The Printable KISS Grammar Workbooks The KISS Literature Anthology
 
Person, Number, Case, and Tense
from
At the Back of the North Wind
by George Macdonald
Simplified by Elizabeth Lewis; Illustrated by Maria L. Kirk 
Directions:
1. Over each pronoun and possessive adjective, write its person, number, and case. Draw an arrow to the antecedent of each.
2. Over each verb, write its tense (Present, Past, Future).

1. The tulips were closed for the night but the wind was waving them

slightly.

2. "Will you take your head out of the bed-clothes?" said the voice a little

angrily.

3.  You see, the north wind will blow right in my face.

4. Diamond heard a low, soft murmuring as if the lovely figures were

talking to themselves about him.

5.  "Yes, yes!" cried Diamond, as he stretched out his arms toward her. 

"Yes, I will go with you, dear North Wind. I am not a bit afraid. I will go! 

But," he added, "how shall I get my clothes? They are in mother's room 

and the door is locked."