Active/Passive, Transitive/Intransitive, Comparative/Superlative

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Active or passive
voice?
The road was blocked
by an accident.
The road was blocked by an
accident.
Passive voice
Active or passive voice?
The teacher threw the
ruler.
The teacher threw the
ruler.
Active voice
Active or passive voice?
The storm knocked the
tree down.
The storm knocked
the tree down.
Active voice
Passive or active voice?
He loves communication
arts class.
He loves communication
arts class.
Active voice
Passive or active voice?
The soup was eaten by
the children.
The soup was eaten by
the children.
Passive voice
Is the verb transitive or intransitive?
The test was very challenging.
Is the verb transitive or Intransitive?
The test was very challenging.
linking verb
Intransitive verb
Transitive or Intransitive?
The dog gobbled the food.
Is the verb transitive or Intransitive?
The dog gobbled the food.
action verb
Transitive verb
direct object
Transitive or Intransitive?
The bumble bee flew.
Transitive or Intransitive?
The bumble bee flew.
Action verb
Intransitive
Transitive or Intransitive?
The hockey team lost the
game.
Transitive or Intransitive?
The hockey team lost the game.
Action verb
Transitive verb
direct object
Comparative or Superlative?
The marker is brighter than the
colored pencil.
Comparative or Superlative?
The marker is brighter than the
colored pencil.
comparative
Comparative or Superlative?
That is the most beautiful
sunset.
Comparative or Superlative?
That is the most beautiful
sunset.
superlative
Which of these titles should be
underlined?
short story
song title
chapter of a book
magazine
magazine
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
Mint chocolate chip ice cream is my
favorite.
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
Mint chocolate chip ice cream is my
favorite.
• Neither because is- linking verb
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
They donated their van to the
homeless shelter.
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
D.O.
They donated their van to the
homeless shelter. Prepositional phrase
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
That dog jumped over the fence and
ran across the street.
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
That dog jumped over the fence and
ran across the street.
• No D.O. or I.O., only prepositional phrases
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
He handed me a note during
communication arts class.
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
I.O.
D. O.
He handed me a note during
communication arts class.
Write the following title so that it is
correct:
Dancing With The Stars
Re-write the following title so that it
is correct:
Dancing with the Stars
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
The boy in the purple shoes likes her.
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
The boy in the purple shoes likes her.
D.O.
Re-write this sentence to fix the
comparative or superlative
adjective.
Molly is the less experienced one on
the entire team.
Re-write this sentence to fix the
comparative or superlative
adjective.
Molly is the least experienced one on
the entire team.
Re-write this sentence to fix the
comparative or superlative
adjective.
Compared to Jen, she is the fastest.
Re-write this sentence to fix the
comparative or superlative
adjective.
Compared to Jen, she is faster.
Is the adjective comparative or
superlative in the following
sentence?
Jack is always more cheerful in the
the morning.
Is the adjective comparative or
superlative in the following
sentence?
Jack is always more cheerful in the
morning.
**comparative
Correct or Incorrect?
I’m only on the first chapter of
Nothing But The Truth.
Correct or Incorrect?
I’m only on the first chapter of
Nothing but the Truth.
**Shorter words like “but” and “the” should
not be capitalized.
Correct or Incorrect?
Have you seen the episode of
Modern Family called “Scrambled
Eggs”?
Correct or Incorrect?
Have you seen the episode of
Modern Family called “Scrambled
Eggs”?
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
The boy at the mall texted us his
phone number.
Identify a direct or indirect object (if
there are any).
I.O.
The boy at the mall texted us his
phone number.
D.O.
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