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KISS Grammar Tongue Twisters

Basic S/V/C Patterns - Exercise # 2
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1. Old oily Ollie oils old oily autos (DO). |

2. Sly Sam slurps Sally's soup (DO). |

3. The two-twenty-two train tore {through the tunnel}. |

4. Ed had edited it (DO). |

5. Crisp crusts crackle crunchily. |

6. Twelve twins twirled twelve twigs (DO). |

7. What time [#1] does the wristwatch strap shop shut? |

8. Are our oars oak (PA)? |

9. Chop shops stock chops (DO). |

10. The ochre ogre ogled the poker (DO). |

1. This can be explained as a Noun Used as an Adverb, but some people might feel more comfortable if they assume an ellipsed "At" here, thereby making it a prepositional phrase.