- Created by: Wilo_Hall
- Created on: 27-02-19 15:31
Nouns- Naming words.
Proper Nouns- The names of people or places. e.g. Will, London
Common Nouns- All over nouns. e.g. Dog, Wrench
Concrete Nouns- Names of objects you can physically touch. e.g. Table, Wall, Chicken
Abstract Nouns- Names of things that are intangiable. e.g. Thought, Love, Memory
Collective Nouns- Names of groups of people or animals. e.g. Flock of sheep school of fish
Adjectives- Describing words.
Premodifiers- Adjectives that come before the noun. e.g. The silver car.
Postmodifiers- Adjectives that come after the noun. e.g. The car was silver.
Comparative Adjectives- Adjectives which compare usually with the er- suffix. e.g. Bigger, Louder
Superlative Adjectives- Adjectives which descirbe extremes. e.g. Highest, Loudest, Biggest
Verbs- Doing words.
Primary Verbs- Be, have and do
Dynamic Verbs- Physcial actions. e.g. Jump, Run, Rub
Stative Verbs- Conditons of being or states of being. e.g. Remeber, Think
Infinative Verbs- Verbs with to before them. e.g. to run, to rember, to jump
Regular Verbs- Past tense is formed by adding the ed- suffix. e.g. Walked, Rubbed, Remebered
Irregular Verbs- Past tense is not formed by adding the ed- suffix. e.g. Ran, Thought
Adverbs- Words which modify a verb or adjective.
Modifying Adjectives e.g. The car was very red.
Modifying Verbs e.g. The boy ran quickly.
Adverbs of Manner- How? e.g. Angrily.
Adverbs of Time- When? e.g. Now, Then.
Adverbs of Frequency- How Often? e.g. Always, Sometimes.
Adverbs of Place- Where? e.g. Downstaris, Outside.
Adverbs of Degree- Intersifiers e.g. Very, So.
Pronouns- Substitute nouns.
1st Person Singular- I
1st Person Plural- We
2nd Person Singular- You
2nd Person Plural- You
3rd Person Singular- He/She/It
3rd Person Plural-They
Prepostion- Conserns the relationship or position.
Place- At, on, in
Time- At, before
Direction- Towards, past, through
Comparison- As, like
Determiners- Come before nouns and premodifiers but not as descriptive as adjectives.
Definite Article- The
Indefinite Article- A/an.
Possessive determiners- My book, his book.
Demonstrative determiners- look at this book, look at that book.
Cardianal determiners- One book.
Ordinal determiners- First Position.
Conjunctions- the linking words.
Coordinating conjunctions- link things of equal value e.g. and, but, or.
Time- When, while, before.
Place- Where, wherever.
Reason- because, as, since.
Condition- if unless, whether.
Contrast- although, while, whereas.
Comparison- as, than, like.