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WHAT DO NOUNS NAME? ARE NAMERS.

THEY NAME
PERSONS, PLACES, THINGS AND IDEAS
HOW MANY KINDS OF NOUNS ARE THERE? common, proper,
compound, abstract, concrete, collective.
EXPLAIN THE GENDER OF NAMES: Tells whether a noun is
referring to a male, female, or a things.
EXPLAIN THE NUMBER OF NAMES: tells how many persons or
things are. Singular-one item, plural, more than one.
HOW DO YOU FORM THE PLURAL OF MOST NAMES: JUST ADD
s
S,CH,SH,X,Z: add es porches
Y if vowel before add s if
a consonant before ies
WRITE A SENTENCE WITH A NOUN USED AS SUBJECT: The
dog is black
FOR A SINGULAR NOUN HOW DO YOU FORM ITS POSSESSIVE
FORM: add an apostrophe plus s
VERB: perform by makin other words movie. you need verbs
to tell what nouns or pronouns can do, be, and feel.
KINDS OF VERBS: there are 3 types of verbs, action and
linking verbs works whit nouns and pronouns. helping verbs
work whitn other verbs.
WHAT PART OF A SENTENCE DETERMINES THE NUMBER OF
a: tells what someone or sometihng does an action isnt
A VERB: the form of a verb depends on the person of is
always physical, can be mental too
subject, first,second, third person
l: links or jion a noun or pronoun to another word that tells
WRITE A SENTENCE WHIT COMPOUN SUBJECT JOINEN WHIT
something about the noun or pronoun .
AND: she and i like swimming, she or they go out, they or
h: helps another verb the main verb do its job.
she goes out
which are the principal parts of verbs: present, present
WHAT DO PRONOUNS REPLACE IN SENTENCES: REPLACE OR
participle, past, participle
STAND IN FOR NOUNS OR OTHER PRONOUNS WE-OUR, THEY.
+THEIR
ANTECEDENT: is the word that the pronoun stands for. it can
be a noun or a pronoun. it usually comes before the pronoun
that refers to it.
WRITE ALL THE SUBJECT PRONOUNS: subject: 1,we,
you,you,he she is. they. objects: 1 me,us 2you 3 him,her,it,
singular them
POSSESIVE PRONOUNS USED WHIT A NOUN AND WHITOUT
NOUN: my, our, your, their, his, her,its,
mine,yours,hers,theirs,ours,yours (is that your bag in the
THERE THREE PLACES WHERE AN ADJECTIVE CAN BE
room?, is that yours?
PLACED: before a noun (my playful dog runs much) after a
REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS: These are the pronouns that end in noun (mi dog, USED A WHEN: before a word beginning with a
self o selves. they never stand alone. they always have
consonant sound AN: before a word beginning with a vowel
antecedents in the same sentence.
sound
ADJECTIVES: describe.they tell what the things named by
ARTICLES A,AN, THE: an refers to any one a certain
nouns and pronouns are like. can show which or what kind of group(indefinite) . THE: points out one of a certain
thing you are talking about. sentence: The child is very
group(definite) playful as a child, runs much) after a linking
strong
verb: (mi dog is playful and runs much)
TYPES OF ADJECTIVES: Limiting, compound, descriptive,
WHAT PART OF SENTENCES DO ADVERBS MODIFY: advers
proper, articles
describe, or modify merbs, adjectives and another adverbs.
TYPES: adverbs that tell how ( badly, easily), that tell where
(here, inside,up), tell when (sometimes, later) tell how much
(more, very, harly)
MODIFIES VERBS: Good driver turn that corner slowly,
ADJETIVE: really good drivers turn that corner slowly
ADVERB: good drivers turn that corner very slowly.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS:
ADVERBS: modify actions verbs, adjectives, or other
adverbs, they tell how, where, or to what extent
ADJECTIVES: modify nouns or pronouns, or follow linking
verbs, tell what kind, which one, how much or how many.