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English Language

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Give examples of different types of nouns. Proper,common,collective,concrete and abstract.
What is a proper noun? Names-Cat
What is a collective nouns? Group of things.
What is a concrete noun? Physical-table
What is a abstract noun? Idea-thought,dream
What is an adjective? Word which modifies a noun.Functions to describe.Can come before or after a noun.
What are the types of adjectives? Descriptive,Evaluate,Comparative and superlative.
Give an example of a descriptive a adjective? Hairy bear
Give an example of an evaluative adjective Scary bear
Give an example of an comparative adjective? Big,bigger
Give an example of a superlative adjective? More beautiful,most beautiful
What is a noun phrase? When you modify a noun it becomes a noun phrase.
What is a verb? A verb is a word or a doing word.
Give an example of a verb. To run,to jump,to sit.
Subject + Verb The dog barked.
Give examples of verbs. Dynamic and stative.
What is a dynamic verb? A dynamic verb is one which relates to action.
Give an example of a dynamic verb. To run.
What is stative verb? A stative verb is one which expresses being or thought processes rather than actions.
Give an example of a stative verb. To be,to seem.
What is regular verbs? Regular verbs have four forms:Example,infinitive,third person,past tense and present tense.
What is irregular verbs? Irregular verbs often have five forms:example,infinitive,third person,past tense,present tense and past participle.
What are the three primary verbs? To be,to do,to have.
What are auxiliary verbs? They come before main verbs.
What are the modal verbs? Can,could,shall,should,would,will,may,might,must.
What are imperatives? Gives instructions or commands.
Give examples of imperative. Don't be afraid,play quickly.
What are adverbs? An adverb s a word that modifies a verb.
What are the types of adverbs? Manner,time and place.
Give an example of a adverb of manner. Jason quickly read the book.
Give an example of adverb of time. We went to the store yesterday.
Give an example of manner of place. He puts the paper here.
What are pronouns? Pronouns are used instead of nouns.
What are personal pronouns? When a pronoun replaces an object an object pronoun is used.
What are possessive pronouns? These are used when you need to show possession of something.
What are reflexive pronouns? These are used when this same person is the subject and object in a sentence.
What is demonstrative pronouns? These are used to point the relationship between the speaker and the character.
What is interrogative pronouns? These are used to ask questions.
What is relative pronouns? These directly follow the nouns they describe.
What is indefinite pronouns? These have a less certain reference point than the other pronouns.
Interrogative sentence Questions
Imperative sentence Commands
Exclamation Short sentence ,e.g-(good luck)
Declarative Saying what someone is doing,e.g-(Sophie couldn't sleep)
Neatening Language change during time
Plurals In old English there are many ways of forming a plural.
Verbs Irregular:I had Strong:I shone Weak:I save
Pronouns Thou and thee Who and whom
Word order Standard English: Subject, verb and order
Negative construction E.g - Never did nothing
Created by: Khalida Hussain