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KISS Grammar Exercises Based on
Introductory Lessons in English Grammar For Use in Intermediate Grades
By Wm. H. Maxwell, M.A.
L1.3 # 16
Writing Sentences
with Complements
MICHELANGELO's
Joel 
1508-12, Fresco 
Cappella Sistina,
Vatican
Directions: 
1. Use each of the following words in a sentence. After each, write the type of the complement of the verb (zero, predicate adjective, predicate noun, indirect or direct object).
2. Underline every subject once and every verb twice. 
 
eats

smiles

sets

will be

killed

studied

threw

drew

sit

hates

scream

heard

life

became

writes

is

reads

left

fell

built

arrived

crossed

brought

laughed

were

crows

chirp

hammers

plants

spent

cough

taught

seems

found

washed

Select one of the sentences and use it to begin a story.