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Review Day!. Unit #3 - Phrases. Practice Round. Answer your question on the white board:. What color is your marker? What is your first name? How many fingers do you have? What is your last name? What is the meaning of life?. Round. List the five types of phrases we learned in this unit.

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Review day

Review Day!

Unit #3 - Phrases



Answer your question on the white board
Answer your question on the white board:

What color is your marker?

What is your first name?

How many fingers do you have?

What is your last name?

What is the meaning of life?




List the five types of phrases we learned in this unit1
List the five types of phrases we learned in this unit.

Prepositional Phrase

Infinitive Phrase

Adjective Phrase

Verb Phrase

Adverb Phrase



Fill in the blank
Fill in the blank:

A ________ phrase includes a helping verb.

An infinitive phrase always begins with ______.

A group of words that acts as a single part of speech is called a ______________.

A compound preposition contains _______ or more words that act as one preposition.

A prepositional phrase is a group of words beginning with a _______________ and acts as one part of speech.


Fill in the blank1
Fill in the blank:

A verb phrase includes a helping verb.

An infinitive phrase always begins with to.

A group of words that acts as a single part of speech is called a phrase.

A compound preposition contains twoor more words that act as one preposition.

A prepositional phrase is a group of words beginning with a prepositionand acts as one part of speech.



Fill in the blanks with adjective or adverb
Fill in the blanks with “adjective” or “adverb”:

Adverbs modify an _______, an _______, or a verb.

An _________modifies a noun or a pronoun.

A prepositional phrase that modifies a noun is called a/an ____________phrase.

An ____________phrase begins with a preposition and modifies a verb.

An _________phrase and begins with a preposition and modifies a pronoun.


Fill in the blank with adjective or adverb
Fill in the blank with “adjective” or “adverb”:

Adverbs modify an adjective, an adverb, or a verb.

An adjective modifies a noun or a pronoun.

A prepositional phrase that modifies a noun is called a/an adjectivephrase.

An adverb phrase begins with a preposition and modifies a verb.

An adjectivephrase and begins with a preposition and modifies a pronoun.



Identify the predicate adjective
Identify the predicate adjective.

Elizabeth is hungry after practice.

The painting looks beautifulhanging in the museum.

The blanket feels softagainst my dry skin.

In the restaurant, the music sounds quiet.

The pizza, covered in anchovies, smells delicious.


Identify the predicate adjective1
Identify the predicate adjective:

Elizabeth is hungry after practice.

The painting looks beautifulhanging in the museum.

The blanket feels softagainst my dry skin.

In the restaurant, the music sounds quiet.

The pizza, covered in anchovies, smells delicious.



What object pronoun should replace the incorrect subject pronoun
What objectpronoun should replace the incorrect subject pronoun?

When pirates attacked the ship, no one could defend they.

Her parents had a nickname for she.

Teachers never lie to we.

The neighbors had a party and forgot to invite him and I.

The taxi is waiting for Jack and he.


What object pronoun should replace the incorrect subject pronoun1
What objectpronoun should replace the incorrect subject pronoun?

When pirates attacked the ship, no one could defend them.

Her parents had a nickname for her.

Teachers never lie to us.

The neighbors had a party and forgot to invite him and me.

The taxi is waiting for Jack and him.



Decide if the underlined word is an adverb or a preposition
Decide if the underlined word is an ADVERB or a PREPOSITION:

The poison ivy climbed around the trunk of the tree.

I could barely squeeze through.

Do not put the bread bag near the hot burner on the stove.

Withoutyou and Jessie, I couldn’t have done it.

I can sprint to that tree and beyond.


Decide if the underlined word is an adverb or a preposition1
Decide if the underlined word is an PREPOSITION:ADVERB or a PREPOSITION:

The poison ivy climbed around the trunk of the tree.

I could barely squeeze through.

Do not put the bread bag nearthe hot burner on the stove.

Withoutyou and Jessie, I couldn’t have done it.

I can sprint to that tree andbeyond.


Round6

Round PREPOSITION:


What is the adverb phrase
What is the adverb phrase? PREPOSITION:

Jenny tried to talk underneath the water.

In the morning, the air is cold and fresh.

Mom will pick us up after school.

Jan runs on the track.

Our neighbor drives us on Mondays.


What is the adverb phrase1
What is the adverb phrase? PREPOSITION:

Jenny tried to talk underneath the water.

In the morning, the air is cold and fresh.

Mom will pick us up after school.

Jan runs on the track.

Our neighbor drives us on Mondays.


Round7

Round PREPOSITION:


Find the adjective phrase
Find the adjective phrase: PREPOSITION:

The tall building with the red tower is our new library.

The grammar notes on the board were essential to learning the new material.

A new family in our neighborhood received a warm welcome.

The drive of survival is the most basic instinct.

When they reach the shore along the sea, they can dock.


Find the adjective phrase1
Find the adjective phrase: PREPOSITION:

The tall building with the red tower is our new library.

The grammar notes on the board were essential to learning the new material.

A new family in our neighborhood received a warm welcome.

The drive of survival is the most basic instinct.

When they reach the shore along the sea, they can dock.


Round8

Round PREPOSITION:


I dentify the indirect object io or the object of the preposition po
I PREPOSITION:dentify the indirect object (IO) ORthe object of the preposition (PO).

She gives violin lessons to Jacob.

The teacher gave us an assignment.

I brought Dianea balloon.

There are tissues in the bathroom.

The students asked the teacher many questions.


Read the following sentences and identify the indirect object or the object of the preposition
Read the following sentences and identify the PREPOSITION:indirect object OR the object of the preposition.

She gives violin lessons to Jacob.

The teacher gave usan assignment.

I brought Dianea balloon.

There are tissues in the bathroom.

The students asked theteachermany questions.


Round9

Round PREPOSITION:


Rewrite the sentence and label the s v do pattern
Rewrite the sentence and LABEL the S+V+DO pattern: PREPOSITION:

The baby needs a nap.

Everyone loves candy.

We ate steak.

Snow covered the streets.

The children play tag.


Label the s v do pattern
LABEL the PREPOSITION:S+V+DOpattern:

The baby needsa nap.

Everyonelovescandy.

We atesteak.

Snowcoveredthe streets.

The children playtag.


Round10

Round PREPOSITION:


Find the infinitive phrase
Find the infinitive phrase: PREPOSITION:

To get a medical degree is her goal.

He is eager to give Cory the award today.

We came to cheer on the team to the finals.

To be a member of a choir in today’s schools takes skill.

We have time to walk to the game.


Find the infinitive phrase1
Find the infinitive phrase: PREPOSITION:

To get a medical degree is her goal.

He is eager to giveCory the award today.

We came to cheer on the team to the finals.

To be a member of a choir in today’s schools takes skill.

We have time to walk to the game.


Round11

Round PREPOSITION:


Can the underlined prepositional phrase be moved PREPOSITION:without changing the meaning of the sentence? Write Y or N.

  • A friend of my brother recently met a celebrity.

  • The gift arrived late on Sunday.

  • You cannot access the building without a key.

  • A visit to Italy should include a pasta dinner.

  • The fawn in the forest nibbled on grass.


Can the underlined prepositional phrase be moved PREPOSITION:without changing the meaning of the sentence? Write Y or N.

  • NO! A friend of my brother recently met a celebrity.

  • YES! On Sunday, the gift arrived late.

  • YES! Without a key, you cannot access the building.

  • NO! A visit to Italy should include a pasta dinner.

    5. YES! The fawn nibbled on grass in the forest.

    In the forest, the fawn nibbled on grass.


Final round

FINAL ROUND PREPOSITION:


Number your board 1 8
Number your board 1-8. PREPOSITION:

List the 8 parts of speech


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