Parts of Speech Review

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Parts of Speech Review
G Hamilton
Flashcards by G Hamilton, updated more than 1 year ago
G Hamilton
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Nouns Verbs Adjectives Preposition Conjunction Pronoun Interjection Adverb
A person, place, thing , or idea Concrete - something you can touch (dog) Abstract - concept or idea (love) Proper - specific person or place (Ava) Common (book) Collective (team) countable (cars) uncountable (air)
Action word action (rode) linking - connects the subject and predicate adjective or noun, does not describe action (is, am, has been)
describes a noun by answering: how many (five girls) what kind (good day, blue shirt)
describes relationship between object and another word by telling location (above) time (before) direction (from) prepositional phrase - phrase that starts with preposition and ends with a noun/pronoun (around the corner)
connects two words, phrases, clauses, or sentences coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS) For (because) And (in addition to) Nor (not) But (however) Or (either) Yet (but) So (therefore) subordinate conjunctions
a word that replaces a noun personal - refers to person (she) object - (Look at ___.) possessive - shows ownership (hers) demonstrative - (__ is my sister's book.) interrogative - begins a question (whom) Reflexive ends with self/selves indefinite - doesn't refer to definite noun (everyone)
captures bursts of emotions and feelings Wow Yikes Awesome Yuck Hurray Congratulations
describes an adjective by stating how much (many) how often (seldom) when (yesterday) how (quietly)
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