Practice 2D - 4 White pines were once Maine’s greatest forest resource and today these trees provide American consumers wood for toothpicks and

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Name____________________________ Practice 2D: Diagram active and linking verbs, direct and indirect objects, predicate nominatives, predicate adjectives, all modifiers. Include prepositional phrases; omit articles. 1. Glacial ice sheets ground down landforms in Illinois and left behind a thick blanket of dark, rich soil. 2. Kentucky streams have carved cliffs, palisades, and natural bridges, and rivers have gnawed winding gaps through the mountains. 3. New Orleans is Louisiana’s chief port and the metropolitan area is home to one-third of the state’s population.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. White pines were once Maine’s greatest forest resource, and today these trees provide American consumers wood for toothpicks and skis. 5. The Chesapeake Bay nearly slices Maryland in two and seems a paradise for birdwatchers and boaters. 6. The two Michigan peninsulas are a barking dog and a giant mitten. 7. A warm climate, abundant seafood, and deepwater ports have attracted settlers and vacationers to Mississippi for 300 years. 8. The Gateway Arch is a gleaming curve of stainless steel and it honors Missouri’s position between East and West....
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course LIT 341 taught by Professor Lisle during the Fall '10 term at Grand Valley State University.

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Practice 2D - 4 White pines were once Maine’s greatest forest resource and today these trees provide American consumers wood for toothpicks and

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