Kaitlyn L.

asked • 05/27/19

How to diagram a sentence?

"The thought of slavery made men like William Wilberforce sad."


and


"As a member of parliament, Mr. Willberforce made the ending of slavery his goal."


Please HELP. Thank you.

Cherelle D.

Continuing from my first message: ....Prepositions tell you how nouns in a sentence relate to one another. There are many prepositions. • Above, on, in, between, through, to, and "men like William" - the like in this phrase and of Lastly, the articles modify nouns differently than adjectives. They help make nouns more specific.[3] • a, an, and the I hope this helps you out as far as breaking down the sentence diagram aspects. This helps with understanding your sentences and how they function. This all helps you to understand the language from a different point of view. As far as visually creating a diagram, I have used this site for worksheets that my students can use to practice breaking down sentences on, https://www.easyteacherworksheets.com/langarts/diagram.html. If you'd like more info or have more questions about this or anything else let me know. I'd love to work with you on this. Best, -Cherelle D.
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05/29/19

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Cherelle D.

Continuing from my first post. ...Prepositions tell you how nouns in a sentence relate to one another. There are many prepositions. • Above, on, in, between, through, to, and "men like William" - the like in this phrase and of Lastly, the articles modify nouns differently than adjectives. They help make nouns more specific.[3] • a, an, and the I hope this helps you out as far as breaking down the sentence diagram aspects. This helps with understanding your sentences and how they function. This all helps you to understand the language from a different point of view. As far as visually creating a diagram, I have used this site for worksheets that my students can use to practice breaking down sentences on, https://www.easyteacherworksheets.com/langarts/diagram.html. If you'd like more info or have more questions about this or anything else let me know. I'd love to work with you on this. Best, -Cherelle D.
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05/29/19

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