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Grammar

Advers, verbs, adjectives, nouns

TermType
Adverb Adverb of manner, adverb of time, adverb of place, intensifying adverbs
Verbs Regular, irregular, dynamic, stative, auxiliary, modal, imperative
Nouns Concrete, abstract, proper, common, collective
Adjectives Descriptive, evaluative, superlative, comparative - (either pre or post modifying)
Adverb of manner Modify a verb Usually end in 'ly' e.g. 'quickly'
Intensifying adverb Give an extent Usually end in 'ly' e.g. 'largely'
Adverbs of time Explain the duration, frequency and period of when an action takes place e.g. 'sometimes'
Adverbs of place Explain the position, direction and distance e.g. 'Tuesday'
Common nouns General categories of things e.g. 'dog'
Proper nouns Refer to specific people, places Usually written with capital letters e.g. 'England'
Collective nouns Name a complete group/set e.g.' family'
Concrete nouns Physical things (objects, places, people) Can be measured and touched e.g. 'clothes'
Abstract nouns Ideas, thoughts Cannot be measured or touched e.. happiness
Dynamic verb An action e.g. 'push'
Stative verb Expresses thought processes e.g.'wish'
Model verbs 'Can, could, should, shall, would, will, may, might, must'
Regular verbs End in 'ed' if in the past tense e.g. 'jumped'
Irregular verbs Do not follow the rule of regular verbs e.g. 'sat'
Auxiliary verbs Helping verb 'To be, to have, to do'
Descriptive adjective Based on facts - (not opinions involved) e.g. 'hairy'
evaluative adjective Based on opinions e.g. 'scary'
Superlative adjective The most/least Will have 'est' at the end or 'more' or 'least' in front of it
Comparative adjective Compared to something else Will have 'er' at the end or 'more' or 'less' in front of it
Created by: cglenister