Saturday, May 2, 2015

Quiz for Lessons 156 -160 - Parts of the Sentence - Review Nouns/Pronouns/Adjectives

Instructions: Find the verb, subjects, predicate nominatives, direct objects, appositives, nouns of address, and adjectives in the following sentences.

1. Jay, we will need the electrician's help tomorrow.

2. That's right!

3. That attractive woman in the red dress and shoes is she.

4. Two of the most famous bridges are Rainbow Bridge and Natural Bridge.

5. Mars has become the probe graveyard.

6. Ila was wearing her Christmas presents, a pearl necklace and earrings.

7. The game was won in the last second, Boyd!

8. Go and bring in the newspaper, Grandpa.

9. I need a new suit, some shoes, and a fancy tie.

10. Your mother is whipping the cream for the pumpkin pie, your favorite dessert.


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Answers:

1. will need = verb; we = subject; help = direct object; Jay = noun of address; the, electrician's = adjectives

2. is ('s) = verb; that = subject; right = predicate adjective

3. is = verb; woman = subject; she = predicate nominative; that, attractive, the, red = adjectives

4. are = verb; Two = subject; Rainbow Bridge/Natural Bridge = predicate nominatives; the, famous = adjectives

5. has become = verb; Mars = subject; graveyard = predicate nominative; the, probe = adjectives

6. was wearing = verb; Ila = subject; presents = direct object; necklace/earrings = appositives; her, Christmas, a, pearl = adjectives

7. was won = verb; game = subject; Boyd = noun of address; the, the, last = adjectives

8. go/bring = verbs; you (understood) = subject; newspaper = direct object; Grandpa = noun of address; the = adjective

9. need = verb; I = subject; suit/shoes/tie = direct objects; a, new, some, a, fancy = adjectives

10. is whipping = verb; mother = subject; cream = direct object; dessert = appositive; your, the, the, pumpkin, your, favorite = adjectives

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Friday, May 1, 2015

Lesson 160 - Parts of the Sentence - Review Nouns/Pronouns/Adjectives

Instructions: Using all the knowledge learned in the previous lessons, find the verb, subjects, predicate nominatives, direct objects, appositives, nouns of address, and adjectives in the following sentences.

1. The diamond is the hardest known mineral.

2. The best student in your class is my sister Marilyn.

3. Drink this lemonade and get some rest.

4. Paul, does Sarah like her new dress and skirt?

5. We have been collecting aluminum cans for many weeks.


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Answers:

1. is = verb; diamond = subject; mineral = predicate nominative; the, the, hardest, known = adjectives

2. is = verb; student = subject; sister = predicate nominative; Marilyn = appositive; the, best, your, my = adjectives

3. drink/get = verbs; you (understood) = subject; lemonade/rest = direct objects; this, some = adjectives

4. does like = verb; Sarah = subject; dress/skirt = direct objects; Paul = noun of address; her, new = adjectives

5. have been collecting = verb; we = subject; cans = direct object; aluminum, many = adjectives

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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Lesson 159 - Parts of the Sentence - Review Nouns/Pronouns/Adjectives

Instructions: Using all the knowledge learned in the previous lessons, find the verb, subjects, predicate nominatives, direct objects, appositives, nouns of address, and adjectives in the following sentences.

1. My Uncle Bill runs a large and spacious horse ranch.

2. Those small boys, Todd and Mark, have built many funny sand castles.

3. The basketball player appeared restless but ready for the game.

4. Claudia, this frightened child has lost his mother.

5. Your father seems very old and feeble now.


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Answers:

1. runs = verb; Uncle Bill = subject; ranch = direct object; my, a, large, spacious, horse = adjectives

2. have built = verb; boys = subject; castles = direct object; Todd/Mark = appositives; those, small, many, funny, sand = adjectives

3. appeared = verb; player = subject; restless/ready = predicate adjectives; the, basketball, the = adjectives

4. has lost = verb; child = subject; mother = direct object; Claudia = noun of address; this, frightened, his = adjectives

5. seems = verb; father = subject; old/feeble = predicate adjectives; your = adjective

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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Lesson 158 - Parts of the Sentence - Review Nouns/Pronouns/Adjectives

Instructions: Using all the knowledge learned in the previous lessons, find the verb, subjects, predicate nominatives, direct objects, appositives, nouns of address, and adjectives in the following sentences.

1. Will's injured arm has been hurting him again.

2. Jeff is always careless with his homework.

3. The startled and excited people began the long march to the park.

4. The short, fat, ugly horse was the last one in the corral.

5. Few explorers have accomplished their intended goals.


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Answers:

1. has been hurting = verb; arm = subject; him = direct object; Will's, injured = adjectives

2. is = verb; Jeff = subject; careless = predicate adjective; his = adjective

3. began = verb; people = subject; march = direct object; the, startled, excited, the, long, the = adjectives

4. was = verb; horse = subject; one = predicate nominative; the, short, fat, ugly, the, last, the = adjectives

5. have accomplished = verb; explorers = subject; goals = direct object; few, their, intended = adjectives

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Lesson 157 - Parts of the Sentence - Review Nouns/Pronouns/Adjectives

Instructions: Using all the knowledge learned in the previous lessons, find the verb, subjects, predicate nominatives, direct objects, appositives, nouns of address, and adjectives in the following sentences.

1. The dog became noisy.

2. Are many women famous athletes?

3. Both girls have been enjoying their vacation, a trip to Disneyland.

4. These black shoes are my favorite ones.

5. Ann, did you see Chris's new camera?


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Answers:

1. became = verb; dog = subject; noisy = predicate adjective; the = adjective

2. are = verb; women = subject; athletes = predicate nominative; many, famous = adjectives

3. have been enjoying = verb; girls = subject; vacation = direct object; trip = appositive; both, their, a = adjectives

4. are = verb; shoes = subject; ones = predicate nominative; these, black, my, favorite = adjectives

5. did see = verb; you = subject; camera = direct object; Ann = noun of address; Chris's, new = adjectives

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Monday, April 27, 2015

Lesson 156 - Parts of the Sentence - Review Nouns/Pronouns/Adjectives

Instructions: Using all the knowledge learned in the previous lessons, find the verb, subjects, predicate nominatives, direct objects, appositives, nouns of address, and adjectives in the following sentences.

1. The two little boys wore their new suits.

2. Audrey, your new house has many beautiful features.

3. The howling wind frightened the small children.

4. That idea is brilliant, John.

5. George Washington, our first President, was also a great general.


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Answers:

1. wore = verb; boys = subject; suits = direct object; the, two, little, their, new = adjectives

2. has = verb; house = subject; features = direct object; Audrey = noun of address; your, new, many, beautiful = adjectives

3. frightened = verb; wind = subject; children = direct object; the, howling, the, small = adjectives

4. is = verb; idea = subject; John = noun of address; brilliant = predicate adjective; that = adjective

5. was = verb; George Washington = subject; general = predicate nominative; President = appositive; our, first, a, great = adjectives

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