Grammar Review: Sentence Parts

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  1. Name the direct object and object complement:
    I declare the games finished.
    • Direct Object = games
    • Object Complement = finished
  2. Name the direct object and object complement:
    They called their new baby Apple.
    • Direct Object = baby
    • Object Complement = Apple
  3. Name the direct object and object complement:
    Billy Bob took several photos at the parade.
    • Direct object = photos
    • No object complement
  4. Name the direct object and object complement:
    I find it fascinating.
    • Direct object = it
    • Object Complement = fascinating
  5. Name the direct object and object complement:
    Enlil names Utnapishtim an immortal god.
    • Direct Object = Utnapishtim
    • Object Complement = immortal god
  6. What is an object complement?
    It describes or completes the direct object, usually adding a noun or an adjective immediately after the direct object
  7. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: She bought me some cotton candy at the fair.
    me
  8. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Following the game, we gave the other team a cheer.
    team
  9. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: I left Mom a message so she wouldn't worry.
    Mom
  10. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: The company offered my father a promotion.
    father
  11. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Will you bring my brother and me some souvenirs of your trip?
    brother
  12. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: The robin fed its young a big meal.
    young
  13. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Tom loaned Howard some money for lunch.
    Howard
  14. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: I sent him a telegram on Friday.
    him
  15. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Paul, show your aunt ad uncle your blue ribbon.
    aunt; uncle
  16. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Mr. Flower taught us the fundamentals of algebra.
    us
  17. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Yesterday mother bought me a new dress.
    me
  18. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: After two meetings, we finally gave our club a name.
    club
  19. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Senator Lawton gave Mary the award.
    Mary
  20. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Can he really get the boys tickets for the game?
    boys
  21. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: I can show you the stamp album now.
    you
  22. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Our teacher sent the principal an invitation.
    principal
  23. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: I will draw her a map of directions to the restaurant.
    her
  24. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: The President sent Congress an important message.
    Congress
  25. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: Can you led me a dollar?
    me
  26. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT: The entire class wrote our representative a letter.
    representative
  27. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT(S): Our parents brought Rafael and Maria souvenirs from Venice, Italy.
    Rafael; Maria
  28. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT(S): Our teacher gave Jimmy and her a pass to the dean.
    Jimmy; her
  29. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT(S): Did you tell your mother and your father the whole story?
    mother; father
  30. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT(S): Ask the doctor and the nurse that question.
    doctor; nurse
  31. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT(S): Give each flower and plant some fertilizer.
    flower; plant
  32. FIND INDIRECT OBJECT(S): Dana wrote Brian and Matthew a letter.
    Brian; Matthew
  33. FIND DIRECT OBJECT: Every month the moon orbits Earth.
    Earth
  34. FIND DIRECT OBJECT: Sandra made a beautiful necklace out of shells.
    necklace
  35. FIND DIRECT OBJECT: Before breakfast, I usually read the newspaper.
    newspaper
  36. FIND DIRECT OBJECT: During the hike, we washed our clothes in a stream.
    clothes
  37. FIND DIRECT OBJECT: Karen opened a new account at the department store.
    account
  38. FIND DIRECT OBJECT(S): I left my clothes and my lunch in the locker.
    clothes; lunch
  39. FIND DIRECT OBJECT(S): She has written two books and three articles on astronomy.
    books; articles
  40. FIND DIRECT OBJECT(S): We will have toast and cereal for breakfast.
    toast; cereal
  41. FIND DIRECT OBJECT(S): Mrs. Henderson teaches French and Spanish at the junior high school.
    French; spanish
  42. FIND DIRECT OBJECT(S): The pirates placed the gold and jewels in a treasure chest.
    gold; jewels
  43. FIND DIRECT OBJECT(S): I washed the car and the dog this afternoon.
    car; dog
  44. What is a subject complement?
    An adjective or noun that is linked to a subject by a linking verb (become, turn, look, appear, feel, seem, feel, sound, is, are, was)
  45. Find the subject complement: Jane seems a little sad today.
    sad
  46. Find the subject complement: My mother was angry with me.
    angry
  47. Find the subject complement: Ted and Frank are brothers.
    brothers
  48. Find the subject complement: The whole class is sleepy today.
    sleepy
  49. Find the subject complement: Susan is the boss of that company.
    boss
  50. Find the subject complement: Larry is upset about the score.
    upset
  51. Find the subject complement: Lisa is a gifted athlete.
    athlete
  52. Find the subject complement: Brandon becomes embarrassed easily.
    embarrassed
  53. Find the subject complement: Some of us thought the play was boring.
    boring
  54. Find the subject complement: Lester feels tired after running six miles.
    tired
  55. Find the subject complement: That movie seemed very strange to me.
    strange
  56. Find the subject complement: Joseph looked happy and excited after the good news.
    happy and excited
  57. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: The black dog in the yard was a large Doberman.
    "Doberman" - predicate nominative
  58. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: Ann is a new mother.
    "mother" - predicate nominative
  59. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: The tall boy has been our best basketball player.
    "player" - predicate nominative
  60. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: My favorite pets were a squirrel and a rabbit.
    "squirrel" "rabbit" - predicate nominative
  61. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: Mr. Jones is an accountant and a big game hunter. "accountant" "game hunter" - predicate nominative
  62. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: A ruby is a beautiful stone.
    "stone" - predicate nominative
  63. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: The location to the mine was and still is a secret. "secret" - predicate nominative
  64. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: Abbot and Costello were famous actors and a comedy team.
    "actors" "team" - predicate nominative
  65. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: The car has been here for a long time.
    "here" - predicate nominative
  66. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: She was a model and became a movie star.
    "model" "star" - predicate nominative
  67. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: Peter and Paul were faithful in many ways.
    "faithful" - predicate adjective
  68. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: A good name is priceless.
    "priceless" - predicate adjective
  69. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: The rich man is wealthy beyond imagination.
    "wealthy" - predicate adjective
  70. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: His trumpet sounds squeaky.
    "squeaky" - predicate adjective
  71. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: The hamburger tasted greasy.
    "greasy" - predicate adjective
  72. Predicate nominative or adjective and name it: They seemed irritated by our behavior.
    "irritated" - predicate adjective
  73. What is the simple subject:
    Twiggy ate the mouse.
    Twiggy
  74. What is the simple predicate:
    Twiggy ate the mouse.
    ate
  75. What is the simple subject:
    When Twiggy was three, she had a short tail.
    she
  76. What is the simple predicate:
    When Twiggy was three, she had a short tail.
    had
  77. What is the complete subject:
    While Twiggy sat on the porch, a giant fluffy ugly squirrel ran right in front of her face.
    a giant fluffy ugly squirrel
  78. What is the complete predicate:
    While Twiggy sat on the porch, a giant fluffy ugly squirrel ran right in front of her face.
    ran right in front of her face
  79. What is the complete subject:
    The gallant Mr. Hepworth proposed to Ms. Czapski, and now they are Mr. and Mrs. Hepworth.
    The gallant Mr. Hepworth/now they
  80. What is the complete predicate:
    The gallant Mr. Hepworth proposed to Ms. Czapski, and now they are Mr. and Mrs. Hepworth. proposed
    • to Ms. Czapski/
    • are Mr. and Mrs. Hepworth.
  81. What is the simple subject:
    The loud blue jay was afraid of Twiggy the beastly cat.
    jay
  82. What is the complete predicate:
    Twiggy lays on the couch like a princess with her paws folded neatly under her chunky body.
    lays on the couch like a princess with her paws folded neatly under her chunky body.
  83. What is the complete subject:
    Pink lemonade makes me happy.
    Pink lemonade
  84. What is the complete subject:
    Twiggy's front paws were covered in mud when she walked outside.
    Twiggy's front paws
  85. What is the simple predicate:
    Twiggy's front paws were covered in mud when she walked outside.
    were covered

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