1. Place parentheses around each prepositional phrase.
2. Underline subjects once, verbs twice, and label complements ("PA," "PN," "IO," or "DO").
3. Draw a rectangle around each verbal.
1. And all the time Little John sat patiently under the tree in the
garden — waiting.
2. The prize is a silver arrow tipped with gold.
3. Early on Tuesday morning they set off in twos and threes, going to
Nottingham by different roads.
4. She drew closer to Robin, saying, "This big man frightens me."
5. Fast and faster he ran, closely followed by the Bishop's men.
6. But he bent his back and hobbled slowly along like a very old
woman, muttering and mumbling to himself till they were out of sight.
7. The Bishop made his pony stop, and laying a hand on the old
woman's reins turned to her with a pale face.
8. Very soon, Robin, once more dressed in Lincoln green, was
marching gaily at the head of his men, through the forest, searching
for the Bishop and his company.
9. Then each one knelt on one knee, kissing Marian's hand, and
vowing to serve and honour her as his queen.
10. If the Sheriff had only known, poor Robin would very soon have
been locked up in a dark dungeon, eating dry bread instead of apple
pie and custard and all the fine things they were having for dinner.
11. They came in, rustling in silk and laces, nodding and smiling to each
other, fluttering and flitting about the aisles of the great, dimly-lit
church, like pretty painted butterflies.