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17 terms

Grammer

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possessive pronoun
takes the place of a noun
my, you, his, her, its, mine, yours,
objective pronoun
functions as a object
us, you, then, me you, him her, it
nominative pronoun
functions as the subject or predicate noun
i, you, she, it, we, you, they
indefinite pronoun
doesn't refer to a definite person or thing
somebody, anybody, some, few
interrogative pronoun
ask a question
which whose what whom who?
linking verb
link two words together
is, be, am are, was, were, been, being
helping verbs
"helps" an action verb or linking verb
action verbs
shows action
verbal
verb not behaving like a verb
gerund
verb acting like a noun
ends in -ing
ex) i enjoy shopping.
participle
verb acting like a adjective
infinitive
to + verb
to write/ to eat
appositive
noun or pronoun that follows and renames another noun or pronoun
infinitive phrase
a prepositional phrase acting as the object of the infinitive
conjunctions
joins words, phrases, and clauses
coordinating conjunctions
FANBOYS for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so
subordinating conjunctions
start dependent clauses (are apart of the sentence/ clause)