The noun, pronoun, or main phrase that precedes/governs the main verb.
The verb that expresses the action being performed by the subject; what the noun in the sentence modifies.
A word that can function as the subject of a sentence. Refers to people, places, things, states, or qualities.
A word that expresses action, state, or a relation between two things. Function as the main elements of sentences.
Modifies a noun; a describing word.
Modifies a verb or an adjective.
Replaces a noun or a noun phrase with a very general reference.
Links a noun, pronoun, or gerund to other words (direction, time, place, etc.)
A word that is linked to a noun and identifies it as such.
Connects words, phrases, clauses, and sentences (FANBOYS).
Follows a noun to add more detail.
An appositive that cannot be omitted from a sentence without affecting the meaning.
An appositive that is not essential for the sentence to make sense.
A phrase consisting of a preposition, its object (usually a noun or a pronoun), and any modifiers of the object.
Consists of two or more subjects joined by a conjunction and having the same verb.
Use of a semicolon
Used to indicate a major division in a sentence where a more distinct separation is felt between clauses or items on a list than is indicated by a comma.
A swear word OR a word considered as regularly filling the syntactic position of another.
The most basic form of a verb; does not specify the subject.
A clause containing an infinitive as its main or only verb form.
An adjective that refers to participation in the action or state of the verb; a verbal form used as an adjective. The past form ends in "-ed" and the present form ends in "-ing."
The style of speaking or writing as dependent upon choice of words.
A particular style or manner, as of writing or speech; mood.
A word (especially an adverb) that indicates and usually increases the degree of emphasis or force to be given to the element it modifies.
Using three or more alike elements, separated with commas, in a sentence.
An adverb that indicates the relationship in meaning between two independent clauses.
A dependent clause that introduces an independent clause.
Words, phrases, or clauses that make one element of a sentence dependent on another.
Tells two or more things about the same subject without repeating the subject.
A group of words with a subject and a verb, but one that cannot stand alone as a sentence.
A group of words consisting of a subject and a predicate that can stand alone.
The "-ing" form of a verb when functioning as a noun.
A word, phrase, or clause that is replaced by a pronoun or other substitute later in the same (or a subsequent) sentence.