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Grammer basics

basic grammer things

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What is a noun? A person, place, thing or idea.
what is a pronoun? Something that names a noun. EX-she, her, him.
What is a verb? An action.
What is an adjective? Something that describes a noun or verb.
What is a conjunction? Something that connects a word or group of words.
What is a preposition? Something that relates a noun or prronoun following another word.
What is an interjection? Something that expresses feelings or emotions.
What is a declarative sentence? States an idea and ends with a period.
What is an exclamatory sentence? Conveys strong emotion and ends with an exclamation point.
What is an imperative sentece? Gives order or direction and ends with a period or exclamation point.
What is an interrogative sentence? Asks a question and ends with a question mark.
What does a simple sentence consist of? An independent clause.
What does a compound sentence consist of? 2 independent clauses joined by a conjunction.
What does a complex sentence consist of? 1 independent clause and 1 or more subordinate clauses.
What is andwhat does a run of consist of? 2 or more independent clauses that are not properly joined or seperated.
What is an appositive? Provides additional detail about a noun or pronoun.
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