1. Pronoun (possessive/genitive)
- mine, yours, his, hers, theirs
- a personal pronoun that is used as the object of a prepositional or verb action
- when a personal pronoun utilises the suffix ‘self’ or ‘selves’.
- an overt reference to something that occurred earlier in a text, often by using pronouns to build upon previous sentences
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2. 1st person pronoun
- him, her,he, she, it and they
- I and the first person plural: we, our, us
- this, that, those
- A one word sentence (always a minor sentence) that ends with an exclamation mark.
- Adjective that displays the most extreme value of its quality usually ending in 'est'.
- A word that joins clauses in a compound sentence.
4. collective noun
- – the meaning of words, or any discussion of word meaning
- making a reference to things beyond the language of a text itself using intertextuality or demonstrative pronouns.
- – a naming word for the grouping of common nouns
- when a personal pronoun utilises the suffix ‘self’ or ‘selves’
5. Past continuous tense
- I was eating
- I had eaten
- I had been eating
- I ate
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