1. Place parentheses ( ) around each prepositional phrase.
2. Underline verbs twice, their subjects once, and label complements (PA, PN, IO, or DO).
Then, rewrite the passage into sentences
so that every sentence has only one verb phrase.
He can turn cartwheels, stand on his head, ride see-saw, throw snowballs,
play ball, crow like a cock, eat bread and butter and drink sour milk, tear his
trousers, wear holes in his elbows, break the crockery in pieces, throw balls
through the windowpanes, draw old men on important papers, walk over the
flower-beds, eat himself sick with gooseberries, and be well after a whipping.