5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- definite articles
- conjunctive adverb
- plural noun
- collective noun
- a refers to a specific person, place or thing or idea
- b is used to express relationships between independent clauses.
ex. finally, furthermore, however, instead, and still.
- c names more than one person, place,thing, or idea
- d are the most common adjectives
- e name of a group
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- also called 'helping verbs' are combined with verbs to form verb phrases.
ex. had, do, might, would, will, must, could, and would.
- is a word used to express an action, a condition, or a state of being.
- introduce subordinate clauses--- clauses cannot stand alone as complete sentences.
ex.after, because, if, so that, than, when, and while.
- modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. they answer where, when, how, and what.
ex.here, rather early, swiftly, almost
- name of a particular person, place, thing, or idea
5 True/False Questions
concrete noun → general name for a person, place, thing. or idea
conjunction → connects words or groups of words
action verb → links the subject of the sentence to a word in the predicate.
ex.am, is, was, were,appear, become, feel, look, remain, sound, and taste, express conditions.
abstract noun → names an idea, quality, or characteristic
preposition → shows the relationship between a noun or pronoun and another word in the sentence.
ex. about, before, by, during, on, and under