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Sentence Diagramming: Quotations from Literature

Sentence diagramming is an important skill, especially useful when reading classic texts. This worksheet features sentences from literature for your student to diagram. You may use it for Common Core ...

Sentence Diagramming: Participles

Participles may look like a verb, but they act as an adjective, as in “swimming pool.” In this worksheet, your student will diagram sentences that contain participles. It’s a great practice for many s ...

Sentence Diagramming: Gerunds

A gerund is a verb that doesn’t act like one; it acts like a noun! The sentences in this worksheet contain gerunds, and your student will practice diagramming them. Use it in conjunction with Common C ...

Sentence Diagramming: Advanced Practice

The sentences in this diagramming workseet contain a variety of challenges for your student, including participles and complex sentences. Many students will find the practice useful, but it is particu ...

Writing Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional phrases are an important part of a sentence’s structure. In this worksheet your student will get some good practice adding these to a list of sentences. It’s compatible with 4th grade Co ...

Sentence Diagramming: The Understood You

Some sentences, like commands, have a subject that is not stated but is understood by the reader or listener. This is called an understood subject or understood you. When you diagram a sentence with a ...

Sentence Diagramming: The Expletive There

In grammar an expletive, sometimes called a dummy subject, is a word that looks like the subject of a sentence, but instead has no real meaning. The most common expletive is there, and it is usually f ...

Sentence Diagramming: Negatives

Negatives, such as not or no, are usually used in a sentence as an adverb or adjective. They are placed under the word they modify. This includes n’t when it is used as a contraction. This sentence di ...

Sentence Diagramming: Direct Address

A direct address is when a speaker names the person to whom he is speaking. In sentence diagramming, the direct address has no particular meaning to the sentence, so the name is put above the subject. ...

Sentence Diagramming: Appositives

An appostive is a word or phrase that renames a noun. An appositive in a sentence is put in parentheses after the noun it renames. Any modifiers of the appositive are put under the appositive like any ...

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