Nouns
Verbs/Predicates
Adjectives
Adverbs
Prepositions
100

The subject noun in the following sentence: After school, Mr. Olsen rode home in the pouring rain.

What is Mr. Olsen?

100

The predicate verb in the following sentence: After school, Mr. Olsen rode home in the pouring rain.

What is rode?

100

The adjective(s) in the following sentence: He was a hairy bear.

What is hairy?

100

The adverb(s) in the following sentence: Ms. Strumfeld quickly called 911.

What is quickly?

100

The preposition in the following sentence: After school, Mr. Olsen rode home in the pouring rain.

What is after? 

200

The subject noun in the following sentence: Ms. Collins frantically flew across the room to catch Bob.

What is Ms. Collins?

200

The predicate verb in the following sentence: Steve the dog bit Mr. Sheufelt during his ride home.

What is bit? 

200

The adjective(s) in the following sentence: He was a scary bear.

What is scary?

200

The adverb(s) in the following sentence: As Ms. Strumfeld quickly called 911, Ms. Levernier frantically performed CPR. 

What are quickly and frantically?

200

The preposition in the following sentence: Ms. Collins frantically flew across the room to catch Bob.

What is across? 

300

The subject noun in the following sentence: Steve the dog bit Mr. Sheufelt during his ride home.

What is Steve? 

300

The predicate verb in the following sentence: Down the road, over the river, and through the woods to Grandmother's house we go.

What is go? 

300

The adjectives(s) in the following sentence: In the deep, dark cave lived the hairy, scary bear. 

What are deep, dark, hairy, scary? 

300

The adverb(s) in the following sentence: Mr. Olsen and Mr. Sheufelt swiftly, yet calmly, ran to the scene.

What are swiftly and calmly? 

300

The prepositional phrase in the following sentence: Steve the dog bit Mr. Sheufelt during his ride home.

What is during his ride home? 

400

List all the nouns in the following sentence: Mr. Sheufelt considered liberty and justice to be important ideas. 

What are Mr. Sheufelt, liberty, justice, and ideas?

400

The predicate verb(s) in the following sentence: Running, biking, swimming, climbing, skydiving, Ms. Levernier loved them all.

What is loved? 

400

The adjective(s) in the following sentence: Though thoughtful, kind Mr. Smith was well-liked,  he was a deeply flawed human. 

What are thoughtful, kind and flawed?

400

The adverb(s) in the following sentence: Although Mr. Lloyd drove fast, he drove defensively.

What are fast and defensively?

400

The prepositional phrases in the following sentence: After school, the sixth-grade teachers will sell ice cream in the commons. 

What are after school and in the commons? 

500

List all the nouns in the following sentence: Mr. Olsen had two fish, Frank and Morris, but Frank died recently. 

What are Mr. Olsen, fish, Frank, and Morris?

500

The predicate verb(s) in the following sentence: Ms. Lavernier loves running, Mr. Sheufelt likes kayaking, and Mr. Olsen adores biking. 

What are loves, likes, adores?

500

The adjectives(s) in the following sentence: She wore the brilliantly red dress to the dull, boring, unending school dance.

What are red, dull, boring, unending, and school?

500

The adverb(s) in the following sentence: Ms. Strumfeld very calmly demonstrated yoga, while Ms. Levernier quite frantically ran laps. 

What is very, calmly, quite, and frantically?

500

The prepositions in the following sentence: Down the road, over the river, and through the woods to Grandmother's house we go.

What are down, over, through, and to?

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