1. Place parentheses around each prepositional phrase. Draw an arrow from each preposition to the word that the phrase modifies.
2. Underline subjects once, verbs twice, and label complements ("PA," "PN," "IO," or "DO").
1. No animal can pass on its acquired
knowledge to its young in this way.
2. It had made up its mind.
3. He walked halfway to the collie
and set down the bowl.
4. At last she denned up where a
clump of gorse arched over beside a field-wall.
5. He would take out a stout cudgel.
6. He took out the cartridge from
the chamber of his rifle.
7. Toots could pick up pennies from
the ground and bring them to Rowlie.
8. Quickly he set up a small brazier
and built a fire.
9. She cried out the words.
10. Rowlie took off Bess's nosebag.