them to write these sentences once they are finished matching each of these to ensure that they get enough practice.
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