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Noun
A person, a place, a thing or an idea.
Common Noun
Refers to a general class of person or thing.
Proper Noun
Refer to a specific person place or thing.
Pronoun
Words that we substitute for nouns.
Antecedent
Words which the pronoun refers to.
Verb
A part of speech that expresses action or a state of being.
Action Verb
If a verb tells us what a noun or pronoun does it is a?
Linking Verb
Expresses a state of being rather than an action.
Tense
The time when the action of the verb occurs.
Helping/Auxiliary Verbs
Suggests the time at which the action of the verb takes place and other kinds of meaning. These verbs always come before the main verb.
Verb Phrases
Verbs that consist of helping verbs and a main verb are called ...
Adjective
A word that modifies nouns or pronouns.
Possessive Pronouns
Pronouns that show ownership such as; my, your, her, his, our, and there.
Demonstrative Pronouns
Pronouns that point out or indicate.
Adverb
Are words that describe or modify verbs, adjectives, and other ______.
Preposition
Connecting words; at, by, from, and with you.
Object
The word that is following the preposition.
Prepositional Phrase
The preposition and its object are called a?
Conjunction
A word that joins words or groups of words.
Coordinating Conjunctions
Join words or word groups of equal importance or rank.
Correlative Conjunctions
Some coordinating conjunctions combine with other worlds. Both... and; either... or; neither....nor; and not only... but also.
Subordinating Conjunctions
Join unequal word groups or grammatical units.
Interjection
A word that expresses emotion and has no grammatical relationship with the rest of the sentence.
Mild Interjections
Expressions followed by a comma.
Strong Interjections
Expressions that require an exclamation mark.
twenty
Type the adjective, verb, or adverb that is modified by the singled quoted adverb; ‘Approximately’ twenty million Americans attend monster truck spectaculars every year.
derives
Type the adjective, verb, or adverb that is modified by the singled quoted adverb; The appeal of monster trucks ‘probably’ derives from the roar and the mud.
famous
Type the adjective, verb, or adverb that is modified by the singled quoted adverb; But the ‘most’ famous is Bigfoot, the product of Bob Chandler, the originator of the monster truck.
2
Type 1 if action verb. Type 2 if linking verb Type 3 if helping / auxiliary verb; Thanks to equally sharp eyesight, horses ‘are’ able to see distant leaves where another animal is scampering.
3
Type 1 if action verb. Type 2 if linking verb Type 3 if helping / auxiliary verb; Until a new horse’s place is determined within the group, many conflicts ‘may’ occur.
2
Type 1 if action verb. Type 2 if linking verb Type 3 if helping / auxiliary verb; Horses 'have' been pets and helpers to humans for thousands of years.