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  1. Grammar Review Subjects, Predicates, and Parts of Speech

  2. What is the proper noun in the sentence? Mrs. Smondrowski will soon have three children.

  3. What is the simple subject in the sentence? Mrs. Smondrowski will soon have three children.

  4. What is the simple subject in the sentence? The house was filled with happy people and delicious food.

  5. What is the simple predicate in the sentence? Nathan sings Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star every night before bed.

  6. What is the simple predicate in the sentence? Maxwell cleans the floors with a broom.

  7. What is the compound predicate in the sentence? Nathan sings songs and asks for water before bed.

  8. What is the compound predicate in the sentence? Maxwell cleans and complains on weekends.

  9. What is the compound subject in the sentence? Maxwell and Nathan like to visit the playground.

  10. What is the compound subject in the sentence? Buckingham Elementary School and Mill Creek Elementary School are located in Central Bucks.

  11. Circle the pronoun. They went to the mall and bought 22 pairs of socks.

  12. Circle the pronouns. She called him and told him to bring it immediately.

  13. Circle the adjective(s). They went to Target and bought 22 pairs of navy socks.

  14. Circle the adjective(s). The red car swerved around the elephant on the rocky road.

  15. Circle the preposition(s). They went to Target and ate at the pizza shop on the way home.

  16. Circle the preposition and underline the prepositional phrase. They went to Target and ate at the pizza shop on the way home.

  17. Circle the preposition and underline the prepositional phrase. They went to Target and ate at the pizza shop on the way home.

  18. Add a prepositional phrase to the fragment to make a complete thought. Haley twirled her hair … Nick went…

  19. Circle the adverbs. Alyse and Syndey giggled helplessly as they left school yesterday.

  20. Circle the adverbs. We played outside after school yesterday.

  21. Circle the adverbs. Alyse and Syndey giggled helplessly as they left school yesterday.

  22. Which sentence has an introductory phrase? 1. My teacher, Mrs. Vollman, is hilarious. 2. Although I studied all night long, I didn’t do well on the quiz. 3. Yesterday, I visited None Such Farm to see the pigs.

  23. Add an introductory phrase to the sentence.Use an AAAWWUBBIS word! Conor tried to bounce his chair.

  24. Which sentence has an appositive? 1. My teacher, Mrs. Vollman, is hilarious. 2. Although I studied all night long, I didn’t do well on the quiz. 3. Yesterday, I visited None Such Farm to see the pigs.

  25. Overview • Subject/predicates • Parts of Speech (nouns, action verbs, adjectives, pronouns, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections) • Using commas (serial, appositives, intro. phrases)