Lesson 174 – Parts of the Sentence – Review

Instructions: Using all the knowledge learned in the previous lessons, find the verb, subjects, predicate nominatives, direct objects, appositives, nouns of address,adjectives, and adverbs in the following sentences.
1. The small children stumbled clumsily and tumbled down.
2. Shortly the weather could be bitterly cold again.
3. Wait here patiently and remain perfectly silent.
4. The chipmunk darted in quickly and instantly grabbed the fallen acorn.
5. The new friend was the tall, handsome boy.
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. stumbled/tumbled = verbs; children = subject; the/small = adjectives modifying children; clumsily = adverb modifying stumbled; down = adverb modifying tumbled
2. could be = verb; weather = subject; cold = predicate adjective; shortly/again = adverbs modifying verb; bitterly = adverb modifying cold; the = adjective modifying subject
3. wait/remain = verbs; you (understood) = subject; silent = predicate adjective to verb remain; here/patiently = adverbs modifying wait; perfectly = adverb modifying silent
4. darted/grabbed = verbs; chipmunk = subject; acorn = direct object to verb grabbed; the = adjective modifying chipmunk; the/fallen = adjectives modifying acorn; in/quickly = adverbs modifying darted; instantly = adverb modifying grabbed
5. was = verb; friend = subject; boy = predicate nominative; the/new = adjective modifying friend; the/tall/handsome = adjectives modifying boy

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