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Grammar Basics

Teacher: Mary Reading
Article such as "a" or "an"
Subclass of nouns and substitution for a noun
Present or past and always function as an adjective (flying) (Defeated)
Make statements
Conjunction that one unit is more important than the other
Name of a person, place, thing, or action.
Article such as "THE"
voice when the subject of the sentence is acted on by the verb. For example, in “The ball was thrown by the pitcher,” the ball (the subject) receives the action of the verb, and was thrown is in the passive voice. The same sentence cast in the active voice would be, “The pitcher threw the ball.”
Word like oops, ugh, and ah
Grammatical structure that underlie sentence. Has a subject and predicate but not always a sentence.
Used to express strong emotions
Incomplete sentences
Pronoun such as All, Any, anyone, anybody, anything...
Action of the subject
Indicate relationship of nouns or pronouns to other parts of a sentence (of, for)
Pronoun that is I, you, he, she, we, they, me, him...
Conjunction that indicates units of equal status
Pronoun: Which, what, that, who, whom
Pronoun: Who, Which, What, Where
Announces what the sentence is about
Pronoun: myself, ourselves, yourself, yourselves, himself, herself, itself, themselves
Pronoun such as this, that, these, those
Base or to form of a verb. Can be used in place of a noun, adjective, or adverb
Pronoun such as my, mine, his, hers, its, our, ours, your, yours, their, theirs
Modify verbs and entire clauses
a verb, as run, think, or soothe, that expresses something that a person, animal, object, or process in nature can do