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Grammar Checker

Grammar Checker

  • Grade 3

Directions:

  • Students can use this presentation to underline and identify the subject, predicate, nouns, or verb. Click the mouse to see the answers.
  • To use the pen option of PowerPoint you must be in the show view (F5). Wiggle the mouse 5 or 6 times until you see a triangle shape in the lower left corner of the screen.
  • Click the triangle and choose PointerPen.
  • Your mouse will become a pen that you can click and drag to underline.

Use the PowerPoint Pen to underline the nouns.

  • Mary walked to the bus with her dog.
  • My aunt bought eggs, bread, and milk from the supermarket.
  • The train flew down the tracks without stopping.
  • Those girls finished their homework and then watched TV.

The Answers

  • Mary walked to the bus with her dog.
  • My aunt bought eggs, bread, and milk from the supermarket.
  • The train flew down the tracks without stopping.
  • Those girls finished their homework and then watched TV.

Use the PowerPoint Pen to underline the nouns.

  • The library was closed due to the heavy rain.
  • That cat has a very sneaky smile.
  • His grandfather fought in WWII.
  • We visited London and saw the palace where the queen lives.

The Answers

  • The library was closed due to the heavy rain.
  • That cat has a very sneaky smile.
  • His grandfather fought in WWII.
  • We visited London and saw the palace where the queen lives.

Use the PowerPoint Pen to underline the verbs.

  • Alice walked with her brother to school.
  • The fish fried in the pan for hours.
  • Mary hurriedly carried her books to her classroom.
  • Our class enjoyed the new assignment.

The Answers

  • Alice walked with her brother to school.
  • The fish fried in the pan for hours.
  • Mary hurriedly carried her books to her classroom.
  • Our class enjoyed the new assignment.

Use the PowerPoint Pen to underline the verbs.

  • The bird chirped loudly through the trees.
  • Our principal worried about the coming snow.
  • Not everyone finished their homework.
  • Our house stands at the end of the street.

The Answers

  • The bird chirped loudly through the trees.
  • Our principal worried about the coming snow.
  • Not everyone finished their homework.
  • Our house stands at the end of the street.

Use the PowerPoint Pen to underline the subject.

  • Mary walked to the bus with her dog.
  • My aunt bought eggs, bread, and milk from the supermarket.
  • The train flew down the tracks without stopping.
  • Those girls finished their homework and then watched TV.

The Answers

  • Mary walked to the bus with her dog.
  • My aunt bought eggs, bread, and milk from the supermarket.
  • The train flew down the tracks without stopping.
  • Those girls finished their homework and then watched TV.

Use the PowerPoint Pen to underline the subject.

  • The library was closed due to the heavy rain.
  • That cat has a very sneaky smile.
  • His old grandfather fought in WWII.
  • We visited London and saw the palace where the queen lives.

The Answers

  • The library was closed due to the heavy rain.
  • That cat has a very sneaky smile.
  • His old grandfather fought in WWII.
  • We visited London and saw the palace where the queen lives.

Use the PowerPoint Pen to underline the predicate.

  • Alice walked with her brother to school.
  • The fish fried in the pan for hours.
  • Mary hurriedly carried her books to her classroom.
  • Our class enjoyed the new assignment.

The Answers

  • Alice walked with her brother to school.
  • The fish fried in the pan for hours.
  • Mary hurriedly carried her books to her classroom.
  • Our class enjoyed the new assignment.

Use the PowerPoint Pen to underline the predicate.

  • The bird chirped loudly through the trees.
  • Our principal worried about the coming snow.
  • Not everyone finished their homework.
  • Our house stands at the end of the street.

The Answers

  • The bird chirped loudly through the trees.
  • Our principal worried about the coming snow.
  • Not everyone finished their homework.
  • Our house stands at the end of the street.