Identify the Adverbs
Identify the Conjunctions
Identify the Prepositions
Identify the Adjective
Misc.
100

Please read silently after completing the test.

What is silently?

100

Monica threw the ball across the field, and Hadley caught it.

What is and?

100

Plants were the first living things on earth.

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 three miles, I could barely move.

What is barely?

200

The crowded mall was a nightmare because of the all the kids screaming loudly for Santa.

What is loudly?

200

Friends sometimes argue when they spend too much time together.

What is when?

200

The policeman walked through the doorway and into the garden.

What is through and into?

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

Because he studied, Peter was able to promptly answer the test questions.

What is promptly?

300

He was angry until it started raining. He was so happy that practice was cancelled.

What is until?

300

People around the world can communicate with each other through the internet.

What is around, with, and through?

300

He became even more eager to take to the skies.

What is eager?

300

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

What is river and country?

400

I can't believe how ridiculously you behave, today. I expect you to be quietly working the rest of class.

What is ridiculously and quietly?

400

The teacher has corrected my poor grammar, but she said that my writing was well done.

What is but?

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 old, gray haired man died, he left money to his grieving family.

What is old, gray haired, and grieving?

400

Identify the part of speech of each word in the sentence. Oh, Carmine and I often told funny stories at summer camp.

What is oh (interjection), Carmine (noun), and (conjunction), I (pronoun), often (adverb), told (verb), funny (adjective), stories (noun), at (preposition), summer (adjective), camp (noun)

500

That boy we saw yesterday was very tall.

What is tall?

500

My father must have thought I could swim; however, no one has ever actually taught me.

What is however?

500

Due to the storm, it was very difficult to walk against the wind.

What is against?

500

Susan became more and more tense as she studied for her parts of speech test.

What is tense and parts of speech?

500

Identify the part of speech of each word in the sentence. Someone usually scolds the cutter and sends him or her to the end of the line.

What is someone (noun), usually (adverb), scolds (verb), the (article), cutter (noun), and (conjunction), sends (verb), him (pronoun), or (conjunction), her (pronoun), to (preposition), the (article), end (noun), of (preposition), the (article), line (noun)

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