Spelling: Words with short i and short u
- could have
- should have
- would have
- might have
- The complete subject of a sentence includes all of the words that tell about the subject. (My aunt’s heroism inspired many people.)
- The complete predicate of a sentence includes all of the words that tell about the predicate. (Today I follow her brave example)
- The simple subject is the most important word in the subject. It can be a noun or pronoun. (My grandpa volunteers every week.)
- The simple predicate is the most important word in the predicate. It is the verb. (He found volunteering to be rewarding.)
- A phrase is a group of words that does not have a subject and a predicate.
- A dependent clause has a subject and verb, but does not express a complete thought.
improve, individual, neighborhood, offer, volunteer, benefit, clarify, comparison, duty, identify, impact, learn, point of view, narrator