Lesson 175 – Parts of the Sentence – Review

Instructions: Using all the knowledge learned in the previous lessons, find the verb, subjects, predicate nominatives, direct objects, appositives, nouns of address,adjectives, and adverbs in the following sentences.
1. My friend called me once or twice yesterday.
2. Pam left the market slowly and very unhappily.
3. Collette, did you just have your sixth birthday?
4. Happy children never become really unhappy grownups.
5. Have you taken often that trip, an Alaskan cruise?
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. called = verb; friend = subject; me = direct object; my = adjective modifying friend; once/twice/yesterday = adverbs modifying verb
2. left = verb; Pam = subject; market = direct object; the = adjective modifying market;
slowly/unhappily = adverbs modifying verb; very = adverb modifying unhappily
3. did have = verb; you = subject; Collette = noun of address; birthday = direct object; your/sixth = adjectives modifying birthday; just = adverb modifying verb
4. become = verb; children = subject; grownups = predicate nominative; happy = adjective modifying subject; unhappy = adjective modifying grownups; never = adverb modifying verb; really = adverb modifying unhappy
5. have taken = verb; you = subject; trip = direct object; cruise = appositive; that = adjective modifying trip; an/Alaskan = adjectives modifying cruise; often = adverb modifying verb

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