English grammar

Module 4, Sentence Parts, Lesson 1:

Simple Subjects

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English grammar
Definition:
The subject of a sentence is the noun or pronoun that the sentence is about.
Hint:
Ask yourself, "Who did it?" or "What did it?"
Carlos wrote a letter to his uncle. (Carlos did the writing.)
My neighbor's dog barked all night. (The dog did the barking.)
Hint:
A proper name or compound noun is considered a single word.
Fred Mosby will be my new tutor.
The police officer explained what had happened.

Practice What You've Learned

English grammar
Directions:
Use the toolbar above to underline the subject in each sentence.
1.
Airplanes fly through the sky.
2.
The north wind is making the temperature colder.
3.
That book is not mine.
4.
The Romans built aqueducts throughout Europe.
5.
The new romantic comedy movie will be fun to see.
6.
A flashlight is sitting on that shelf in case of an emergency.
7.
Catalina is working very hard on her science project.
8.
Daniel's new ferret is quite friendly.
9.
The living room is a mess!
10.
That battery is dead.
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