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is the set of structural rules of a language.

Adjectives An adjective "modifies" a noun
Articles is a word (or prefix or suffix) that is used with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun.
Conditional This is a form of verb that tells what you would, could, or should do.
Conjugation conjugation is the act of changing the spelling (and often the pronunciation) of a verb according to the subject of the sentence and according to other factors such as when an action takes place. In the sentence
First Person First person pronouns indicate that the person referred to is the speaker(s).
Second Person Second person pronouns indicate that the person referred to is the person being spoken to.
Third Person Third person pronouns indicate that the person or thing referred to is being spoken about.
Created by: karla1294