Romeo and Juliet
|Scene One, 43-51:
"He jests at scars"
(Includes no verbals, a third-level embedded clause,
an appositive, direct address, and "but" used as a coordinating conjunction,
as an adverb, and as a preposition.)
|Scene One, 80-91: "Tis but thy
name" (includes "What's in a name." This selection, which includes
no verbals other than "belonging," makes a nice assessment quiz of students'
ability to identify S/V/C patterns and basic clauses.