Project #39500 - grammar

please read the document.. and if you able to dI. Directions: Identify the form classes of the underlined words in the following sentences as noun, verb, adjective, or adverb. Indicate the characteristics of form that you used to make your identification. Example: A ten-ton elephant weights less than a whale. weights: verb—present tense, -s form; other forms would be weighted, weighting whale: noun—marked by determiner “a”; plural form would be whales 1. Most whales come to the surface more often. 2. A small blue whale eats as many as twenty-four seals every day. 3. The playful mammals sometimes leap from the water just for fun. 4. Their tails align horizontally with their bodies. II. Directions: Underline all the nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in the following sentences. Identify the class of each by writing one of these labels below the word: N (noun), V (verb), ADJ (Adjective), or ADV (adverb). 1. The new contestant appeared nervous. 2. The famous host played shamelessly to the audience. 3. Many members of the crowd dutifully applauded his inane remarks. 4. The director often interrupted the program with insincere encouragement. III. Directions: Identify each noun phrase in the following sentences by underlining the determiner and double-underlining the headword. Example: [The bookstore ] will hold[ its annual textbook sale ]soon. 1. My relatives have many odd habits. 2. Aunt Flo has an extensive collection of old umbrellas. 3. Aunt Flo’s umbrella collection decorates her front porch. 4. Her oldest son keeps a pet mongoose in the garage. 5. Uncle Silas’s son plays the kazoo in a marching band. 6. Many members of the family never attend the annual family reunion. IV. Directions: 1) Underline the prepositional phrases in the following sentences and 2) identify them as adjectival (adj) or adverbial (adv. [ Review pages 24-25 before you answer the question.] Example: Many industries from the United States have built manufacturing plants in Mexico in recent years . adjectival adverbial adverbial "from the United States" is adjectival because it modifies the noun "industries"; "in Mexico" and " in recent years" are adverbials because both modify the verb "have built" answering the question: where and when. 1. Byron Scott became the new coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2010. 2. On a cold November afternoon, the new coach met me at his office. 3. According to Mark Twain life on a riverboat was an opportunity for adventure. 4. The students from my study group take long walks around the campus on sunny days. 5. During the night our dog cornered a skunk behind the garage. o it select me

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