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Ch13-14 (supplement)

Identifying Sentence Parts (RL)

QuestionAnswer
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): On her way to the school, Billie hummed and tune and snapped her fingers to a rhythm that was all her own. S: Billie; V: hummed, snapped; P: on her way, to the school, to a rhythm
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Martha hastily backed the car out of the garage and destroyed her son’s bicycle in the process. S: Martha; V: backed, destroyed; P: of the garage, in the process
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Behind the curtain, an old man sat with an odd assembly of junk and a large old-fashioned microphone. S: Man; V: sat; P: behind the curtain, with an odd assembly, of junk
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Dr. Juan worked toward a cure for the virus all his life, but he never counted himself as a success because he never solved the problem. S: Dr. Juan; V: worked, counted; P: toward a cure, for the virus
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Failing to make passing grades, Louisa’s son Marcus will have to repeat the third grade at Forestbrook Elementary. S: son; V: will have to repeat; P: at Forestbrook Elementary
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Tomas and Jorge’s went on a cruise to the Bahamas for Christmas vacation last year. S: Tomas, Jorge; V: went; P: on a cruise, to the Bahamas, for Christmas vacation
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): The boy in the gray flannel jacket shed a tear as he turned away from the headstone. S: boy; V: shed; P: in the gray flannel jacket, from the headstone
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Frank taught his daughters to hunt, fish, and survive in the wilderness, but he would not allow them to date until high school. S: Frank; V: taught; P: in the wilderness
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Each of the students hoped to earn an A on the special project. S: Each; V: hoped; P: on the special project
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Without a doubt, the red headed girl was the most beautiful child on the playground. S: girl; V: was; P: without a doubt, on the playground
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Mr. Hughes, my daughter’s first grade teacher, does not allow any horse play in his classroom. S: Mr. Hughes; V: does allow; P: in his classroom
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Sarah pinned all her hope on victory and was disappointed when the team lost at the state championship game. S: Sarah; V: pinned, was; P: on victory, at the state championship level
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): Inevitably, toward the end of the semester, students who congregate in the student lounge start to complain about their professors. S: students; V: start; P: toward the end, of the semester, in the student lounge, about their professors
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): The tiny boat was stranded on the invisible sandbar without any hope of escape for several hours until the coast guard arrived. S: boat; V: was; on the invisible sandbar, without any hope, of escape, for several hours
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): The controversial church fundraiser consisted of reprinting the parables of Jesus in a hard bound book to sale for a profit. S: fundraiser; V: consisted; P: of Jesus, in a hardbound book, for a profit
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): In order to make clear the point of her story, Mindy had to recount the events of the past several weeks leading up to one culminating incident. S: Mindy; V: had to recount; in order, of her story, of the past several weeks, to one culminating incident
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): The starving dog ate as if he had not had a proper meal in many days. S: dog; V: ate; P: in many days
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): The girls were members of an elite gymnastics team and could not associate with boys from the area. S: girls; V: were, could associate; P: of an elite gymnastics team, with boys, from the area
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): As the mother rocked her small son to sleep, she sang a soft lullaby to comfort him. S: she; V: sang; P: as the mother
Identify subject(s), complete verb(s), and prepositional phrase(s): It was obvious that the pressures of maintaining an active social life, job, and full load of classes began to get to Andrea as her grades began to plummet. S: It, V: was; P: of classes, to Andrea
Created by: HGTC Eng 100 on 2011-05-25



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