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Mrs. Kenjura final

proper noun names a specific person, place, thing, or idea and is generally capitalized
proper adjective African is an example of this
Interrogative pronoun expresses physical or mental action
common noun names any one of a group of persons, places, thinks or idea
personal pronoun you is an example of this
reflexive pronouns refers back to the subject of the sentence
antecedent is the noun to which a pronoun refers
nouns a person, place, thing, or idea
pronouns is used in place of one or more nouns pronouns a. can tell where, when, or how
adjective a word used to modify a noun or pronoun
prepositions is a word that shows relationships of a noun or pronoun to another word in the sentence
prepositional phrases can tell when, where, or how
verbs expresses action or a state of being
main verbs is the main action of the sentence
helping verb helps the main verb express an action
linking verb links the subject to something describing the subject
action verb expresses physical or mental action
adverbs modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb
conjunctions connects parts of speech to two sentences together
coordinating conjunctions joins words or word groups that are used in the same way
interjections shows excitement or emotion
complete subject the word or group of words that names the person, place, thing, or idea that preforms the action or is described, and all the words are related
complete predicate tells what the subject does, what is done to the subject, or what the condition of the subject is and all the words that are related
simple subject usually can be found at the beginning of the sentence
simple predicate verb
complete sentence must have a subject, predicate, and proper punctuation
sentence ending punctuation a period, exclamation point, and question mark
clause fragment has subject and verb, but cannot stand on its own
phrase fragment does not have a subject or a verb
interrogative sentences asks a question
exclamatory sentences I love baking! (example)
imperative sentence Please go to your seat and complete this test. (example)
declarative ends with a period
run-ons all of these can be fixed using end marks, semicolons, and commas with conjunctions (not a type)
List all 4 entertaining beginnings Action dialogue sound thought/question
list all 5 extended endings memory wish or hope feeling decision defining action
ba- what your feet are doing
da- what you see
bing- what you are thinking
bang- what you say
boom- physical sensation
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