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Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. Write on the line whether it is an adjective phrase or an adverb phrase. 1.

We walked among the trees. __________________________________ 2. The glass slipped from my hands. __________________________________ 3. The children raced up the street. __________________________________ 4. The sand castle near the water is mine. __________________________________ 5. The creature under the rock is a snake. __________________________________ 6. His cat crawled on the counter. __________________________________ 7. Brian sat with me. __________________________________ 8. The girl across the street is my sister. __________________________________

Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. Write the object of the preposition on the line after each sentence. 1. He has flowers in his hand. __________________________________ 2. The car went down the street. __________________________________ 3. The dog is lying by the window. __________________________________ 4. A rabbit hopped through our garden. __________________________________ 5. The girl stood in the corner. __________________________________

Using the verb phrases below, fill in the blank with the appropriate completion. Please note that these verbs can be used in any tense. come from figure out come in hand out eat out look out make up take off keep on turn on pick up turn off come from figure out come in hand out eat out look out make up keep on take off look out turn on pick up turn off 1. Jane decided to…………………..her shoes when she got home. 2. Jimmy has a great imagination. He’s always…………………………. stories. 3. Before I leave my house, I make sure I………………….all the lights. When I get home at night, I……………………them again. 4. Every Saturday night, Andy ……………………. with Myra and the boys. 5. If you drive on the highway, you need to…………………. for the speeding drivers. 6. Do you…………………… your little brother from his karate class? 7. After Johnny got the job at the restaurant, he ……………………….. spending money.

…………………………………………………………………………… 2) You have woken up everyone in the neighborhood.. the house after playing outside.? Is it Japan? 9. I) What kinds of phrases are underlined ‘Infinitive. 10. (A) under suspicion (B) to suspicion (C) from suspicion (D) in suspicion 4) I'll make sure your instructions are followed _____. are not very healthy. the last problem. I think he is _____ for the crime. The children……………………. (A) at once (B) to once (C) from once (D)in once 5) Jack is clearly ____ when it comes to speaking a foreign language. I haven’t been able to…………………... When did teacher …………………… the chart on modals? I can’t find my copy. the latest person to be hired. 4) Salted peanuts. …………………………………………………………………………. 3) Some try to keep Valentine’s Day by sending heart-shaped cards to friends. will probably be the first person to be fired." (A) A prepositional phrase (B) An appositive phrase (C) An infinitive phrase 2) Identify the infinitive or infinitive phrase in the following sentence: To shell walnuts is difficult. ………………………………………………………………………….8. or appositive’? 1) Let’s get together to watch old movies.. one of my favorite snacks. verbal. prepositional. To shell walnuts is difficult shell none of the above (A) (B) (C) (D) 3) The local police are talking to Tom.. …………………………………………………………………………. 11. ……………………………… II) Choose the correct answer: 1) "Mary. Where does Yayui ………………………………. I am not good at math. 5) My mother is fixing us some dinner. .

(A) (B) (C) (D) to a disadvantage from a disadvantage at a disadvantage in a disadvantage .