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NOUN
PERSON, PLACE, THING
COUNTABLE NOUNS
THINGS YOU CAN COUNT,
CAN BE PLURAL
IE (CHILD, CHILDREN)
(FRIEND, FRIENDS)
NONCOUNTABLE NOUNS
THIKNGS YOU CANT COUNT
COURAGE, ADVICE INFORMATION
A THING!
PROPER NOUNS
NAMES SPECIFIC PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ORGANIZATION, MONTHS, DAYS OF HTE WEEK. THEY ARE CAPITALIZED
CENTRAL COLLEGE, FRIDAY, MOTHER JONES,
COMMON NOUNS
GENERAL PERSONS, PLACES, THINKGS OR ABSTACT CONCEPTS
IE: PARENT, SCHOOL, WEEKDAYS
COLLECTIVE NOUNS
NAME GROUPS BUT ARE REFERRED TO AS SINGLE
COMMUNITY, AUDIENCE
PRONOUNS
SUSTITUTE OR REFER TO NOUNS
PERSONAL PRONOUNS
SPECIFIC PERSONS, PLACES OR THINGS
IE: HER, ME, OURS, MINE
THAT CAKE IS MINE
INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
NONSPECIFIC PERSONNS, PLACEES OR THINGS
IE: ALL, ANY , ANYBODY, BOTH, EVERY, SEVERAL, SOME
DOES ANYBODY KNOW HOW TO GET THERE?
REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS
REFER BACK TO THE SUBJECT OR ANTOHER NOUN
MYSELF , OURSELVES, HERSELF
MEGAN TRAVELED BY HERSELF
INTENSIVE PRONOUNS
EMPHASIZE A NOUN
MEGAN HERSELF MADE HTE ARRANGEMENT
RELATIVE PRONOUNS
INTRODUCE INDEP. CLAUSES
WHO, WHOM, WHOSE, WHATEVER
INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS:
BEGIN WITH QUESTIONS
WHO, WHIOM? WHICHEVER?
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS:
POINT BACK TO ANTECEDENTS NOUN, PHRASES OR CLAUSES THIS THEAT THESE THOSE
THAT WAS FANTASTIC
THOSE ARE BETTER THEN THESE
vERBS
ACTION WORDS!
AUXILIARY
HELP THE MAIN VERB
TO BE
TO DO
TO HAVE

FRIDA PAINTS WELL,
FRIDA HAS PAINTED WELL
MODALS
PROBABILITY
MAY MIGHT,
COULD CAN
SALL THOUGH
TRANSITIVE VERTS
SHOW ACTION AND TRANSER TO THE DIRECT OBJECT
TRANSITIVE VERBS
SHOW ACTION AND TRANFER TEH ACTION
INTRANSITIVE
SHOW ACTION ADN DONT TRANSFER
LINKING VERTS
LINK SUBJECT TO ANOTERH WORD AFTER VERB
IE FRIEDS SEEMS LOVELY
VERB TENSES
PAST PRESENT
FUTURE PERFECT
VERB MOODS
INDICATIVE, IMPERATIVE AND SUBJEUNCTIVE
ADJECTIVES M
MODIFY NOUNS OR VERBS
verbal phrases
formed from verbs btu function as nouns or modifiers
infinitives
to have
to hold
gerund
ing ... create claused.. act as noun
participials
inggggg function as adj!
appositive phrases
describes nouns... uses commas to set off
absolute phrase
modify the whole sent or clause
clauses
subject and verb
independant clause
complete idea!!
dependant clause
cant stand alone
affect
verb to influence
effect
noun the result
advice
noun -- teacher gave advice
advise
verb -- she advised me to
between
bwtween 2
noun
among
verb .. share among many things
verbal phrases
formed from verbs btu function as nouns or modifiers
infinitives
to have
to hold
gerund
ing ... create claused.. act as noun
participials
inggggg function as adj!
appositive phrases
describes nouns... uses commas to set off
absolute phrase
modify the whole sent or clause
clauses
subject and verb
independant clause
complete idea!!
dependant clause
cant stand alone
affect
verb to influence
effect
noun the result
advice
noun -- teacher gave advice
advise
verb -- she advised me to
between
bwtween 2
noun
among
verb .. share among many things
elicit
to draw out
illicit
illegal
bad
adj
badly
adverb
farther
distance
further
degree
fewer
countable
less
quantities or amounts
good
adj
well
adverb
hanged
bodies
hung
objects
imply
suggesst
infer
deduce
irreguarless !! not a word!
reguarless
lay
transitive -- take direct object
lie intransitive
to recline
lend
verb
loan
noun
media plural of
medium
prejudice noun
prejudiced is adj
principal
in school
principle
thing to know
who/ whom
people