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GRAMMAR UNIT REVIEW. Directions  This game is played Jeopardy style. Each category is based on popular young adult fiction. Work in groups to identify.

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1 GRAMMAR UNIT REVIEW

2 Directions  This game is played Jeopardy style. Each category is based on popular young adult fiction. Work in groups to identify grammar within each sentence.

3 Grammar Jeopardy DivergentHarry PotterHunger GamesLord of the Rings Ender’s Game

4 Present Participle  My older brother, Caleb, stands in the isle, holding a railing above his head to keep himself steady. HOME

5 Prepositional Phrase  Caleb’s expression is placid as the bus sways and jolts on the road. HOME

6 Participle and Phrase  In front of it is a large metal structure, that the Dauntless climb after school, daring each other to go higher and higher.  HOME HOME

7 Infinitive  They are scarred, like he was burned, and they clench around the paper like he wants to crumple it.  HOME HOME

8 Gerund  I wish I felt like crying, because the tears might bring me a sense of release, but I don’t.  HOME HOME

9 Participle and Phrase  Skimming over the autumnal colors of the pastoral world, only then did he realize what he hated most about Val’s letter.  HOME HOME

10 Participle  Bored, he ignored the objectives of the game.  HOME HOME

11 Infinitive  His army had the potential of being the best fighting group ever to play the game.  HOME HOME

12 Which verb mood, Indicative, Imperative, Interrogative, Subjunctive, Conditional?  From now on, you forget about gravity before you go through that door.  HOME HOME

13 Ender’s Game  DAILY DOUBLE!!!  HOME HOME

14 Name the simple subjects (Circle), simple verbs (underline), complete subjects (circle), and complete verbs (underline)  Bean’s squad had practiced this several times, and it took only a moment before they were braced on the star.  HOME HOME

15 Participle (circle) and Phrase (underline)  Harry ticked off another day on the piece of paper he had pinned to the wall, counting down to September the first.  HOME HOME

16 Which verb mood? Indicative, Imperative, Interrogative, Subjunctive, Conditional?  Could a werewolf be killing the unicorns?  HOME HOME

17 Participle and Phrase & Two infinitives  Hermione was skimming through all her notes, hoping to come across one of the enchantments they were about to try to break.  HOME HOME

18 Absolute  Harry pulled on the cloak, his eyes falling on the flute Hagrid had given him for Christmas.  HOME HOME

19 Is this passive or active voice? Two participles and phrases and one infinitive.  The parcel had been torn open by Harry to find a thick, hand-knitted sweater in emerald green and a large box of homemade fudge.  HOME HOME

20 Harry Potter #1  DAILY DOUBLE!!!  HOME HOME

21 Harry Potter #2  DAILY DOUBLE!!!  HOME HOME

22 Absolute  I sit on the ground, hands covered in red welts.  HOME HOME

23 Participle and Phrase  I hear Cinna’s voice, carrying images of rich fabric and sparkling gems.  HOME HOME

24 Which verb mood? Indicative, Imperative, Interrogative, Subjunctive, Conditional?  No! Just don’t, Katniss! Don’t die for me.  HOME HOME

25 Participle  Refreshed, I treat my burns again.  HOME HOME

26 One preposition and phrase, two infinitives, one participle and phrase  By late afternoon, I decide to build a small fire to cook the meat, betting that dusk will help conceal the smoke.  HOME HOME

27 Hunger Games  DAILY DOUBLE!!!  HOME HOME

28 Two absolutes  Boromir strode up and down, legs pumping and voice speaking ever more loudly.  HOME HOME

29 Gerund  Flight was impossible, and Frodo and Sam loosened their small swords in their sheaths.  HOME HOME

30 Participle and phrase  Gollum remained there for some time, making no sound.  HOME HOME

31 Three prepositions and phrases  The night was old and East grey when they rode up at last from the Deeping-coomb and came back to the Hornburg.  HOME HOME

32 Two infinitives  All were slain save those who fled to die, or to drown in the red foam of the river.  HOME HOME

33 FINAL JEOPARDY  Write five sentences with each of the following included.  Sentence 1 – Present Participle  Sentence 2 – Gerund  Sentence 3 – Absolute  Sentence 4 – Infinitive  Sentence 5 – Past Participle  One member from each group writes at least one sentence. (Each correct sentence is worth five points.)  HOME HOME


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