ENG 411B 
Principles of Modern Grammar 
Module 3 In-Class Practice 
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Each Group will be asked to identify one (or 
more) of the following: 
1. Main Verb Phrases (and Decompose) 
2. Passive Co...
It's a funny thing about mothers and 
fathers. Even when their own child is 
the most disgusting little blister you 
could...
There was a tiny dance of melody in the air, 
her Seashell was tamped in her ear again, 
and she was listening to far peop...
Surely it was a good way to die, in place 
of someone else, someone I loved. 
Noble even. That ought to count for 
somethi...
He screamed in vexation and despair, 
dropping the suicide note his love left. 
ENG 411B 
Principles of Modern Grammar 
Gr...
He lost no time in endeavoring to seek 
him out, with the hope of persuading 
him to begin the world again through 
his cr...
She stands in front of the bright yellow 
poem and seems to warm herself by it. 
ENG 411B 
Principles of Modern Grammar 
G...
The tenured and tenure-track faculty 
will have to change their thinking about 
the nature of their work 
ENG 411B 
Princi...
"Segmented and variously focused, the 
different women's organizations neither 
espouse any single system of analysis nor,...
ENG 411B 
Principles of Modern Grammar 
The rest of class should 
be used to review your 
Proficiencies. 
If you have any ...
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  1. 1. ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Module 3 In-Class Practice http://www.writethinker.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/tarzan-grammar.gif
  2. 2. Each Group will be asked to identify one (or more) of the following: 1. Main Verb Phrases (and Decompose) 2. Passive Constructions 3. Prepositional Phrases (and function) 4. Infinitive Phrases (and function) 5. Participle Phrases (and function) 6. Gerund Phrases (and function) ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Module 3 In-Class Practice
  3. 3. It's a funny thing about mothers and fathers. Even when their own child is the most disgusting little blister you could ever imagine, they still think that he or she is wonderful. - Matilda, Roald Dahl ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Group 2 Module 3 In-Class Practice
  4. 4. There was a tiny dance of melody in the air, her Seashell was tamped in her ear again, and she was listening to far people in far places, her eyes wide and staring at the fathoms of blackness above her in the ceiling. Fahrenheit 451 -Ray Bradbury ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Group 3 Module 3 In-Class Practice
  5. 5. Surely it was a good way to die, in place of someone else, someone I loved. Noble even. That ought to count for something. ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Group 4 Module 3 In-Class Practice
  6. 6. He screamed in vexation and despair, dropping the suicide note his love left. ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Group 5 Module 3 In-Class Practice
  7. 7. He lost no time in endeavoring to seek him out, with the hope of persuading him to begin the world again through his credit and assistance. ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Group 6 Module 3 In-Class Practice
  8. 8. She stands in front of the bright yellow poem and seems to warm herself by it. ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Group 1 Module 3 In-Class Practice
  9. 9. The tenured and tenure-track faculty will have to change their thinking about the nature of their work ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Stumper #1 Module 3 In-Class Practice
  10. 10. "Segmented and variously focused, the different women's organizations neither espouse any single system of analysis nor, as a result, express any wholly shared, consistently articulated ideology." "Dancing through the Minefield“ - Annette Kolodny ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar Stumper #2 Module 3 In-Class Practice
  11. 11. ENG 411B Principles of Modern Grammar The rest of class should be used to review your Proficiencies. If you have any other questions that have not been answered today, please contact me through WebCampus mail. Module 3 In-Class Practice

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