6 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- Is the same as a subject noun, but is a pronoun. (He ate Bugs Bunny. He is the subject pronoun.)
- 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.)
- 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.)
- renames the the direct object (ex: They elected him president. President is the ocn because it renames the direct object, which is him.)
- 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).
5 True/False questions
LV (linking verb) → Is a state of being such as am, is, are, was, grows, etc. Always has a PrN or PrA after it.
PrN (Predicate noun) → 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).
C (conjunction) → Are the words and, but, or.
A (article adjective) → Article adjextive, which is a, an and the.
PA (Predicate adjective) → 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.)