Noun • Person • Place • Thing Let’s practice! Can you find the nouns in each of these sentences? Carlyate soup, salad, and breadsticks at Olive Garden. My mom went to the grocery store to get celery. Mr. Mason works at a factory in the city. The boy was excited to ride the ferris wheel.
Noun • Person • Place • Thing Did you get them all??? Carlyate soup, salad, and breadsticks at Olive Garden. My mom went to the grocery store to get celery. Mr. Mason works at a factory in the city. The boy was excited to ride the ferris wheel.
Pronouns • A word that takes the place of one or more nouns. • Example: Abby loved to look up at the clouds. She loved to look up at the clouds. Find those pronouns! They played soccer after school. He threw his socks in the corner. Before school, they all run around. Look at all of them!
Pronouns • A word that takes the place of one or more nouns. • Example: Abby loved to look up at the clouds. She loved to look up at the clouds. If you got them all, you’re doing great! Theyplayed soccer after school. He threw his socks in the corner. Before school, they all run around. Look at all of them!
Proper Nouns • Name of a particular person, place, or thing. It begins with a capital letter. Angelo walked to Aviano Elementary School. Miss Yee lives in Ohio. Have you seen the newest Blackberry? Please walk to Subway for lunch.
Common Nouns Emily drove her car today. Dad went to the store to get candy for Halloween. The boys looked like they were about to run. The child saw the castle. Names of any person, place or things. Begins with a lowercase letter.
Singular Noun The hamster got away last night. The dolphin swam to shore. The girl wanted the pumpkin. Did you see the fly sit on the pie? Names one person, one place, or one thing.
Plural Noun The hamsters got away last night. The dolphins swam to shore. The girls wanted the pumpkins. Did you see the flies sit on the pies? Names of more than one person, place, or thing.
Verb The teachers traveled last weekend. I kicked the ball across the field. Billy rode his bike in the street. My mom went shopping on Monday.
Adjectives I choose the red candy. Can you take out your big, blue textbook? The girl had white nail polish. Stand over by the tall man with red hair. A word that describes a noun. It can tell how many, what color, or what size or shape.
Transitional Words I picked up the ball and I will pick up the bat. Sally liked the pizza, although she would of liked to have the spaghetti. Jack has that song on his Ipod, but he would like to delete it. Words that connect two sentences.
Punctuation • Exclamation: Shows strong feeling • Period: Gives an order, a direction, or tells something • Question mark: asks something How was I suppose to know you wanted chicken for dinner Retrace your steps His picture was hanging on the wall You did an awesome job on your test
Commas in series, dates, and addresses • July 26 1986 • Please pick up bread cheese milk and eggs. • 5436 Aldawood Hills Roma Arizona • I had to run to the gym mall and store
Pop Quiz! • Max has been all around the country. • Beavers chop down trees with their sharp teeth. • Dennis cleaned his room the kitchen and the bathroom. • Why did he drive past the pool