Gain a deeper insight into how nouns, pronouns, adjectives or phrases function as subject or object complements in a sentence, to provide additional details and information, thereby making it more meaningful. Our pdf worksheets on subject and object complements will help children of grade 6, grade 7 and grade 8 define, identify, use and create phrases that function as complements. Explore some of these handouts for free!
Identify the type of Complement
Reading a sentence to pick out the phrase that is functioning as a complement and discerning its type, is a great practice to gain a better understanding of complements.
Identify the Object Complement
Learn to spot the words or phrases that are placed after the direct object to bring enhanced meaning to the sentence from this printable worksheet on object complement.
Subject and Object Complement Chart
This visually delightful printable chart provides simple definitions of a subject complement, and an object complement using examples to familiarize 6th grade students with the terms.
Pick out the Complement
Observe and learn how subject and object complements complete sentences more meaningfully with this printable worksheet of recognizing and describing the type of complement used.
Identify the Objects & Object Complements
Understanding the grammatical structure of a sentence to spot words and phrases that function as object complements will serve as an effective review exercise for 7th grade children.
Identify the Subject Complement
Students of middle school will learn to identify subject complements used in a sentence with this worksheet pdf that requires them to underline words or phrases functioning thus.
Sentences with Subject Complements
Engage children of grade 6 and grade 7, in this review exercise worksheet of identifying subjects complements in sentences, to help them reflect analytically on the usage.
Identify the Verb, DO, IO and OC
contUse this 8th grade subject-object complement worksheet pdf as a constructive practice in identifying verbs as linking or action, direct objects, indirect objects and object complements in sentences.ent