- A complete sentence has at least one subject and one predicate.
- A subject and its verb must both be singular or both plural.
- A complete sentence ends with an ending punctuation mark and there are other punctuation marks that may need to be included.
Students are able to:
- Write complete sentences with correct subject-verb agreement and appropriate punctuation and word usage.
Students understand that:
- The proper conventions of a complete sentence must be used to convey their intended meaning.
- Complete sentences
- Subject-verb agreement