Abeka English parts of a sentence review
Terms in this set (43)
Group of words that express is a complete thought and can stand alone
part about which something is said
Part which said something about the subject
Shows action, links another word to the subject, helps another verb, or merely indicates existence
Names a person, place, thing, or idea.
Word that takes the place of a noun
Word that modifies a noun or pronoun
modifies a verb, and adjective, or another adverb
A word that shows how a noun or pronoun is related to some other word in the sentence
Word or word group that joins words, phrases, or clauses
An exclamatory word that is not grammatically related to the other words in a sentence
A group of related words that does not contain a subject and a verb. Used as a single part of speech.
Group of related words that contains both a subject and a verb.
Expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence
Dependent, subordinate clause
Contains a subject and verb but does not express a complete thought and cannot stand alone as a sentence
One independent clause and no dependent clauses
Contains two or more independent clauses but no dependent clauses
Contains one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses
Compound complex sentence
Contains two or more independent clauses in one or more dependent clauses
Makes a statement, ends with a period
Gives a command or makes a request. Ends with a period or exclamation point
Ask a question, ends with question mark
Shows sudden or strong feeling. Ends with an exclamation point
Word or words that complete a meaning begun by the subject and verb
Word that does not function grammatically in sentence so plays an important rhetorical roll. known as the words There or it .
Noun or an adjective that is sometimes needed in addition to the direct object to complete the sense of the verb. Can complete the phrase "to be"
We made Scott treasurer.
Substantive is that tells to whom or for whom or to what or for what the action of the verb is done
Substantive that follows a linking verb and three names or explain the subject can complete the action of "="
Mr. Hurley is our coach.
An adjective that follows a linking verb and modifies the subject.
The plains are desolate.
Term applied to a verbal verbal that requires a receiver of an action in order to express a complete thought
the pitcher threw the ball
Term applied to a verbal verbal that does not require a receiver of an action in order to express a complete thought
the ball sailed over the fence
AM, is, are, was, were, Be, being, then, have been, has been, had been, shall be, will be, might have been, etc, taste, feel, smell, sound, look, appear, become, seem, grow, remain, stay
AM is are was were be being been have has had do does did shel well should would they might must can could
Another term that may be used to refer to any word, phrase, or clause that functions as a noun or noun equivalent. also known as gerund, infinitive, phrase, or clause
Substantive that follows another substantive to explain or identify it
Nehemiah, the Kings cup bear, rebuild the walls of Jerusalem.
The word for which a pronoun stands
ALEX DUNBAR is our bus driver. HeRknows every rider by name.
Term applied to a compound personal pronoun that reflects the action of the verb back to the subject
they can defend themselves.
Used to ask a question. Who whom whose which what
Point out the person or thing referred to. This that these those.
Do not definitely .0 persons or things and do not usually have antecedent. each either neither one everyone everybody no one nobody anyone anybody someone somebody both few several many so many non almost
Verb used as an adjective.
the cheering crowds encouraged our team
Verbs that may be used as an adjectives.
The team to beat is the Eagles
Verb form used as a noun.
our pastor enjoys preaching.
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