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27 terms
Grammar challenge
In ages
The robbery
Surprise
Order
Ezer éve
Rablás
meglepetés
parancsol
In ages
Ezer éve
The robbery
Rablás
71 terms
Henle Grammar - Challenge A
What do Latin nouns have?
What is the Gender Rule?
What do we mean by "number" when speak…
Cases
#14... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
#15-18... In all declensions, a noun naming a female person is f…
#19-21... singular - one... plural - more than one
#22, p4... Nominative - Subject - the...... Genitive - Possessive -…
What do Latin nouns have?
#14... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
What is the Gender Rule?
#15-18... In all declensions, a noun naming a female person is f…
58 terms
Latin - Challenge A Grammar Cards
Genitive singular of 1st declension no…
Gender of 1st declension nouns
Subject case
Subject/verb agreement
-ae
1st declension nouns are feminine unless they name a male, li…
nominative
The verb agrees with its subject in person and number.
Genitive singular of 1st declension no…
-ae
Gender of 1st declension nouns
1st declension nouns are feminine unless they name a male, li…
8 terms
English Challenge
muscular
chubby
pretty
curly hair
健壯的
圓胖的
漂亮的
鬈曲的頭髮
muscular
健壯的
chubby
圓胖的
73 terms
Henle Grammar - Challenge A - Grammar No.
What do Latin nouns have?
What is the Gender Rule?
What do we mean by "number" when speak…
Cases
#14... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
#15-18... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and neu…
#19-21... singular - one... plural - more than one
#22, p4... Nominative: case of the Subject - the... Genitive: case…
What do Latin nouns have?
#14... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
What is the Gender Rule?
#15-18... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and neu…
Grammar Group Challenge!
Appositive
Prepositional Phrase Sentence Opening
Adverbial Sentence Opening
Parallel phrases (Parallelism)
The insect, an ant, is crawling slowly across floor.
In "The Lottery," Shirley Jackson wrote an ending that surpri…
Reluctantly, I loaned the student a dollar, knowing I would n…
Four parents and party guests watched as two babies took thei…
Appositive
The insect, an ant, is crawling slowly across floor.
Prepositional Phrase Sentence Opening
In "The Lottery," Shirley Jackson wrote an ending that surpri…
10 terms
English Grammar
simple sentence
compound sentence
complex sentence
independent clause
one independent clause
Two or more independent clauses
a sentence composed of at least one main clause and one subor…
A clause that can stand alone as a sentence with a subject an…
simple sentence
one independent clause
compound sentence
Two or more independent clauses
90 terms
Henle Grammar Rules - Challenge A
What do Latin nouns have?
What is the Gender Rule?
What do we mean by "number" when speak…
Cases
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
#19-21, p4 ... singular - one... plural - more than one
#22, p4-5... There are six cases in Latin:... Nominative - Subject…
What do Latin nouns have?
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
What is the Gender Rule?
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
14 terms
Grammar Latin Challenge A
14. Nouns
15. Gender
19. Number
22. Case
have gender, number, case, and declension
There are three genders in Latin: masculine, feminine, and ne…
There are two numbers in Latin: singular and plural.
There are six cases in Latin.
14. Nouns
have gender, number, case, and declension
15. Gender
There are three genders in Latin: masculine, feminine, and ne…
14 terms
Stand Out - Housing (Grammar Challenge)
bricks
wood
cement
metal
bricks
wood
8 terms
Grammar Challenging Teens
My girlfriend left me.
She won't be able to finish her dinner.
This movie is really boring.
I think that dress looks awful on her.
I should have been nicer to her.
She shouldn't have ordered so much.
We should have chosen a romantic one.
She should have chosen a different colour.
My girlfriend left me.
I should have been nicer to her.
She won't be able to finish her dinner.
She shouldn't have ordered so much.
16 terms
3.4 Grammar Challenge
war
poverty
refugee
equal
der Krieg
die Amut
der Flüchtling
gleich, gleichberechtigt
war
der Krieg
poverty
die Amut
104 terms
Grammar-Scholars Challenge
noun
common noun
proper noun
singular noun
A word that names a person, place, thing, or idea
name any one of a class of people
Names a specific person, place, thing, or idea
this tells about one person, place, thing, or idea
noun
A word that names a person, place, thing, or idea
common noun
name any one of a class of people
12 terms
Challenges 4 Your Challenge + Understanging Grammar: wish
moustache
Mohican
afterwards
give something a push
усы
ирокез
впоследствии, позднее, позже, после, потом (используется само…
подтолкнуть
moustache
усы
Mohican
ирокез
14 terms
CC Challenge A Latin Week 2 Grammar
#9 Accent
#10 Accent
#11 Quantity of Syllables
#12 Quantity of Syllables
a. In words of two syllables the accent is on the first. (vi'…
b. In words of more than two syllables, if the second last sy…
a. A syllable is short if it contains a vowel that is short b…
b. A syllable is long if it contains a vowel that is long by…
#9 Accent
a. In words of two syllables the accent is on the first. (vi'…
#10 Accent
b. In words of more than two syllables, if the second last sy…
44 terms
Challenge Henle Latin Grammar Rules 1-44
1. The Alphabet
2. Pronunciation of Vowels:
3. Note: Pronunciation often ignored:
4. Pronunciation of Diphthongs:
The Latin Alphabet has no w or y; otherwise it is the sam…
Vowels: Long ____Vowels: Short... ā as in father; ___a* as in…
Very often in practice the difference between the long and sh…
ae, oe - like e as in they;... au - like ou as in out.
1. The Alphabet
The Latin Alphabet has no w or y; otherwise it is the sam…
2. Pronunciation of Vowels:
Vowels: Long ____Vowels: Short... ā as in father; ___a* as in…
17 terms
English grammar
scooter
crocodile
kitchen
red
scooter
crocodile
29 terms
English Grammar
Noun
Common Noun
Antecedent
Verb
A person, a place, a thing or an idea.
Refers to a general class of person or thing.
Words which the pronoun refers to.
A part of speech that expresses action or a state of being.
Noun
A person, a place, a thing or an idea.
Common Noun
Refers to a general class of person or thing.
58 terms
English Grammar
countable noun
uncountable (mass) noun
noun
proper noun
things that you can count, dog, cat, animal, dollar
are substances, concepts etc that we cannot divide into separ…
a person, place, thing, event, idea or quality
a noun which is always capitalized. Mr. Jones, Moscow, etc
countable noun
things that you can count, dog, cat, animal, dollar
uncountable (mass) noun
are substances, concepts etc that we cannot divide into separ…
90 terms
Henle Grammar Rules - Challenge A
What do Latin nouns have?
What is the Gender Rule?
What do we mean by "number" when speak…
Cases
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
#19-21, p4 ... singular - one... plural - more than one
#22, p4-5... There are six cases in Latin:... Nominative - Subject…
What do Latin nouns have?
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
What is the Gender Rule?
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
20 terms
Challenge Henle Latin Grammar Rules 45-64
45. The 3rd Declension*
46. The 3rd Declension: Masculine*
47. The 3rd Declension: Feminine*
48. The 3rd Declension Note: Order of…
The Third Declension. ... The nominative singular of the third…
[The Third Declension.]... Gender: ... Nouns naming individual…
[The Third Declension.]... [Gender:]... Nouns naming individual…
[The Third Declension.] ... Note: ... These two rules (#46, 47)…
45. The 3rd Declension*
The Third Declension. ... The nominative singular of the third…
46. The 3rd Declension: Masculine*
[The Third Declension.]... Gender: ... Nouns naming individual…
75 terms
Challenge A 2016-2017 Henle Grammar Rules
9. Accent: Two Syllables
10. Accent: More Than Two Syllables
11. Quantity of Syllables: Short Sylla…
12. Quantity of Syllables: Long Syllab…
In words of two syllables the accent is on the first.... *vi'a;…
In words of more than two syllables, if the second last sylla…
A syllable is short if it contains a vowel that is short by n…
A syllable is long if it contains a vowel that is long by nat…
9. Accent: Two Syllables
In words of two syllables the accent is on the first.... *vi'a;…
10. Accent: More Than Two Syllables
In words of more than two syllables, if the second last sylla…
90 terms
Henle Grammar Rules - Challenge A
What do Latin nouns have?
What is the Gender Rule?
What do we mean by "number" when speak…
Cases
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
#19-21, p4 ... singular - one... plural - more than one
#22, p4-5... There are six cases in Latin:... Nominative - Subject…
What do Latin nouns have?
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
What is the Gender Rule?
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
100 terms
English challenge
Aberration
Abhor
Acquiesce
Alacrity
Something that differs from the norm
To hate, detest
To agree without protesting
Eagerness, speed
Aberration
Something that differs from the norm
Abhor
To hate, detest
Spanish Grammar Challenges
Tengo ganas de
Tengo suerte
La mejor
El peor
I want to
I am lucky
the best
the worst
Tengo ganas de
I want to
Tengo suerte
I am lucky
French Grammar Challenges
J'ai envie de
J'ai décidé de (infinitive)
Sans (infinitive)
Avant de (infinitive)
I want to
I have decided to
Without
Before
J'ai envie de
I want to
J'ai décidé de (infinitive)
I have decided to
English Challenge
metaphor
simile
irony
onomatopia
figure of speech comparing two different things
A comparison using like or as
A contrast between expectation and reality
is the use of word's that imiate sounds.
metaphor
figure of speech comparing two different things
simile
A comparison using like or as
10 terms
English Grammar
simple sentence
compound sentence
complex sentence
independent clause
one independent clause
Two or more independent clauses
a sentence composed of at least one main clause and one subor…
A clause that can stand alone as a sentence with a subject an…
simple sentence
one independent clause
compound sentence
Two or more independent clauses
57 terms
Challenge A: Latin Grammar Rules
In words of 2 syllables
In words of more than 2 syllables
A syllable is short if
A syllable is long if
The accent is on the first. vīa; bēllum
If the 2nd last syllable is long it is accented; otherwise th…
If it contains a vowel that is short by nature or that is fol…
It contains a vowel that is long by nature or a vowel that is…
In words of 2 syllables
The accent is on the first. vīa; bēllum
In words of more than 2 syllables
If the 2nd last syllable is long it is accented; otherwise th…
English challenge
Carp
Tars
Pulmon
Renal
Wrist
Foot
Lung
Kidney
Carp
Wrist
Tars
Foot
90 terms
Challenge A - Latin Grammar Rules
What do Latin nouns have?
What is the Gender Rule?
What do we mean by "number" when speak…
Cases
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
#19-21, p4 ... singular - one... plural - more than one
#22, p4-5... There are six cases in Latin:... Nominative - Subject…
What do Latin nouns have?
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
What is the Gender Rule?
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
77 terms
CC Challenge A Henle Latin Grammar Rules
1. The Alphabet
2. Pronunciation: Long/Short Vowels
*3. Pronunciation Note: Long and Short…
4. Pronunciation: Dipthongs
The Alphabet. ... The Latin Alphabet has no w or y; otherw…
Pronunciation. ... The Latin letters are pronounced as follows…
[Pronunciation.] ... Note: ... Very often in practice the diffe…
[Pronunciation.]... Diphthongs:... ae, oe - like e as in they…
1. The Alphabet
The Alphabet. ... The Latin Alphabet has no w or y; otherw…
2. Pronunciation: Long/Short Vowels
Pronunciation. ... The Latin letters are pronounced as follows…
11 terms
English Grammar
Adjective
Adverb
Article
Connectives
A word that describes a noun.
A word that describes a verb.
Articles define whether a noun is general (indefinite) or spe…
Used to connect the major parts of your speech.
Adjective
A word that describes a noun.
Adverb
A word that describes a verb.
7 terms
Challenge Henle Latin Grammar Rules 65-71
65. The 4th Declension of port-us, por…
66. Gender (4th Declension)
67. Domus, ūs, f., house, home; shows…
68. Neuter nouns of the 4th declension…
Singular: port-us, port-ūs, port-uī, port-um, port-ū... Plural:…
All masculine except manus, ūs, f., hand; domus, ūs, f., hous…
Singular: domus, domūs, domuī, domum, *domō... Plural: domūs, *d…
Singular: corn-ū, corn-ūs, corn-ū, corn-ū, corn-ū... Plural: cor…
65. The 4th Declension of port-us, por…
Singular: port-us, port-ūs, port-uī, port-um, port-ū... Plural:…
66. Gender (4th Declension)
All masculine except manus, ūs, f., hand; domus, ūs, f., hous…
90 terms
Henle Grammar Rules - Challenge A
What do Latin nouns have?
What is the Gender Rule?
What do we mean by "number" when speak…
Cases
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
#19-21, p4 ... singular - one... plural - more than one
#22, p4-5... There are six cases in Latin:... Nominative - Subject…
What do Latin nouns have?
#14, p4... Latin nouns have gender, number, case and declension.
What is the Gender Rule?
#15-18, p4... There are three genders - feminine, masculine, and…
9 terms
Henle Latin Grammar Challenge Week 2
Accent
Quantity of Syllables
First Note
Nouns
In words of two syllables the accent is on the first: via; be…
A syllable is short if it contains a vowel that is short by n…
x and z each count as two consonants (cs and ds); h and the u…
Have gender, number, case, and declension
Accent
In words of two syllables the accent is on the first: via; be…
Quantity of Syllables
A syllable is short if it contains a vowel that is short by n…
145 terms
English Grammar
admit
adore
advocate
appreciate
-ing
-ing
-ing
-ing
admit
-ing
adore
-ing
60 terms
Latin Grammar for CC Challenge A
Genitive Singular of 1st declension no…
Gender of 1st decl. nouns
Subject case
Subject/verb agreement
-ae
1st decl. nouns are feminine unless they name a male, like na…
nominative
The verb agrees with its subject in person and number
Genitive Singular of 1st declension no…
-ae
Gender of 1st decl. nouns
1st decl. nouns are feminine unless they name a male, like na…
45 terms
English grammar
Present perfect
Past perfect
Future perfect
Present perfect progressive
I've already eaten.
I had already eaten when they arrived.
I will already have eaten when they arrive.
I have been studying for two hours.
Present perfect
I've already eaten.
Past perfect
I had already eaten when they arrived.
50 terms
Grammar English
Appositive
Participle
Gerunds
Infinitives
-renames noun or pronoun... -essential, no commas... -nonessential,…
-adjectives... -end -ing,-ed, -en
-nouns... -end in -ing... -one word or phrase
-to+verb
Appositive
-renames noun or pronoun... -essential, no commas... -nonessential,…
Participle
-adjectives... -end -ing,-ed, -en
55 terms
English Grammar
Noun
Common Noun
Proper Noun
Concrete Noun
A word naming a person, place, thing, or idea
General name
Name of Particular Object
name of something perceived by the senses
Noun
A word naming a person, place, thing, or idea
Common Noun
General name
13 terms
Challenge A Latin Grammar Rules First Semester
First Declension Gender rule masculine
First Declension Gender rule feminine
Second Declension gender rule masculine
Second Declension gender rule neuter
all nouns naming individual male persons are masculine... nauta,…
all others are feminine ... terra, ae - land (s)
nouns ending in us are masculine.... servus, i - slave(s)
nouns ending in um are neuter... bellum, a - war(s)
First Declension Gender rule masculine
all nouns naming individual male persons are masculine... nauta,…
First Declension Gender rule feminine
all others are feminine ... terra, ae - land (s)
58 terms
CHALLENGE ENGLISH I
Alliteration
Consonant
Allusion
Hyperbole
He is a Romeo.
I walked two thousand miles.
Alliteration
Consonant
58 terms
English Grammar
countable noun
uncountable (mass) noun
noun
proper noun
things that you can count, dog, cat, animal, dollar
are substances, concepts etc that we cannot divide into separ…
a person, place, thing, event, idea or quality
a noun which is always capitalized. Mr. Jones, Moscow, etc
countable noun
things that you can count, dog, cat, animal, dollar
uncountable (mass) noun
are substances, concepts etc that we cannot divide into separ…
61 terms
English grammar
Be
Blow
Break
Bring
Was/were
Blew
Broke
Brought
Be
Was/were
Blow
Blew
65 terms
Challenge B Saxon Algebra 1/2 Grammar
Hindu-Arabic system (1)
digits (numerals) (1)
counting numbers OR natural numbers (1)
whole numbers (1)
a base-10 number system that has 10 different symbols
symbols used in the base-10 Hindu-arabic system:... 0,1,2,3,4,5,…
1,2,3,4,5...
0,1,2,3,4...
Hindu-Arabic system (1)
a base-10 number system that has 10 different symbols
digits (numerals) (1)
symbols used in the base-10 Hindu-arabic system:... 0,1,2,3,4,5,…
18 terms
English Grammar
order of adjectives ... well... good luck…
predate
maladministration
degenerate
two ... lovely ... big... old ... round... white... French ... wooden ... cathedrals
wyprzedzać, poprzedzać
lack of ​care, ​judgment, or ​honesty in the ​management of s…
to become worse... pogarszać się, ulegać degeneracji, przeradzać…
order of adjectives ... well... good luck…
two ... lovely ... big... old ... round... white... French ... wooden ... cathedrals
predate
wyprzedzać, poprzedzać
38 terms
English grammar
Nouns
Proper nouns
Common nouns
Articles
Words that name persons, places, things, or ideas.
Starting with capital letters, they name specific persons, pl…
The names for general, everyday objects and things.
'A', 'an', and 'the,' they signal that a noun will follow.
Nouns
Words that name persons, places, things, or ideas.
Proper nouns
Starting with capital letters, they name specific persons, pl…
20 terms
English Grammar
aboard
alone
around
astronauts
on or onto a ship, aircraft, bus, or train
without other people
positioned or moving in or near a place, often without a clea…
a person trained for space flight
aboard
on or onto a ship, aircraft, bus, or train
alone
without other people
10 terms
English grammar
Nouns
Pronoun
Proper noun
Verb
Person, place, thing or Animal
A word that substitutes for other nouns
The name of a specific Person, Place or thing.
What you do
Nouns
Person, place, thing or Animal
Pronoun
A word that substitutes for other nouns
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