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1.3.4 Subject and Verb - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

1.3.4 Subject and Verb - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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Solutions to subject and verb identification exercise. 1.3.4
Solutions to subject and verb identification exercise. 1.3.4

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Published by: mcjsa on Sep 26, 2011
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 
 
"TOM!"
 
[There
was
]No answer.
 
"TOM!"
 
[There
was
]No answer.
 
"What'
s
gone with that boy, I
wonder
? You TOM!"
 
[There
was
]No answer.
 
The old lady
pulled
her spectacles
down
and [she]
looked
 over them about the room; then
 
she
put
them
up
and [she]
looked
 
out under them. She seldom or never 
looked
THROUGH
 
them for so small a thing as a boy; they
were
her state pair,
 
the pride of her heart, and [
 
they]
were
built for "style," not service--
 
she
could have seen
through a pair of stove-lids just as well.She
looked
perplexed for a moment, and then [she]
said
, notfiercely, but still loud enough for the furniture to hear:
 
"Well, I
lay
if I
get hold
of you I'
ll
--"
 
She
did not finish
, for by this time she
was bending
 down and [she
was
]
punching
under the bed with the broom, and so
 
she
needed
breath to punctuate the punches with. She
resurrected
nothing but the cat.
 
"I never 
did see
the beat of that boy!"
 

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