comparing two unlike things not usig like or as
comparing two unlike things using like or as
an indirect reference
forms its past and past participal by adding -d or -ed
it does't add -d or -ed to the past particaple form
a word used in place of a noun.......indefinate anyone anybody anything. distributive......each either neither...
describes or limits a noun or pronoun. ....indefinate forms.......- one -body-thing.....distributive each either neither every.
describes a verb
links pronouns to the rest of the sentence (i.e. by the bed beyond the bed)
comparing two things
comparing more than two things