Interactive Guide Grade 4
Fourth Grade Core Subjects : : Grammar & Composition (Language of God, Level C: Sample Lesson)
Complete and Incomplete Sentences Incomplete sentences do not tell awhole idea. They can be confusing and cause misunderstanding. What do you think might happen if a captain gave commands that were incomplete? A sentence is made of parts that together tell a complete idea. A complete sentence tells the whole idea. Print ‘C’ in the space if the sentence tells a complete idea. Then put a period at the end of the sentence. Print ‘N’ in the space if the parts do not make a complete idea. A.
1. ____ bobbing in the waves
2. ____ Someone had fallen overboard
3. ____ put the lifeboat
4. ____ can rescue the poor fellow
5. ____ He was pulled aboard the ship
6. ____ spluttering and coughing
7. ____ The Church is a safe refuge, like a ship upon the waves
8. ____ We want to stay safely aboard
9. ____ reach our eternal home
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