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Parts of Speech (RL)

Parts of Speech--subjects, verbs, prepositions (RL)

QuestionAnswer
Identify the subject of the sentence: After a prolonged battle, Wilfred and his neighbor finally agreed to disagree. Wilfred and his neighbor
Identify the subject of the sentence: Some of the pizza in the refrigerator is growing mold. Some
Identify the subject of the sentence: Since the burn was not very severe, Taylor decided not to go to the emergency room. Taylor
Identify the subject of the sentence: Malorie had planned to ask Tom to the party, but Vicky got to him first. Malorie, Vicky
Identify the subject of the sentence: The singer, Evan Davis, sounded a little like Tom Waits. singer
Identify the complete verb of the sentence: The car had been in the shop at the time of the alleged crime. had been
Identify the complete verb of the sentence: Without evidence to support their theory, the crime scene investigators were forced to drop their investigation. were forced
Identify the complete verb of the sentence: The two boys were neighbors and played together nearly every day. were, played
Identify the complete verb of the sentence: Valerie was furious with her brother after the accident. was
Identify the complete verb of the sentence: The coffee, which had been left unattended for hours, was stone cold as it spilled on my bare foot. was
Identify the prepositional phrase of the sentence: The couple spent a relaxing weekend in the mountains. in the mountains
Identify the prepositional phrase of the sentence: When Gerald called his fiancée, he was surprised when she didn’t answer the phone in her office. in her office
Identify the prepositional phrase of the sentence: On the other side of the room, several people gathered to discuss politics. on the other side, of the room
Identify the prepositional phrase of the sentence: Terry didn’t want to turn in his paper for a bunch of reasons. for a bunch, of reasons
Identify the prepositional phrase of the sentence: “Look deep into my eyes,” the vampire intoned. into my eyes
Created by: HGTC Eng 032 on 2012-11-07



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