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proper noun
name of people or places eg. James or England
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abstract noun
refers to feelings and concepts. things that dont physically exsist eg. love or anger
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concrete nouns
refer to objects that have a physical existence eg. cup or furniture
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material verb
shows action or events eg. hit, jump, wash, build
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relational verb
identify properties or show states of being eg. be, appear, seem, become
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mental verb
show internal processes such as thinking eg. think, beleive wish
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verbal verb
show external processes of communicating through speech eg. say, shout, scream
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base adjective and adverb
the basic form of an adjectives ir adverb, modyfying word eg. big, interesting, carefully
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comparative adjective and adverb
form used to compare two instances by using 'er' or 'more' eg. the parcel was bigger
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superlative adjective and adverb
a from used to comapre more than two instances eg.biggest, greatest
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personal pronoun
refer to people and are differentiated in terms of person (1st, 2nd, 3rd) eg. you, she, they, i
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demonstative pronoun
orientate the reader or listener towards a person, object or idea eg. this, these, that, those
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indefinate pronoun
refer to a person, object or idea that is not specific eg. someone, anybody, everything
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articles determiners
show that something is definite or indefinite eg.the (definite), a/an (indefinite)
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possessive determiners
shows ownership eg. my, your, her, our
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quantifiers determiners
show either specific or non-specific quantities of a noun eg. one,two (specific) some, any, a few (non-specific)
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co-ordinating conjunctions
link words or larger structures such as phrases and clauses together where they are equal eg. and, but, or, yet
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sub-ordinating conjunctions
link clauses together to show one is dependent on another eg. because, although, while, for
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refers to feelings and concepts. things that dont physically exsist eg. love or anger

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abstract noun

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refer to objects that have a physical existence eg. cup or furniture

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Card 4

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shows action or events eg. hit, jump, wash, build

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Card 5

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identify properties or show states of being eg. be, appear, seem, become

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