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Name_____________________________ Practice 1G: nouns, action verbs, adjectives, adverbs, direct objects, indirect objects, conjunctions, compounds, prepositional phrases. Underline the prepositional phrases; diagram all other elements; then add these phrases to your diagram. 1. Jackson gave Sarah the wishbone from their dinner and did not worry about a fancy dessert. 2. The two wounded soldiers brought Keelyn and Mac good news about Dylan, but at first they did not believe them. 3. In Scene four, Alex strolls in with a news camera around his neck and Connor
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Unformatted text preview: follows with a notebook. 4. In the early spring, Vermont farmers boil down 40 gallons of sap for each gallon of maple syrup. 5. Glossy beaver pelts from Wisconsin gave European gentlemen elegant top hats. 6. On May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens suddenly erupted and covered 230 square miles of Washington forest with gray ash. 7. Either the clever students will use alliteration and metaphor in their poems, or Mrs. Bean, amazed and discouraged, will give them a very difficult test....
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