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GrammarQuiz – Sentence

Identify the correct sentence pattern for each sentence.

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1. Seals swim fast. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

2. Mother cleans the house. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

3. The boys are tired. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

4. Dolphins dive. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

5. Walruses have long tusks. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

6. Many birds fly south. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

7. John is a pianist. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

8. Bill hit the ball far. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

9. Anne enjoyed the movie. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

10. The electrician wires homes. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

11. Mother is unhappy. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

12. The driver reported the accident. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

13. Don’t blame me. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Pronoun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

14. Kevin is very successful. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

15. Humans laugh. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

16. I trust you. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Pronoun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

17. They discuss politics. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

18. The waitress is a friend of mine. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

19. The child screamed. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective

20. Janet is a teacher. Answer Key – Click HERE

• Subject – Verb

• Subject – Verb – Object

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Noun

• Subject – Verb – Predicate Adjective