1. Place parentheses ( ) around each prepositional phrase.
2. Underline verbs twice, their subjects once, and label complements ("PA," "PN," "IO," or "DO").
1. Stark and grim was the three-headed watchdog, Cerberus, which guarded
the door, and with the growls and the furious roaring of a wild beast athirst
for its prey it greeted Orpheus.
2. She was the fairest thing on earth, worthy indeed of the deathless gods
who had created her.
3. And still do we watch the butterfly, which is her emblem, bursting from
its ugly tomb in the dark soil, and spreading joyous white and gold-powdered
wings in the caressing sunshine, amidst the radiance and the fragrance of
the summer flowers.
4. All the heroes gazed at her with
eyes that adored her beauty.
5. Great was the shout that rose from those who still lived when that grim
hunt thus came to an end.
6. Upon the earth, and on the children of men who were as gods in their
knowledge and mastery of the force
of fire, Jupiter had had his revenge.
7. From her bed sprang Althæa, and, heedless of the flames, she seized the
burning wood, trod on it with her fair white feet, and poured on it water
that swiftly quenched its red glow.
8. Telamon rushed on to destroy the filthy thing that would have made
carrion of the sons of the gods.
9. The merchants wondered who could be the one upon whom Pygmalion
lavished the money from his treasury.
10. And from the trees sang birds with song more sweet than any that
Psyche had ever known, and with brilliant plumage which they preened
caressingly when they had dipped their wings in crystal-sparkling fountains.