Active and passive verb tenses. Parts of a sentence (Review). Subject : a person, place or thing. HINT To identify the subject of a sentence, ask yourself " who or what is doing the action? " Verb : an action word. HINT
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To identify the subject of a sentence, ask yourself "who or what is doing the action?"
To identify the verb in a sentence, ask yourself "what is the action?" or "what is being done here?" In some sentences, though, the verb is a "state of being." The verb "to be" in all its forms is an example of this.
Mrs. Doubtfire gave Tabitha and Samantha quizzes.
[ ] + [ ] + [ ]thing doing the actionverb thing receiving the action
Mrs. Doubtfire gave Tabitha
The quizzes were given
Which sentence beginning is stronger?
Mrs. Doubtfire gave …
Complete the questions on the practice worksheet.