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i need to find the Verb, Subject, Linking Verb, Indirect Object, Direct Object, Subject Compliment and the Objective Complement and the preposition phrases.

Here are the question and my answer, can someone tell me what I did wrong on theses, The computer isn't telling me.

Sandy's throw to first base was short.
subject = throw
verb= short
objective complement = was
preposititional phrase= to first base

Macrame always gives her a wonderful felling of restfulness.
Subject= Macrame
verb= gives
prepositional phrase= of the restfulness.

Those mustard pickles taste too sour for me.
Subject pickles
verb= taster
Direct object= sour
Prep. Phrase = for me

Maine eastern Boundatory is the western edge of the Atlantic ocean.
S-boundatory
v-edge
lv-is
prep phrase- of the Atlantic Ocean

The minister called the old lady a saint.
s-Minsiter
v-called
IO-lady
Do-saint

The only care for him is one of those new GTOs.
s-car
v-us
lv-one
prep p.- of those new gtos

The Committe elected george Chairman.
S-committee
V-elected
IO-George
DO-chairman

The Gerrards consider their son a genius
S-Gerrards
V-consider
DO- son
IO- genuis

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  1. Sandy's throw to first base was short.
    Only the prepositional phrase is correct.

    Macrame always gives her a wonderful felling of restfulness.
    You missed the direct and indirect objects.

    Those mustard pickles taste too sour for me.
    Sour is not a direct object.

    Maine eastern Boundatory is the western edge of the Atlantic ocean.
    Edge is not a verb. You missed the subject complement.

    The minister called the old lady a saint.
    There is no indirect object in this sentence. What about a subject complement?

    The only car for him is one of those new GTOs.
    You missed a prepositional phrase. One is not a verb.

    The Committe elected george Chairman
    No indirect object. What about a object complement?

    The Gerrards consider their son a genius.

    See above.

  2. YOU ARE DUMB

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  3. the committee elected george chairman

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  4. please help with Identify the sentence parts by putting the red abbreviations to their correct locations. Put parentheses around the prepositional phrases. Identify the subject, verb, and any complements (direct object, indirect object, subject complement, objective complement).
    Sandy's throw to first base was short

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