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Hesi A2 GrammarVocab

Hesi A2 Grammar Vocabulary

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Noun word or group of words that names a person, place thing, or idea.
Common Noun the general, not the particular name of a person, place, or a thing (e.g. nurse, hospital, syringe)
Proper Noun the official name of a person, place, or a thing. Proper nouns are capitalized. (e.g. Susan, Houston)
Abstract Noun the name of a quality or a general idea. (e.g. persistence, democracy)
Collective Noun a noun that represents a group of persons, animals, or things. (e.g. family, flock, furniture)
Pronoun a word that takes the place of a noun, another pronoun, or a group of words acting as a noun. (e.g. their)
Personal Pronoun refers to a specific person, place, thing, or idea by indicating the person speaking (e.g. we, you, them)
Possessive Pronoun a form of personal pronoun that shows possession or ownership. (e.g. my, mine, his, hers)
Adjective word, phrase, or clause that modifies a noun or pronoun. (e.g. hard, three, many)
Verb word or phrase that is used to express an action or a state of being. (e.g. works, worked, will work)
Adverb word, phrase, or clause that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. (e.g. quite)
Preposition shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to some other word in the sentence (e.g. as, at, before, on, off)
Conjunction joins words, phrases, or clauses. (e.g. and, but, or, so, nor, yet)
Interjection word or phrase that expresses emotion or exclamation. (e.g. yikes, whew)
Clause a group of words that has a subject and a predicate.
Independent Clause expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence. (e.g. The professor distributed the examinations...)
Dependent Clause does not express a complete thought and therefore cannot stand alone as a sentence. (e.g. As soon as the students were seated...)
Direct Object the person or thing that is directly affected by the action of the verb. (answers what, whom after the transitive verb)
Indirect Object the person or thing that is indirectly affected by the action of the verb.
Phrase a group of two or more words that acts as a single part of speech in a sentence.
Predicate part of the sentence that tells what the subject does or what is done to the subject.
Predicate Adjective an adjective that follows a linking verb and helps to explain the subject.
Predicate Nominative a noun or pronoun that follows a linking verb and helps to explain the subject.
Sentence a group of words that expresses a complete thought.
Subject a word, phrase, or clause that names whom or what the sentence is about.
Subject-Verb Agreement subject must agree with its verb in number.
Comma in a Compound Sentence a sentence that has two or more independent clauses. (two standalone statements)
Run-On Sentence occurs when two or more complete sentences are written as though they were one sentence.
Created by: nikkirosety on 2012-03-23



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