Voyages in English 2018 Gr. 5 Practice Bk

© Loyola Press. Voyages in English Grade 5 12 • Section 1 Name Date For additional help, review pages 14–15 in your textbook or visit www.voyagesinenglish.com. A noun can be used as a direct object of a verb. The direct object answers the question whom or what after an action verb. A noun can also be the object of a preposition. Prepositions show place, time, direction, and relationship. Circle the verb and underline the direct object in each sentence. Write whether the direct object tells whom or what. 1. A cartoonist draws cartoons. 2. These cartoons show people in funny situations. 3. A cartoonist first sketches pictures with a pencil. 4. I drew my best friend as a cartoon character. 5. Both magazines and newspapers print cartoons. Circle the preposition in each sentence. Then underline the object of the preposition. 6. Artists throughout the world use clay. 7. Admirers of this local artist collect his work. 8. My art teacher has studied art for many years. 9. These paintings on the wall were completed recently. 10. I would really like a portrait of my new puppy. Complete each sentence by writing a direct object and an object of a preposition. 11. Brent practices with the school . 12. Our team won a in the . 13. I wrote a after . 14. The coach of my demonstrated . 15. Children around our often play . 16. A group of hiked the yesterday. Write three sentences about things you enjoy doing and when or where you do them. Underline each direct object and circle each object of a preposition. 17. 18. 19. 1.7 Nouns as Objects

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