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. On and on he went, plunging deeper and deeper under the shadow
of the trees.
2. Then several page boys, dressed in green, came with large silver
basins full of clean, fresh water.
3. Then turning to the stranger, Robin bowed politely to him.
4. Then came fat and jolly Friar Tuck carrying his big book and trying
to look grave.
5. The men were all gathered together talking it over, and already
preparing their bows and arrows.
6. Every man sprang to his feet, and shouting, "God save the King,"
drank his health.
7. She was quite sorry when the Sheriff came and took him away,
saying dinner was ready.
8. It was wide and deep, swollen by the winter rains.
9. This morning everything was so bright and beautiful that he went
on and on, hearing nothing but the song of birds, seeing nothing but
the trees and flowers.
10. Then he heard his name whispered, and, opening his eyes, saw
Marian, looking like a fairy princess.