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  1. Lesson 23: Sounds of vowel short-i "Y"one syllable or middle of words with open syllable

          

  2. Appositive that are Modified by Adjectives are?
    [Nouns]
    set off by commas

          

  3. Verbal phrase consists of?
    [Nouns]
    s'

          

  4. 2 Syllable Typeopen syllables end in a long vowel

          

  5. Lesson 23: Sounds of Y vowel long-e "Y"end of a two-or-more-syllable word

          

  6. Prepositional phrase can come where is sentence?
    [Preposition]
    any part

          

  7. Lesson 26: The Decorative E70% tion, 20% sion, 10% cian

          

  8. Lesson 32: oi and oyq always with u and u prevents g from turning soft

          

  9. Limiting Adjectives tell?
    [Adjective]
    which, whose, how many, articles

          

  10. Plural possessive nouns add?
    [Nouns]
    s'

          

  11. Phonetic Zoo rule 2 (i and e)
    [Spelling]
    i before e except after c

          

  12. Lesson 19: phadd e-s when an end-sound hisses

          

  13. What is a noun clause without and introductory word?
    (Nouns)
    on a pedestal above the place where a single word noun would go

          

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

          

  15. An adjectives that describes (opposite rough)?
    [adjectives]
    soft

          

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

          

  17. What expresses strong feelings or reaction that can stand alone and has a "!" (wow!)?
    [Sentence]
    that, if, whether

          

  18. The Singular Verb Indefinite Pronouns are?
    [Pronoun]
    who, whom, whose, which, and what

          

  19. Comma Rule #6 date?
    [Punctuation]
    separate two interchangeable adjectives with comma

          

  20. Lesson 31: ewopen syllables end in a long vowel

          

  21. Do verbs ending in "s" have a subject type of singular or plural?
    [verb]
    singular except I and you

          

  22. Lesson 36: Consonant Blendsoi in middle and oy at end

          

  23. Quotation #2 direct before?
    [Punctuation]
    "[Q]uote,(!/?)" said person.

          

  24. Comma Rule #10b independent clause?
    [Punctuation]
    (independent clause) no comma (dependent clause)

          

  25. Adjective Tell what?
    [Adjective]
    which, whose, how many, and what kind of

          

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

          

  27. Prepositions connect what?
    [Preposition]
    across, after, around, behind, down, for, in, on, to, with

          

  28. What are the types of adjectives?
    [adjectives]
    limiting and descriptive

          

  29. Object Pronouns Singular (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]
    my, mine; your, yours; his, her, hers, its

          

  30. Possessive Pronouns show and have?
    [Pronoun]
    ownership, no apostrophe

          

  31. What is the verb phrase?
    [verb]
    past, present, future

          

  32. "Them" is not a?
    [Pronoun]
    subject pronoun

          

  33. Lesson 7: Long o or o-w for /O/ soundshort closed ow or long open o at end of word

          

  34. Question sentences end with?
    [sentences]
    words or groups of words in a sentence

          

  35. What is a verb form that is used as another part of speech?
    (Nouns)
    verbal phrase

          

  36. Can you use possessive pronouns as adjectives?
    [adjectives]
    's

          

  37. Comma Rule #12 Identity?
    [Punctuation]
    use commas to set off directly addressed person's title or name.

          

  38. What is the normal sentence word order?
    [sentences]
    subject, predicate

          

  39. Male noun, son, is called?
    [Nouns]
    masculine

          

  40. Pronoun in the Second Person?
    [Pronoun]
    person spoken to

          

  41. Naming something not physical?
    [Nouns]
    concrete noun

          

  42. Comma Rule #4a: introduction?
    [Punctuation]
    city, state,

          

  43. Phonetic Zoo rule 3 (2 vowels)
    [Spelling]
    when ay says /A/, it comes at the end

          

  44. Adjective Types are?
    [Adjective]
    a, an, the

          

  45. What is any word or group of words that names something?
    (Nouns)
    substantive

          

  46. What means to put or place something?
    [Irregular Words]
    may

          

  47. What is the passive Speech word order?
    [sentences]
    subject, predicate

          

  48. add a comma before conjunction what?
    [Conjunction]
    joining two sentences

          

  49. What are the helping verbs "Triple M"?
    [verb]
    present verb with helping verbs have, has, or had for past

          

  50. Prepositional phrase may be used as a what?
    [Preposition]
    adjective or adverb

          

  51. What is a sentence with two complete thoughts that are separated with a comma and conjunction?
    [sentences]
    run-on

          

  52. The Interrogative Pronoun in Object Case is?
    [Pronoun]
    whom

          

  53. "Are" Plural or Singular
    [verb]
    present verb with helping verbs have, has, or had for past

          

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

          

  55. What are the helping verbs "Triple H"?
    [verb]
    a, an, the

          

  56. What are limiting adjectives?
    [adjectives]
    tell which, whose, how many, articles

          

  57. "That" and "those" refer to?
    [Pronoun]
    things at distance

          

  58. What means to rest or recline?
    [Irregular Words]
    may

          

  59. What means to Get Knowledge?
    [Irregular Words]
    can

          

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

          

  61. Use "an" instead of "a" with words starts with?
    [Word Types]
    a vowel

          

  62. Lesson 12: o-u and o-w for /ou/ soundchange y to i and add e-s

          

  63. Lesson 24: The Magic Ejumps over consonant to make vowel says its name

          

  64. Lesson 38: The Poker E gwhen the g comes before e, i or y, it sounds like /j/

          

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

          

  66. Lesson 37: Plurals esadd e-s when an end-sound hisses

          

  67. Adverb modifies?
    [Adverb]
    verbs, adjectives and other adverbs

          

  68. What are two or more words that sound the same but have different meanings?
    [Word Types]
    sentence

          

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

          

  70. Appositive adjectives set off by?
    [Adjective]
    noun they modify

          

  71. What names a specific person place or thing (cap)?
    [Nouns]
    concrete noun

          

  72. Comma Rule #3b: connector?
    [Punctuation]
    connect two independent clauses with a comma and conjunction

          

  73. Command or Exclamation sentences end with?
    [sentences]
    nominative

          

  74. Lesson 23: Sounds of Y vowel long-i "Y"one syllable or middle of words with open syllable

          

  75. Use "me" or "I" first or second?
    [Pronoun]
    subject pronoun

          

  76. Lesson 2: The ie Rule
    [Spelling]
    i before e except after c

          

  77. What are the helping verbs "Twins"?
    [verb]
    do, does, and did

          

  78. To show that two or more persons or things have joint ownership, add an apostrophe where?
    [Nouns]
    last word of compound

          

  79. How is a verbal as a noun diagrammed?
    (Nouns)
    on a pedestal above the place where a single word noun would go

          

  80. Possessive Noun usually functions as an?
    [Nouns]
    adjective

          

  81. What do Adjectives tell?
    [adjectives]
    describes or modifies nouns and pronouns

          

  82. Comma Rule #2: adjectives?
    [Punctuation]
    separate two interchangeable adjectives with comma

          

  83. Lesson 42: Rhino Wordsantonym

          

  84. The location of adverbs can come where?
    [Adverb]
    main verb with any helping verbs

          

  85. What are the principal parts of irregular verbs?
    [verb]
    limiting and descriptive

          

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

          

  87. Tells who or what does or is something?
    [sentences]
    question mark

          

  88. What does the predicate noun do?
    [predicate]
    tells what the subject does or is

          

  89. What means to go away or allow to remain behind?
    [Irregular Words]
    leave

          

  90. What means opposite?
    [Word Types]
    Action word or state of being

          

  91. What means to allow or permit?
    [Irregular Words]
    let

          

  92. "Do" Plural or Singular
    [verb]
    plural

          

  93. Where is a noun clause diagrammed?
    (Nouns)
    on a pedestal above the place where a single word noun would go

          

  94. Comma Rule #11 nonessential?
    [Punctuation]
    commas set off nonessential words, clauses, and phrases in either side or both

          

  95. 3 Syllable Typevowel pair syllables with two vowels

          

  96. Nouns naming person or animals are normally written in the?
    [Nouns]
    possessive form

          

  97. How do you find the subject of a sentence?
    [sentences]
    verb, noun, pronoun, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction

          

  98. Pronoun in the Third Person?
    [Pronoun]
    person spoken to

          

  99. What tests do you do to a phrase to see if it is a noun phrase or a adverb/adjective phrase?
    (Nouns)
    no ed, but helping verb

          

  100. What is the sentence subject?
    [sentences]
    predicate, subject

          

  101. What are the genders of nouns?
    (Nouns)
    masculine, feminine, neuter, common

          

  102. Phonetic Zoo rule 4 (ough)
    [Spelling]
    oh, oo, uff, off, ah, ow

          

  103. Lesson 33: qu and guadd an s to form the plurals

          

  104. What is the basic form of a verb preceded by to, it may be used as a noun?
    (Nouns)
    infinitive

          

  105. Quotation #1 direct after?
    [Punctuation]
    use commas to set off directly addressed person's title or name.

          

  106. Adverbs tell?
    [Adverb]
    ly

          

  107. Main idea of the paragraph?
    [sentences]
    topic sentence

          

  108. When two words are combined into one word are called?
    [Word Types]
    contractions

          

  109. Can we use pronouns and nouns together when speaking about others?
    [Pronoun]
    not together

          

  110. Comma Rule #3a: connector?
    [Punctuation]
    connect two complete sentences with a comma and conjunction

          

  111. What are a groups of words that expresses a complete thought?
    [sentences]
    paragraph

          

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

          

  113. What are the regular past participles?
    [verb]
    do, does, and did

          

  114. Adverb phrase is a prepositional phrase that modifies a noun that tells?
    [Preposition]
    which or which kind of

          

  115. Lesson 28: oo and uichange f to v and add e-s

          

  116. What is a linking verb?
    [verb]
    state of being

          

  117. Lesson 38: The Poker E c (no exceptions)i before e except after c

          

  118. What means Make something to up or grow up?
    [Irregular Words]
    let

          

  119. What is the -ing form of a verb used as a noun?
    (Nouns)
    gerund

          

  120. Object Pronouns Plural (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]
    us; you; them

          

  121. Lesson 37: Plurals sq always with u and u prevents g from turning soft

          

  122. What words only serve as introductions to noun clauses?
    (Nouns)
    on a pedestal

          

  123. Object of preposition is a what?
    [Preposition]
    right after the noun it modifies

          

  124. How do you convert to plural form for nouns ending with o after a consonant?
    [Word Types]
    add "s" or "es"

          

  125. What is an adjective?
    [Adjective]
    describes or modifies nouns and pronouns

          

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

          

  127. What is the active speech word order?
    [sentences]
    a, an, the

          

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

          

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

          

  130. Lesson 3: The First Vowel Talksthe first vowel walking does the talking

          

  131. Comma Rule #9 titles?
    [Punctuation]
    last name, degree or title (M.D.),

          

  132. Nominative Pronouns Plural (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]
    not together

          

  133. 4 Syllable Typeconsonant-le syllables have a consonant followed by le at the end of a word

          

  134. What is the predicate?
    [predicate]
    describe or modify nouns and pronouns

          

  135. "Is" Plural or Singular
    [verb]
    singular

          

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

          

  137. Possessive Pronouns Plural (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]
    our, ours; your, yours; their, theirs

          

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

          

  139. Naming something physical is called?
    [Nouns]
    concrete noun

          

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

          

  141. What means same?
    [Word Types]
    synonym

          

  142. Comma Rule #5: name?
    [Punctuation]
    use commas to set off directly addressed person's title or name.

          

  143. Lesson 1: ai and ay for /A/ sound
    [Spelling]
    ai in middle and ay at end of base word

          

  144. What is the inverted sentence word order?
    [sentences]
    subject, predicate

          

  145. Articles or Noun markers are?
    [Adjective]
    adjectives

          

  146. How do you convert to plural form for nouns ending with f or fe?
    [Word Types]
    add "s" or "es"

          

  147. Nouns of Direct Address are set off by?
    [Nouns]
    's

          

  148. Female noun, daughter is called?
    [Nouns]
    feminine

          

  149. What are compound subjects?
    [predicate]
    two or more subjects

          

  150. What is a pronoun?
    [Pronoun]
    Takes the place of a noun

          

  151. Two main parts of a sentence?
    [sentences]
    nominative and predicate

          

  152. Comma Rule #7 location?
    [Punctuation]
    day of the month, year,

          

  153. What are the helping verbs "Forms of be"?
    [verb]
    am, is, are, was, were, be, been, and being

          

  154. Where is the predicate noun located in a sentence?
    [predicate]
    follows a linking verb (be)

          

  155. Classes of Personal Pronouns?
    [Pronoun]
    who, whom, whose, which, and what

          

  156. Personal Pronouns indicate?
    [Pronoun]
    person, quanity, case and gender

          

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

          

  158. What means to put or place something softly?
    [Irregular Words]
    rise

          

  159. Possessive pronouns can be used as?
    [Adjective]
    ownership, no apostrophe

          

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

          

  161. What is a verb?
    [verb]
    Takes the place of a noun

          

  162. What are the articles or noun markers?
    [adjectives]
    a, an, the

          

  163. How do you convert to plural form most nouns ending with s, sh, ch, x, or z?
    [Word Types]
    add "es"

          

  164. The Interrogative Pronoun in Nominative Case is?
    [Pronoun]
    nominative with "be" verbs

          

  165. How do you diagram a verbal phrase?
    (Nouns)
    commas

          

  166. 6 Syllable Typeph comes at beginning or middle

          

  167. Comma Rule #1: separate words?
    [Punctuation]
    last name, degree or title (M.D.),

          

  168. Comma Rule #15 sentence parts?
    [Punctuation]
    last name, jr., or sr., not mandatory

          

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

          

  170. Lesson 23: Sounds of consonant "Y"closed syllable

          

  171. What is the verbal and its complements and modifiers?
    (Nouns)
    gerund

          

  172. Conjunction joins what?
    [Conjunction]
    and, but, for, so, yet, either, or

          

  173. The difference between prepositions and adverbs are?
    [Preposition]
    prepositions have objects and adverbs stand alone

          

  174. "This" and "that" are?
    [Pronoun]
    person spoken about

          

  175. No Do Use Demonstrative Pronouns with?
    [Pronoun]
    Takes the place of a noun

          

  176. Phonetic Zoo rule 1A /A/
    [Spelling]
    ai in middle and ay at end of base word

          

  177. What is an Adjective?
    [adjectives]
    describe or modify nouns and pronouns

          

  178. What means to be able to?
    [Irregular Words]
    raise

          

  179. "This" and "these" refer to?
    [Pronoun]
    close at hand

          

  180. Phonetic Zoo rule 1B /A/
    [Spelling]
    describe or modify nouns and pronouns

          

  181. Lesson 34: oooo says /o/ with k, d, and t

          

  182. Common conjunctions include?
    [Conjunction]
    "[Q]uote,(!/?)" said person, "[Q]uote.(!/?)"

          

  183. What are the helping verbs "Triple D"?
    [verb]
    do, does, and did

          

  184. Lesson 37: Plurals fq always with u and u prevents g from turning soft

          

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

          

  186. Lesson 43: The Three Shuns70% tion, 20% sion, 10% cian

          

  187. 1 Syllable Typeclosed syllables with short vowel followed by at least one consonant

          

  188. Many Adverbs end in?
    [Adverb]
    ly

          

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

          

  190. Indefinite Pronouns Usage do not refer to?
    [Pronoun]
    specific person, place, and thing

          

  191. Lesson 14: a-w and a-u for /aw/ soundau in middle and aw at end

          

  192. What is a dependent clause that may be used as a subject, direct object, or predicate nominative in a complex sentence?
    (Nouns)
    verbal

          

  193. What means to rest or be seated?
    [Irregular Words]
    sit

          

  194. The Plural Verb Indefinite Pronouns are?
    [Pronoun]
    here, there

          

  195. Which sentences have direct object?
    [sentences]
    action

          

  196. An adjective that compares how 3 or more items feel (opposite rough)?
    [adjectives]
    soft, softer, softest

          

  197. Which Sentences have Direct Object?
    [verb]
    main verb with any helping verbs

          

  198. What means a singular action?
    [Irregular Words]
    do and don't

          

  199. Possessive Pronouns Singular (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]
    specific person, place, and thing

          

  200. Predicate adjectives comes modifies what?
    [Adjective]
    question mark

          

  201. Quotation #2 direct middle?
    [Punctuation]
    last name, jr., or sr., not mandatory

          

  202. What does the predicate adjective do?
    [predicate]
    describes subject

          

  203. "Does" Plural or Singular
    [verb]
    singular

          

  204. What are the Demonstrative Pronouns?
    [Pronoun]
    this, that, these, those, not them

          

  205. Singular possessive nouns add?
    [Nouns]
    a verbal and its complements

          

  206. Common prepositions include?
    [Preposition]
    across, after, around, behind, down, for, in, on, to, with

          

  207. What is an adjective, what kind of, or in predicate noun?
    [Irregular Words]
    raise

          

  208. How do you convert to plural form for most words or for nouns ending with o after a vowel?
    [Word Types]
    add "s"

          

  209. Predicate adjectives comes after what?
    [Adjective]
    linking verb

          

  210. Adjective Phrase is a prepositional phrase that modifies a noun that tell?
    [Preposition]
    which or which kind of

          

  211. 7 word types used in sentences?
    [sentences]
    period

          

  212. What is an adverb, to tell how, adjective healthy ?
    [Irregular Words]
    teach

          

  213. Nominative Pronouns Singular (first person; second person; third person)?
    [Pronoun]
    ownership, no apostrophe

          

  214. What may a substantive be used as?
    (Nouns)
    on a pedestal above the place where a single word noun would go

          

  215. Interrogative Pronouns Usage ask what?
    [Pronoun]
    a question

          

  216. Some examples of adverbs are?
    [Adverb]
    how, when, where, not, never, always, and hardly

          

  217. Comma Rule #3c: connector?
    [Punctuation]
    no comma ff subject not before second verb

          

  218. Lesson 37: Plurals ychange y to i and add e-s

          

  219. Statement sentences end with?
    [sentences]
    predicate, subject

          

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

          

  221. What means to be permitted?
    [Irregular Words]
    rise

          

  222. What is the direct object?
    [predicate]
    nominative

          

  223. Demonstrative Pronouns placement?
    [Pronoun]
    nominative with "be" verbs

          

  224. What do we not used together?
    [Adverb]
    two negative words

          

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

          

  226. What are the principal parts of verbs?
    [verb]
    no ed, but helping verb

          

  227. What means to get up or go up?
    [Irregular Words]
    may

          

  228. Adjective Phrase can come where is sentence?
    [Preposition]
    right after the noun it modifies

          

  229. Comma rule #8 Last name?
    [Punctuation]
    last name, jr., or sr., not mandatory

          

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

          

  231. "These" and "those" are?
    [Pronoun]
    plural

          

  232. Pronoun in the First Person?
    [Pronoun]
    speaker

          

  233. 5 Syllable Typeconsonant-le syllables have a consonant followed by le at the end of a word

          

  234. Appositive adjectives comes immediately after what?
    [Adjective]
    noun they modify

          

  235. What means to give knowledge?
    [Irregular Words]
    teach

          

  236. The Prepositions for object pronouns are?
    [Pronoun]
    someone, anybody, each

          

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

          

  238. Where is the predicate adjective located in a sentence?
    [predicate]
    describes or modifies nouns and pronouns

          

  239. How do you convert to plural form for most compound nouns?
    [Word Types]
    change important word to plural form

          

  240. Comma Rule #4b: introduction?
    [Punctuation]
    use commas to set off directly addressed person's title or name.

          

  241. What are the verb tenses (Time)?
    [verb]
    past, present, future

          

  242. The Interrogative Pronouns are?
    [Pronoun]
    nominative with "be" verbs

          

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

          

  244. Comma Rule #10a dependent cause?
    [Punctuation]
    last name, jr., or sr., not mandatory

          

  245. What are words that pronounced alike, but spelling and meanings are different?
    [Word Types]
    on a pedestal above the place where a single word noun would go

          

  246. What are compound predicates?
    [predicate]
    two or more predicates

          

  247. Adverb phrase location?
    [Preposition]
    anywhere in sentence

          

  248. How do you convert to plural form for nouns ending with a "y"?
    [Word Types]
    plural

          

  249. What means a plural action?
    [Irregular Words]
    do and don't

          

  250. Lesson 39: Six Consonants Rock Iwhen the g comes before e, i or y, it sounds like /j/