Sentence Structure Worksheets To Print:
Revisions: Independent Clauses - This is a cleanup job for you. Each of the sentences contains two independent clauses.
Some are joined correctly, but others are not. Rewrite everything that is incorrect and join the independent clauses correctly. Place a check mark next to the
those that are correct.
- Are you looking at a complete sentences or just a fragment. You will identify which of the two is being presented to you.
and Predicates - Where the heck is that object in there? You will be asked to circle the subject, underline the predicate, and double-underline the object.
- The conjunction is usually what I look for first. This is very similar to the last worksheet, but the example is very helpful to start off with.
Types of Sentences - We look at and write all of them (Imperative, Declarative, Exclamatory, Interrogative). The structure for
each type can differ in verb tense, word order and in punctuation.
Practice - This is a basic flow chart for you. We diagram the use of subject/predicate, interrogative sentences, modifiers, direct objects, indirect objects, and prepositional phrases.
Those Crazy Pieces
- Diagram each sentence and put it in pieces. You base this style and format based on what you learned on the previous worksheet.
What Type Is It? - Identify the sentence type. Write it on the line. We look at four different classifications of them.
Form - Each of the sentences below contain two independent
clauses. Some are joined correctly, but others are not.
Kinds - Write 5 original sentences as indicated below. You work on the four forms (simple, compound, complex, compound-complex).
Identifying Structure - Identify whether it is simple, compound,
complex, or compound-complex. Underline the most important idea in each sentence.