Let’s Play What do you know about Conventions?

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  • Lets Play What do you know about Conventions?
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  • NOUNS
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  • PRONOUNS
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  • VERBS
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  • PREPOSITIONS
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  • OBJECTS
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  • SENTENCE PARTS SENTENCE PARTS
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  • 200 300 400 500 NounsPronounsVerbsPrepositionsObjects Sentence Parts 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100
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  • Identify the common noun: Mary tried to run away from the dog.
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  • What is dog?
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  • What is the proper noun in the following sentence? Katie asked for her phone number.
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  • What is Katie?
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  • Identify the concrete noun. They stood on the platform.
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  • What is platform?
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  • What type of noun is freedom in the following sentence? The troops fought for our freedom.
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  • What is abstract noun?
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  • Which is the collective noun in the following sentence? The two calves were separated from their herd.
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  • What is herd ?
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  • Identify the personal pronouns: You and I walked across the street.
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  • What are you and I?
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  • What type of pronoun is their? They finally finished their homework.
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  • What is a possessive pronoun?
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  • What is the subject pronoun in the following sentence? Maury and I ate dinner with him.
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  • What is I?
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  • Which is the interrogative pronoun in this sentence?
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  • What is which?
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  • Name the four demonstrative pronouns. -
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  • What are this, that, these, and those?
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  • Which word is the action verb? Sharon walked along the shore in California.
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  • What is walked?
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  • Which word is the helping verb? I will read and write in my AR log.
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  • What is will?
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  • Which sentence contains a compound verb? A. They robbed a bank. B. Bill and Jane robbed a bank. C. Bill and Jane robbed a bank and ran away. D. Bill and Jane robbed a bank in the downtown district.
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  • What is C? Bill and Jane robbed a bank and ran away.
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  • Which sentence contains an intransitive verb? A.We ate hot dogs at the fair. B. Bryce circled the lot in his new car. C. After two hours of video games, they finally studied. D. John made dinner for his mom.
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  • What is c? After two hours of video games, they finally studied.
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  • Which sentence contains a transitive verb? A. The last house on the left is haunted. B. Lauren and Johnny are dating. C. During the night, several kittens were born. D. Kelly ate donuts for breakfast.
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  • What is D? Kelly ate donuts for breakfast.
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  • Identify the prepositional phrase in this sentence: I went to the movies.
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  • What is to the movies?
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  • Identify the prepositional phrases in this sentence: During the game, I went to the concession stand, but I realized that I had no money in my wallet.
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  • What are During the game, to the concession stand, and in my wallet?
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  • Which sentence contains an adjective prepositional phrase? A. The boy with the wand is Harry. B. Harry walked through the labyrinth. C. Cedric was injured during the tournament. D. Walking heavily down the stairs, Voldemort was heard.
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  • What is A? The boy with the wand is Harry.
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  • What type of prepositional phrase is in this sentence (adverb or adjective)? Cameron and Zach will celebrate their birthdays in March.
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  • What is adverb prepositional phrase?
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  • What does the prepositional phrase describe & what type is it? Robert is standing beneath the bridge.
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  • What is beneath the bridge (adverb prepositional phrase)?
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  • Identify the object in this sentence? Clara did her homework in class.
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  • What is homework?
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  • Identify the indirect object in the following sentence. Mary gave John the recipe from her book.
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  • What is John?
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  • What is the object of the preposition in the following sentence? Tom met Harry in the cemetery.
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  • What is cemetery?
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  • Identify the direct object in the following sentence: During the evening, the family watched movies together in the den.
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  • What is movies?
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  • Identify the object of the preposition in the following sentence: Throughout the school year, students will read twenty-five books.
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  • What is year?
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  • Identify the complete subject in this sentence: I know that I will pass the CRCT next month.
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  • What is I?
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  • Identify the simple predicate: Mark and Reilly sat together on the couch.
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  • What is sat?
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  • Identify the complete predicate: The students at Roberts are held to a higher standard.
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  • What is are held to a higher standard?
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  • Identify the prepositional phrase. Robert bought some flowers from the corner store.
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  • What is from the corner store?
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  • Do the subject and verb agree? Mrs. Johnson and Dr. Lockhart are administrators in our school.
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  • What is yes?