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Grammar Terms

Grammar Terms 1-7

Grammar termClue
Common Noun general noun (not capitalized)
Proper Noun specific nouns (capitalized)
Concrete object that can be seen, heard, smelled, touched, or tasted
Abstract names something that cannot be perceived through the senses - an idea, feeling, quality or characteristics
Collective names a group
Compound contains two or more words
Pronoun word that takes place of a noun
Noun person, place, thing, or idea telling who or what
Antecedent the noun or pronoun that a pronoun takes the place of
Demonstrative points something out (this, that, these, those)
Personal Pronouns first person, second person, third person (nominative, objective, possessive)
Indefinite Pronouns refers to a person, place, or thing that may or may not be specifically named
Adjective word used to modify (describe the word to make its meaning more definite) noun or pronoun
Demonstrative Adjectives when used in place of a noun, these words are pronouns when used to describe a noun they are adjectives
Proper Adjective an adjective formed from proper noun and begins with a capital letter
Linking Verb connects the subject to a word or group of words that identifies or describes the subject
Adverb word that modifies a verb, adjective, or another verb
Verb what you do, how you do it
Recessive stresses a word in a sentence
Reflexive indicates action upon the subject itself
Created by: Rachel Postell