1. Fix the apostrophe problem in each sentence.
2. After each sentence, rewrite the phrases with apostrophes as phrases. For example, "He'll be here soon" would be "He will be."
3. Place parentheses ( ) around each prepositional phrase.
4. Underline every verb twice, its subject(s) once, and label any complements ("PA," "PN," "IO," or "DO").
1. I cant say that I mean to.
I suppose so. I dont know.
2. So now lets look at you.
3. "Thats a Blazing strange answer,
too," said he, at his hoarsest.
4. Whats it about?
5. Come on at a footpace! dye mind
6. Id catch hold of your throat
and choke you for half a guinea.
7. I do it because its politic;
I do it on principle.
8. Dont shrink from anything I say.
9. I suppose theyll be trying Forgeries
10. I have had enough of witnesses
to-day and to-night; whos your pretty witness?