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DGP Grammar Review

Grammar

Vocabulary TermDefinition
1st person pronouns I, me, we, my, us, our, mine
2nd person pronouns you, your
3rd person pronouns they, it, he, she, him, her, his, theirs, their
nominative case used in the subject or PN
objective case used as DO, IO, OP
relative pronouns that, which, who, whom, whose; intro. adj. or noun dep. clauses
demonstrative pronouns this, that, these, those
verb phrase helping verb(s) + main verb (action or linking)
DO questions What? Who?
IO questions to / for whom? to / for what?
Participle verbal acting as an adjective; past (ends in -d / -ed; present ends in -ing)
Gerund verbal acting as a noun; ends in -ing
Infinitive to + verb; acts as a noun, adj., or adv.
coordinating conjunctions for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so
correlative conjunctions neither...nor, either...or, not only...but also, both...and
subordinating conjunctions intro. an adv. dep. clause; because, after, since, before, while, when (+more)
simple sentence 1 independent clause
compound sentence 2 or more independent clauses
complex 1 ind. clause + 1 or more dep. clauses
Created by: EBlackmon