1. Subordinating conjunction
- A word that joins clauses in a complex sentence.
- A word that joins clauses in a compound sentence.
- Adjective that displays the most extreme value of its quality usually ending in 'est'.
- Usage of informal language.
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2. Indefinite Article
- What we label elements at the beginning of a sentence
- A or AN
- Words of one syllable
- changing words into different forms
- the smallest unit of grammatical meaning in language
- construct of written language
4. Simple sentence/ independent main clause
- every sentence must contain a subject (a noun or pronoun), a verb (something for the subject to do) and, perhaps, an object (something for the subject to do something to), e.g. I love English Language
- – a sentence that is incomplete by missing a subject or a verb, yet it still is capped with a full stop
- two simple sentences (of equal semantic weighting) joined by a co-ordinating conjunction
- a simple sentence with an added clause that somehow adds extra information (although of lesser importance semantically than the independent main clause) linked by a subordinating conjunction.
5. Present participle
- him, her, he, she, it, and the third person plural: they
- when the verb is in the present tense used with the auxiliary verb ‘am’ or ‘are’
- I, and the first person plural: we, our, us
- present tense
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