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English Comp 1

English Vocabulary

R&B music has a rich history, and continues to evolve throughout the decades. R&B music has a rich history and continues to evolve throughout the decades.
R&B music has a rich history, and continues to evolve throughout the decades. R&B music has a rich history and continues to evolve throughout the decades.
Noun Person, Place, thing, idea
Proper Noun One of a kind item and capitalized
Common Noun Classes or categories of items some are abstract and name a condition, idea, or quality that we can not experience with 5 senses. Can not accept the plural form.
Concret Noun Identify something that we can experience with one or more of our sense and usually have plural form.
Pro-Noun Special class of words that can fit the place of nouns in a sentence and sometimes can be seen as taking the place of a noun in a sentence
Personal Pro-Noun Refer to identifiable persons or things
Subjective Pro-Noun Is used when the pronoun serves as the subject of the sentence or clause.
Objective Pro-Noun Is used when pronoun is the object of a adverb or preposition.
Possessive Pro-Noun Shows Possession or ownership.
Relative Pronoun Relates a dependent clause-a word group that has a subject and a predicate but cannot function as as independent sentence
Antecedent Noun or pronoun in the main part of a sentence:who, whose, what, whoever, whichever, whom, which, that, whomever, whatever
Interrogative Pro-noun Introduce question all of a relative pronouns except that also function as interrogative pronouns.
Demonstrative Pronoun point out things this, these, that, those
Reflexive when pronoun refers back to a noun in the same clause
Intensive Lends emphasis to a noun or pronoun
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