6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- A complete thought that can stand on it's own as a sentence
- A word used in place of a noun
- Connects individual words or groups of words (independent clauses, lists, etc.)
- Any noun that doesn't name a specific person, place, thing, idea. It is not capitalized.
- The word that gets replaces by a pronoun
- Words used to express strong emotion or surprise. A comma or exclamation point separates it in a sentence.
6 True/False Questions
Proper noun → Any noun that names a specific person, place, thing, idea. It is capitalized.
Adverbs → Modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs
Name all the pronouns → A word used in place of a noun
Linking Verbs/ Helping Verbs → Could would should have has had do did can may shall will might
Adjetives → Modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs
Linking Verbs → Come before the main noun and tell more, exactly when and how the action of a sentence is taking place