Parts of the Sentence - Subject/Verb
InterjectionsAn interjection is a word or word group that shows feeling. A mild interjection is followed by a comma; a strong interjection is followed by an exclamation mark.
Source: Lesson 85, like the introductory thereSome sentences begin with an introductory there. To be an introductory there, it must meet these rules: it must be the first word of a sentence; it cannot mean where; and it must be with a state of being verb.
Source: Lesson 96, do not fit grammatically with the rest of the sentence. They are never the subjectThe subject tells who or what about the verb. Source: Lesson 91. They come at the beginning of a sentence and may be set off with a comma.
Oh, I like your new car.
Instructions: Find the subject, verbVerbs show action or state of being. Most verbs are action words, but a few verbs indicate state of being or existence.
Source: Lesson 1, and interjections in these sentences.
1. Hey, what are you doing over there?
2. Yes, I would like that very much.
3. Well, Joe did it.
4. Yippee! Our team won the game.
5. Gosh, how did you do that?