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Punctuating a Sentence (Ex # 2)
Based on
Billy’s Slide
by Mary Frances Blaisdell
Lesson: A sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period, question mark, or exclamation point.

Directions: 
     In the following ten items, one is not a sentence. Write “NS” after it (for “not a sentence”). For those that are sentences,

1.) fix the capitalization and punctuation,
2.) underline the verb twice and its subject once, and
3.) label complements "C."

1. soon they came to the long hill

2. is the ice thick on the pond

3. jack frost covered the pond with ice last night

4. the time to sleep

5. ice is very thick

6. the big round sun peeped up from behind the hills

7. i know that

8. was billy  on the sled

9. it was not very deep

10. it came to the pond