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    Franklin Thomas Baker
Excerpt from book: In the following sentences the modifiers of the simple predicate are printed in italics. Select the simple predicates. 1. The eagle flies swiftly. 2. The balloon rose high in the air. 3. We go too fast and too far. 4. A big automobile shot rapidly up the hill. 5. By the bright sunlight we could see deep into the forest. The complete predicate consists of the simple predicate and its modifiers. The simple predicate is a verb. (See Lesson 25.) In the following sentences point out the modifiers of the simple predicate: 1. Answer truly. 2. He learns willingly and quickly. 3. Charity suffereth long. 4. He drank thirstily of the spring. 5. He plunged deep into the study of science. 6. Without fear we journey onward. 7. We worked hard in our own blind fashion. 8. The crops grow finely after the heavy rain. 9. Under the warm snow, the tender plants slept in safety until spring. 10. The sweet perfume of the arbutus came from the sunny hills. In Lesson 9, page 15, point out the modifiers of the simple predicate in the sentences. LESSON 11 ANALYSIS OF SENTENCES Divide the following sentences into complete subject and predicate: then indicate the simple subject and the simple predicate, and the modifiers of each. Example : The little fish swam over the clear sands. The complete subject is the little fish, the complete predicate is swam over the clear sands. The simple subject is fish, and its modifiers are the and little. The simple predicate is swam, and its modifier is over the clear sands. 1. Every single day was well spent. 2. You told me all about this yesterday. 3. Bright birds and brilliant butterflies flew across the green meadow. 4. Eagerly they pressed forward. 5. The two swimmers struggled vainly against the tide. 6. You must come into ...  
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