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Language Arts Assessment

Subject & Predicate - Nouns & Verbs - Elementary Language Lessons & Worksheets - My Schoolhouse - Online Learning
 

Locate the highlighted part of each sentence and choose the best answer.

1. The people work in the shoe factory.

Predicate of the sentence

Verb

Adjective

Subject of the sentence

2. The ancient Greeks wrote many plays.

Predicate of the sentence

Verb

Adjective

Subject of the sentence

3. The circus seals perform each day.

Predicate of the sentence

Verb

Adjective

Noun

4. The black and white penguins looked like they were wearing tuxedos.

Conjunction

Verb

Adjectives

Noun

5. The black and white penguins walk funny!

Conjunction

Verb

Adjectives

Noun

6. Many early settlers to the United States came from Europe.

Conjunction

Verb

Adjectives

Proper Noun

7. Many people in Central America are Roman Catholic.

Predicate of the sentence

Noun

Adjective

Subject of the sentence

8. Some people work in the steel mill.

Conjunction

Verb

Adjective

Proper Noun

9. Enormous elephants run in the plains of Africa.

Conjunction

Verb

Adjective

Proper Noun

10. Enormous elephants run in the plains of Africa.

Predicate of the sentence

Verb

Adjective

Noun

11. Large whales swim in the Pacific Ocean.

Predicate of the sentence

Verb

Adjective

Noun

12. Lumberjacks cut wood in the forests of Canada.

Subject of the sentence

Verb

Adjective

Noun

13. Our teacher told us to study for the test.

Adverb

Verb

Adjective

Noun

14. The map provided us a way to home.

Adjective

Verb

Article

Noun

15. Emily was once a very shy girl.

Conjunction

Proper Noun

Adjective

Verb

16. Robert put the vacuum cleaner in the closet.

Prepositional Phrase

Predicate of the sentence

Article

Noun

17. Insects live nearly all over the world.

Conjunction

Proper Noun

Adjective

Verb

18. My sister became a famous singer.

Prepositional Phrase

Predicate of the sentence

Subject of the sentence

Noun

19. Many people have come from Europe to the United States to live.

Conjunction

Proper Noun

Adjective

Verb

20. This novel holds a high place in American literature.

Conjunction

Proper Noun

Adjective

Verb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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