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English (Phrases)

Gerunds, Participles, Infinitives, Prepostional, Appositives,

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A prepositional pharase is a group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a _____ or _____ that is referred to as the ____ of _____ _______. Noun Pronon Object the preposition
Prepositional phrases function as... adverbs or adjectives
The adjective phrase will modify either a ___ or ____. noun or pronoun
Which of the staircases lead downstairs? Name the prepositional phrase and how it's functioning. Of the staircases-ADJ
Adverb phrases modify either a _____, _______, or ______. verb, an adjective, or another adverb
An adverb phrase that modifes the simple predicate may appear where in a sentence? different places :)
What's a noun? the part of speech that names ( or identifies ) a person, place, thing, or idea.
Types of nouns include: common or proper, abstract or concrete, singular or possessive, compound, collective.
Where are nouns used in a sentence? Subject, idrect object, indirect object, object of the preposition, and predicate nominative
Pronoun- part of speech that _____ a ____. replaces a noun
The word or group of words to which a pronoun refers to is called its _______. antecedant
Pronouns function in same place as.... nouns
Types of pronouns: personal, indefinate, interrogative, relative pronouns, possevivnes apostrophes, reflexive or intensive pronouns that end of selves or self.
Name some demonstrative pronouns: This, that, these, those.
Prepositions- the part of speech that relates to a ___ or ___ (......) to another word in the sentence. noun or pronoun (the object of the preposition)
Created by: Alysa