Subject and Object Complements Worksheets
Hone in on our free, printable subject and object complements worksheets and be a dab hand at a key topic in grammar! The function of a complement is to complete the predicate in a sentence. A subject complement, which follows a linking verb, defines/renames the subject. An object complement comes after the object, as "funny" in "We found Tim funny". Identifying subject complements, scouting out object complements, writing sentences using complements, and categorizing complements as subject and object are some exercises included in this collection.
These worksheets are ideal for students in grade 6, grade 7 and grade 8.
Galvanize the young grammarians in 6th grade and 7th grade into swift action with this identifying the subject complement in a sentence worksheet! Let them peruse these sentences and underline the subject complements.
When was the last time the school named you "head girl"? Rest easy and assured about object complements with this part of our subject and object complements worksheets for 8th grade, where students identify the object complements in sentences.
The subject complement can be a noun or an adjective, and the object complement is no different. In this subject and object complement worksheet pdf, grade 8 students underline the complement and tell if it's a subject complement or an object complement.
Don't let students' identifying subject and object complement practice feel samey! Add to it stacks of vim and vigor with this writing subject-complement sentences using guidelines printable, where each question feels like a breath of fresh air.
Part of the key for grade 6 and grade 7 children to nail object complements is to get used the verbs, like "prove", "name", or "paint", that form object-complement sentences. Write object-complement sentences following instructions in this exercise.