The Printable KISS Workbooks The KISS Workbooks Anthology
Fill in the Blanks with Interesting Words
Adapted from
Voyages in English - Fifth Year
by Rev. Paul E. Campbell 
and Sister Mary Donatus MacNickle
The Mute Woman

Raphael  (1483-1520)

1. Fill in the blanks with interesting verbs, nouns, adjectives, or adverbs.
2. Place parentheses around each prepositional phrase. Draw an arrow from each preposition to the word that the phrase modifies.
3. Underline subjects once, verbs twice, and label complements ("PA," "PN," "IO," or "DO").

1. The _____adj._____ train _____verb_____ _____adv._____ into the 

_____adj._____ station.

2. Rita and I _____verb_____ _____adv._____ about the _____adj._____ 

incidents of our trip to _____noun_____.

3. An _____adj._____ man _____verb_____ _____adv._____ up the 

_____adj._____ steps of the _____adj._____ church.

4. Robert _____verb_____ from the _____adj._____ roof and

_____adv._____ _____verb_____ his _____adj._____ arm.

5. The _____adj._____ roar _____adv._____ _____verb_____ the 

approach of a _____adj._____ storm.

6. The _____adj._____ _____adj._____ carriage _____adv._____ 

_____verb_____ along the _____adj._____ _____noun_____.

7. The _____adj._____ doctor _____verb_____ _____adv._____ to the 

_____adj._____ child.

8. _____adj._____ skyscrapers _____adv._____ _____verb_____ both 

sides of the _____adj._____ street.

9. The _____adj._____ _____adj._____ foliage _____verb_____ 

_____adv._____ in the _____adj._____ _____adj._____ breeze.

10. A _____adj._____ fireman _____verb_____ _____adv._____ into the

_____adj._____ building.