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Noun Verb Review

Noun Verb jReview

QuestionAnswer
noun A person, place or thing EX: school
verb An action word EX: drawing
common noun general noun, not capitalized EX: dog
pural noun names more than 1 noun, ends in "s" EX: dogs
singular noun names only one noun EX: sun
proper noun names only one noun EX: John
possessive noun shouw ownership or relationship EX: Samantha's
helping verb helps the main verb express action or show time EX: Animals could carry the humans' heavy loads farther
action verb tells what its subject does EX: Early humans moved constantly
linking verb links its subject to a word in the predicate Ex: Early humans were food gatherers
Forms of be is, am, was, are, were, be, been
Forms of do do, does, did
Forms of have has, have, had
Other may, might, can, should,could, would, shall, will
Present tense verb more
Present tense verb travel
Present Participle verb (is) moving
Present Participle verb (is) traveling
Past tense veb moved
Past tense verb traveled
Past Participle verb (has) moved
Past Participle verb (has) traveled
Created by: jenniferolson