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21 Cards in this Set

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noun
naming words (person, place, or thing)
pronoun
replace nouns
Ex)he, she, his, hers, theirs, we, it, they, whose, who, i
adjective
describing words (describe nouns or pronouns)
Ex)a BLUE shirt
verb
doing words (action of a sentence)
Ex)they PLAYED and SANG
adverb
describe verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs
Ex)soon, here, very, gladly
conjunction
joining words
Ex) and, but, because, for, or, so, yet
preposition
connect nouns, pronouns, and other words
Ex)on, above, beneath, over, of, with, for, by, in
interjection
emotional response
Ex)oh, ouch, wow, ah
articles
one of the words a, am, or, the
exclamatory
with an exclamation mark
Ex)I know I can do this!
delaritive
declares something
Ex)the butterfly fluttered in and out of the bushes
imparative
telling something
Ex)come here and bring that book
interrogative
asking a question
Ex)when did you decide to join the team?
simple sentence
simple does not talk about more than one thing
Ex)the cougar ran over the rockey hill
compound
compound talks about more than one thing or has more detail
Ex)we chased the herd but we lost them past the forest
clause
a group of words with a subject and a predicate
main clause
talks about one certain thing
Ex)we started the race on time
subordinate
does not talk about one certain thing
Ex)while the dtriver was waiting for the signal
complex
made up of a main clause and one or more subordinate clauses
subject
is who or what the sentence is about
Ex)the CAR rolled down the hill
predicate
is the verb or the action that the subject does
Ex)the car ROLLED down the hill