Practice Test 1

Practice Test 1 - English Grammar via Latin and Greek...

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via Latin and Greek Practice Test 1 Please answer the questions about each of the sentences. Please write your answers below each question. The awful truths agitating his mind were huge and arose from the electrical storm in the curtains. 1. What word in this sentence is a participle? 2. As what part of speech does the prepositional phrase “from the electrical storm” operate? 3. What single word does the prepositional phrase “in the curtains” modify? 4. What is the direct object of the participle? 5. What single word above is a subjective complement adjective? Their toad, promised to that executioner, is proposing a toast to his own uncle. 6. What single word is the direct object of the verb “is proposing?” 7. What noun is modified by the participial phrase? 8. What noun is modified by the prepositional phrase, “to is own uncle?” 9. What adjective modifies “executioner?” 10. What single word is the grammatical subject of this sentence? By refusing his advances, she cleared the way for others. 11. What part of speech is “refusing?” 12. What single word is the direct object of the verb? 1
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2008 for the course CLAS 120 taught by Professor Burgess during the Spring '08 term at Whitman.

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