LinguiSHTIK® ORDER OF PLAY SHEET: MIDDLE DIVISION

Player One Rolls cubes and states either a Sentence Pattern, Structure, or Purpose.
Pattern
S-V S-V-DO S-LV-PN S-V-DO-OC (noun)
Inverted S-V-IO-DO S-LV-PA S-V-DO-OC (adj.)
Structure
simple complex compound compound-complex
Purpose
declarative interrogative imperative exclamatory
Player Two Uses a Black or Green cube to state a Type Demand.
Parts of Speech
Noun Pronoun Verb Adjective
Adverb Preposition Conjunction Interjection
Player Three Uses a Black or Green cube to state a Function Demand.
Noun or Pronoun Subject Direct Object Indirect Object
Object of Preposition Predicate Nominative Appositive
Objective Complement Noun Adjunct (not for pronouns)
FORBIDDEN - Demanding an appositive be restrictive.
Verb Simple Present Tense Simple Past Tense Simple Future Tense
Present Perfect Tense Past Perfect Tense Future Perfect Tense
Present Progressive Past Progressive Future Progressive
Present Perfect Progressive Past Perfect Progressive Future Perfect Progressive
+Infinitive +Gerund Participle
+Functions may be called for Infinitives and Gerunds.
Adjective Noun or Pronoun Modifier   Adjacent Adjective
Predicate Adjective Objective Complement
Adverb Verb Modifier Adjective Modifier Adverb Modifier
Prepostion Introductory Word in an Adjective Phrase   Introductory Word in an Adverb Phrase
FORBIDDEN - Compound Preposition.
Conjunction Subordinate Conjunction   Conjunctive Adverb
FORBIDDEN - Correlative Conjunction.
Interjection No function demand.
Instead the second demand becomes a general demand.
NOTE ON INTERJECTIONS: A word may be used as an interjection if it is listed in the official dictionary as such or is in accordance with the definition in the official grammar reference combined with common sense and all other rules on words.
General Demands
A. Color Wild B. Must Contain C. Must Not Contain D. Letter Transfer
E. Number of Letters F. Double Vowel G. Double Consonant
H. Nouns
     1. *singular        5. concrete
     2. *plural      6. nominative case
     3. collective      7. objective case
     4. abstract  
* May not be used with noun adjunct.
I. Pronouns
    1. singular       6. demonstrative
    2. plural     7. relative
    3. personal     8. nominative case
    4. indefinite     9. objective case
    5. interrogative     
J. Verbs
     1. singular         8. **emphatic form
     2. plural       9. present participle
     3. linking      10. past participle
     4. auxiliary      11. active voice
     5. regular      12. passive voice
     6. irregular      13. transitive
     7. imperative mood      14. intransitive
** Player may choose to designate present or past.
FORBIDDEN: Demanding that verb be conditional tense.
K. Adjectives
     1. positive degree of comparison        4. possessive noun
     2. ***comparative degree of comparison      5. possessive pronoun
     3. ***superlative degree of comparison      
*** If these are demanded, player may also indicate regular or irregular.
L. Adverbs
     1. positive degree of comparison        2. ***comparative degree of comparison
     3. ***superlative degree of comparison      
*** If these are demanded, player may also indicate regular or irregular.
M. Clauses **** (Word Must Be Contained In ...)
     1. independent        5. noun
     2. dependent (subordinate)      6. relative
     3. adjective      7. infinitive
     4. adverb      
**** Only two clauses or phrases totally may be demanded in a shake.
This maximum number represents a combination of both phrases and clauses.
Two of each may not be demanded in the same shake.
N. Phrases **** (Word Must Be Contained In ...)
     1. infinitive        5. verb
     2. gerund      6. adjective
     3. participial      7. adverb
     4. appositive      8. prepositional
O. Must Be Part of a Direct Quote (Proper punctuation is required.)
P. Must Be a Compound Word

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