1. Put parentheses ( ) around each prepositional phrase.
2. Underline subjects once, finite verbs twice, and label complements ("PN," "PA," "IO," "DO").
1. Oh, look at the fir-trees over there!
2. The snow would soon cover up the cottage.
3. Suddenly Heidi took off her pretty dress and tied her old shawl about her.
4. She is climbing up with the goatherd.
5. The sun had lost its vigor, and the child had to put on her shoes and
stockings and her little dress.
6. A broad-shouldered man was just loading up large bags.
7. The old man now opened the door, and Heidi followed him into a fairly
spacious room, which took in the entire expanse of the hut.
8. You look like Peter.
9. The grandfather soon had mended the cottage; often he would take
down big loads of timber.
10. Heidi's tale was interrupted suddenly by a great thumping on the
door; and who should come in but Peter.