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Transcript
Nouns : name a person, place, thing, or idea
Verbs : show action or state of being
Linking verbs: am
is
are
was
were
will be
look
feel
taste smell
seem
appear
Helping verbs: Go before the main verb to help it along
am
is
are
was
were
will
shall
have has
had
Verbs can happen in the present, past, or future tense.
Adjectives : describe a noun or pronoun
Tell: Which one?
What kind?
How many?
Pronouns : take the place of a noun
Subject:
Singular
Plural
Object: Singular
Plural
I
we
me
us
you
you
you
you
he, she it
they
her, him, it
them
Possessive Pronouns used with
Possessive Pronouns that stand
nouns:
alone:
my your
his
her its
our
mine
yours
his hers
its
your
their
ours yours
theirs
Adverbs : describe a verb
Tell: How the verb happened? When the verb happened?
Where the verb happened?
BIG clue: Many adverbs end in …ly
Prepositions : Words that show relationships Hint: Think about any where a mouse can go if he
came toward you…..
Common Prepositions:
about
around
above
at
across
before
after
behind
along
below
beside
by
down
during
except
for
from
in
inside
into
near
of
off
on
out
outside
over
past
through
to
under
until
up
with
without
The mouse ran ________________ me.
Conjunctions: words that connect words , phrases, or clauses
Common coordinating conjunctions: For And Nor But Or Yet So
( , + FANBOYS )
Common subordinating conjunctions: before since when although
because if while
Interjections: words that show surprise or emotion
Hint: If you get an injection, you might say
an interjection!
Common Interjections:
Ouch Hey Oh, no Well
Good grief
Ah
Oops
Whew
Okay
Oh
Wow