Sentences. Chapter 2. You read a lot. I read two books. Sometimes for information Other times when I’m too tired.
Mrs. Goddard, and the teachers, and the girls and the affairs of the school in general, formed naturally a great part of the conversation. . . . But the Martins occupied her thoughts a good deal; she had spent two very happy months with them, and now loved to talk of the pleasures of her visit, and describe the many comforts and wonders of the place.Subjects and Verbs
IO- Indirect Object (answers the questions to whom, for whom, to what, or for whom after an action verb, comes before a DO)
PA- Predicate Adjective (adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject)
OC- objective complement, noun or adjective that renames or describes the DO