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Grammar Usage Review - Middle School

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Grammar Usage
Clue:
indirect object   Comes before a direct object and answers TO/FOR whom, or TO/FOR what.  
antecedent   A pronoun that replaces a noun.  
indefinite pronoun   Usually an antecedent of a subject pronoun.  
subject pronoun   A pronoun that is used as the subject.  
pronoun   Takes the place of a noun.  
verb   An action, being or helping word.  
verb test   Use "I" + (the word).  
noun   A person, place, thing or an idea.  
subject   Who or what a sentence is about.  
predicate   Tells what the subject is or does.  
fragment   A group of words that do not make a complete thought.  
simple subject   The main word in the complete subject naming the subject.  
complete subject   The complete description of the subject of a sentence.  
complete predicate   All the words that tell what the subject is doing.  
simple predicate   Verb or verb phrase that tells what the subject is doing.  
verb phrase   A main verb and any helping verbs.  
compound subject   More than one subject in a single sentence.  
conjunction   Joining words: and, or, nor, but, yet.  


   






 
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