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Mrs.Railsback's Flashcards

Sentence Fragment A group of words that express an incomplete thought.
Sentence A group of words that express a complete thought.
Subject Names the person, place, thing, of idea that the sentence is about.
Predicate Tells something about the subject.
Complete Subject Includes all the words used to identify the person, place, thing, of idea that the sentence is about
Simple Subject The main word in the complete subject.
Complete Predicate Includes all the words that tell what the subject is doing of that tell something about about the subject.
Simple Predicate/ Verb The main word or phrase in the complete predicate.
Verb Phrase Includes the main verb plus any helping, or auxiliary, verbs.
Compound Subject Two or more subjects in one sentence that have the same verb and are joined by a conjuction.
Compound Verb Formed when two or more verbs in one sentence have the same subject and are joined by a conjuction.
Natural Order When the subject in a sentence comes before the verb.
Inverted Order When the verb of part of a verb phrase comes before the subject.
Understood YOU When the subject of a sentence is not stated.
Common Noun Any person, place, or thing.
Proper Noun A particular person, place, or thing
Pronoun A word that takes the place of one or more nouns.
Antecedent The noun a pronoun refers to or replaces.
Reflexive Pronouns Refers to or emphasize another program or pronoun.
Indefinite Pronouns Refers to unnamed people, places, things, or ideas
Demonstrative Pronouns Pionts out a specific preson, place, thing, or idea.
Interrogative Pronouns Used to ask plays
Created by: KellyLush