COMPLEMENT REVIEW

 

Directions: Identify all subjects, verbs, and prep. phrases as usual.  Then, identify the complement in each sentence and label each one DO, IO, PN, or PA above the correct word.

 

  1. The birthstone for November is the topaz.
  2. Forest fires destroy millions of acres of woodland every single year.
  3. Stone walls and fences are favorite spots for poison ivy.
  4. The penguins in the pool at the aquarium were comical but stately.
  5. Jed showed my mother a picture of his new setter.
  6. Tarantulas are dangerous to banana workers.
  1. The mosquito is the carrier of many serious diseases.
  2. In the legends about King Arthur and his court, knights gave their swords names.
  3. Strawberries contain large amounts of vitamin C.

 

COMPLEMENT REVIEW

 

Directions: Identify all subjects, verbs, and prep. phrases as usual.  Then, identify the complement in each sentence and label each one DO, IO, PN, or PA above the correct word. 

  1. Four thousand years ago queens wore false beards as sign of royalty.
  2. Blood has many vitamins and minerals in it.
  3. Rubber is one of the ingredients in bubble gum.
  4. That centerpiece is colorful and attractive.
  5. A woodpecker can pound its head against wood at the rate of 20 times a second.
  6. Lettuce is the world’s most popular green vegetable.
  7. Dr. Staniford gave Les a prescription for his cough and fever.
  8. This spinach seems unusually fresh and crisp.
  9. An American typewriter has 43 keys and 84 symbols.