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Traditional English Grammar

Unit I
Parts of Speech Continued:
Verb Quiz 2


Directions:
OPTION 1: You may use the browser's print option to print this page; then follow these directions: Underline the verb. In the space provided below the sentence, identify the verb as transitive active, transitive passive, intransitive linking, or intransitive complete and give the tense of the verb. When you have finished, check your answers

OPTION 2: On a sheet of paper numbered 1-10, write down the verb and identify as transitive active, transitive passive, intransitive linking, or intransitive complete and give the tense of the verb. When you have finished, check your answers

OPTION 3: In the input box next to the test item, type in the verb and identify as transitive active, transitive passive, intransitive linking, or intransitive complete and give the tense of the verb. When you have finished, use the browser's print option to print this page and check your answers

Example: You will be rewarded for that good deed. (trans. passive, future)

1. The audience applauded the ballerina's performance.



2. The audience had been applauding enthusiastically for fifteen minutes.



3. Lacy has been offered a job in the new motorcycle plant.



4. The haunted house stays vacant most of the time.



5. The optimist will expect to find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.



6. That driver has collided three times with the same garbage truck.



7. The Titanic struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic.



8. Unnoticed by passing motorists, the car lay in the ravine for a year.



9. The reporter was unwilling to divulge the source of his information.



10. Are you going home after your last class?




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