Parts of the Sentence - Review Nouns/Pronouns/Adjectives
Instructions: Using all the knowledge learned in the previous lessons, find the verb, subjects, predicate nominatives, direct objects, appositives, nouns of address, and adjectives in the following sentences.
1. The two little boys wore their new suits.
2. Audrey, your new house has many beautiful features.
3. The howling wind frightened the small children.
4. That idea is brilliant, John.
5. George Washington, our first President, was also a great general.
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1. wore = verb; boys = subject; suits = direct object; the, two, little, their, new = adjectives
2. has = verb; house = subject; features = direct object; Audrey = noun of address; your, new, many, beautiful = adjectives
3. frightened = verb; wind = subject; children = direct object; the, howling, the, small = adjectives
4. is = verb; idea = subject; John = noun of address; brilliant = predicate adjective; that = adjective
5. was = verb; George Washington = subject; general = predicate nominative; President = appositive; our, first, a, great = adjectives
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