Your child will have a Language test each Friday. There will be ten sentences for your child to read and identify the ones that are correctly using the language rule for that week.
A sentence is a group of words. It tells a complete idea. A sentence begins with a capital letter. It ends with an end mark.
The words in a sentence are in order. The words must be in order to make sense.
A sentence has a naming part. The naming part tells who or what the sentence is about. The naming part is called the subject of the sentence.
A sentence has a telling part. The telling part tells what someone or something does. The telling part is called the predicate of the sentence.
A telling sentence tells about something or someone. It begins with a capital letter. It usually ends with a period. A telling sentence that shows strong feeling may end with an exclamation point.
An asking sentence asks about something or someone. It begins with a capital letter. It ends with a question mark.
Nouns name people, animals, places, or things.
Oct.7-10 (Test Thursday)
Special names begin with a capital letter. Special titles begin with a capital letter.