1. Underline every subject once and every verb twice.
2. Put a box around every adjective and draw an arrow from it to the word it modifies.
3. Make an oval around every adverb and draw an arrow from it to the word it modifies.
1. He did not often get such a treasure, and therefore his face was beaming
and he laughingly dropped the money deep into his pocket.
2. Heidi looked thoughtfully at her fresh, new bed.
3. The strong wind nearly blew her from her seat.
4. Suddenly she heard a loud, sharp scream.
5. Heidi suddenly wiped away her tears, for she had had a cheering thought.
6. Blue and yellow flowers graciously greeted her at every step.
7. The old grandmother alone stuck to him faithfully.
8. She unexpectedly found herself on a high white bed in a spacious room.
9. A black stream of ink flowed darkly across the length of the room.
10. Clara had a pale, thin face with soft blue eyes, which at that moment
were watching the clock impatiently.