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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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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