Nouns
Verbs
Prepositions
Adjectives
Wild
100
My dad loves to read.
What is dad
100
Monica threw the ball across the field.
What is threw
100

He sat on the chair

What is on

100
The strong athlete help his team win the game.
What is strong
100
What is the adverb in the sentence? After running 3 miles, I could barely move.
What is barely
200

The pool was crowded

What is pool

200

Friends sometimes argue.

What is argue

200

The man walked through the doorway.

What is through.

200
The sun feels very warm today.
What is warm
200
What is the conjunction in the sentence? Larry was absent from school, but he had a good reason.
What is but
300

Her honesty allowed her to stay out of trouble.

What is honesty, and trouble

300

He was happy when it was sunny all afternoon.

What is was (happy), was (sunny) 

300

People anywhere can communicate with each other through the internet.

What is with, and through

300

The pilot was eager to fly in the beautiful skies. 

What is eager, beautiful

300
What are the nouns in the sentence? The river is one of the longest in the country.
What is river and country
400

Daniel and I liked to go to the park on Saturday.

What is Daniel, park, and Saturday

400

Andrew walked slowly down to the train station, where he liked to watch the trains rush by. 

What is walked, watch, rush

400
I looked under my bed, behind my dresser, and above my bookshelf for my missing necklace.
What is under, behind, and above
400

When the young man grew up, he became a fast and skilled racecar driver. 

What is young, fast, skilled

400

Identify the conjunctions in the sentence.

"Sam and Isaac could go to the mountains or the beach, but not both." 

What is and, or, but


500

The river carried the boat swiftly into the lake. 

What is river, boat, lake

500

The evil king demanded that his subjects give him all the money they had earned.

What is demanded, give, earned. 

500

It was difficult to walk up and down the hill, especially against the wind.

What is up, down, against

500

Thomas was excited as he listened to the fast swing music. 

What is was excited, fast, swing

500

Identify the adverbs in the following sentence. 

Paul spoke sharply and loudly, but Sam spoke softly. 

sharply, loudly, softly

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