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English Grammar Book Vocab
independent clause
dependent clause
modifier
antecedent
contains a subject and verb and can stand alone
contains a subject and verb and cannot stand alone
a word or group of words that modify/modifies a noun or pronoun
the word which pronoun replaces
independent clause
contains a subject and verb and can stand alone
dependent clause
contains a subject and verb and cannot stand alone
48 terms
Book 19 Grammar Lesson 1
Inseparable phrasal verbs and phrasal…
put up with
get together (with)
work out
phrasal verbs and phrasal prepositional verbs that cannot be…
tolerate
meet socially
exercise
Inseparable phrasal verbs and phrasal…
phrasal verbs and phrasal prepositional verbs that cannot be…
put up with
tolerate
34 terms
English Grammar Recitation, Book 1
What is a sentence?
What are the two parts of every senten…
What is a subject?
What is a predicate?
A sentence is a group of words expressing a complete thought.…
The two parts of every sentence are the subject and the *pr…
The subject tells who or what the sentence is about?... *Ex…
The predicate tell what the subject is or does.... Ex. 1
What is a sentence?
A sentence is a group of words expressing a complete thought.…
What are the two parts of every senten…
The two parts of every sentence are the subject and the *pr…
10 terms
English Grammar Book GLOSSARY
independent clause
dependent clause
modifier
antecedent
contains a subject and a verb and can stand alone
contains a subject and a verb and cannot stand alone
a word or group of words that modifies (describes) a noun or…
the word which the pronoun replaces
independent clause
contains a subject and a verb and can stand alone
dependent clause
contains a subject and a verb and cannot stand alone
13 terms
Grammar book vocabs for English
pronoun
antecedent
personal pronoun
possessive pronoun
words that take the place of a noun or other pronouns.
the word the pronoun replace is called its____
人称... I me you us he him she
take ownership... my mine your our ours her hers their
pronoun
words that take the place of a noun or other pronouns.
antecedent
the word the pronoun replace is called its____
9 terms
English Grammar Book 1: Nouns
Give the eight parts of speech.
What is a noun?
Name the four ways nouns may be classi…
What is a common noun? Give examples.
The eight parts of speech are noun, pronoun, adjective, verb,…
A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.
Nouns may be common or proper, concrete or abstract, collecti…
A common noun names a non-specific person, place, or thing. I…
Give the eight parts of speech.
The eight parts of speech are noun, pronoun, adjective, verb,…
What is a noun?
A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.
60 terms
Book 19 grammar lesson 2
few / a few
little / a little
a few / a little few / little
Would you like ______________ milk in…
used for countable nouns
used for uncountable nouns
can be used as adjectives and as pronouns
a little
few / a few
used for countable nouns
little / a little
used for uncountable nouns
29 terms
Book 19 lesson 4 grammar
We use "wish + THAT + noun clause (con…
The use of "too" before an adjective o…
The use of "very" before an adjective…
Verb + Passive To-Infinitive can be us…
...to express regret about a past situation.
...means "more than enough." It has a negative implication.
...means "to a great degree." It means a lot, or much.
...the direct object of certain verbs.
We use "wish + THAT + noun clause (con…
...to express regret about a past situation.
The use of "too" before an adjective o…
...means "more than enough." It has a negative implication.
47 terms
Book 24 Lesson 3 Grammar
The "to-infinitive" can be used as...
I hope the car isn't broken...
If you have questions....
I know he can speak Thai...
...the direct object of a sentence.
...it may be expensive to fix.
....feel free to ask.
...but is he able to read?
The "to-infinitive" can be used as...
...the direct object of a sentence.
I hope the car isn't broken...
...it may be expensive to fix.
11 terms
English Grammar Lessons
Future Perfect Tense
Present Perfect Progressive Tense
Correlative conjunctions
Pronouns and Antecedents
will have _pp_
has/had been (verb+ing/present participle)
either/or... neither/nor... not only/but also... both/and... whether/or... n…
Pronouns are the words like he, I, she, it, they, his, her, h…
Future Perfect Tense
will have _pp_
Present Perfect Progressive Tense
has/had been (verb+ing/present participle)
AP English Grammar Lessons
Direct Verb
Precise Verb
Active Verb
Fragment Sentence
taking out the linking verb and making the sentence more active
choosing deliberately, choosing a more precise word
subject is doing something rather than something happening wi…
incomplete sentence that readers think are complete sometimes…
Direct Verb
taking out the linking verb and making the sentence more active
Precise Verb
choosing deliberately, choosing a more precise word
7 terms
Book English Grammar
occasionally
seldom
to bark
to vary
gelegentlich
selten
bellen
ändern
occasionally
gelegentlich
seldom
selten
English Grammar Book
Doorbell
Slip
Demand
Propose
Timbre
Deslizarse
Exigir
Proponer
Doorbell
Timbre
Slip
Deslizarse
MIDTERM- English- Grammar and Book Terms
Symbolisim
Personification
Dramatic Irony
Mood
represents an idea
grants human characteristics to nonhuman objects
when one character is ignorant of something that the reader o…
the feeling the author creates
Symbolisim
represents an idea
Personification
grants human characteristics to nonhuman objects
English grammar book
Get wet... We're gonna get wet it startin…
Get late... It's getting late
Get hungry ... I'm getting hungry
Go around ... The earth goes around the s…
Islanmak
Gec kalmak,olmak
Acikmak
Dönmek
Get wet... We're gonna get wet it startin…
Islanmak
Get late... It's getting late
Gec kalmak,olmak
40 terms
Book 19 Lesson 3 Grammar
Passive Causative:
In the passive causative...
I'm having a new tablet _________ to m…
Did you ______ your car fixed yet?
Using a past participle after a direct object, following the…
..."have" and "get" mean the same thing.
sent
get
Passive Causative:
Using a past participle after a direct object, following the…
In the passive causative...
..."have" and "get" mean the same thing.
English #lesson/grammar2
Slipshod
Nefarious
Precursor
Impregnable
Showing a lack of care or thought
Wicked or criminal
Person or thing that comes before a similar kind
Unable to be captured or broken into
Slipshod
Showing a lack of care or thought
Nefarious
Wicked or criminal
5 terms
English Grammar Book 1: Sentences
A sentence is a group of words express…
The two parts of every sentence are th…
The subject tells who or what the sent…
The predicate tells what the subject i…
What is a sentence?
What are the two parts of every sentence?
What is a subject?
What is a predicate?
A sentence is a group of words express…
What is a sentence?
The two parts of every sentence are th…
What are the two parts of every sentence?
English II exam grammar and books
difference between Affect and Effect
Comma Splice
Run on sentence
MLA citations
AFFECT: "to influence"; to act in a way you do not feel. ... "Th…
-incorrectly connected independent clauses. ... -two independent…
(fused sentence): two independent clauses connected with inco…
in text citation:... In addition to the walls' responsibility du…
difference between Affect and Effect
AFFECT: "to influence"; to act in a way you do not feel. ... "Th…
Comma Splice
-incorrectly connected independent clauses. ... -two independent…
15 terms
English Grammar Lesson 2
Acidulous
Avaricious
Baleful
Bellicose
Somewhat acid or sour
Excessively greedy
Deadly; sinister
Warlike; likes to fight
Acidulous
Somewhat acid or sour
Avaricious
Excessively greedy
15 terms
English Grammar Lesson 1
Jingoist
Lothario
Maverick
Nemesis
One who boasts about his patrioism and favors a warlike forie…
Seducer, lover.
One who acts independently
Someone/something that makes you feel frustrated/defeated.
Jingoist
One who boasts about his patrioism and favors a warlike forie…
Lothario
Seducer, lover.
28 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus Book (Lesson 7) and Grammar for English Quiz
Arid
Compatible
Deplore
Fraught
(adj.) lacking water or rainfall; very dry
(adj.) capable of existing or working together
1. (v.) to condemn... 2. (v.) to regret
1. (adj.) filled with; laden... 2. (adj.) emotionally distressed…
Arid
(adj.) lacking water or rainfall; very dry
Compatible
(adj.) capable of existing or working together
English Grammar Recitation Book 1, Sentences
What is a sentence?
What are the two parts of every senten…
What is a subject?
What is a predicate?
A sentence is a group of words expressing a complete thought.
The two parts of every sentence are the subject and the predi…
The subject tells who or what the sentence is about.
The predicate tells what the subject is or does.
What is a sentence?
A sentence is a group of words expressing a complete thought.
What are the two parts of every senten…
The two parts of every sentence are the subject and the predi…
English Grammar Recitation Book 1, Nouns
Give the eight parts of speech.
What is a noun?
Name the four ways nouns may be classi…
What is a common noun? ... Give examples.
The eight parts of speech are noun, pronoun, adjective, verb,…
A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.
Nouns may be common or proper, concrete or abstract, collecti…
A common noun names a non-specific person, place, or thing. I…
Give the eight parts of speech.
The eight parts of speech are noun, pronoun, adjective, verb,…
What is a noun?
A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.
English Grammar Recitation Book 1, Nouns
Give the eight parts of speech.
What is a noun?
Name the four ways nouns may be classi…
What is a common noun? ... Give examples.
The eight parts of speech are noun, pronoun, adjective, verb,…
A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.
Nouns may be common or proper, concrete or abstract, collecti…
A common noun names a non-specific person, place, or thing. I…
Give the eight parts of speech.
The eight parts of speech are noun, pronoun, adjective, verb,…
What is a noun?
A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.
English Grammar Lesson #1
Bring
Take
Less
Fewer
You're coming.... ex) _____ your book to math class.
You're going.... ex) ____ your homework with you.
Before a singular. (L or F)
Before a plural (L or F)
Bring
You're coming.... ex) _____ your book to math class.
Take
You're going.... ex) ____ your homework with you.
21 terms
English: Grammar lesson 2
(5d) Each, either, neither, one, no on…
(5e) several, few, both, many
(5f) some, any, none, all and most
Subjects joined by and
singular verb
plural verb
can be singular or plural depending on the sentence
are plural verb
(5d) Each, either, neither, one, no on…
singular verb
(5e) several, few, both, many
plural verb
44 terms
English Book/Grammar Terms- Final
Adjective
Demonstrative Adjectives
Proper Adjectives
Compound Nouns
A word that is used to modify a noun or pronoun.
This, that, these, and those can be used both as adjectives a…
Adjectives formed from proper nouns are called proper adjecti…
Sometimes a proper adjective and a noun are used together so…
Adjective
A word that is used to modify a noun or pronoun.
Demonstrative Adjectives
This, that, these, and those can be used both as adjectives a…
English Book/Grammar Terms - Final
Adjective
Demonstrative Adjectives
Proper Adjectives
Compound Nouns
A word that is used to modify a noun or pronoun.
This, that, these, and those can be used both as adjectives a…
Adjectives formed from proper nouns are called proper adjecti…
Sometimes a proper adjective and a noun are used together so…
Adjective
A word that is used to modify a noun or pronoun.
Demonstrative Adjectives
This, that, these, and those can be used both as adjectives a…
english grammar book 182-184
recruitment
employment agency
sign a contract of employment
CV
πρόσληψη
γραφείο εύρεσης εργασίας
υπογράφω σύμβαση εργασίας
βιογραφικό σημείωμα
recruitment
πρόσληψη
employment agency
γραφείο εύρεσης εργασίας
English Grammar Recitation Book 2, Sentences
What is the best way to find the subje…
Give an example of a word that can be…
What is the difference between the sim…
What is the difference between the sim…
Locate the verb, and then ask the question, "Who or what?" be…
TOTAL can be used as a noun, verb, or adjective.... Example 1:…
a. The simple subject is the principal word the sentence is a…
a. The simple predicate is the verb, including helping verbs.…
What is the best way to find the subje…
Locate the verb, and then ask the question, "Who or what?" be…
Give an example of a word that can be…
TOTAL can be used as a noun, verb, or adjective.... Example 1:…
13 terms
English Grammar Book 1: Questions 19-31
What is an adjective?
Give the three questions adjectives an…
Define article and name the three Engl…
What is an adverb?
An adjective is a word that modifies a noun or pronoun.
Adjectives answer the questions: which one, what kind, and ho…
Articles are words that signify nouns. A and an are the indef…
An adverb is a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or an…
What is an adjective?
An adjective is a word that modifies a noun or pronoun.
Give the three questions adjectives an…
Adjectives answer the questions: which one, what kind, and ho…
English Grammar Recitation Book 1, Adjectives and Adverbs
What is an adjective?
Give the three questions adjectives an…
Define article and name the three Engl…
What is an adverb?
An adjective is a word that modifies a noun or pronoun.
Adjectives answer the questions: which one, what kind, and ho…
Articles are words that signify nouns. A and AN are the indef…
An adverb is a word that modifies a verb, and adjective, or a…
What is an adjective?
An adjective is a word that modifies a noun or pronoun.
Give the three questions adjectives an…
Adjectives answer the questions: which one, what kind, and ho…
56 terms
Grammar Book Lesson 1 vocab
el hijo
la hija
el padre
la madre
Son
The daughter
the father
the mother
el hijo
Son
la hija
The daughter
24 terms
Grammar of Am English Lesson 1
phonology
morphology
dative movement (p. 4)
pedagogy
the way we pronounce words and sentences
grammar, syntax structure, word ????
changes the position of the indirect object, the dative, in a…
The art or science of teaching. Language teaching theory , ti…
phonology
the way we pronounce words and sentences
morphology
grammar, syntax structure, word ????
English Grammar Recitation Book 1, Verbs
What is a verb?
What verb shows being or existence?
Give all forms to the TO BE verb.
What is a physical action verb?... Give…
A verb is a word that shows action or being.
The TO BE verb shows being or existence.
The forms of the TO BE verb are...... ...am, are, is, was, were…
A physical action verb expresses action that can be perceived…
What is a verb?
A verb is a word that shows action or being.
What verb shows being or existence?
The TO BE verb shows being or existence.
31 terms
MIDTERM English- Grammar and book terms
hook
cliffhanger
first person
third person limited
entices a reader into the story
moment of suspension or tension usually at the end of a chapter
a person tells the story as he/she experiences it
narrator knows what one person is doing and thinking
hook
entices a reader into the story
cliffhanger
moment of suspension or tension usually at the end of a chapter
15 terms
Grammar Book Words lesson 2
(не) досточно
недостовать
скопить
хватать
not enough-gen
to be insufficient-gen
to accumulate-gen
to be enough-gen
(не) досточно
not enough-gen
недостовать
to be insufficient-gen
English Grammar lesson 1
sentence
simple past tense
simple present tense
compound sentences
subject and verb
ex: tackled non example: has tackled
ex: avoids non example: is avoiding
2 complete sentences in 1, joined by a conjunction
sentence
subject and verb
simple past tense
ex: tackled non example: has tackled
12 terms
Vocab lesson 5, English Grammar
Coherent
Colloquial
Commiserate
Condone
Showing and orderly relation of parts
A way of saying casual speech
To feel or express sorrow/pity
To forgive... Disregard an offense
Coherent
Showing and orderly relation of parts
Colloquial
A way of saying casual speech
English Vocab - Grammar and Lesson 6
malefactor (n.)
benefactor (n.)
facile (adj.)
facsimile (n.)
one who does harm; especially by making another suffer
one who does good things by making support for helping others
easily made, easily achieved, simplistic, superficial
a copy that made to be identical to the original
malefactor (n.)
one who does harm; especially by making another suffer
benefactor (n.)
one who does good things by making support for helping others
36 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 7 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
15 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 3 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
26 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 5 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
English vocab unit 4 in grammar book
Abomination
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
Dislike/relish
Adaption
Accidental
To assign
Abomination
Dislike/relish
Acculturation
Adaption
41 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 8 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
31 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 6 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
21 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 4 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
12 terms
English Grammar Recitation Book 4 "Verbals"
What are the verbals?
Give the three verbals and define each
What is a verbal phrase., and what are…
Give examples as infinitive as nouns.
They are word formed from verbs that are used as nouns, adjec…
INFINITIVE: preceded by TO and used as either a noun or modif…
A verbal with any complements or modifiers. ... 3 kinds: INFINIT…
Ex. TO ERR is HUMAN. (subject)... Ex. I want TO LEARN. (direct o…
What are the verbals?
They are word formed from verbs that are used as nouns, adjec…
Give the three verbals and define each
INFINITIVE: preceded by TO and used as either a noun or modif…
English Grammar Vocab lesson 3
Alacrity
Deduce
Encumber
Fraught
Eagerness
To make a conclusion
To weigh down
Accompanied by
Alacrity
Eagerness
Deduce
To make a conclusion
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