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What is a complete sentence?
A complete sentence is one that conveys a complete thought.
What are the two parts of a complete sentence?
Subject and Predicate
What does the subject do?
The subject tells us whom or what the sentence is about.
What does the predicate do?
The predicate tells us what is being said about the subject.
The first letter in a complete sentence must always be _____ and a complete sentence must end with a _____.
The first letter in a complete sentence must always be capitalized and a complete sentence must always end with a punctuation mark.
What is a noun?
A noun is the name of an object, place or concept.
What is a pronoun?
A pronoun replaces a noun with a more general form.
Some of the most common pronouns are
he, she, it, and they
What is a verb?
A verb describes an action or state of being.
What is an adjective?
An adjective describes a noun.
What is an adverb?
An adverb modifies a verb
What is a preposition?
A preposition is a word that relates a noun or pronoun to another word in a sentence
What is a conjunction?
A conjunction is a word that connects words, phrases, and clauses.
Some common conjunctions are
and, or, but, and if
What is an interjection?
An interjection is a word added to a sentence to emphasize an emotion.
Some common interjections are
Oh no! Hey! Ouch! Wow! and Ah!
At least one ___ or ____ should appear in the subject of a sentence
noun or pronoun
What are singular nouns and pronouns?
Singular nouns and pronouns refer tho a single object, person, place, or concept.
What are plural nouns and pronouns?
Plural nouns and pronouns refer to two or more objects, persons, places, or concepts.
What is the common rule for forming the plural of a noun?
The common rule for forming the plural of a noun is simply to add an -s to the end of the word.
When the singular form ends in s, sh, ch, x, or z you should....
add es to form the plural.
What should you do when the singular ends in y, and the letter before y is a consonate?
You should change the y to I, and add es.
For words ending in f or fe you should...
change the f to a v, and add es
Some plural nouns that are irregular and must be memorized are
mouse-mice, woman-women, tooth-teeth
Some nouns that do not change when spelling their plural forms are
deer-deer, fish-fish, sheep-sheep