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Find the adjective in the sentence: He likes chocolate cookies.
Find the adjectives: This is my favorite book.
Which word is the adverb? We returned early
Find the adverb: I looked everywhere for my pen.
Is this sentence in active or passive voice? The manager was impressed by Marty.
Is this sentence in active or passive voice? Tris jumped off the building.
Is the verb in the sentence transitive or intransitive? They worked out together.
Is the verb in the sentence transitive or intransitive? Ryan swam a mile to win the triatholon.
Pick the linking verb in the sentence: Even the shadows seemed strange.
Pick the linking verb in the following sentence: After the movie, Karl became terrified.
Identify the action verb in the sentence: It snowed almost everyday in February.
Identify the action verb: Katniss sprinted through the woods to get away from the poison fog.
Identify the tense of the verb (present, past, future) in the sentence: Final exams will start soon.
Identify the tense of the verb (present, past, future) in the sentence: Rick cheated in the race, making him disqualified.
Identify if the verb is present perfect or past perfect tense: She had told us a great deal about Memphis.
True or False. This sentence has a present perfect tense.
Find the nouns in the following sentence: Kuang likes his new car.
True or False. Blue is a noun
Name the proper nouns in the following sentence: Carl lived in a neighborhood near Hollywood.
True or False. Polar bear is a common noun.
(T or F) Determine whether or not the subject in the following sentence is plural: Sage remained hidden for the fear of an assassination.
(T or F) Pianos is singular.
Name the appositive in the sentence: The best actor ever, Jim Carrey, might be in the movie.
Spot out the appositive in the sentence: The werewolf, Jacob, might come with us.
What is the possessive form of heroes?
What is the possessive form of book?
Find the antecedent of the pronoun in the sentence: Jerome lost his ring while canoeing.
Find the antecedent of the pronoun in the sentence: Austin wore his new hiking shoes for the trip.
(T or F) 'We will carry his or her own bundles.' is a correct sentence.
(T or F) 'Rosa and I are going swimming at the lake.' is a correct sentence.
Distinguish the prepositional phrase in the sentence: Do not stand behind a parked car.
Determine the object of the prepositional phrase: Edward jumped over the stream to reach Bella.
Pinpoint the preposition: Doug stood beside her protectively.
Name the preposition: Percy crouched under the weight of the sky.
Find the conjunction: Do you know when the party begins?
Find the conjunction: Whether or not we go depends on the weather.
Classify the prepositional phrase as either an adjective or an adverb: They left for the beach yesterday.
Classify the prepositional phrase as either an adjective or an adverb: The sides of the solar system are many miles wide.
(T or F) 'Yum!' is an interjection.
Find the interjection: Ow! He screamed after stubbing his toe.
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