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Sentence Structure Worksheet On Subject

First of Seven

Worksheet 1/7 Something on the Subject

Re-write the sentences using a capital letter at the beginning and a period or full stop at the end of each sentence. Circle the subject. Check your spelling. The first one has been done for you.
1) Flowers grew. Flowers is the subject. Flowers is the noun.
2)

tiny bees buzzed ~ Tiny bees buzzed.

3)

mountains reached for the clouds ~

Mountains reached for the clouds.

4) students love to read ~ Students love to read.
5) johnny rode his bike ~ Johnny rode his bike.
6) california is beautiful ~ California is beautiful.
7) suddenly, we jumped up ~ Suddenly, we jumped up.

Proof read your work. Check if each word is spelled correctly. Did you use capital letters and a period? Check with the Rubric.

Start a notebook to write all the new words you are learning. Build your very own English dictionary. Here is an example;

Nouns

flowers bees mountains clouds students Johnny bike California

Tessie's tips on writing... Ask yourself, "What is the sentence about?" or, "Who is the sentence about?" to find the subject. Recommended Reading;"The Jolly Postman or Other People's Letters", Janet & Allan Ahlberg.