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word used to show the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word and they show location.
preposition
a noun that is singular but names a group
collective noun
expresses an action directed toward a peson or a thing
EX The British FOUGHT the French for control of parts of Canada.
Transitive
emphasizes a noun or another pronoun
EX. Yoko dilaed the long distance number HERSELF
Intensive pronoun
also called a STATE oF BEING VERB, links the subject with a noun, pronoun, or adjective
EX This apple TASTES crisp
linking verb
introduces a subordinate clause(a clause that cannot stand alone)
EX. I know WHO will be the guest speaker.
who whom whose which that
relative pronoun
word used in plave of one or more nouns
pronouns
word used to modify or describe a noun or a pronoun
adjective
expresses action without reference to an object
EX The British and the French FOUGHT for land control.
Intransitive verb
points out a person, plave , thing , or idea
THAT was a wonderful movie! I like THESE better then THOSE
this that these those
demonstrative pronoun
introduces a question
EX.WHAT is today's date? WHOSE umbrella is this?
who whom whose which what
interrogative pronoun
used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. It tells where, when how or to what extent, and how often or how much
EX. We stayed INSIDE. It was an UNUSUALLY quiet morning.
adverb
refers to a person, plave, or thing that is not specifically named
EX NOBODY knows yet who won the election. ALL of us need help.
all each either everyone several nobody someone
indefinite pronoun
a word used to join words or groups of works
conjunction
expresses activity, whether physical or mental
PHYS=run cook build swim walk
MENT=like trust remember forget worry
~can be transitive or intransitive
action verb
refers to the subject and directs the actions of the verb back to the subject
EX you can help YOURSELF
reflexive pronoun
words used to connect sentence parts taht are used in the same way.
coo- My mom AND dad said that I can go
cor- NEITHER Heta NOR Evan had read the book
and but or nor
coordinating conjunctions and correlative conjenctions(pairs of conjenctions)
word used to show action or a state of being
verb
a noun that cannot be physically touched
abstract noun
names a specific person, plave, or thing (always capitalized)
proper noun
a noun that can be physically touched
concrete noun
names a general person, place, thing, or idea
common noun
first person= i, my, mine, me, we, our, ours, us~ second person= you, your, yours~ third person= he, his, him, she, her, hers, it, its, they, their, theirs, them
personal pronouns
the noun that the pronoun replaces
EX. LIAN showed HER dad her new BOOK and put IT on the desk
antecedent
word used to express emotion. It has no grammatical relation to the other words i the sentence. It is set off from the rest of the sentence be an exclamation point or comma

EX. WOW! I can't believe we won that game in the fianl second
WELL, it certainly was an exciting game, wasn't it?
interjection
a person place thing or idea
Noun