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  • What are a groups of words that expresses a complete thought?
    [sentences]

    sentence

    Two main parts of a sentence?
    [sentences]

    nominative and predicate

    What is the sentence subject?
    [sentences]

    nominative

    A group of sentences that develop a single topic?
    [sentences]

    paragraph

    What is a sentence that is not a complete thought?
    [sentences]

    fragment

    Main idea of the paragraph?
    [sentences]

    topic sentence

    First word of every sentence needs to be?
    [sentences]

    capitalized

    Tells who or what does or is something?
    [sentences]

    sentence subject

    Statement sentences end with?
    [sentences]

    period

    Question sentences end with?
    [sentences]

    question mark

    Command or Exclamation sentences end with?
    [sentences]

    exclamation mark

    What is a sentence with two complete thoughts that are separated with a comma and conjunction?
    [sentences]

    compound

    What is a incorrect sentence with two complete thoughts separated with just a comma?
    [sentences]

    comma splice

    Which sentences have direct object?
    [sentences]

    action

    What is a incorrect sentence with two complete thoughts with no separation?
    [sentences]

    run-on

    What is the normal sentence word order?
    [sentences]

    subject, predicate

    What is the active speech word order?
    [sentences]

    first subject second predicate

    What is it called when a sentence has part of the complete predicate before and part after the complete subject?
    [sentences]

    mixed word order

    7 word types used in sentences?
    [sentences]

    verb, noun, pronoun, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction

    What is the inverted sentence word order?
    [sentences]

    predicate, subject

    What is the passive Speech word order?
    [sentences]

    first predicate second subject

    How do you find the subject of a sentence?
    [sentences]

    find verb then ask who or what the verb is doing

    What is the predicate?
    [predicate]

    tells what the subject does or is

    What is the direct object?
    [predicate]

    object of action by the subject

    What is the verb and all other words that tell what the subject does or is called?
    [predicate]

    complete predicate

    What us just the main verb or verb phrase called?
    [predicate]

    simple predicate

    What does the predicate noun do?
    [predicate]

    renames the subject

    Where is the predicate noun located in a sentence?
    [predicate]

    follows a linking verb (be)

    What does the predicate adjective do?
    [predicate]

    describes subject

    Where is the predicate adjective located in a sentence?
    [predicate]

    follows a linking verb (be)

    What are compound subjects?
    [predicate]

    two or more subjects

    What are compound predicates?
    [predicate]

    two or more predicates

    What is an Adjective?
    [adjectives]

    describe or modify nouns and pronouns

    What do Adjectives tell?
    [adjectives]

    which, whose, how many, and what kind of

    What are the types of adjectives?
    [adjectives]

    limiting and descriptive

    What are limiting adjectives?
    [adjectives]

    tell which, whose, how many, articles

    What are the articles or noun markers?
    [adjectives]

    a, an, the

    Can you use possessive pronouns as adjectives?
    [adjectives]

    yes

    An adjectives that describes (opposite rough)?
    [adjectives]

    soft

    An adjective that compares how 2 items feel (opposite rough)?
    [adjectives]

    softer

    An adjective that compares how 3 or more items feel (opposite rough)?
    [adjectives]

    softest

    What is a verb?
    [verb]

    Action word or state of being

    What is a linking verb?
    [verb]

    state of being

    What are the helping verbs "Forms of be"?
    [verb]

    am, is, are, was, were, be, been, and being

    What are the helping verbs "Triple H"?
    [verb]

    have, has, and had

    What are the helping verbs "Triple D"?
    [verb]

    do, does, and did

    What are the helping verbs "Triple M"?
    [verb]

    may, might, and must

    What are the helping verbs "Twins"?
    [verb]

    can, could, shall, should, will, and would

    "Is" Plural or Singular
    [verb]

    singular

    "Are" Plural or Singular
    [verb]

    plural

    "Do" Plural or Singular
    [verb]

    plural

    "Does" Plural or Singular
    [verb]

    singular

    What is the verb phrase?
    [verb]

    main verb with any helping verbs

    What are the verb tenses (Time)?
    [verb]

    past, present, future

    Do verbs ending in "s" have a subject type of singular or plural?
    [verb]

    singular except I and you

    What are the principal parts of verbs?
    [verb]

    present, past(ed), past participle

    What are the regular past participles?
    [verb]

    present verb with helping verbs have, has, or had for past

    What are the principal parts of irregular verbs?
    [verb]

    no ed, but helping verb

    Which Sentences have Direct Object?
    [verb]

    action sentences

    Phonetic Zoo rule 1A /A/
    [Spelling]

    when ai says /A/, it comes in the middle

    Phonetic Zoo rule 1B /A/
    [Spelling]

    when ay says /A/, it comes at the end

    Phonetic Zoo rule 2 (i and e)
    [Spelling]

    i before e except after c

    Phonetic Zoo rule 3 (2 vowels)
    [Spelling]

    the first vowel of two usually does the talking

    Phonetic Zoo rule 4 (ough)
    [Spelling]

    oh, oo, uff, off, ah, ow

    A word in verb form that is used as another part of speech is called?
    [Nouns]

    verbal

    A a word in the -ing form of a verb used as a noun is called?
    [Nouns]

    gerund

    What is the basic form of a verb preceded by to (It may be used as a noun)?
    [Nouns]

    infinitive

    Verbal phrase consists of?
    [Nouns]

    a verbal and its complements

    Person, place, thing, or idea is a?
    [Nouns]

    Noun

    What names a specific person place or thing (cap)?
    [Nouns]

    Proper Nouns

    Singular possessive nouns add?
    [Nouns]

    's

    Plural possessive nouns add?
    [Nouns]

    s'

    Noun that comes after another noun that gives information about it is called?
    [Nouns]

    Appositive

    Appositive that are Modified by Adjectives are?
    [Nouns]

    set off by commas

    Names the person to who we are speaking to is called?
    [Nouns]

    direct address

    Nouns of Direct Address are set off by?
    [Nouns]

    commas

    Naming something physical is called?
    [Nouns]

    concrete noun

    Naming something not physical?
    [Nouns]

    abstract noun

    Male noun, son, is called?
    [Nouns]

    masculine

    Female noun, daughter is called?
    [Nouns]

    feminine

    Neither male nor female noun, book is called?
    [Nouns]

    neuter

    Either male or female noun, child is called?
    [Nouns]

    Common

    Possessive Noun usually functions as an?
    [Nouns]

    adjective

    Most singular nouns and for plural nouns not ending in -s, the possessive is made by?
    [Nouns]

    adding 's

    A Plural noun ending with -s, the possessive form is made by?
    [Nouns]

    adding '

    Nouns naming person or animals are normally written in the?
    [Nouns]

    possessive form

    To show that two or more persons or things have joint ownership, add an apostrophe where?
    [Nouns]

    last word of compound

    To show that two or more person or things have separate ownership of two similar items, add apostrophe where?
    [Nouns]

    each word

    What is a pronoun?
    [Pronoun]

    Takes the place of a noun

    The noun for which the pronoun stands is called?
    [Pronoun]

    antecedent

    "This", "that", "these", and "those" tell (but they can also take place of the noun)?
    [Pronoun]

    which about noun

    "This" and "that" are?
    [Pronoun]

    singular pronouns

    "These" and "those" are?
    [Pronoun]

    plural pronouns

    "This" and "these" refer to?
    [Pronoun]

    close at hand

    "That" and "those" refer to?
    [Pronoun]

    things at distance

    "Them" is not a?
    [Pronoun]

    subject pronoun

    Classes of Personal Pronouns?
    [Pronoun]

    nominative, objective, possessive

    Pronoun in the First Person?
    [Pronoun]

    speaker

    Pronoun in the Second Person?
    [Pronoun]

    person spoken to

    Pronoun in the Third Person?
    [Pronoun]

    person spoken about

    Nominative Pronouns Singular (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]

    I; you; he, she, it

    Nominative Pronouns Plural (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]

    we; you; they

    Object Pronouns Singular (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]

    me; you; him, her, it

    Object Pronouns Plural (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]

    us; you; them

    Possessive Pronouns Singular (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]

    my, mine; your, yours; his, her, hers, its

    Possessive Pronouns Plural (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]

    our, ours; your, yours; their, theirs

    What are the Demonstrative Pronouns?
    [Pronoun]

    this, that, these, those, not them

    Demonstrative Pronouns placement?
    [Pronoun]

    nominative with "be" verbs

    No Do Use Demonstrative Pronouns with?
    [Pronoun]

    here, there

    Indefinite Pronouns Usage do not refer to?
    [Pronoun]

    specific person, place, and thing

    The pronouns: one, no one, each, anyone, anybody, everyone, everybody, someone, somebody, nobody are called?
    [Pronoun]

    indefinite pronouns

    The Singular Verb Indefinite Pronouns are?
    [Pronoun]

    someone, anybody, each

    The Plural Verb Indefinite Pronouns are?
    [Pronoun]

    both, few, several, many

    Interrogative Pronouns Usage ask what?
    [Pronoun]

    a question

    The Interrogative Pronouns are?
    [Pronoun]

    who, whom, whose, which, and what

    The Interrogative Pronoun in Nominative Case is?
    [Pronoun]

    who

    The Interrogative Pronoun in Object Case is?
    [Pronoun]

    whom

    The Prepositions for object pronouns are?
    [Pronoun]

    to, in, from, with, for, after

    Possessive Pronouns show and have?
    [Pronoun]

    ownership, no apostrophe

    Use "me" or "I" first or second?
    [Pronoun]

    always second

    Can we use pronouns and nouns together when speaking about others?
    [Pronoun]

    not together

    Personal Pronouns indicate?
    [Pronoun]

    person, quanity, case and gender

    What is an adjective?
    [Adjective]

    describes or modifies nouns and pronouns

    Adjective Tell what?
    [Adjective]

    which, whose, how many, and what kind of

    Adjective Types are?
    [Adjective]

    limiting, descriptive

    Limiting Adjectives tell?
    [Adjective]

    which, whose, how many, articles

    Articles or Noun markers are?
    [Adjective]

    a, an, the

    Possessive pronouns can be used as?
    [Adjective]

    adjectives

    Adjectives that compare soft (describe, 2 items, 3 or more)?
    [Adjective]

    soft, softer, softest

    Predicate adjectives comes after what?
    [Adjective]

    linking verb

    Predicate adjectives comes modifies what?
    [Adjective]

    subject

    Appositive adjectives comes immediately after what?
    [Adjective]

    noun they modify

    Appositive adjectives set off by?
    [Adjective]

    comas

    Adverb modifies?
    [Adverb]

    verbs, adjectives and other adverbs

    Adverbs tell?
    [Adverb]

    how,when, where, or to what degree

    The location of adverbs can come where?
    [Adverb]

    any part of sentence

    Many Adverbs end in?
    [Adverb]

    ly

    Some examples of adverbs are?
    [Adverb]

    how, when, where, not, never, always, and hardly

    Adverbs that compare time with word late (describe, 2 items, 3 or more)?
    [Adverb]

    late, later, latest

    What do we not used together?
    [Adverb]

    two negative words

    Prepositions connect what?
    [Preposition]

    word that begins a phrase

    Object of preposition is a what?
    [Preposition]

    noun or pronoun

    Common prepositions include?
    [Preposition]

    across, after, around, behind, down, for, in, on, to, with

    Prepositional phrase can come where is sentence?
    [Preposition]

    any part

    Prepositional phrase may be used as a what?
    [Preposition]

    adjective or adverb

    Adjective Phrase is a prepositional phrase that modifies a noun that tell?
    [Preposition]

    which or which kind of

    Adjective Phrase can come where is sentence?
    [Preposition]

    right after the noun it modifies

    Adverb phrase location?
    [Preposition]

    anywhere in sentence

    Adverb phrase is a prepositional phrase that modifies a noun that tells?
    [Preposition]

    how, when, and where

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