Basic Sentence Structure - TIP Sheets - Butte College. BASIC SENTENCE STRUCTUREParts of Sentences: Subject, Predicate, Object, Indirect Object, Complement Every word in a sentence serves a specific purpose within the structure of that particular sentence.
According to rules of grammar, sentence structure can sometimes be quite complicated. For the sake of simplicity, however, the basic parts of a sentence are discussed here. The two most basic parts of a sentence are the subject and predicate. Subject-Verb Mix-up. Verb subject treasure hunt game.
Question formation. Simple, compound, complex sentences. Pep_language_lines_sentence_frames.pdf (application/pdf Object) Scrambled Sentences - scrambled-sentences.pdf. Subordinating Conjunctions.pdf (application/pdf Object) Coordinating Conjunctions.pdf (application/pdf Object)