Exercises in Parse The Nouns and Pronouns






Exercises in Parse The Nouns and Pronouns :


Parse the Nouns and Pronouns in apposition in the following sentences, correcting where necessary.

1. Alexander, the coppersmith, did me great harm.

2. My brother, James, has gone home.

3. Washington, the first President, was buried at Mount Vernon.

4. My cousin, Mary, has written me a letter.

5. Kidd, the notorious pirate, suffered the felon’s reward, death upon the gallows.

6. William bought a book for his sister Mary.

7. Mr. Embury crossed the river Delaware in the ferry-boat Eagle.

8. The steamer Pennsylvania will sail on Monday.

9. We should make our business our pleasure.

10. Why do you assail me, your only brother?

11. Harrisburg, the capital of Pennsylvania, lies on the east bank of the river Susquehanna.

12. Preserve your health, the poor man’s wealth, the rich man’s bliss.

Review

Parse, in the foregoing exercises, all the Subjects, Objects, Possessives, Prepositions and Verbs.







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