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A word, such as heavy,
red, or sweet, that is
used to describe a noun.…read more

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A word, such as very,
really, or slowly, that is
used to give more
information about an
adjective, verb, or other
adverb.…read more

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Auxiliary verb
Auxiliary verbs are used
to form tenses of other
verbs. The main ones
are be, do, and have.…read more

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A group of words that
contains a verb and
either forms part of a
sentence or is a
complete sentence in
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I went to the bank and
drew out some money.
[clause] [clause]
Collective noun
A noun which refers to a
group of people or
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Comparative…read more

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The comparative form of
an adjective is used for
comparing two people
or things, to express the
fact that one of the two
has a higher degree of a
quality than the other
(e.g. taller, happier,
more popular).…read more

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A word made up of two
or more existing words,
such as credit card,
left-handed, or website.…read more

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Conditional clause
A clause which describes
something that is
possible or probable,
usually beginning with if
or unless. For example:
If it rains, the match will
be cancelled.…read more


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