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1. Identify the underlined words. To ride a wave is awesome. A.) Infinitive B.) Gerand C.) Verb D.) Adverb
2. Identify the underlined word. Jack’s sister gave her lollipop to Jack’s best friend. A.) Proper Noun B.) Possessive Pronoun C.) Noun D.) Pronoun
3. Identify the underlined words. Running for exercise is fun for Sara and Jaime. D.) Gerund B.) Verb C.) Adverb A.) Participle
4. Identify the underlined words. While eating his sandwich, Mark bit his lip. D.) Gerund B.) Verb C.) Adverb A.) Participle
5. Identify the underlined words. The cat hid under the table. D.) Gerund B.) Object of preposition C.) Preposition A.) Adverb
6. Identify the underlined words. She drank her soda quickly as she finished her lunch. D.) Preposition B.) Participle C.) Adverb A.) Adjective
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7. Identify the underlined words. Smiling sweetly, Judy asked her father for her allowance. D.) Gerund B.) Participle C.) Adverb A.) Verb
8. Identify the underlined words. They went to the football game and cheered wildly for their team. D.) Gerund B.) Participle C.) Verb A.) Adverb
9. Identify the underlined words. She boasted of her brilliance to her father. D.) Preposition B.) Participle C.) Object of preposition A.) Adverb
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