1. Put parentheses ( ) around each prepositional phrase. Draw an arrow from each preposition to the word its phrase modifies. Underline any embedded phrases and the phrases they are embedded in.
2. Underline subjects once, finite verbs twice, and label complements ("PN," "PA," "IO," "DO").
1. Peter generally took his quarters
for the day at the foot of a high cliff.
2. Miss Rottenmeier experienced an extreme disappointment, for she had
hoped for an explanation of the
3. Heidi discovered a little basket with twelve round white rolls for the
4. When the tidy pack lay ready on the ground, Clara's heart filled with
pleasure at the thought of her little
5. First came a heavy coat for Heidi, with a hood, which Clara meant
her to use on visits to the grandmother
in the winter.
6. Deta waited about ten minutes to see if the children were coming
up behind with the goats. As she could not find them anywhere, she
climbed up a little higher to get a better view down the valley from there,
and peered from side to side with marks of great impatience on her