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Well-Ordered Language Level 2A Vocab Review

declarative sentence makes a statement; ends with a period
interrogative sentence asks a question; ends with a question mark
imperative sentence gives a command; ends with a period or exclamation mark
exclamatory sentence expresses mild or strong feeling; ends with an exclamation point
predicate verb (PV) action verb showing what the subject does; Transitive verbs have a direct object (do). Intransitive verbs do not have a direct object.
subject always a noun or pronoun; tells what the sentence is about; It's the 1st of the 2 principal elements in a sentence.
complete predicate tells something about the subject, such as what it is doing or being; It includes the verb or verb phrase and all the words that go with it, such as adjectives, adverbs, etc; It's the 2nd of the 2 principal elements in a sentence.
noun part of speech that names a person, place, thing, or idea; may be singular or plural
verb part of speech that shows action or a state of being; 4 classes of verbs are: transitive, intransitive, linking verb, helping verb
adjective part of speech used to describe a noun or pronoun; It tells"which one", "what kind", "how many", or "whose".
adverb part of speech that describes a verb, adjective, or adverb; It tells "how", "when", or "where".
pronoun part of speech used in place of a noun
interjection part of speech that is a word or short phrase that expresses strong emotion
preposition part of speech used to show the relationship between certain words in a sentence; Some common prepositions are aboard, about, above, before, behind, below, down, during, except, for, from, inside, into, near, of , off, on, out, over, past.
article adjective There are 3 article adjectives (or articles). They are the words, "a", "an", and "the".
conjunction part of speech that joins words, phrases, or clauses; Some common conjunctions are "for", "and", "nor", "but", "or", "yet", "so".
helping verb verb that helps another verb to form a verb phrase; There are 23: am, is, are, was, were, be, being, been, has, have, had, do, does, did, may, might, must, should, could, would, shall, will, can.
possessive noun noun that functions as an adjective; describes another noun by telling "whose"
Be Verbs am, is, are, was, were, be, being, been; They express a state of being when used as a linking verb.
linking verb verb that joins subject to predicate. joins subject to either a predicate noun (PN) or a predicate adjective (PA); the 8 Be Verbs are some common linking verbs
Created by: pcsteacher5