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Transcript
The MUST HAVES of GRAMMAR
(That means you need to memorize these.)
Parts of Speech
Grammar: a way of thinking about language
Noun: the name of a person, place, or thing
Pronoun: a word that takes the place of a noun
List of Subject Pronouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they
List of Object Pronouns: me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them
Adjective: a word that modifies a noun or pronoun
Verb: a word that shows action, being, or links a subject to its subject complement
Adverb: a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
Conjunction: a word that joins two words or two groups of words
List of all coordinating conjunctions: and, but, or, nor, for, so, yet
List of some subordinating conjunctions: if, as, since, when, because
Preposition: shows the relationship between its object and another word in the sentence
Interjection: shows emotion but has no grammatical function
Parts of a Sentence
Sentence: a group of words that has a subject and its predicate and makes a complete thought
Subject: the noun or subject pronoun that the sentence is about
Predicate: the verb and other words that are about the subject
Direct Object: the noun or object pronoun that receives the action of the action verb
Indirect Object: the noun or object pronoun between the action verb and the direct object that is indirectly
affected by the action
Subject Complement: the noun, subject pronoun, or adjective that is linked to the subject by a linking
verb and that tells more about the subject
Phrases
Phrase: a group of words that does not have a subject and its predicate that acts like a single part of speech
Prepositional Phrase: a phrase beginning with a preposition, used as a modifier
Appositive: an interrupting definition
Verbal: a verb form used as a noun, adjective, or adverb
Gerund: an –ing verb form used as a noun
Participle: a verb form of various endings used as an adjective
Infinitive: the to- form of the verb, used as a noun or modifier
Clauses
Clause: a group of words that has a subject and its predicate
Independent clause: a clause that is a complete thought
Dependent clause: a clause that is not a complete thought, but needs to be connected to an independent
clause
Compound sentence: two or more independent clauses
Complex sentence: independent clause joined to a dependent clause
Declarative sentence: a sentence that declares or makes a statement
Imperative sentence: a sentence that makes a command
Interrogative sentence: a sentence that interrogates or asks a question
Exclamatory sentence: a sentence that exclaims or has an exclamation point