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5 Matching questions

  1. plural noun
  2. indefinite articles
  3. linking verb
  4. auxiliary verbs
  5. possessive noun
  1. a also called 'helping verbs' are combined with verbs to form verb phrases.
    ex. had, do, might, would, will, must, could, and would.
  2. b noun that shows ownership or relationship
    ex. star's mansion
  3. c 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.
  4. d names more than one person, place,thing, or idea
    ex. trees
  5. e (a and an) refer to the unspecified members of groups of people, places, things, or ideas.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. consists of a proposition, its object, and any modifiers of the object.
  2. are formed from proper nouns. They're capitalized and often end with -n, -an, -ian, -ese, -or ish
    ex. Chinese, Spanish.
  3. single noun formed from two or more words.
    ex. grapefruit
  4. is used to express relationships between independent clauses.
    ex. finally, furthermore, however, instead, and still.
  5. general name for a person, place, thing. or idea
    ex. state

5 True/False questions

  1. proper nounname of a particular person, place, thing, or idea
    ex. California

          

  2. abstract nounnames more than one person, place,thing, or idea
    ex. trees

          

  3. compound prepositionsingle noun formed from two or more words.
    ex. grapefruit

          

  4. action verblinks 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.

          

  5. object of the prepositionis the noun or pronoun that follows the preposition

          

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