39 terms

First Language Lessons Level 4

a group of words that expresses a complete thought, begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark
a person, place, thing or idea.
a word that does and action, shows a state of being, links two words together, or helps another verb.
describes a noun or pronoun
the noun that is replaced by a pronoun
to learn the varies forms of the verb
a word that describes a verb, an adjective or another adverb
predicate nominative
noun or pronoun in the complete predicate that renames the subject
a word used in place of a noun
a word that shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word in the sentence
adjectives answer the questions
what kind, which one, how many and whose?
adverbs answer the questions
how, when, where, how often and to what extent?
preposition phrases answer the questions
what or whom?
direct object questions answer the questions
(verb) + what or (verb) + whom?
indirect object questions questions
to whom or for whom the action is done?
Antecedent in latin
' to go before'
8 rules for capitalization
proper names of persons, places, things and animals
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names of deities
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days of the week, months , but NOT seasons
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first, last and other important words in titles of books, stories, poems and songs.
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the word I
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_the first word of every line in traditional poetry
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first word of every sentence
List (23) pronouns
I, me, my, mine
You, your, yours
He, she, him, her, it
His, hers, its
We us, our ours
They, them, their, theirs
4 Demonstrative pronouns
this, that, these, those
and, but, or
article adjectives
a, an, the
Helping Verbs
am, is, are
was, were
be, being, been
have, has, had
do, does, did
shall, will, should, would
can, could,
may, might, must
Linking Verb
am, is, are
was, were
be, being, been
Being Verbs
am, is, are
was, were
be, being, been
Subject Pronouns
I, he, she, we, they, you
Object Pronouns
me, him, her, us, them
to separate items in a _series
to set off a _noun__ of direct address.
after woods such as yes, _no_, oh and _well_, when they begin a sentence.
same name -
present - present
same writing-
bass - bass
same sound-
ate - eight