6 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Is a noun in a sentence and is before the DO, and recieves what the DO named. (Dad built Mom a house, Mom is the IO in this case because it is" for whom" (in other cases it is to whom).
- Describes what the SN is in the sentence, and is always after a LV. (The woman is silly. Silly is the PrA in this sentence because it describes what the noun is after the LV.)
- Is a state of being such as am, is, are, was, grows, etc. Always has a PrN or PrA after it.
- Are parts of a verb phrase, and can be anywhere before the main verb(Have the dogs chased a cat? Have is the HV because it helps the main verb. He has had a teddy bear. Has is the helping verb, but had is not in this case.)
- Describes a noun or pronoun (The big red dog barked. Big and red are both adj. The surprisingly big dog. Only big is an adj now. surprisingly is an adv.)
5 True/False Questions
SP (subject pronoun) → Is what is doing the action of the verb
(ex. The dog ran. Dog is the subject noun because it is doing the running)
P OP (preposition, object of the preposition) → Is the prepositional phrase
ex. (to the dog, and to is the preposition and dog is the object of the preposition. An OP must always be a noun.)
OCA (object compliment adjective) → Describes the direct object (ex: They called him stupid. Stupid is the oca because it describes what him (the do) is being called)
Adv (adverb) → Describes an adjective, verb, or another adverb. ly indicates an adverb. Not is an adverb.
(ex. The humungously huge dog. humungously is an adv because it describes huge, which is an adj.)
OCN (object compliment noun) → Describes the direct object (ex: They called him stupid. Stupid is the oca because it describes what him (the do) is being called)