Takes the place of a noun
Pronouns sit in different positions in a sentence
Pronouns can sit in a sentence as a:
is the subject of the sentence
Singular Pronouns in SUBJECT POSITION
I, you, he, she, it
Plural Pronouns in SUBJECT POSITION
We, you, they
Actions in a sentence
Ex. Run, jump, play, moved, swam, had crossed
Verbs that join the subject to an adjective or a noun.
John is a boy.
Examples: is, are, was, were, be, will be, seem
Prepositions *memorize yellow list
little words that show direction, positions, and time
Examples: under the chair, below the roof, during the movie, on the table
little words that connect ideas in a sentence
Examples: and, but, because
little words that show surprise often
ex. Ouch! Oh! Wow! Oops!
Words that describe nouns
Ask: What kind of??
The pretty girl, the third boy, the joyful mom
Words that describe verbs and show how and time
Usually end in "ly"
Examples: She ran quickly.
He ran fast.
Nouns come in different styles
people, place, thing
Ex. Swimming, chair, girl, Taylor
Everyday person, places, or things
Picture: Casual, typical names of things
Examples: vase, chair, t.v.
Very specific place, person, or thing
Picture: somebody all dressed up with a capital letter!
Ex.: The Washington Monument, Caroline
Names of something that cannot be seen or touched
love, freedom, christianity, democracy,
Opposite of Abstract: can be seen and can be touched
Ex: book, flag, table, ball