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Writing Lessons in Structure and Style
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Humorous characters and fascinating creatures will help young students enjoy learning to write with structure and style.
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Moving through Units 1–7, students will take notes, summarize narrative stories, write from pictures, put together a mini research report, and compose creative essays. With scheduling ideas, games, vocabulary, and more, the optional Teacher’s Manual e-book (complimentary) helps keep the lessons fun and fascinating!

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These lessons are designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the seminar, either live or on DVD.

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compound predicate

The dog went to the county fair, and then ate popcorn .

Here, the compound predicate is went to the county fair and then ate popcorn . Compound predicates are important because they keep us from writing short, boring sentences. For example:

The dog went to the county fair. Then he ate popcorn.

The dog went to the county fair, and then he ate popcorn.

The second example using the compound predicate is a much stronger sentence.

A complete predicate includes all of the verbs and other details about it in the sentence:

complete predicate

The complete predicate of the sentence is underlined. As you see, it includes not only the verb “went,” but “to the county fair” as well, because those words all tell about what is happening in the sentence.

A clause is a set of words containing a subject and a predicate. An easy way to remember this is

clause

“clause = subject + predicate.”

An independent clause can exist as a sentence on its own.

independent clause

The dog ran.

A dependent clause has a subject and a predicate but can’t exist as a sentence on its own:

dependent clause

The dog smelled popcorn, which was popping at the county fair .

In the second part of the sentence, there is a subject (county fair) and a predicate (popping), but the words don’t give enough information to be a complete sentence. It only gives extra information—we need to know that “Sparky smelled popcorn” to understand “popping at the county fair.” Alone, a dependent clause makes a fragment sentence (see VII). “Which was popping at the county fair” is a fragment sentence.

A sentence’s “structure” is the main form it should follow in order for it to make sense and express the right idea. When it comes to making sure your sentence is clear and complete, having the right sentence structure is very important.

A simple sentence has only one subject and one predicate—in other words, only one clause. Here are three simple sentences:

simple sentence

A compound sentence has more than one subject or predicate. It uses a conjunction like “and” to combine two or more complete sentences into one compound sentence. A conjunction, like the word “and” connects words, phrases and clauses. For example, you can combine the three sentences above to make one compound sentence:

compound sentence

The dog ran all the way to the county fair, and then he ate some popcorn.

This is a compound sentence because it has one subject, “dog,” but two predicates, “ran” and “ate.”

A complex sentence has at least one independent clause and one dependent clause.

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