6 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- Is the word that expresses the action, and is what does action to the DO
(ex. The dog maimed the cat. maimed is the V-t because it is what the dog is doing, and because it is what is being done to the cat)
- 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.)
- Is the same as a subject noun, but is a pronoun. (He ate Bugs Bunny. He is the subject pronoun.)
- Renames the SN in a sentence, and is always after a LV. (That man is a farmer, farmer is the PrN because it renames what the man is).
- 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.)
5 True/False questions
C (conjunction) → Are the words and, but, or.
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.)
DO (direct object) → Is what receives the action of the V-t(ex. The dog ate the cat. Cat is the DO because it is receiving the action.)
IO (indirect object) → 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).
LV (linking verb) → 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.)