1. Place parentheses around each prepositional phrase.
2. Underline subjects once, verbs twice, and label complements ("PA," "PN," "IO," or "DO").
3. Draw a rectangle around each verbal.
1. Gathering all his strength, with one mighty blow he sent Robin
backwards, right into the river.
2. Late one evening he arrived in London, very tired indeed with his
3. In and out among the trees he went, twisting and turning.
4. On they came, trampling down the ferns, and crushing the pretty
5. The Bishop rode in the middle of them, wearing a gorgeous robe,
trimmed with lace, over his armour.
6. Little John knelt on one knee, and, taking Marian's hand, kissed it
as if she had been a queen.
7. He leaned his head against the trunk of a tree, and shutting his
eyes, dreamed happy day dreams.
8. "No, my Lord Bishop," said Robin, taking his hat off and bowing
9. Back to their forest home they all went, laughing and talking as
merrily as possible, taking John Little along with them.
10. They lived in great caves during the winter, and spent their time
making stores of bows and arrows, and mending their boots and