Learn to diagram sentences with these grammar worksheets.
BasicSimple, Two-Word Sentences Free
These sentences have only two words- a noun and a verb. Create a diagram by separating the subject from the predicate.Sentences with Two Subjects Free
Diagram these sentences. Each one has double subjects, a conjunction, and an action verb.Sentences with Two Predicates Free
These simple sentences each contain one noun and a double predicate with two action verbs.Two Subjects and Two Predicates Member
These sentences contain two simple subjects and two simple predicates. Practice diagramming these sentences.Review: Double Subjects & Predicates Member
Diagram the sentences. Each statement has one or two nouns and one or two verbs.Sentences With Adjectives Member
Each statement on this page contains one or more adjectives and/or articles.Sentences With Adverbs Member
Identify the verbs and adverbs, then make a diagram.Review: Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs Member
Diagram these basic sentences with nouns (simple subjects), verbs (simple predicates), adverbs, and adjectives.
IntermediateDiagramming Adverbs and Adjectives Free
These sentences have adjectives, adverbs, or both. Draw a diagram of each sentence.Direct Objects Member
Direct Objects are nouns in the predicate that receive the action of verbs. Identify the direct objects and try diagramming the sentences.Linking Verbs Member
Linking verbs connect a subject to it's predicate. Common linking verbs include be, am, is, are, was, were, been, smell, look, taste, feel, and sound.Adjectives, Adverbs, and Direct Objects Member
This diagramming worksheet is tricky because it contains a mix of adjectives, adverbs, and direct objects.
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