Subjects in Unusual Order

Subjects in Unusual Order

Author: Alana Filosa

Given notes and examples, I will create four sentences that demonstrate my knowledge of subjects in unusual order in inverted, imperative, interrogative, and "here"/"there" sentences by identifying the subjects with accuracy.

Students will gain the skills needed to identify subjects when in an unusual order. There are four different types of sentences in which the subject is not before the predicate. After this tutorial, students will know the four types of sentences and how to find their subjects and write their own sentences with the subjects in unusual order.

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Subjects in Unusual Order