Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Term 1 Grammar Table

Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Term 1 Grammar Table

Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Term 1 Grammar Table of Contents LA.1468 Identify Proper and Common Nouns............ 1 LA.1468 Identify Concrete and Abstract Nouns........ 2 LA.1468 Identify and Use Pronouns........ 3 LA.1478 Use Quotation Marks in Dialogue... 5 LA.1482 Use Verbs of Different Types 9 LA.1482 Form and Use Simple Tense Verbs.. LA.1480 Identify and Use Contractions. LT.1682 Write Compound Sentences. LT.1682 Identify Complex Sentences Australian Curriculum English Year 3, Term 1 1 1 3 1 7 1 9 2 2 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify1 Proper and A proper noun names a specific person, place or thing. Common Nouns Proper nouns are always capitalised. 2 A common noun names any person, place or thing. Common nouns are only capitalised at the beginning of a sentence. Proper Nouns Mia Booderee National Park England Common Nouns girl park dog CF U Which of the following is an example of a proper noun? How do you know? A. brother B. Mike What is the difference between a proper noun and a common noun? Identify proper and common nouns. 1 Read the sentence. 2 Identify the type of noun. (cross) 3 Explain the answer. (Say: _____ is a _____ noun because _____.) 1

Tayla wants more juice. 3 His brother is a good singer. 5 The shop is on Second Street. 7 Trees help to make the city beautiful. Proper Common Proper Common Proper Common Proper Common CF U 2 How did I/you identify the type of noun? 3 How did I/you explain the answer? 2 Ms. Atkin is a very nice lady. 4 The boy needed a new sweater. 6 The city of Sydney is very large. 8 Cats have sharp claws. Common Proper Common Proper Common 2 2 Proper Proper 1 Australian Curriculum English Year 2 Language 1468.1 Common find one exact thing Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify1 Concrete Nouns can be concrete or abstract. and Abstract Nouns

Type of Noun Examples Concrete nouns name something you can see, hear, smell, taste or touch. The elephants ate peanuts. Abstract nouns name something you CANNOT see, hear, smell, taste or touch. My birthday is in April. CF U Explain why the word tree is a concrete noun. Tree is a concrete noun because __________. Which noun below is an abstract noun? How do you know? A. kindness B. gift What is the difference between a concrete noun and an abstract noun? The difference between a concrete noun and an abstract noun is __________. Identify concrete and abstract nouns. 1 Read the sentence. 2 Identify the type of noun. (cross) 3 Explain the answer. (Say: ____ is a ____ noun because ____.) 1 Grasshoppers can jump very high. 3 Friendship is to be cherished. 5 Anger makes you say hurtful things. 7 Ivan is a very good student. Concrete Abstract Concrete Abstract Concrete Abstract Concrete Abstract CF U 2 How did I/you identify the type of noun? 3 How did I/you explain the answer? 2 4 Freedom needs to be secured. 6 Bravery is an action that shows courage. . 8 Riley likes to play the guitar. 1 Australian Curriculum English Year 2 Language 1468.2 3 The cheetah is the fastest animal. Concrete

Abstract Concrete Abstract Concrete Abstract Concrete Abstract find Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify1 and Use A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun. Pronouns Some pronouns replace the noun that does the action. 2 A singular pronoun is a word that replaces a singular noun. The noun shows which pronoun to use. Singular Pronou Sentence n I I walk to the shop. you You hold the pencil. Singular Sentence with a Pronou Sentence with a Noun Singular Pronoun n he James ran home. He ran home. she Alexis works hard. She works hard The book is on the CF it It is on the table table. U Which of the following sentences uses a pronoun? How do you know? A. Akili is hungry. B. He made a sandwich. In your own words, what is a pronoun? A pronoun is _______. Read the sentences below and CF How did I/you identify the pronouns? identify the pronouns. (circle) U 1 You need to pay attention. 2 He is taking a nap. 3 Amanda and I are best friends. 4 He will go fishing tomorrow. 5 Lola said that she wants to go. 6 Victoria and I made a cake. 7 You wanted to go the park instead. 8 Do you want to join our team? 9 It was a beautiful rainbow. Australian Curriculum English Year 2 Language 1468.3 1 0 4

She has a terrible headache. 1 2 find takes the place of Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify and Use A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun. Plural Pronouns Some pronouns replace the noun that does the action. A plural pronoun is a word used to replace more than one noun or a plural noun. The noun shows which pronoun to use. Plural Sentence with nouns Pronoun we Sally and I walk to the shop. You and Helen should stay you inside. The book and pencil are on the they table Sentence with a plural pronoun We walk to the shop. You should stay inside. They are on the table. CF U Which of the following sentences uses a plural pronoun? How do you know? A. He went to class. B. We wrote in the notebooks. In your own words, what is a plural pronoun? A plural pronoun is _______. Read the sentences below and CF How did I/you identify the plural pronouns? identify the plural pronouns. (circle) U 1 You need to start practising today. 2 We had a great time. 3 They had a great time at the party. 4 They wanted to ride the bicycle. 5 You won the big race! 6 They did not want to participate. 7 They wanted to arrive before dark. 8 We laughed a lot that day. 9 What did they decide to do? Australian Curriculum English Year 2 Language 1468.3 1 0 5 You need to be on your best behavior. Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Dialogue tag clue words: Use Quotation Marks Dialogue is words said aloud between people.

in Dialogue Quotation marks show where a speakers words said, yelled, whispered, replied, answered, asked begin and end. ( ) The dialogue tag identifies1 who is speaking. A comma separates2 the speakers words from the dialogue tag. CF U Which of the following is an example of quotation marks used in dialogue? A. I am going home after school, said Joe. B. Joe is going home after school. Example Dialogue tag before the quotation Dylan said, We will go home after school. Dialogue tag, Speech. Dialogue tag after the quotation Why is the sentence Dylan said he was going home not an example of dialogue? We will go home after school, said Dylan. Speech, dialogue tag. Use quotation marks in dialogue. 1 2 3 4 Read the sentence carefully. Identify the dialogue tag. (underline) Insert the comma in the correct place, if needed. Insert the quotation marks around the dialogue. In your own words, what is dialogue? Dialogue is _____. 2 CF U 3 4 How did I/you identify the dialogue tag? How did I/you know where to insert a comma? How did I/you insert the quotation marks? 1 Max said, Today is Tuesday. 2 My teacher replied, This is the correct answer. 3Im riding my bike, yelled James. 4I like bugs, answered Tyler. 5 Aly said, Butterflies have beautiful wings. 6I am afraid of bugs, whispered Layla. 1 2 Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1478.1 3 6 finds split into different parts to place Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Use Quotation Marks Dialogue is words said aloud between people. in Dialogue Punctuation for Dialogue Dialogue tag before the quotation Dialogue tag clue words: Dylan said, We will go home after school.

said, yelled, whispered, replied, answered, asked Dialogue tag, Speech. Dialogue tag after the quotation We will go home after school, said Dylan. Speech, dialogue Use quotation marks in dialogue. tag. 1 2 3 4 Read the sentence carefully. Identify the dialogue tag. (underline) Insert the comma in the correct place, if needed. Insert the quotation marks around the dialogue. 1 2 CF U 3 4 How did I/you identify the dialogue tag? How did I/you know where to insert a comma? How did I/you insert the quotation marks? Leo said , I am doing a science report about how water is used. It 2 is safe to go in the house , replied the firewoman. 3 Cooper said,I like to look at the stars at night. Maya said , It is cold today. 4 I 5 am going into the city to hear a musical concert,answered Samuel. 6It will rain today , said Zara. 7 Ivy said, I have a new book about animals. 8 Julian asked,Can I look at that book next? Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1478.1 7 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Use Quotation Marks Dialogue is words said aloud between people. in Dialogue Punctuation for Dialogue Dialogue tag before the quotation Dialogue tag clue words: Dylan said, We will go home after school. said, yelled, whispered, replied, answered, asked

Dialogue tag, Speech. Dialogue tag after the quotation We will go home after school, said Dylan. Dialogue tag exceptions Speech, dialogue tag. the dialogue asks a question or shows emotion, a ? or ! will be When used. When the dialogue tag comes after one of these, it is still in lower case form. How do I tie my shoes? asked Timmy. Use quotation marks in dialogue. 1 2 3 4 Read the sentence carefully. Identify the dialogue tag. (underline) Insert the comma in the correct place, if needed. Insert the quotation marks around the dialogue. 2 CF U 3 4 How did I/you identify the dialogue tag? How did I/you know where to insert a comma? How did I/you insert the quotation marks? 1What are you doing after school? asked Ava. 2Are you going to play cricket today? asked Joe. 3 Mike yelled, That movie was really scary! 4 Mason asked,Are you going to play cricket today? Select all of the sentences which correctly use Howpunctuation did I/you find the sentencesfor that had correct punctuation? the dialogue. CF U 6 7 The librarian whispered, No talking in the library. No talking in the library, whispered the librarian What day is our test? asked William. William asked, What day is our test? No talking in the library, whispered the librarian. The librarian whispered No talking in the library. Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1478.1 What day is our test? asked William 8 William asked, What day is our test? Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Use Quotation Marks Dialogue is words said aloud between people. in Dialogue Punctuation for Dialogue Dialogue tag before the quotation Dialogue tag clue words:

Dylan said, We will go home after school. said, yelled, whispered, replied, answered, asked Dialogue tag, Speech. Dialogue tag after the quotation We will go home after school, said Dylan. Dialogue tag exceptions Speech, dialogue tag. the dialogue asks a question or shows emotion, a ? or ! will be When used. When the dialogue tag comes after one of these, it is still in lower case form. How do I tie my shoes? asked Timmy. Use quotation marks in dialogue. 1 2 3 4 Read the sentence carefully. Identify the dialogue tag. (underline) Insert the comma in the correct place, if needed. Insert the quotation marks around the dialogue. 2 CF U 3 4 How did I/you identify the dialogue tag? How did I/you know where to insert a comma? How did I/you insert the quotation marks? 1 Leo said,I had toast for breakfast. asked 2 Is mum making stew for dinner? 3 4 Serita. Todays date is the 2nd of December , said the teacher. Liam yelled , Tomorrow is my birthday! Select all of the sentences which correctly use Howpunctuation did I/you find the sentencesfor that had correct punctuation? the dialogue. CF U 6 7 Aly asked, will we use the computer today? The teacher said please go get your textbooks. Aly asked, Will we use the computer today? The teacher said, please go get your textbooks. Aly asked, will we use the computer today? Will we use the computer today? asked Aly. Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1478.1 Please go get your textbooks, said the teacher. 9

The teacher said, Please go get your textbooks. Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Use Verbs of A verb is an action word. Different Types A verb can tell about different kinds of action. Types moving saying thinking sensing feeling doing Example s runs shouts guesses hopes being becomes having owns relating Sentence Andrew runs fast. Jack shouts loudly. Jibba guesses my name. Angie hopes for a present. A caterpillar becomes a butterfly. Jacob owns a pair of rollerblades. CF U Which of the following is an example of a saying verb? How do you know? A. whispering B. flipping In your own words, what is a verb? A verb is _______. Non-examples chair girl food Write a sentence to describe the picture using a moving CF Howfrom did I/you select a moving verb tobank. match the picture? verb the word U 1 2 3 Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1482.1 rakes, rides, throws, gardens The boy rakes the leaves. (Answers vary) The girl rides the horse. (Answers vary) The boy throws the ball. (Answers vary) Activity continues on 10 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Use Verbs of A verb is an action word. Different Types Date: _______________ Types doing A verb can tell about different kinds of action.

sensing brushes, catches, swims, sings, splashes relating moving saying thinkin g feeling being having 4 He brushes his teeth. (Answers vary) 5 He catches the ball. (Answers vary) 6 7 Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1482.1 Example s runs shouts guesses hoping becomes owns The girl splashes in the water. (Answers vary) The woman sings. (Answers vary) 11 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Use Verbs of A verb is an action word. Different Types Date: _______________ Types doing A verb can tell about different kinds of action. sensing Fill in the blanks with the saying words from the word bank. More than one word may be CF How did I/you select a saying word to go in the blank? U correct. relating moving saying thinkin g feeling being having By Terry Hanson asks (answers 1. Wheres the paper? 2. Dad vary) ____________________, as he enters the living room 3. Oh, what a day Ive had! says (answers vary) 4. Im exhausted1, he ____________________ as he cries 5. (answers Then Mum comes in, carrying grocery bags, and vary) ____________________, Hello, dear. 6. My, how tired I am! guesses hoping becomes owns says, asks, complains Adapted from Changeabout collapses2 into a chair and opens the newspaper. Example s runs shouts cries, agrees, complains 7. Ive had such a busy day! 8. And she collapses into

the lounge. 9. After that, Tom arrives with all his school books. 10. Hi, Mum. complains 11. Hi, Dad. 12. Boy, school is a drag. 13. Im tired, he ___________________ as he sits on the asks floor. asks, replies, whispers 14. Finally Jill enters and ___________________, replies 15. Whats for dinner? 16. What a lively-looking family! 17. Are you all sick or something? 18. Mum __________________, Just tired, dear. 109 Words 1 2 Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1482.1 12 tired suddenly sits down Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Use Verbs of A verb is an action word. Different Types Date: _______________ Types doing A verb can tell about different kinds of action. sensing Fill in the blanks with the thinking words from the word bank. More than word may be correct. CF Howone did I/you select a thinking word to go in the blank? relating moving saying thinkin g feeling being having Example s runs shouts guesses hoping becomes owns U 1 2 3 4 wonders Their mother always _________________________ how it was possible that her two sons could eat so much. wonders, guesses, plans, knows guesses (answers how many biscuits are in the jar. Kellie _________________________ vary) plans Dorak _______________________ to throw a surprise party for his best friend. understands Jason _______________________ how to add fractions. (answers vary) understands, learns, wonders, thinks 5 wonders Melanie _______________________ whether her brother is telling the truth. 6 thinks Jiba _______________________ school is fun. 7

learns Bindi _______________________ about farming and herding. 8 expects Dural _______________________ the mail to come soon. Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1482.1 13 imagines, expects, learns Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Form and Use Simple A verb is an action word. Tense Verbs Which of the following is an example of a verb in the present tense? How do you know? A. sleeps B. will sleep Verb tense shows the time when an action takes place. Verb Tense Present tense shows that action happens now. Verb Tense Past tense shows that action already happened in the past. Verb Tense Future tense shows that action will happen in the future. CF U In your own words what is verb tense? Verb tense is _______. How to form the verb: verb I, we, you, they, I jump jump the dogs the dogs jump How to form the verb: verb + s he, she, it, the dog jumps she jumps the dog jumps How to form the verb: verb + ed I, you, he, she, it, the dog, we, they, jumped the dogs you jumped they jumped How to form the verb: will + verb I, you, he, she, it, the dog, we, they, the dogs will jump it will jump we will jump Fill in the chart with the CF How did I/you know how to form the verbs in each correct tense?form of each verb. U simple present 1 2 3

4 5 6 simple future Jenny invites you invited I will invite he boasts you boasted I will boast we knock we simple past hike she knocked you hiked they will knock they will hike you learn I learned he will learn you follow I followed the zebra will follow Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1482.2 Activity continues on 14 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Form and Use Simple Tense Verbs Verb Tense Present tense shows that action happens now. Verb Tense Past tense shows that action already happened in the past. Verb Tense Future tense shows that action will happen in the future. How to form the verb: verb I, we, you, they, jump the dogs the dogs jump How to form the verb: verb + s he, she, it, the dog I, you, he, she, it, the dog, we, they, jumped the dogs she jumps the dog jumps you jumped they jumped How to form the verb: will + verb I, you, he, she, it, the dog, we, they, the dogs it will jump we will jump kick simple future

they looked we the kids kicked we look we pick will jump simple past the snakes they jumps How to form the verb: verb + ed simple present 7 8 9 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 I jump will look will kick you it will pick picked we plant she planted sways the principal you swayed I will sway you will balance balances he he sails Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1482.2 will plant sailed you balanced I I will sail we 15 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Form and Use Simple A verb is an action word. Tense Verbs Verb tense shows the time when an action takes place. Verb Tense Present tense shows that action happens now. Verb Tense Past tense shows that

action already happened in the past. Verb Tense Future tense shows that action will happen in the future. How to form the verb: verb I, we, you, they, I jump jump the dogs the dogs jump How to form the verb: verb + s she jumps the dog jumps How to form the verb: verb + ed he, she, it, the dog jumps I, you, he, she, it, the dog, we, they, jumped the dogs you jumped they jumped How to form the verb: will + verb I, you, he, she, it, the dog, we, they, the dogs will jump it will jump we will jump Form and use verbs of different 1 Read the sentence carefully. tenses. 2 Identify1 the correct verb to fill in the blank. 3 On the line, write the verb tense. 1 2 CF U How did I/you identify the verb in the correct tense to go in the blank? Yesterday, Kyle __________ all afternoon about his punishment. A will complain simple past tense B complained C complains 2 Next Monday, Antonia __________ her homework. A finished B finishes simple future tense C will finish Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1482.2 Activity continues on 16 1 find Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Form and Use Simple TenseVerb Verbs How to form the verb: verb Tense Present tense shows that action happens now. Verb Tense Past tense

shows that action already happened in the past. Verb Tense Future tense shows that action will happen in the future. 3 I, we, you, they, I jump jump the dogs the dogs jump How to form the verb: verb + s he, she, it, the dog jumps she jumps the dog jumps How to form the verb: verb + ed I, you, he, she, it, the dog, we, they, jumped the dogs you jumped they jumped How to form the verb: will + verb I, you, he, she, it, the dog, we, they, the dogs will jump it will jump we will jump Right now, mum __________ us its time to go to school. A will remind simple present tense B reminds C reminded 4 Sven __________ with fear when he was caught stealing. A trembled simple past tense B trembles C will tremble 5 We __________ the potatoes if the potatoes are cooked. A mashed simple future tense B mash C will mash Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1482.2 17 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify1 and Use A contraction is a shortened word made from two Contractions words. Apostrophes hold the place where letters have been erased. A contraction uses an apostrophe () in place of the letters that have been taken out. has not there is Example Has not becomes hasnt There is becomes theres *Cannot becomes cant hasnt theres CF U

Why is youare not an example of a contraction? Youare is not an example of a contraction because __________. In your own words, what is a contraction? A contraction is __________. Non-example youre youare Identify and use contractions. 1 Read word #1 and word #2. 2 Combine the two words into a contraction. (write) 3 Add the contraction to the sentence and read the sentence. Word #1 Word #2 he is 2 I am 3 is not isnt 4 they are theyre 5 I will Ill 6 who is whos 7 *cannot 1 New Contraction hes 2 CF U How did I/you know where to put the apostrophe in the new contraction? Sentence Hesvery nice. _____________________________________ Im Imriding my bike. _____________________________________ The cow isnt eating grass. _____________________________________ Theyre playing outside. _____________________________________ Ill go to the shop tomorrow. _____________________________________ Whos in your class? _____________________________________ cant _____________________________________ You cant go to the beach. 1 Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1480.1 18 find Term 1

Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify and Use A contraction is a shortened word made from two Contractions words. Apostrophes hold the place where letters have been erased! A contraction uses an apostrophe () in place of the letters that have been taken out. has not there is hasnt theres Identify and use contractions. 1 Read the contraction. 2 Rewrite the contraction as two words. 3 Read the contraction in the sentence. Contractio n 1 shes Word #1 Word #2 she is CF U 2 How did I/you know what two words were represented by the contraction? Sentence Shes very smart. _____________________________________________ 2 werent were not 3 youre you are 4 cant cannot 5 were we are _____________________________________________ Were all friends. 6 wouldnt would not _____________________________________________ I wouldnt do that if I were you. 7 didnt did not _____________________________________________ I didnt eat the biscuit. 8 theres there is

_____________________________________________ Theres an elephant at the zoo. it is _____________________________________________ Its rather cold today. are not 9 1 0 its arent Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Language 1480.1 They werent there. _____________________________________________ Youre on your way. _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ Jason cant jump that high. There arent any left. _____________________________________________ 19 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Compound Sentence Write compound SV, c SV Two sentences can be connected to form a compound sentence. sentences. A compound sentence has two main clauses. Each main clause has a subject and a verb. (SV) The two main clauses are sometimes linked with a coordinating conjunction1 and are separated with a comma. The coordinating conjunction shows the relationship between the two clauses. CF Coordinating U Relationship Conjunction Which sentences have a relationship of contrast? How do you know? and addition A. A doctor treats illness. A doctor treats difference injuries. but B. A doctor treats illnesses. A doctor does not contrast fix teeth. or choice In your own words, what is a coordinating conjunction? so result A coordinating conjunction is _______. Example This sandwich has lettuce, and that sandwich has tomato. Non-example This sandwich has lettuce, cheese and tomato. Write compound sentences. 2 How did I/you identify the 1 Read the sentences carefully. relationship between the sentences? 2 Identify2 the relationship between the sentences. CF U 2a How did I/you determine (write) which coordinating a Determine3 which coordinating conjunction to conjunction to use? use. 3 Rewrite the sentences as a compound sentence. The rabbit dashed under the fence. It ran quickly across the field. 1 addition Relationship _________________________ The rabbit dashed under the fence, and it ran quickly across the field. 2 I like to visit town. I can go to the cinema. result Relationship _________________________

I like to visit town, so I can go to the cinema. 1 2 Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Literacy 1682.9 Activity continues on 20 3 a word that connects words or clauses find figure out Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Write compound sentences. 3 Compound Sentence SV, c SV Kylie does not like eating meat. She loves vegetables. contrast Relationship _________________________ Kylie does not like eating meat, but she loves vegetables. 4 Date: _______________ Coordinatin g Conjunction and but or so Relationshi p addition difference contrast choice result All the students work hard. They spend at least two hours on homework each day. addition Relationship _________________________ All the students work hard, and they spend at least two hours on homework each day. 5 The museum has many exhibits. My favourite is the one on dinosaurs. contrast Relationship _________________________ The museum has many exhibits, but my favourite is the one on dinosaurs. 6 Ronald was tired. He walked very slowly. result Relationship _________________________ Ronald was tired, so he walked very slowly. Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Literacy 1682.9 21 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Compound Sentence Write compound SV, c SV Two sentences can be connected to form a compound sentence. sentences. A compound sentence has two main clauses. Each main clause has a subject and a verb. (SV) The two main clauses are sometimes linked with a coordinating conjunction and are separated with a comma. The coordinating conjunction shows the relationship between the two clauses. Coordinating Conjunction and Relationship addition

difference contrast choice result but or so Sentence A Karin visited the park. Karin wandered down the path. Karin fed the birds. Karin started to get hungry. Karin sat on a bench. Sentence B She had a great time. She looked at all the trees. She did not stay very long. It started to rain. She went home. Combine a sentence from each side of the (Answers chart to form a compound sentence. CF U How did I/you form a compound sentence? 1 Karin visited the park, and she vary) had a great time. 2 Karin fed the birds, but it started to rain. 3 4 Karin wandered down the path, and she looked at all the trees. Karin started to get hungry, so she went home. Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Literacy 1682.9 22 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify1 Complex A complex sentence is a sentence that has one main Sentences clause and one subordinate clause 2 Subordinating Conjunctions: after, although, as, because, before, even if, even though, if, if only, in case, now that, since, though, unless, until, when, whereas, whether or not, while 3 connected by a subordinating conjunction. The main clause has a subject and a verb (SV). The subordinate clause has a subject, a verb and a subordinating conjunction (cSV). Complex sentences can be written as cSV, SV or SVcSV. Examples: After I ate breakfast, I went to visit my friend. I received good grades because I studied a lot. Non-example: After breakfast, I went to visit my friend. Identify complex sentences. 1 Read the sentence. 2 Label the subordinating conjunction (c), the subject (S) and the verb (V). 3 If it is a complex sentence, identify the type. (circle) CF U Which of these is an example of a complex sentence? How do you know? A. After the introduction, Roxanne wrote the rest of the essay. B. After she wrote the introduction, Roxanne finished the essay. In your own words, what is a complex sentence? 2 How did I/you label the A complex sentence is ______. CF U

subordinating conjunction, the subject and the verb? 3 Sentence How did I/you identify the type? Type of Sentence 1 2 c S V Before S we ate V the raspberry tart, we baked it. cSV, SV SV c SV c V radishes, I Sdid not eat Although ISwas served V them. cSV, SV SV c SV 3 S V c SV That shirt shrunk because I put it in the dryer. cSV, SV 4 S V A hippopotamus will protect its baby if it feels cS V threatened. cSV, SV S V The harbour is full of ships. cSV, SV SV c SV S V An encyclopedia has many volumes. cSV, SV SV c SV 5 6 1 2 3 4 SV c SV SV c SV find (main clause) sentence that can stand alone (subordinate clause) ideas that depend on another clause to complete the thought (subordinating conjunction) a conjunction that begins a subordinate clause Australian Curriculum English Year 3 Literacy 1682.5 23 Term 1

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