Name : Callum Adjective, Noun, Verb, Adverb Nouns are words that
... things) e.g. car, boy, house
2. Adjectives are describing words. They make nouns more
interesting. e.g. terrific, stunning, incredible
3. Verbs are doing words e.g. jump, run, walk, chop
4. Adverbs tell us more about verbs. They tell us how, when or
where the action of the verb happens. E.g. quickly ...
Example of an inflected language
... nominative singular (the citation form), like servus slave. Many feminine nouns end in
–a like puella girl. An example of a neuter noun in –um is malum apple. Many nouns
are declined like the masculine noun miles soldier. Nouns in this declension may be
masculine, feminine or neuter. The nominative ...
DAY 127 CAPITALIZATION
... Sometimes, a catenative verb will have a direct object.
Ex.— I managed to splice two wires together.
Write a sentence using a catenative verb.
Unit I Review
... – All end in –a for nominative singular and –ae for
– All follow the pattern of 1st Declension endings as
shown on our posters
– ALMOST all are feminine. (1st Decl. endings are
Only some words of profession (occupation, work,
etc.) are masculine (agricola, nauta, and p ...
Grammar Study Sheet
... A. English is a subject verb object language: it prefers a sequence of
subject–verb–object in its simplest, unmarked declarative statements.
B. Interrogative sentences invert word order.
C. English also sees some use of the OSV (object-subject-verb) word
order, especially when making comparisons usi ...
Latin (grammar - lite)
... Prepositions are followed by either the accusative or ablative case. Your red
vocab booklet tells you which case goes with each preposition.
They must be translated before the noun after them in Latin.
Note especially in + accusative = into, onto; in + ablative = in, on.
... 1. a. The reflexive forms of poner mean “____________” and “_____________”.
b. For leer, influir, and contribuir the i becomes a ____ in the _____________ &
c. Other verbs that follow the same pattern in the Preterite are ___________,
___________, __________& ____________. For t ...
... • the dative case identifies the indirect object
• the accusative case identifies the direct object
Number tells us if there is one or more than one.
Chapter 7. Frequently looked up verbs
... Sceorte hwīle is an example of the accusative being used in an expression of time. Note that, as man could mean
either ‘man’ or ‘person’, and as hē agrees with man chiefly as a grammatical masculine, the ‘person’ and ‘he or she’
senses are fully possible.
Nouns - name a person, place, thing, or idea
... Verbs : show action or state of being
Linking verbs: am
Helping verbs: Go before the main verb to help it along
Verbs can happen in the present, past, or future tense.
Adjectives : describe a noun or ...
The Nine Parts of Speech Verbs • Action Verb: tells what the subject
... Missouri, Central High School, Emily
Pronouns: a word that replaces and refers to a noun. he, she, it, they
Adjectives: words that modify, or describe, a noun or pronoun.
pretty, stormy, dark
Adverb: words that modify, or describe, a verb, an adjective, or another
adverb. slowly, very, quickly
Latin I Final Exam Study Guide (Final Exam is 20% of Course Grade
... o You will be given two nouns to decline. They will be from any of the following declensions:
1st, 2nd Masculine, 2nd Neuter, 3rd Masc/Fem, 3rd Neuter, 3rd Masc/Fem i-stem
o You will be given one verb to conjugate in all 6 tenses for only one person & number
e.g. "Conjugate mitto, mittere, misī, ...
Nouns and Verbs
... Nouns and Verbs
- A noun names a person, place, thing,
-A verb gives action to the many
types of nouns.
German - Crofton School
... words that link nouns to other
parts of sentences, indicating
relationships between things
They usually come before the
nouns and most often tell us
about the position, location,
direction or time
words that are used in place of
nouns to prevent writing from
Grammatica 2- Past participle
... Español II- Ch 4
• Verbs have a form called the past
participle, which can be used as an
• You can use it to describe a condition
or an injury to a part of the body.
Old Norse morphology
Old Norse has three categories of verb (strong, weak, & present-preterite) and two categories of noun (strong, weak). Conjugation and declension are carried out by a mix of inflection and two nonconcatenative morphological processes: umlaut, a backness-based alteration to the root vowel; and ablaut, a replacement of the root vowel, in verbs.Nouns, adjectives and pronouns are declined in four grammatical cases – nominative, accusative, genitive and dative, in singular and plural. Some pronouns (first and second person) have dual number in addition to singular and plural. The nouns have three grammatical genders – masculine, feminine or neuter - and adjectives and pronouns are declined to match the gender of nouns. The genitive is used partitively, and quite often in compounds and kennings (e.g.: Urðarbrunnr, the well of Urðr; Lokasenna, the gibing of Loki). Most declensions (of nouns and pronouns) use -a as a regular genitive plural ending, and all declensions use -um as their dative plural ending.All neuter words have identical nominative and accusative forms, and all feminine words have identical nominative and accusative plurals.The gender of some words' plurals does not agree with that of their singulars, such as lim and mund.