What is a sentence with two complete thoughts that are separated with a comma and conjunction?
What is a incorrect sentence with two complete thoughts separated with just a comma?
What is it called when a sentence has part of the complete predicate before and part after the complete subject?
mixed word order
7 word types used in sentences?
verb, noun, pronoun, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction
How do you find the subject of a sentence?
find verb then ask who or what the verb is doing
What is the verb and all other words that tell what the subject does or is called?
What are the regular past participles?
present verb with helping verbs have, has, or had for past
Most singular nouns and for plural nouns not ending in -s, the possessive is made by?
To show that two or more persons or things have joint ownership, add an apostrophe where?
last word of compound
To show that two or more person or things have separate ownership of two similar items, add apostrophe where?
"This", "that", "these", and "those" tell (but they can also take place of the noun)?
which about noun
Nominative Pronouns Singular (first person; second person; third person)?
I; you; he, she, it
Object Pronouns Singular (first person; second person; third person)?
me; you; him, her, it
Possessive Pronouns Singular (first person; second person; third person)?
my, mine; your, yours; his, her, hers, its
Possessive Pronouns Plural (first person; second person; third person)?
our, ours; your, yours; their, theirs
The pronouns: one, no one, each, anyone, anybody, everyone, everybody, someone, somebody, nobody are called?
Adverbs that compare time with word late (describe, 2 items, 3 or more)?
late, later, latest
Common prepositions include?
across, after, around, behind, down, for, in, on, to, with
Adjective Phrase is a prepositional phrase that modifies a noun that tell?
which or which kind of
Adverb phrase is a prepositional phrase that modifies a noun that tells?
how, when, and where
The difference between prepositions and adverbs are?
prepositions have objects and adverbs stand alone
What expresses strong feelings or reaction that can stand alone and has a "!" (wow!)?
What are words that pronounced alike, but spelling and meanings are different?
How do you convert to plural form for most words or for nouns ending with o after a vowel?
How do you convert to plural form for nouns ending with o after a consonant?
add "s" or "es"
How do you convert to plural form for nouns ending with a "y"?
change "y" to "i", add "es"
How do you convert to plural form for nouns ending with f or fe?
change "f" or "fe" to "v", add "es"
How do you convert to plural form for most compound nouns?
change important word to plural form
Comma Rule #3a: connector?
connect two complete sentences with a comma and conjunction
Comma Rule #3b: connector?
connect two independent clauses with a comma and conjunction
Comma Rule #4b: introduction?
commas to set off interrupting expression from sentence flow
Comma Rule #11 nonessential?
commas set off nonessential words, clauses, and phrases in either side or both
Comma Rule #12 Identity?
commas for nonessential description If something or someone is sufficiently identified
What is a dependent clause that may be used as a subject, direct object, or predicate nominative in a complex sentence?
What tests do you do to a phrase to see if it is a noun phrase or a adverb/adjective phrase?
does it name a person, place, thing, or idea; does it serve as a noun function in the sentence, can it be replace with a pronoun
Where is a noun clause diagrammed?
on a pedestal above the place where a single word noun would go