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Sentence Diagramming | Grammar Worksheets

As strengthening the smallest block ultimately leads to strengthening the entire structure, so does diagramming sentence skills lead to a strong understanding of linguistics and precision in written language. Our collection of sentence diagramming worksheets encompasses a variety of sentence structures with verbs, adverbs, prepositional phrases and more to provide the skills of recognizing and representing the literary order to discover logical relations.

Simple Subject and Predicate

Simple Subject and Predicate

Have students learn, how the basic diagramming conventions are used in sentences with simple structure and broken down by their functional parts; subjects and predicates.

Adjectives

Adjectives

Let children work the skill of diagramming their sentence using adjectives, words that describe a noun or a noun phrase, to be able to eliminate weaknesses in the sentence structure.

Verbs

Verbs

Practicing visual diagrams focusing specifically on linking and helping verbs, will enable students to get a deeper understanding of how verbs function and relate to other parts of a sentence.

Adverbs

Adverbs

Help students identify parts of speech easily and understand how things within language fall together, with our sentence diagramming worksheet focusing on simple adverbs.

Adjectives and Adverbs

Adjectives and Adverbs

Make use of this visual sentence exercise to know and identify the various parts in a sentence to enhance comprehension of linguistics in general and of writing in particular.

Compound Subjects

Compound Subjects

Gain awareness of connections between subjects and other parts of sentences at its most fundamental level, as a direct approach of articulating with precision and unambiguously, with this worksheet.

Compound Predicate

Compound Predicate

Sentence diagramming will enable learners to follow the actual word order to focus more intently on how compound predicates function in sentences and relate to the other parts of the sentence.

Compound Subjects and Predicates

Compound Subjects and Predicates

Encourage children to practice diagramming these sentences with both compound subjects and predicates to gain a better insight into linguistics and grammar with pictorial representation.

Reflexive Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

This model clearly represents the manner by which reflexive pronouns are placed and connected to the remaining words, and the nature of such grammatical sentence structure in written language.

Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional Phrases

Diagramming this combination of a preposition and a nominal, or the object of the preposition, will help students recognize both the literary and the logical order that is used in such structures.

Predicate Nouns

Predicate Nouns

Also known as a predicate nominative, it renames the subject or complements the verb. Representing structures containing predicate nouns, pictorially, will facilitate its interpretation significantly.

Direct Objects

Direct Objects

Learning to visually represent those crucial words in a sentence for which the action of the verb is performed, is certainly essential in understanding this sentence pattern using direct objects.

Direct and Indirect Objects

Direct and Indirect Objects

Objects constitute an integral part of most sentences in English. Hence, this sentence diagramming worksheet will elicit how literary order can be varied indefinitely using a single logical relation.

Interrogatives

Interrogatives

Diagramming Interrogative sentences will make the students focus on examining the sentence and deal with structural difficulties, thereby helping them come up with solutions aiming at grammatical precision.