Learning about reading and writing couldnt be complete without learning something about grammar. However, theres no way that we can possibly cover everything a person might need to learn about grammar. Therefore, weve decided to include grammar exercises related to material that has given participants in the Regina SARAW program some difficulty. Exercises will include:
The sentence is the base of the English language. We need to know how to build a strong base and what we can and cannot add to it. Grammar is the study of sentence structure and how words relate to one another in a sentence.
Everyone has thoughts. When we speak, we speak what we are thinking. When we
write, we are also communicating our thoughts.
A sentence can be a statement.
A sentence can be a question.
A sentence can be a command or an exclamation.
A sentence always starts with a capital letter and ends with some kind
of punctuation mark (period, question mark, exclamation point)
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