how do you diagram The lawyer was talking to his partner about finding the evidence.
Subject = lawyer
Verb = was talking
Object = his partner
While finding the evidence, the lawyer was talking to his partner.
lawyer,was talking, his partner
Are there anymore, more complex, examples other than direct objects and predicate adjectives and nouns?
examples|are\direct objects, predicate adjectives, and nouns
examples|are\direct objects, predicate adj, and nouns
direct objects/predicate adjectives and nouns
how do you diagram: The famous charter oak of Hartford, Connecticut, was blown down; but a monument was put in its place
oak = subject (The, famous, charter = adjectives...of Hartford, Connecticut = prep.phrase used as adjective to modify oak)
was blown = verb (down = adverb)
but = conjunction
monument = subject (a = adjective that modifies monument).
was put = verb (in its place = prep.phrase that modifies was put).
but monument|was put
Oak\blown monument, its
oak/was blown/ but/ monument/ was put
How do u diagram the sentence tony ate his dinner and went to bed early
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DIAGRAM THIS SENTENCE PLEASE: IN HIS POEM "DO NOT GO GENTLE INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT," DYLAN THOMAS ENCOURAGES A DYING MAN TO FIGHT IMPENDING DEATH.
dylan thomas|encourages\dying man
Poem\into Dylan, encourages
How do you diagram: A philosopher is someone who practices philosophy, which involves rational inquiry into areas that are outside of either theological dogma or science.
philosopher\is theological dogma or science
Could you diagram the sentence"The man is my father."
man (dividing line) is (slanted line for a predicate noun) father
'The' is on a slanted line below 'man' and 'my' is on a slanted line below 'father'
I felt the void in my life when alone.
How do you diagram Will you wait for me, or do you want to go ahead?
how do i diagram this,'George,why don't
you buy this book?'
How do you diagram
Be not simply good; be good for something.
This is essentially two separate sentences connected by a semicolon.
(You understood) = subject; Be = verb
Not simply = adverbs that modify "be"
Good = object of the sentence
(You understood) = subject; Be = verb
Good = object of sentence
For something = prepositional phrase describing good
Be\simply good, something
Can you please diagram "Through desire a man, having separated himself, seeketh and intermeddleth the with all wisdom."?
how do you diagram the following:
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
How do you diagram the sentence The Gila monsters often live underneath rocks.
How do you diagram "America," also known as "My Country, 'Tis of Thee," was first sung at a Fourth of July children's celebration which was held at Park Street Church in Boston.
in Boston describes celebration (prep phr)
at celebration describes sung (prep phr w/ modifiers)
What you need to know is how to join the names of the song in a "rocket" as a compound subject.
How do you diagram the following sentence? Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you.
how do I diagram a sentence using present perfect?
In ancient times, people thought the moon was a powerful god or goddess.
What would "In ancient times" be considered?
English immigrants founded a little town in North Dakota in 1885
"in North Dakota" is a prepositional phrase which describes the town that was founded.
The work of the Ming dwarfed earlier accomplishments.
If you make a mistake (for instance on slide 21 of 33) you have no way to get out of it or to back up. You have to exit the object and start over again.Posted by Kara Monroe on 10/23/2007 12:00:00 AM Reply
Thank goodness SOMEBODY
still thinks teaching diagramming is important!
I would like to see you change a couple of sentences to add extra lines for choices--otherwise they just keep guessing...
Posted by Sharon Williams on 11/7/2007 12:00:00 AM Reply
I think this is fabulous! I'm going to share it with my fellow Grammatical Analysis classmates.Posted by Amy Moore on 7/1/2011 12:44:26 AM Reply
Where were you when I was in 6th grade? I would have actually liked English!Posted by Lori LaFave on 2/23/2014 5:31:25 AM Reply
This is a great tutorial. But the commands have been broken for a while and I'm not sure why they've not been fixed. Please bring it back so I can use it with my students!Posted by Theresa Burns on 8/27/2015 1:24:16 PM Reply