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    Grammar: Identifying Parts Of A Sentence

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    LOOK AT THE SENTENCES BELOW:
    MR. TENG SAYS, "USE ONE EYE'S WIDTH AS A UNIT OF MEASURE AND MAKE THE HEAD FIVE EYE-WIDTHS WIDE." THERE ARE MANY OTHER GUIDELINES.

    IDENTIFY WHAT PARTS OF SPEECH "WIDTH" AND "GUIDELINES" ARE IN THE ABOVE SENTENCES. IDENTIFY THE FIRST USE OF THE WORD WIDTH IN THE ABOVE SENTENCE AND THE WORD, "GUIDELINES" ARE THEY INDIRECT OBJECTS, DIRECT OBJECTS, PREDICATE NOMINATIVES, PREDICATE ADJECTIVES, SUBJECT OR VERBS?

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    The expert identifies the parts of a sentence grammars are determined.

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