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CSET: Eng Section II

CSET English Section II

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participle A verb form that usually ends in -ing or -ed. They operate as adjectives but also maintain some characteristics of a verb. "verbal adj" ie. singing waiter and baked goods
infinitive It is made up of "to" and the base form of a verb, such as "to see" or "to leave." it can function as an adjective, adverb, or noun.
gerund It is made up of a present participle (a verbal ending in -ing) and always functions as a noun. ie. Swimming is Alice's favorite sport.
declarative sentence makes a statement and tells about a person, place, thing, or idea. ie. The dog drank from the toilet.
interrogative sentence asks a question. ie. Have you had lunch yet?
imperative sentence issues a command. ie. Please pick up my pen.
exclamatory sentence communicates strong ideas or feelings. ie. You scared me!
conditional sentence expresses wishes or conditions contrary to fact. ie. If you go, I will follow.
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