English Proyect.

English Proyect.

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  • Am the king Adjective
  • Am the king Noun!
  • Am the king Adverb!
  • Am the king Pronoun
  • Am the king Verb!
  • Words wanted!
  • High reward!
  • Message Birds
  • Bridges
  • Boats
  • Once opon a time, there was 5 kings. The first one was the "Noun". The second one was the "Pronoun". The third one was the "Adjective". The forth one was the "Verb". And the fifth one was the "Advert". Each kingdom had their own way to make sentences.
  • I got your message! One complete sentence going on the way!
  • Thanks man!
  • All the kingdoms started to run out of words. (What we call nowdays as prime resources and food) Each kingdom had what the other kingdoms needed most. So they started to look for a way to communicate and commerce with other kingdoms.
  • The happy kid played aggressively by the basketball court.
  • Article
  • Adjective
  • Predicate Nominative
  • Adjective
  • Noun
  • Verb
  • Adverb
  • Predicate Adjectives
  • Preposition
  • Noun
  • Article
  • They came with the solution of using Prepositions, Conjuctions, Interjections. (What we call nowdays as bridges, boats and message birds) With this solution, they notice that the sentences each kingdom made were actually sentence fragments!
  • Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Verbs, and Adverbs
  • Types of Sentences
  • Prepositions, Conjuctions, Interjections, Predicate Nominative and Predicate Adjective
  • They were finally connected and united as one big city! They also noticed that they could make complete sentences now! Thanks to this discovery, they founded the new city with the name of "Sentence".
  • They discovered a lot of new things, such as Subject and Predicate, which is the division of the sentence in 2 main parts. In the Subject, the noun is mentioned and described with complements and in the Predicate, the verb is mentioned and described also with complements. They also find out about other things, such as predicate nominative, predicate adjective, articles and other stuff.
  • Articles
  • After a some time passed since the city was originally formed, they learned different "Types of Sentences" and  how to make them. THE END
  • Articles, Direct Object and Indirect Object etc....
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