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A group of letters added to the beginning or end of a word to make a new word. It can be a suffix or a prefix
A shorter form of a group of words, which usually occurs in auxiliary verbs.
To express or communicate meaning.
a language pattern, e.g. present perfect simple.
the way a grammatical structure is written or pronounced and the parts which combine to make it
part of speech
A way of categorising words according to their grammatical function and meaning, e.g. noun, verb, adjective, pronoun, adverb, preposition, conjunction.
Is a letter or group of letters added to the beginning of a word to make a new word.
Letter(s) added at the end of a word to make a new word, e.g. good – goodness.
An interesting or important part or characteristic of it.
words to express thoughts, feelings or complex ideas, which cannot be seen or touched
Relating to real or specific ideas or concepts
A short form of a word or phrase.
A set of letters representing the first letters of two or more words, usually of a name or title.
In an active sentence, the subject of the verb usually does or causes the action.
To examine or think about something in detail in order to understand it or get to know it better
can do statements
Sentences that describe language learners’ language use or level of ability.
To put things into the group to which they belong.
A letter of the form and size used at the beginning of a sentence or a name.
Any pair or group of words commonly found together or near one another.
Subject and a finite verb relating to the subject and any other elements.
A way of looking at verb forms not purely in relation to time.
A question which leads to a yes/no answer or another very short response.
When ideas fit together clearly and smoothly, and so are logical and make sense.
The reason or purpose for communication, e.g. making a suggestion; giving advice.
Words or phrases that complete the meaning of another word or a sentence
Noun, verb, adjective or prepositions made up of two or more words and have one unit of meaning.
Understanding a spoken or written text.
Idea or meaning.
Start with a wh- word and expect information in reply; not just yes or no.
introduce wh- questions and indirect questions.
A list of key words required for learning subject concepts.
One of the grammatical groups into which words are divided depending on their use
Something reached by effort; something done successfully.
General word which is the name for a category/ type of thing, e.g. vehicle is for car.
A word used to show an action, state, event or process, e.g. I like cheese; He speaks Italian.
a person, place or thing
Describes or gives more information about a noun or pronoun.
describes or gives more information about how, when, where, or to what degree etc something is done
A word that replaces or refers to a noun or noun phrase just mentioned.
A word used before a noun, pronoun or gerund to connect it to another word, e.g. He was in the garden.
used to connect words, phrases, clauses or sentences
It can be definite (the), indefinite (a/an) or zero (-)
A word, phrase or clause acting as an adverb.
Used to make clear which noun is referred to, or to give information about quantity
used after a sentence to show excitement, surprise or shock
A grammatical word, (an adverb or preposition).