English Language AS/A2 Terminology

Caitlin Damsell
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Quiz surrounding written/lexis-based terminology needed for English Language AS/A2

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Question 1

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'this, that, these, those' are examples of what kind of pronoun?
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  • Relative
  • Interrogative
  • Demonstrative

Question 2

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A [blank_start]gerund[blank_end] is when verbs function as nouns.
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  • gerund

Question 3

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What word would we refer to as the Definite Article?
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  • a
  • this
  • the

Question 4

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What words would we refer to as the Indefinite Article?
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  • the, this
  • a, an
  • I, me

Question 5

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'first, second, third' are examples of [blank_start]ordinal determiners[blank_end] 'one, two, three' are examples of [blank_start]cardinal determiners[blank_end]
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  • cardinal determiners
  • ordinal determiners

Question 6

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Which word would be referred to as a Third Person Singular Subject Pronoun?
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  • they
  • me
  • he

Question 7

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What type of adjective is in this sentence?: 'The blue car'
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  • Predicative
  • Attributive
  • Comparative

Question 8

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How many different types of verb are there?
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  • 8
  • 10
  • 12

Question 9

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A [blank_start]dynamic[blank_end] verb describes actions that may be physical. [blank_start]Stative[blank_end] verbs describe states of being/processes that have no obvious action.
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  • dynamic
  • Stative

Question 10

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Which type of verb isn't limited by an object?
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  • Intransitive
  • Transitive

Question 11

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What type of words answer the questions 'when, where and how'?
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  • Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Pronouns

Question 12

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Adverbs can modify.
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  • True
  • False

Question 13

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Adjuncts, Subjuncts, Conjuncts and Disjuncts are all type of what?
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  • Adverbs
  • Noun Phrases
  • Adverbials

Question 14

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What is a phrasal verb?
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  • a verb used within a phrase, sometimes used as a conjunction.
  • a phrase consisting of a verb and another element

Question 15

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What are particles used in?
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  • Subordinating Clause
  • Phrasal Verb

Question 16

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Which are co-ordinating conjunctions?
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  • both, whether, either, nor, not, also
  • for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so

Question 17

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Identify the noun phrase.
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  • Bob nodded as if he understood.
  • The book was on the table.
  • The senile old man was confused.

Question 18

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Identify the verb phrase.
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  • I waited for a while.
  • She smelled of strawberries and cream.
  • He was eager to eat dinner.

Question 19

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There are 3 types of sentence type.
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  • True
  • False

Question 20

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Identify the Minor Sentence.
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  • The snow falls.
  • Be quiet.
  • I went into town.

Question 21

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A [blank_start]compound-complex[blank_end] sentence is made up of at least two co-ordinate clauses connected by a co-ordinating conjunction, and at least one subordinate clause.
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  • compound-complex

Question 22

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What type of sentence mood is this?: 'Give the chocolate to me.'
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  • Exclamatory
  • Declarative
  • Interrogative

Question 23

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What are examples of Intensifiers?
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  • this, that, those
  • very, so
  • better, cleaner

Question 24

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[blank_start]Comparative[blank_end] adjectives offer contrasts/comparisons ending in '-er', whilst [blank_start]superlative[blank_end] adjectives often add '-est'
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  • Comparative
  • superlative

Question 25

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Identify the Oxymoron.
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  • Beautifully painful
  • Cruel bat
  • Worst thing ever
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