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1 Spring Term 1 Unerline the suject in this sentence: Fatima rank the milkshake. a c e Forgetul Mr Whoop is very conuse aout noun phrases, prepositional phrases an suorinate clauses. Can you help him y saying which is unerline in the sentence? Rewrite the sentence an a in the relative pronoun that is missing. We went to a restaurant serve Italian oo. Speeing towars the inish line, the river elieve he might win the race. Draw lines etween the pairs o pulic Tick the sentence that uses the colon correctly. Mum ha mae two cakes: a Victoria sponge an a lemon rizzle loa. Rea these wors: ake Mum ha mae: two cakes a Victoria sponge an a lemon rizzle loa. Mum ha mae two cakes a Victoria sponge an: a lemon rizzle loa. iology iography Tick what you think the preix 'io' chilhoo science lie

2 Spring Term 1 Answers Unerline the suject in this sentence: Fatima rank the milkshake. a Forgetul Mr Whoop is very conuse aout noun phrases, prepositional phrases an suorinate clauses. Can you help him y saying which is unerline in the sentence? Speeing towars the inish line, the river elieve he might win the race. c Rewrite the sentence an a in the relative pronoun that is missing. We went to a restaurant serve Italian oo. We went to a restaurant that serve Italian oo. e prepositional phrase Draw lines etween the pairs o pulic ake Tick the sentence that uses the colon correctly. Mum ha mae two cakes: a Victoria sponge an a lemon rizzle loa. Mum ha mae: two cakes a Victoria sponge an a lemon rizzle loa. Rea these wors: iology iography Tick what you think the preix 'io' chilhoo science lie Mum ha mae two cakes a Victoria sponge an: a lemon rizzle loa.

3 Spring Term 1 Lael the oxes with V (ver), S (suject) an O (oject) to show the parts o the sentence. Fatima rank the milkshake a c e Forgetul Mr Whoop is very conuse aout noun phrases, prepositional phrases an suorinate clauses. Can you help him y saying which is unerline in the sentence? Speeing towars the inish line, the river elieve he might win the race. Rewrite the sentences an a in the relative pronouns an punctuation marks that are missing We went to a restaurant serve Italian oo. The warm, woollen lanket kept Mael The waiter was calle Gino rought us our oo. Draw lines etween the pairs o pulic ake A a colon to this sentence in the correct position. Mum ha mae two cakes a Victoria sponge an a lemon rizzle loa. Rea these wors: iology iography Tick what you think the preix 'io' cheerul reary chilhoo science lie

4 Spring Term 1 Answers Lael the oxes with V (ver), S (suject) an O (oject) to show the parts o the sentence. Fatima rank the milkshake Fatima = S rank = V milkshake = O a Forgetul Mr Whoop is very conuse aout noun phrases, prepositional phrases an suorinate clauses. Can you help him y saying which is unerline in the sentence? Speeing towars the inish line, the river elieve he might win the race. prepositional phrase The warm, woollen lanket kept Mael noun phrase c Rewrite the sentences an a in the relative pronouns an punctuation marks that are missing We went to a restaurant serve Italian oo. We went to a restaurant that serve Italian oo. The waiter was calle Gino rought us our oo. The waiter, who was call Gino, rought us our oo. e Draw lines etween the pairs o cheerul pulic ake reary A a colon to this sentence in the correct position. Mum ha mae two cakes: a Victoria sponge an a lemon rizzle loa. Rea these wors: iology iography Tick what you think the preix 'io' chilhoo science lie

5 Spring Term 1 Lael the oxes with V (ver), S (suject) an O (oject) to show the parts o the sentence. Fatima rank the milkshake. a c e Forgetul Mr Whoop is very conuse aout noun phrases, prepositional phrases an suorinate clauses. Can you help him y saying which is unerline in the sentence? Rewrite the sentences an a in the relative pronouns an punctuation marks that are missing We went to a restaurant serve Italian oo. What type o wor is 'the'? Speeing towars the inish line, the river elieve he might win the race. The waiter was calle Gino rought us our oo. The warm, woollen lanket kept Mael Draw lines etween the pairs o While the crow were ooing, the reeree showe the player a re car. Now, write a sentence containing a ierent relative pronoun, e.g. which, whose, whom. pulic cheerul ake reary Now write a pair o antonyms o your own: - Rewrite this sentence aing the appropriate punctuation mark. Mum ha mae two cakes a Victorian sponge an a lemon rizzle. Rea these wors: iology iography Tick what you think the preix 'io' chilhoo science lie

6 Spring Term 1 Answers Lael the oxes with V (ver), S (suject) an O (oject) to show the parts o the sentence. Fatima rank the milkshake Fatima = S rank = V milkshake = O What type o wor is 'the'? eterminer Draw lines etween the pairs o cheerul pulic ake reary Now write a pair o antonyms o your own: - Accept any wors with opposite meanings. a Forgetul Mr Whoop is very conuse aout noun phrases, prepositional phrases an suorinate clauses. Can you help him y saying which is unerline in the sentence? Speeing towars the inish line, the river elieve he might win the race. prepositional phrase The warm, woollen lanket kept Mael noun phrase While the crow were ooing, the reeree showe the player a re car. suorinate clause Rewrite this sentence aing the appropriate punctuation mark. Mum ha mae two cakes: a Victorian sponge an a lemon rizzle. c Rewrite the sentences an a in the relative pronouns an punctuation marks that are missing We went to a restaurant serve Italian oo. We went to a restaurant that serve Italian oo. The waiter was calle Gino rought us our oo. The waiter, who was calle Gino, rought us our Foo. Now, write a sentence containing a ierent relative pronoun, e.g. which, whose, whom. Accept a sensile sentence that contains a relative pronoun. Rea these wors: iology iography Tick what you think the preix 'io' chilhoo science lie e

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