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J101-Grammar for Communication

by: Morgan Miller

J101-Grammar for Communication

Morgan Miller

Leigh Jasheway-Bryant

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Notes for Module 7 with practice activities.
Leigh Jasheway-Bryant
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Date Created: 05/06/14
Module 7 Independent Clauses Dependent Clauses Subordinating Conjunctions Coordinating conjunctions Clauses Fragments Interjections What makes up a sentence Subject Verb and complete thought Independent Clauses Contains a subject Verb and Complete thought and may stand alone or be joined by other clauses or phrases They can stand alone they don t rely on each other Dependent Clauses Have subject and Verb but do not have a complete thought They are dependent on something else They cannot stand on their own Some start with relative pronouns that who whom61 whom whomeveig wh 056 which Subordinating Conjunctions introduce dependent clauses or join them to independent clauses Dependent clauses start with these a lot neVer use a comma before because Coordinating Conjunctions Join sentence parts of equal importance Join independent clauses to each other FANBOYS quot01 and 7101 but 01 yet 50 Clauses Have subject verb if it doesn t it s a phrase or fragment Types Noun phrase noun and everything that modi es it verb phrase verb and everything that modi es it prepositional phrase preposition and it s objects verbal phrases a gerund in nitive or participle and its objects Phrases Fragments Phrases never contain the subject of a sentence and should not stand alone in a sentence Fragments a group of words that is not a complete sentence but is often punctuated as though it is Interjections a short exclamation that expresses an emotion Example Cool Dude Exception to rule that complete sentence requires a subject Verb and complete thought Practice What has a subject and Verb but is not a complete thought What sentence part never contains the subject of the sentence What does FANBOYS stand for What makes up a sentence What clause can stand alone 39gt Answers Clause Phrase For and nor but or yet so Subject Verb and Complete thought Independent clause


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