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Quiz 4-19
Prompt:To this point in Module 4, we have been introduced to the four verb forms and the case of subjective, objective, and possessive pronouns.
Directions:Read each question below and do as directed.
1-10:Click to select below each sentence whether the verb form in the sentence is transitive active, transitive passive, intransitive complete, or intransitive linking.
1.I fly often.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
2.Flying is a great experience.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
3.A passenger must purchase a ticket.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
4.Seats will be assigned by the airline.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
5.Flight attendants direct the passengers.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
6.Seatbelts must be fastened.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
7.With engines roaring, the plane accelerated down the runway.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
8.Flying above the ground, the pilot retracted the landing gear.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
9.Drinks are being served by the flight attendants.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
10.Landing is a breath-taking moment.
(transitive active) (transitive passive) (intransitive complete) (intransitive linking)
11-15:Answer each question below.
11.Click to select the direct object of the verb:
The ground crew off-loads the baggage.
12.Click to select the indirect object of the verb:
The gate attendant gave us our boarding pass.
13.Click to select the predicate noun:
We are first-class passengers.
14.Click to select the predicate adjective:
The flight attendant was nice.
15.Click to select the noun that receives the action of the verb:
The dinner meal was being eaten at thirty-five thousand feet above the earth.
16-20:Click to select the correct pronoun choice in each sentence below.
16.(They) (Them) are world travelers.
17.We often ask (she) (her) for advice.
18.Please give (she) (her) the ticket.
19.Allee and (I) (me) are flying to London.
20.That bag is not (my) (mine).