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Is the prepositional phrase used as an adjective or an adverb: She walked around the lake.
What is the conjunction in this sentence: I like pie and pizza.
What is the action verb in this sentence: I bolted to Gamestop.
What is the adverb in this sentence: My friend finished the marathon quickly.
What is the preposition in this sentence: He walked around the lake.
What is the object of preposition: He walked around the lake.
What is the prepositional phrase in this sentence: He ran as quickly as he could around the lake.
What is the adjective in this sentence: Jimmy exploded the old car.
Is the prepositional phrase used as an adjective or an adverb: The ceiling in this room is moldy.
What is the pronoun in this sentence: Why is he so weird?
Pick the correct pronoun: I can't believe how unwilling (he,him) is to work.
Find the transitive verb: Dylan joined the basketball club.
In this sentence, is the word walked a transitive verb or an intransitive verb: She walked quickly.
Find the direct object in this sentence: Dylan walked his carrot to the garden.
What is the pronoun in this sentence: How is he so awesome?
Is this sentence in active or passive voice: His playing won Dexter fame.
Find the gerund in the sentence: He was obviously faking this whole thing.
Find the participle in the sentence: The excited parents cheered the team on.
Find the infinitive in the sentence: Venkatesh refused to quit.
Is this sentence in active or passive voice: Dylan applied for a job in Olive Garden.
Find the correct type of verbal for this sentence: By constantly practicing, it is easier to excel.
Find the correct type of verbal for this sentence: Venkatesh enjoyed playing basketball.
Find the correct type of verbal for this sentence: The rushed mother packed her son a bad lunch.
Identify the verb phrase: Dylan will return from Cuba.
Find the tense of each verb in this sentence: Venkatesh will come home.
Find the tense of each verb in this sentence: Testing will start soon.
Find the tense of each verb in this sentence: I worked hard last night.
Find the tense of each verb in this sentence: Venkatesh studies with me.
Find the linking verb in this sentence: Dylan appears to be nervous.
Find the linking verb in this sentence: This house looks ugly.
Identify if the noun is common or proper: France.
Identify if the noun is common or proper: Eiffel Tower.
Identify if the noun is common or proper: potato.
Identify if the noun is common or proper: Venkatesh.
Change the noun from singular to plural: carrot.
Change the noun from singular to plural: ox.
Change the noun from singular to plural: moose.
Change the noun to possessive: brother.
Change the noun to possessive: heroes.
Change the noun to possessive: fish.
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