Practice 1D - Name_ Practice 1D: subjects, adjectives,...

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Name________________________ Practice 1D: subjects, adjectives, active verbs, direct objects, adverbs, coordinating conjunctions, compound sentences. Cross out prepositional phrases. 1. Shelby and her friend walked boldly into the room. 2. The girls described the delicious pizza in the cafeteria, but Sam and Keegan left immediately for the main office. 3. The pilot landed safely in the Hudson River but then worried about the rescue of all the passengers.
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4. Either Leah or Ian will win the prize for neatness. 5. In her inaugural poem, Elizabeth Alexander used neither rhyme nor hyperbole. Look at the sentences #1-5, which you have diagrammed above, and answer these questions to check your understanding: a. Which sentences have compound subjects? ______________ b. Which sentence is a compound sentence? _______________ c. Which sentence has a compound verb? _____________ d. List the adverbs from the above sentences: ______________________ _______________________ ______________________ _______________________ e. Which sentences have direct objects? ________________
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6. In the fall the music teacher offered tryouts for the musical, and both Chelsie
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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 1D - Name_ Practice 1D: subjects, adjectives,...

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