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Part V - Medieval Britain

Identify the function of the phrase highlighted in the following sentences.

  1. The projectionist dreamt that he chased an enormous gorilla around the theatre.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  2. Justine hoped to attend the masquerade even though her guardian had forbidden such adventures.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  3. The child dancing about the stage hopes to become a movie star.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  4. The reporter consulted a number of published accounts before interviewing the senator.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  5. The party was a dreadful failure because the caterers forgot to bring the tableware.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  6. The guild is meeting to discuss the latest misdemeanours of the apprentices.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  7. They heard high pitched cries in the middle of the night.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  8. Megan believed that dreaming about grapes meant that she should skip Latin class.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  9. The guard woken from his sleep by the burglar alarm knocked a bowl of potato chips off the desk.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  10. The reporter consulted a number of published accounts before interviewing the senator.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  11. The bar was full of patiently waiting customers.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  12. I was driven mad by the sound of my neighbour's constant piano practising.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  13. The committee gave our neighbourhood association an award for innovative tree planting.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  14. I hate camping and nothing you tell me will persuade me to get into a canoe with you.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  15. The apprentices elected Wilkins Lord of Misrule.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  16. When she was a young woman, she earned her meagre living as a coal miner

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  17. According to the chart, making supper is Richard's duty tonight and washing the dishes is Dorothy's.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  18. The guard woken from his sleep by the burglar alarm knocked a bowl of potato chips off the desk.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  19. Thomson was a landscape painter.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

  20. During the winter the smell of woodsmoke drifts through the neighbourhood.

    1. This phrase functions as a Subject
    2. This phrase functions as a Complement
    3. This phrase functions as an Object
    4. This phrase functions as a Predicate
    5. This phrase functions as an Adjective
    6. This phrase functions as an Adverb

 

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