6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- The ___, or verb, is the MAIN word or words in the complete predicate.
- Every ___ has two basic parts: a subject and a predicate.
- A ___ is a group of words that expresses a COMPLETE thought.
- A ___ follows a linking verb and defines or RENAMES the subject.
- A ___ is two or more sentences written as though they were a single sentence.
- In some sentences beginning with here or there, ___ follow verbs. To find the ___ in such sentences, look for the verb and ask the question who or what.
6 True/False questions
subject complement → A ___ is a word or group of words that follow a linking verb AND renames or describes the subject.
direct object → An ___ is a word or group of words that TELLS to WHOM or WHAT (or for whom or what) an action is performed.
question → In a ___ the subject usually comes after the verb or BETWEEN parts of the verb phrase.
verb or verb phrase → A ___ is a word to express an action, a condition, or a state of being.
simple subject → A ___ is made up of two or more SUBJECTS that share the same verb.
compound subject → A ___ is made up of two or more SUBJECTS that share the same verb.