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  1. EnglishUnit 3Test Review

  2. Action Verbs

  3. Action Verbs:An action verb shows what the subject of the sentence does or did.

  4. Action Verbs: Name the action verbs in the following sentences:

  5. Bob has a spider that eats people, so he locks him up in a cage.

  6. Bob has a spider that eats people, so he locks him up in a cage.

  7. The sailors’ hats flew in the strong wind when the hurricane struck.

  8. The sailors’ hats flew in the strong wind when the hurricane struck.

  9. The basset hound ate the hot dog then devoured the bun.

  10. The basset hound ate the hot dog then devoured the bun.

  11. Remember:An action verb shows what the subject of the sentence does or did.

  12. Direct Objects

  13. Some sentences express a complete thought with only a subject and an action verb.Ex.: The ship sails.

  14. In other sentences, a direct object is used with the action verb.Ex.: Ann bought a piano.

  15. A direct object is a word in the predicate that receives the action of the verb.Ex.: He played baseball.

  16. A direct object answers the question What? or Whom? after the verb.

  17. The captain steers the big ship.Steers what?ship

  18. The captain calls the crew.Calls whom?crew

  19. When naming the direct object, don’t name any other words like adjectives (big) or articles (the, a).

  20. The warrior battled the enormous, menacing monster.

  21. The warrior battled the enormous, menacing monster.

  22. Direct Objects: Name the action verb and the direct object in the following sentences:

  23. The company held a meeting.

  24. The company held a meeting.

  25. Sarah was really sad, so she hugged her favorite toy.

  26. Sarah was really sad, so she hugged her favorite toy.

  27. Jamie had a cat that was very mean.

  28. Jamie had a cat that was very mean.

  29. They discussed the stadium at the meeting.

  30. They discussed the stadium at the meeting.

  31. Slowpoke beat Crazyfast in a race!

  32. Slowpoke beatCrazyfast in a race!

  33. After the race, Crazyfast stomped the ground in anger.

  34. After the race, Crazyfaststomped the ground in anger.

  35. Slowpoke celebrated the victory by eating some flowers.

  36. Slowpoke celebrated the victory by eating some flowers.

  37. Crazyfast lamented the terrible loss for three weeks.

  38. Crazyfastlamented the terrible loss for three weeks.

  39. Remember:A direct objectis a word in the predicate that receives the action of the verb.Ex.: He played baseball.

  40. Helping Verbs

  41. A helping verb works with the main verb to make the sentence sound correct.

  42. The helping verb and the main verb form the verb phrase.

  43. HELPING VERB (is) + MAIN VERB (winning) = VERB PHRASE(is winning)

  44. Common helping verbs: am, is, are, was, were, will, shall, have, has, had, can, should, would, could

  45. Helping Verbs:Name the helping verb and the main verb in the following sentences.

  46. The Chargers have practiced for months.

  47. The Chargers havepracticed for months.

  48. The cheerleaders are creating new cheers.

  49. The cheerleaders arecreatingnew cheers.

  50. The football schedule was planned last summer.