1. Replace the missing commas.
2. Put parentheses ( ) around each prepositional phrase.
3. Underline subjects once, finite verbs twice, and label complements ("PN," "PA," "IO," "DO").
1. And Perseus and the good Dictys and his wife came to visit his
mother every day at the temple of Athene.
2. Instead of falling Perseus floated and stood and ran
along the sky.
3. Next Polydectes proclaimed a great feast and invited to it all the chiefs
and landowners and the young men of the island and among
4. He was not a righteous man, like Dictys; but greedy
and cunning and cruel.
5. So Danae was made a slave and had to fetch water from the well and
grind in the mill and perhaps was beaten and wore a heavy chain, because
she would not marry that cruel king.
6. Through doubt and need danger and battle, I drive them.
7. And Perseus was brave and truthful gentle and courteous.
8. He was the most skillful of all in running and wrestling and boxing and in
throwing the quoit and the javelin and in rowing with the oar and in playing
on the harp.
9. Perseus's face grew very red as they pointed at him and smiled and
whispered, "What has that foundling to give?"
10. Down to the cliffs he went and looked across the broad blue sea; and
he wondered if his dream were true and prayed in the bitterness of his soul.