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DAILY GRAMMAR
PRACTICE
(DGP)
MYP Honors English 2B
Sentence 1
DGP - MONDAY
Punctuation and
Capitalization
SENTENCE
go often to the house of
thy friend for weeds choke
the unused path
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1.
2.
Copy this sentence down as it is
written here.
Rewrite the sentence with correct
punctuation and capitalization.
COMPARE
Compare your answers to
your neighbor’s answers to
see if you punctuated and
capitalized the sentence the
same way.
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CORRECT ANSWER
Go often to the house of
thy friend, for weeds
choke the unused path.
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REFLECTION
 Please take a minute to write a
reflection of what you learned
today in your DGP folder.
DGP - TUESDAY
Parts of Speech
SENTENCE
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Go often to the house of thy friend, for
weeds choke the unused path.
Word Bank:
1 Pronoun (pro)
4 Nouns (n)
2 Verbs (av/pres)
2 Articles (art)
2 Prepositions (prep)
1 Adverb (adv)
1 Participle (part)
1 Coordinating Conjunction (cc)
COMPARE
Compare your answers to
your neighbor’s answers to
see if you identified the same
nouns.
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“I labeled ______, ______,
______, and ______ as nouns
because ____________________.”
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 go;
choke = action verb: present tense
(shows action)
 often = adverb (tells How? When? Where?
To what extent?)
 the; the = article (a, an, the)
 house; friend; weeds; path = nouns (person,
place, thing, idea)
 to; of = preposition (shows a relationship
between a noun or pronoun and some
other word in the sentence)
 thy = possessive pronoun (takes the place
of a noun and shows possession)
 for = coordinating conjuction (FANBOYS)
 unused = participle (verb that acts like an
adjective; ends in –ing or –ed, etc.)
CORRECT ANSWER
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Go often to the house of thy friend, for weeds choke the
unused path.
go; choke = action verb: present tense (shows action)
often = adverb (tells How? When? Where? To what
extent?)
the; the = article (a, an, the)
house; friend; weeds; path = nouns (person, place,
thing, idea)
to; of = preposition (shows a relationship between a
noun or pronoun and some other word in the
sentence)
thy = possessive pronoun (takes the place of a noun
and shows possession)
for = coordinating conjuction (FANBOYS)
unused = participle (verb that acts like an adjective;
ends in –ing or –ed, etc.)
REFLECTION
 Please take a minute to write a
reflection of what you learned
today in the appropriate section
of your DGP weekly worksheet.
DGP - WEDNESDAY
Sentence Parts
and Phrases
SENTENCE
Go often to the house of thy
friend, for weeds choke the
unused path.
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Word Bank:
2 subjects (underline and label with S)
2 predicates (double-underline and label
with P)
2 prepositional phrases (in parentheses)
2 objects of the preposition (Obj Prep)
1 direct object (do)
COMPARE
Compare your answers to
your neighbor’s answers to
see if you identified the same
subjects.

“I labeled _____ and _____ as
the subjects because
____________________________.”

CORRECT ANSWER
 (you);
weeds = subject (the “who” or “what” of
the verb)
 go often to the house of thy friend; choke the
unused path = predicate (what the subject is
doing or being; the verb and its modifiers)
 to the house; of thy friend = prepositional
phrase (group of words beginning with a
pronoun and ending with a noun or pronoun)
 house; friend = object of the preposition
(follows preposition and tells “what?” or
“whom?”)
 path = direct object (follows an action verb; to
find it, say, “subject, verb, what?” or “subject,
verb, whom?”)
REFLECTION
 Please take a minute to write a
reflection of what you learned
today in the appropriate section
of your DGP weekly worksheet.
DGP - THURSDAY
Clauses and
Sentence Types
SENTENCE
Go often to the house of thy
friend, for weeds choke the
unused path.
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 Word Bank:
• 2 independent clauses (labeled “IC”)
• sentence type (choose 1)
• simple, compound, complex, compound-complex
• sentence purpose (choose 1)
• interrogative, imperative, declarative, exclamatory
COMPARE
Compare your answers to
your neighbor’s answers to
see if you identified the same
independent clause.

“I labeled ________ and
________as the independent
clauses because
_____________________________.”

CORRECT ANSWER
Go often to the house of thy
friend, for weeds choke the
unused path.
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go often; weeds choke the unused path
= independent clause (contains a
subject and a verb; can stand on its
own)
 Sentence type = compound(two
independent clauses)
 Sentence purpose = imperative (gives a
command and ends in a period)
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REFLECTION
 Please take a minute to write a
reflection of what you learned
today in the appropriate section
of your DGP weekly worksheet.
DGP – FRIDAY
Weekly Quiz!

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