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Word Class&Sentences

Noun Person place or thing.
Verb Doing/ action word
Abstract Noun A noun that you can’t touch, such as ‘Revenge’ or ‘Love’.
Adjective Adds detail/description to a noun.
Adverb Adds detail/description to a verb.
Pronoun Used instead of a noun. ‘That’, ‘Him’, ‘Her’, ‘She’, ‘They’.
Preposition Says where a noun is in relation to something. ‘Under’, ‘Over’, ‘Before’, ‘Around’.
Conjunction Used to join clauses in a sentence. ‘But’, ‘Because’, ‘And’.
Determiner Introduces a noun. ‘A’, ‘The’, ‘This’, ‘Those’
Imperative A command verb. ‘Stop’, ‘Listen’.
Exclamation Expresses strong emotion, usually followed by an exclamation mark. ‘Ow!’, ‘Well done.’
Superlative Type of adjective. The most extreme example. ‘Gentlest’, ‘Biggest’.
Prefix Some words are made up of parts of older, usually Latin or Greek words. When this comes at the start of a word, it’s a prefix. For example, ‘Auto-’, ‘Mis-’, ‘Anthrop-’.
Suffix The end part of a word that changes what it’s word class is. ‘-ion’, ‘-ate’, ‘ed’ etc.
Clause A collection of words that forms all of part of a sentence.
Main clause Can exist alone as a sentence. Must include a subject (person, place or idea) and verb.
Subordinate clause A clause that needs a main clause. Without it, it wouldn’t make sense. Usually it comes after a conjunction or a semi-colon.
Proper Noun Begins with a capital letter. Refers to the name of a person, place or group of
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