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1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Tie Breaker

2 1 1 Verb?: The judges decision sparked controversy in the small community.

3 2 2 Verb?: The twins vivid red hair draws everyones attention.

4 3 3 Verb?: James Worried about Mondays history test.

5 4 4 Verb?: The cat leaped to the safety of the trees lower branches.

6 5 5 Verb?: The old car puttered along like a windup toy.

7 6 6 Verb?: Emilio smelled the container to determine its contents.

8 7 7 Verb?: The bologna smells spoiled.

9 8 8 Verb?: The ground is parched from lack of rain.

10 9 9 Verb?: The burglar fled with over two thousand dollars in cash.

11 10 Verb?: On the upper right- hand corner of the envelope, Alex carefully pasted the stamp.

12 11 Verbs?: A strong breeze filled the sails of the small boat, pushing it toward the shore.

13 12 Verbs?: Mrs. Binks sat on her porch and waited for the mail to arrive.

14 13 Verbs?: A person has a better chance of being struck by lightning that of winning the lottery.

15 14 Verbs?: Maud wondered why she had bought the black T-shirt with tarantulas on it.

16 15 Verbs?: Grandpa said the baby looked like himbald and toothless.

17 16 Verb and Subject?: Casablanca is Adriennes favorite movie.

18 17 Verb and Subject?: Exhaustion showed in Hanks face.

19 18 Verb and Subject?: Ophelias college diploma hung on the wall of her office.

20 19 Verb and Subject?: Dust clung stubbornly to the computer screen.

21 20 Verb and Subject?: Tracy drove to the post office and mailed her package.

22 21 Prepositional phrases?: The vivid colors of the flowers in the blue bowl on the table brighten the room.

23 22 Prepositional phrases?: Outside the office, on the busy street, swarms of happy vacationers were leaving for weekend trips while John toiled alone.

24 23 Prepositional phrases?: The point of Mr. Smiths remarks to the class was lost on Kendall, who dozed peacefully in the back row.

25 24 Prepositional phrases?: For dessert, Ill have a cup of coffee and a slice of that gooey, rich pecan pie.

26 25 Prepositional phrases?: The smell of freshly brewed coffee and frying bacon wafted through the open door of the small restaurant on the corner of Poplar and Main.

27 26 Verb?: Kim studied her sociology notes carefully before the test.

28 27 Verb?: The advertisement seems appealing.

29 28 Verb?: Bernard felt sleepy all afternoon.

30 29 Verb?: The baker felt the silky texture of the flour between her fingers.

31 30 Verb?: Alanna pounded loudly on the door.

32 1 1 sparked

33 2 2 draws

34 3 3 worried

35 4 4 leaped

36 5 5 puttered

37 6 6 smelled

38 7 7 smells

39 8 8 is

40 9 9 fled

41 10 pasted

42 11 filled

43 12 sat, waited

44 13 has

45 14 wondered, had bought

46 15 said

47 16 is and Casablanca

48 17 showed and Exhaustion

49 18 hung and diploma

50 19 clung and Dust

51 20 drove, mailed and Tracy

52 21 of the flowers, in the blue bowl, on the table

53 22 Outside the office, on the busy street, of happy vacationers, for weekend trips

54 23 of Mr. Smiths remarks, to the class, on Kendall, in the back row

55 24 For dessert, of coffee, of that gooey, rich pecan pie

56 25 of freshly brewed coffee and frying bacon, through the open door, of the small restaurant, on the corner, of Poplar and Main

57 26 studied

58 27 seems

59 28 felt

60 29 felt

61 30 pounded

62 Tie Breaker Verb and Subject?: The vivid colors of the flowers in the blue bowl on the table brighten the room.

63 Tie Breaker brighten and colors


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