1. With one graceful motion, the shortstop fielded the grounder and threw to first base.
2. Like human mothers, sheep and goat mothers develop close bonds with their babies.
3. Before class, Antonietta and Jorge rushed to the coffee machine in the hall.
4.I shifted un confortably on the lump mattress before falling into a restless sleep.
5. Waitinh in the long tickect line, matt shifted his weight from one foot to another.
These look like actual homework problems so I'll help with the first 2 then you can figure the rest out.
1. fielded, threw (verbs); shortstop (subject); with, to (prepositions)
2. develop (verb); sheep, goat mother (subjects); with (prepostions)
Verbs are any action words like fielded or threw.
Subjects are the nouns in the sentence before the verb.
Prepositions kind of tell the position of things. Basically use the old rule "anywhere a cat can go" for example a cat can go on, under, to, with, beside, etc. (Just FYI a prepositional phrase is everything from the preposition to the noun)
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