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JEOPARDY English Review
Categories Plurals Subject/Predicate Verbs Possessives Nouns Pronouns
book Name the direct object of the sentence: Last year I published a book.
The boy with red hair Identify the complete subject. The boy with red hair played the piano.
chased the cat up the highway into a Wendy’s restaurant.? Identify the complete predicate: The dog chased the cat up the highway into a Wendy’s restaurant.
Daily Double “Don’t Choke!”
Billy Bob Identify the simple subject: Can Billy Bob come, too?
Is Identify the simple predicate: Is Walmart a good store to shop at?
Identify the complete subject: Come to school with me. You
Find the nouns: Kenny sells books in Washington D.C. so we can have knowledge of the world around us. Kenny, books, Washington D.C., knowledge, world
Name the compound in the sentence: I love peanut butter because it is better than spreadable jelly. Peanut butter
Name the proper noun in the sentence below: He went to Texas to see his aunt. Texas
Name the noun that is an idea: He showed his bravery to the class. bravery
Name the nouns: Many people remember Amelia Earhart and her achievements. People, Amelia Earhart, achievements
Write the possessive form: Cats Cats’
Write the possessive form: Children Children’s
Daily Double “Don’t Choke!”
Write the possessive form: Lois Lois’
Write the possessive form: horses Horses’
Name the verbs below: She is a nice person. is
Name the verbs below: Iraq invaded its neighbor to seize control of this resource. Invaded, seize
Name the past participle form of: swim Has swum
Which of the following is a linking verb: Is, smells, tastes, appears All of them are linking verbs
Which one is an action verb: has, is, loves, have loves
Name all the pronouns below: You should go to the store to get your groceries. You, your
Name the subject pronoun: I will walk your dog. I
him Name the object pronoun: I will take him to the park.
yours Name the possessive pronoun: “This ribbon is yours,” I said.
instructor Name the predicate nominative: Martha is a great instructor.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
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