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Grammar Jeopardy Grammar Jeopardy

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Personal Pronouns A Reflexive pronouns B Interrogative & Demonstrative C Whiteboard Review E Whiteboard Personal Pronouns A Reflexive pronouns B Interrogative & Demonstrative C Whiteboard Review E Whiteboard review F 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500 Indefinite pronouns D

Find the personal pronoun in this sentence Jim gave the book to her. A Find the personal pronoun in this sentence Jim gave the book to her. A 100

her A 100 her A 100

Find the subject pronoun in the following sentence He sent them a lettter. A Find the subject pronoun in the following sentence He sent them a lettter. A 200

He A 200 He A 200

Find the object pronoun in the following sentence. The artist drew Tom and her. Find the object pronoun in the following sentence. The artist drew Tom and her. A 300

her A 300 her A 300

___ threw ___ the ball. List a subjective pronoun in the first blank and ___ threw ___ the ball. List a subjective pronoun in the first blank and an objective nd pronoun in the 2 blank. A 400

Subjective: she, he they, we, it I Objective: him, her, them, it, me, you Subjective: she, he they, we, it I Objective: him, her, them, it, me, you A 400

What is the objective case pronouns in this sentence? They were glad to pay What is the objective case pronouns in this sentence? They were glad to pay him because he made them laugh. A 500

Him & Them A 500 Him & Them A 500

What do reflexive pronouns end with? B 100 What do reflexive pronouns end with? B 100

-self or -selves B 100 -self or -selves B 100

Choose the correct sentence: 1. This is between you and me. 2. This is Choose the correct sentence: 1. This is between you and me. 2. This is between you and myself. B 200

This is between you and me. B 200 This is between you and me. B 200

True or False: Hisself and theirselves are acceptable reflexive pronouns. B 300 True or False: Hisself and theirselves are acceptable reflexive pronouns. B 300

FALSE!! B 300 FALSE!! B 300

Is the underlined pronoun reflexive or intensive? Mr. Jones himself told us how to Is the underlined pronoun reflexive or intensive? Mr. Jones himself told us how to redo the problem. B 400

intensive B 400 intensive B 400

Is the pronoun reflexive or intensive? The painters saw themselves in the mirror. B Is the pronoun reflexive or intensive? The painters saw themselves in the mirror. B 500

reflexive B 500 reflexive B 500

Which of the following words is NOT an interrogative pronoun? WHO, WHICH, WHAT, WHO’S Which of the following words is NOT an interrogative pronoun? WHO, WHICH, WHAT, WHO’S WHOM, WHOSE C 100

WHO’S C 100 WHO’S C 100

In order to help decide if you use WHO or WHOM, you should : In order to help decide if you use WHO or WHOM, you should : 1. Turn the question into a statement. 2. Answer the question in your own words. C 200

Turn the question into a statement! C 200 Turn the question into a statement! C 200

(Who, Whom) was Franklin W. Dixon? C 300 (Who, Whom) was Franklin W. Dixon? C 300

WHO C 300 WHO C 300

(Who, Whom) does Paul like the best? C 400 (Who, Whom) does Paul like the best? C 400

whom C 400 whom C 400

(Who’s, Whose) your favorite mystery character? C 500 (Who’s, Whose) your favorite mystery character? C 500

Who’s C 500 Who’s C 500

True or False: Words like someone or something refer to a person or a True or False: Words like someone or something refer to a person or a thing that is not indentified. D 100

True D True D

Identify the indefinite pronouns. Is it singular or plural? Everybody here is looking for Identify the indefinite pronouns. Is it singular or plural? Everybody here is looking for something. D 200

Everybody- sing Something- singular D 200 Everybody- sing Something- singular D 200

Indentify each indefinite pronoun. Is it singular or plural? Everyone enjoys travel. D 300 Indentify each indefinite pronoun. Is it singular or plural? Everyone enjoys travel. D 300

Everyone: singular D 300 Everyone: singular D 300

Identify the indefinite pronoun. Is it singular or plural? Many of us love to Identify the indefinite pronoun. Is it singular or plural? Many of us love to fly. D 400

Many; plural D 400 Many; plural D 400

Identify the indefinite pronoun. Is it singular or plural? Everyone has looked for the Identify the indefinite pronoun. Is it singular or plural? Everyone has looked for the missing piece. D 500

Everyone; singular D 500 Everyone; singular D 500

Find the main verb. What is the D. O. ? The mechanic watched the Find the main verb. What is the D. O. ? The mechanic watched the driver. E 100

Verb: watched D. O. : driver E 100 Verb: watched D. O. : driver E 100

Find the main verb. What is the D. O. ? The driver unlocked the Find the main verb. What is the D. O. ? The driver unlocked the cab. E 200

Verb: unlocked D. O. : cab E 200 Verb: unlocked D. O. : cab E 200

What is the verb and direct object of this sentence? The umpire annoyed the What is the verb and direct object of this sentence? The umpire annoyed the catcher. E 300

Verb: annoyed D. O. : catcher E 300 Verb: annoyed D. O. : catcher E 300

Identify the verb, D. O. , and I. O. in this sentence. Jen wrote Identify the verb, D. O. , and I. O. in this sentence. Jen wrote the manufacturer a letter. C 400

Verb: wrote D. O. letter I. O. : manufacturer E 400 Verb: wrote D. O. letter I. O. : manufacturer E 400

Identify the verb, D. O. , and I. O. in this sentence. The team Identify the verb, D. O. , and I. O. in this sentence. The team awarded him a trophy. E 400

Verb: awarded D. O. him I. O. trophy E 500 Verb: awarded D. O. him I. O. trophy E 500

Find the verb. Is it action or linking? The picture felt heavy to Kyle. Find the verb. Is it action or linking? The picture felt heavy to Kyle. E 500

Felt: linking F 100 Felt: linking F 100

Find the verb. Is it action or linking? The driver looked uncomfortable. F 100 Find the verb. Is it action or linking? The driver looked uncomfortable. F 100

Verb: looked F 200 Verb: looked F 200

What is the linking verb? Is the underlined word a predicate noun or predicate What is the linking verb? Is the underlined word a predicate noun or predicate adjective? Cheese is an important food. F 200

Linking verb: is Predicate noun: food F 300 Linking verb: is Predicate noun: food F 300

What is the subject and verb of this sentence? Is the underlined word a What is the subject and verb of this sentence? Is the underlined word a P. A. or a P. A. ? Cow’s milk is the base for most of our cheeses, yogurts, and ice creams. F 300

Subject: milk Verb: is Predicate noun: base F 400 Subject: milk Verb: is Predicate noun: base F 400

Find the subject, verb and PA or PN in this sentence. About four hundred Find the subject, verb and PA or PN in this sentence. About four hundred cheeses are available. F 400

Subject: cheese Verb: are PA: available F 500 Subject: cheese Verb: are PA: available F 500

Is the underlined word a PA or a PN? Identify the subject and verb Is the underlined word a PA or a PN? Identify the subject and verb of the sentence. • Cheese is the favorite food of many people. F 500

Subject: Cheese Verb: is PN: food Subject: Cheese Verb: is PN: food

What is the prepositional phrase in this sentence? We went inside the opera house. What is the prepositional phrase in this sentence? We went inside the opera house. Click on screen to continue

inside the opera house Click on screen to continue inside the opera house Click on screen to continue

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