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Daily Grammar Week _______ Adapted from Dawn Burnetts Daily Grammar Practice

Name ___________________________________ # _______ Date ________________


Monday: Analyze this weeks sentence and identify each common noun, proper noun,
possessive noun, subject pronoun, object pronoun, possessive pronoun, adjective, conjunction,
and interjection.

She remembered the music and the brightly colored lights, the carousel and ice cream, and
especially the magnificent fireworks in the evenings that made huge colored bursts of light in the
evening sky.
(Number the Stars by Lois Lowry page 31)

Tuesday: Analyze this weeks sentence and identify each verb and adverb. Then identify the
tense of each verb.

She remembered the music and the brightly colored lights, the carousel and ice cream, and
especially the magnificent fireworks in the evenings that made huge colored bursts of light in the
evening sky.
(Number the Stars by Lois Lowry page 31)

Wednesday: Analyze this weeks sentence and identify the simple and complete subject, the
simple and complete predicate, preposition, & object of the preposition.

She remembered the music and the brightly colored lights, the carousel and ice cream, and
especially the magnificent fireworks in the evenings that made huge colored bursts of light in the
evening sky.
(Number the Stars by Lois Lowry page 31)

Thursday: Analyze this weeks sentence and identify the articles, the sentence type as simple,
complex, or compound and the sentence purpose as: declarative, imperative, interrogative, or
exclamatory.

She remembered the music and the brightly colored lights, the carousel and ice cream, and
especially the magnificent fireworks in the evenings that made huge colored bursts of light in the
evening sky.
(Number the Stars by Lois Lowry page 31)

Friday: Analyze this weeks sentence using correct capitalization and punctuation including end
punctuation, commas, semi-colon, colon, apostrophes, hyphens, underlining, and quotation
marks.

she remembered the music and the brightly colored lights the carousel and ice cream and
especially the magnificent fireworks in the evenings that made huge colored bursts of light in the
evening sky
(Number the Stars by Lois Lowry page 31)
Adjectives Interjections Conjunctions Common Nouns Proper Nouns
Modify nouns and !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! F for Not specific NAMES of specific
pronouns and Wow! A and Persons Persons
answer: Hey! N nor Places Places
What kind? Ouch! B but Things Things
Which one? Yea! O or NOT
How many? Y yet CAPITALIZED CAPITALIZED
S - so

Possessive Nouns Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns Possessive Verbs


Pronouns An Action
Singular s I We Me Us Mine Ours Ask yourself:
Plural s You You Yours Can you do it??
He/She They Him/Her Them His/Hers Theirs Or
It Its State of Being:
am, are, is, was,
were

Adverbs Verb Tense Simple Complete Preposition


Modify verbs, Present Subject/Predicate Subject/Predicate A connecting word
adjectives, and other The entire part of the showing the
adverbs and answer: Past - ed Only One Subject sentence that relation of a noun or
How? contains the subject a pronoun to some
When? Future - will Only One Verb Or other word:
Where? The entire part of the with at
sentence that by to
contains the verb in for
from of
on about
And more.
Object of the Sentences Type & Simple Sentence Complex Sentence Compound
Preposition End Punctuation 1 sentence Sentence
Prepositional Declarative 1 sentence = (sub + verb) + 1 sentence
phrases begin with a Statement (.) Subject + Verb FANBOY + (sub + verb)
preposition and end Imperative Fragment = , comma + FANBOY
with a Command (.) Complex +
noun/pronoun. Interrogative 1 =1 1 sentence
The noun/pronoun Question (?) 1+=1 (sub + verb)
at the end is the Exclamatory With =
object of the Strong Feeling (!) Compound
preposition.
1 + 1= 2
Capitalization Underline, Commas, Apostrophes Quotation Marks
Capitalize: Hyphens Semicolon, Colon Use apostrophes in Use quotation
Proper Nouns, Underline the titles Use commas in a the place of letters to marks to show
Titles, of books series, to separate shorten a word, or to conversation.
Directions, independent clauses show possession.
First word of a Use hyphens with in a sentence, with
sentence. numbers dates, in numbers, to Contractions/
set off names, and Possessives
before a quotation.