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. Heidi could hardly tear herself away from the pretty kittens.
2. They both played happily with the two graceful creatures.
3. Sebastian obediently pulled the dirty street-boy after him.
4. The grandmama, with her kind and loving way, immediately befriended
5. But poor Mr. Sesemann, unfortunately, did not get his answer, and had
to listen to very long-winded explanations of the child's character.
6. He has a friendly laugh and wears a gold pendant with a red stone on
his thick gold chain.
7. The slowly setting sun was shedding a golden light over everything.
8. She would look at the beautiful pictures and read all the stories aloud
9. Grandmama would quietly listen and explain something here and there.
10. Sebastian was placing footstools in front of nearly every armchair,
and Miss Rottenmeier walked with great dignity about the house,