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english exam

english grammar

defeniton of a noun names: person, place, thing, idea
categories of nouns common, proper
types of nouns concrete, compound, collective , abstract
noun indicators: a, an , the
never nouns 's words
defenition of pronoun: takes the place of a noun
pro. must agree with antecedent in : number, gender , person.
3 genders: masculine, femenine, nuter
there are --- persons in which we write.. thre, me, you, they
defenition of a prep. a word which shows how a certian: noun
prep. phrase contains, prepostion, modifiers, object
objects of prepostions are always, nouns or pronouns
thier are -- types of action verbs two
regular verbs form the past or past particicle by adding d, or, ed
irregular form the past and past participle by changing spelling
every actionj verb has --- principle parts four. they are, present, present past, past, past parts.
linking verbs am is are was were be being been taste feel smell sound look appear become seem grow remain stay
helping verbs am is are was were be bieng been have has had do does did shall will should would may might must can could
for a word to be a verb, it must be one of the following questions. on the linking verb list, on the helping verb list, or you can do it
Created by: JParker118