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helping verb shows that actionis happening in the present (example:she HAS BEEN talking today)
verb tense presant, past, future (example: he SINGS, he SANG, he will SING)
action verb tells what the subject does ( example: the little boy LAUGHED)
linking verb tells what the subject is like (example:he SEEMED quiet, she WAS happy)
subject/verb agreement subject and verb must agree ( example:the DOG BARKS loudly,all KIDS LEARN in school
article appears before nouns (example:a, an, the
main verb is the last word in a word phrase (example:a bird is LOOKING at me
adjectives describes a noun or prounoun, says what kind, how many orwhich one (example:many,large,green, seven
adverb describes verbs ang adjectives tells how, when, or where (example:quickly, seldom, here
comparative and superlative example:faster, fastest, more fun, most fun (example:about, after, in, from
preposition begins phrases that show relationships
prepositional phrase a preposition and the object of the preposition (example: INTO the wild,FOR the class
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