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Thanksgiving Discounts & Diagrams
November 21, 2017

November 21, 2017
Dear,O'Brien Family Florida
We were lucky enough to spend a few days in Florida last week. Here we are enjoying the warmth while waiting in line for a safari ride at Disney's Animal Kingdom. As you can see, both Alice and I were pretty excited to see the animals.

Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for being a part of the Grammar Revolution. I feel so fortunate that I'm able to do this work, and I'm forever grateful to be a part of this supportive community.

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In today's video lesson, we'll do some sentence diagramming together. Here we go!

Happy Learning,

Elizabeth O'Brien

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Sentence Diagrams for Thanksgiving

Here in the United States, we're gearing up for Thanksgiving. But before we stuff ourselves with turkey, mashed potatoes, and pie, let's do a little mental workout and diagram some sentences!

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Diagram the following three sentences. After you've diagrammed them, identify the function of each word, phrase, and clause. You'll find the answers here.

    1. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade began in the 1920s.

    2. Male turkeys gobble, but female turkeys do not.

    3. The American colonists used pumpkin in pie crusts, but they did not use it in the filling.

A Note to Beginners

If you're just beginning to… Click here to read the lesson.

Have a wonderful week!

About Elizabeth

English Grammar Revolution

Elizabeth O'Brien is founder of, a company devoted to helping people learn and love grammar.

Through her website, books, and programs, Elizabeth shows people how to teach and learn grammar the easy way. She's on a mission to inspire and motivate people by making grammar fun and friendly.

If you liked today's issue, you'll love Elizabeth's grammar and sentence diagramming programs, which will help you learn or teach grammar through simple, step-by-step instructions and sentence diagrams.

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