Extra English homework Welcome to your Extra English homework This test is all about the names of both phrases and parts of a sentence. Use the hints to help you and try to teach whichever of these question you did not get right. Remember if you teach something you will remember 90% but if you just read over it you will only remember 20%. Email Name Group and time The boy behaved badly when he was in lockdown. What is the adverb in this sentence? boy behaved badly when lockdownHint She behaved badly during the lockdown. What is the pronoun in this sentence? She behaved badly during lockdownHint The picture hung above the fireplace. What is the preposition in this sentence? The picture hung above fireplaceHint She fell down the rabbit's hole. What is the verb in this sentence? She fell down rabbit's holeHint How many people live in New York? What is the proper noun in this sentence? How many people live New YorkHint How many people live in New York? What is the common noun in this sentence? How many people live New YorkHint To boldly go where no one has been before. "To boldly go" is an example of a... Metaphor Split Infinitive Onomatopea Palindrome SimileHint A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle. This sentence is an example of a .. Analogy Metaphor Parable Simile PalindromeHint In the story of the good Samaritan, the person who was regarded as the least honourable acted with the most compassion. This is an example of a Analogy Parable Biography Historical novel History bookHint Everyone's hair looked absolutely awful after lockdown. Which of these words is the adjective? Everyone's hair looked absolutely awfulHint She was as happy as could be after being let out of lockdown. This sentence is a ... Metaphor Simile Synonym Adjective VerbHint Donald Trump is an orange blancmange. This sentence is an example of Simile Adjective Split Infinitive Metaphor VerbHint Five G phone masts caused Corona Virus. Is an example of Fact Fiction Science Fiction Parable LevityHint He could hear the pitter - patter of raindrops. Pitter - Patter is a Simlile Metaphor Palindrome Adjective OnomatopeaHint Well done you scored %CORRECT_ANSWER% - try the test again in a few weeks without using the hints and see how you get on. Time is Up!Time is Up!