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Sentence Construction & Parts of Speech


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possessive pronoun
Use the possessive pronouns to show ownership
Possessive adjectives
Can be used as an adjective if it modifies a noun
Objective pronouns
Are used as direct object, indirect object
Is used as the subject of a sentence
Subject/nominative pronouns
complex sentence
Is made up with one independent clause and one or more subordinate clause
compound sentence
Consists of TWO or MORE independent clauses
simple sentence
Consists of a single independent clause
Is a noun or pronoun placed after another noun or pronoun to identify, rename, or explain it
Appositive/appositive phrase
Predicate Adjective
Is an adjective that follows a subject and linking verb. It describes or modifies the subject of a sentence.
Predicate Nominative
Is a noun that appears with a subject and linking verb. It renames or identifies the subject
Direct object and indirect object
DirectObject: Is a noun or pronoun that appears with an action verb bad receives the action of the verb
Complete Predicate
Consists of a verb and all the words that modify the verb and complete
complete subject
Consists of all the words that tell whom or what the sentence is about
simple subject
Tells who or what I he sentence is about
interjection
Are words that express sudden excitement or strong feeling
Coordinating conjunction
Connect words or groups of words that are similar in form
What does a preposition have to have?
Relates a noun or pronoun to another word in the sentence
Adverb
Describes a verb, adjective, or another verb
Demonstrative adjectives and examples
They are pronouns that are often used as adjectives
What are the Possessive adjective
My, its, your, our, his, their, her
What are the possessive Pronouns
Mine, it's, yours, ours, his, theirs, hers
Proper Adjective
Are proper nouns that describe a noun or are formed from a proper noun
Indefinite Articles
a and an because they point to any member of a group of similar people, places, or things
Definite article
Indicates that a noun will soon follow
Article
Points of a noun
Linking verb
Connects a noun, pronoun, or adjective to a word that identifies or describes the noun or pronoun
Visible and invisible action verb
An action verb that indicates the action of a person or thing can be visible or invisible.
demonstrative pronoun
A pronoun that points out a person, place, or thing
antecedent
Is a word to which a pronoun refers to
pronoun
A word that stands for a noun or for another word that takes the place of a noun
Adjective
Is a word that describes a noun or pronoun
Main verb
Last verb in a verb phrase
Helping Verb
Comes before the main verb and adds to its meaning
simple predicate
A verb that tells what the subject does, what is done to the subject, or what the condition of the subject is