Terms in this set (46)
groups of related words that lack either a subject or a verb or both
to the restaurant
walking along the beach
as long as his arm
groups of related words that have both a subject and a verb
forms a complete thought independently.
He wants it all.
not a complete thought but depends on something else to make it a statement
because he wants it all
groups of related words with a subject a verb but must make a complete statement. Have at least one independent clause and may have any number of dependent clauses.
names a person, place or thing, or an idea or quality.
Marcela, Michigan, book, freedom, intelligience
a word that takes the place of a noun
I, you, him, our, its, theirs, one, someone, everybody
A form of the verb, usually ending in ing, t, or en, that is used as a noun.
A form of the verb starting with to. (to swim, to eat)
noun or pronoun that is doing the acting or being in a sentences. Answers the questions "Who?" or "What?" before the verb.
the subject and its modifiers
A noun or its substitute that follows a linking verb and restates the subject.
Subject of an infinitive
a noun that comes between the verb and the infinitive
the direct receiver of the action in a sentence. Ask "Whom?" or "What?" after the verb.
Predicate objective/objective complement
Follows a direct object and restates it.
the person or thing to whom or to which, or for whom or for which, an action is done.
Object of a preposition
A noun or its substitute following a preposition
Object of a participle
A noun or its substitute following a participle
Object of a gerund
A noun or its substitute following a gerund
Object of an infinitive
Answers "What?" "Whom?" or "Where?" after an infinitive
expresses action or state of being and tells what a noun is doing or being
a verb used as part of a sentence
Am, are, be, been, being, can, could, did, do, does, had, has, have, is, may, might, must, ought, shall, should, was, were, will, would
Verbs that have a direct object that tells to what or to whom the action was done
Verbs that do not take a direct object-- linking verbs and complete verbs
Verbs that take a predicate complement--either a predicate nominative or a predicate adjective
"To be" linking verbs
Am, is, are, was, were, has been, have been, had been, shall be, will be
Linking verbs used for the five senses
Appear, feel, look, smell, sound, taste
Other linking verbs
Act, become, continue, grow, remain, seem, stay, turn, wax
take neither a direct object nor a predicate complement
The woman HESITATED.
words that describe or limit subjects, objects or verbs. They provide details
join together parts of a sentence
modifies a verb by telling how many, what kind, which, or whose
Modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb, generally by telling how, when, where, to what degree or extent, or how much
Expresses an emotional outburst
A form of a verb, usually ending in ing, t, or en, that is used as an adjective. Also used in making verb tenses and progressive forms of verbs
An adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject
Noun of direct address
Modifies the sentence by naming the person to whom a statement is addressed
A word or phrase that follows a noun or one of its substitutes and modifies it by renaming it
consists of a preposition and the noun that follows it
Shows the relationship between its object and something else in the sentence
connects words, phrases, or clauses
and. but, for, nor, or, so, and yet. Used when the words, phrases, or clauses they connect are on equal rank
Used in pairs
Not only...but also
Although, as, because, if, since, until, whether, while.
Connect two unequal parts of a sentence.
Show strong logical relationship between the sentences they connect, mostly transition words.
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