Word Classification, Grammar and nuts and bolts of our language.

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  • Created on: 18-10-15 19:14

1. Determiners.

  • When a word determines something in a sentence.
  • Adjectives that precede nouns and relate directly to them.
  • When one word has multiple meanings.
  • Words of one syllable.
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2. monosyllabic lexis

  • phrases acting as a single noun
  • long words
  • words with one syllable.
  • the amount of words in a sentence

3. phrase

  • unit of sentencing containing a subject, verb and sometimes an object.
  • word that takes the place of a noun
  • group of words centred around a head word.
  • a word that shows the physical relationship between one thing and another

4. Pronoun

  • him, her, he, she, it, and they..
  • this, that, those.
  • a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence, e.g. him, her, it, he, she, I, you, me (selfreflexive pronoun), they.
  • I, and the first person plural: we, our, us.

5. Terminus

  • The end and beginning of a sentence
  • The beginning of a sentence
  • The end of the sentence.
  • The middle of a sentence

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