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Formula: Stephanie and James wanted to go to the store.
a) SSVV b) SVV c) SSV d) SV
Verb(s): Jenny would like to play in the park.
a) would like-play b) would c) play d) would like
Formula: Tina baked and decorated the cake.
a) SVV b) SSVV c) SSV d) SV
Subject(s): Papa John's has the best pizza in the world.
a) John's b) Papa John's c) pizza d) Papa
Verb(s): Tom does not like to play in the water.
a) play b) does not like c) like d) does like
Formula: Sarah and Tom wanted to play and eat at the park.
a) SSVV b) SVV c) SSV d) SV
Prepositional Phrase: Tom wanted to run to the playground.
a) to run b) wanted c) to the playground d) Tom
Subject(s): Tony could not see the road in the driving rain.
a) rain b) road c) Tony d) could not see
Verb(s): Tony could not see the road in the driving rain.
a) Tony b) could not see c) driving d) could see
Prepositional Phrase: Tony could not see the road in the driving rain.
a) Tony b) could not see c) see the road d) in the driving rain
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