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Comparative constructions II

Comparative constructions II

Comparative constructions II. Compound adjectives & nouns. Compound adjectives. Compound adjectives are adjectives that are made up of two or more words All the words in the compound adjective modify (i.e., describe) the same noun

By Mia_John
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COMPOUND Tara cooked dinner for us, and Tom washed the dishes.

COMPOUND Tara cooked dinner for us, and Tom washed the dishes.

COMPOUND Tara cooked dinner for us, and Tom washed the dishes. (FANBOYS ), for,and,nor ,but ,or ,yet ,so semicolon - ;. 1. Who are the soc’s ? Who are the greasers? 2. How is Ponyboy different from the other members of his gang?

By issac
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Pronouns Notes

Pronouns Notes

Pronouns Notes. Pronouns. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns. Pro- means for (standing FOR a noun). Personal Pronouns. Pronouns that are used to refer to people or things are called personal pronouns. Examples: he, she, it. Subject Pronouns.

By Thomas
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Ambiguous and Vague Pronoun Reference

Ambiguous and Vague Pronoun Reference

Ambiguous and Vague Pronoun Reference. Rule: It must be clear to the reader what noun the pronoun is referring to in a sentence. Corresponding Time Tracker Reference Rule number(s) 115 & 118. Background Information Ambiguous reference

By Patman
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KINDS OF PRONOUNS

KINDS OF PRONOUNS

KINDS OF PRONOUNS. KELVYN PARK HIGH SCHOOL. The What & Why of Pronouns. Root (Latin pro, for; nomen, noun) = a word that replaces a noun To avoid repetition Antecedent= noun replaced ( ante, before; cedo, go) Juan is my cousin. He (Juan) is in your English class.

By ash
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Conventions

Conventions

Conventions. linking verb, subject complement, predicate noun, predicate pronoun, predicate adjective. Compliment. Is a word of group of words that complements the meaning of a verb. There are 2 kinds of complements: Subject Complement Object of Verbs. The Subject Complement.

By gefjun
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Grammar: Lesson One

Grammar: Lesson One

Grammar: Lesson One. Types of Nouns. Definition. A NOUN is a word that names a person , a place, a thing, or an idea. thing. person. ?. idea. place. IDEA?. Why can’t we identify the idea in this picture?.

By marge
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Comparative constructions II

Comparative constructions II

Comparative constructions II. #8- Compound adjectives & nouns. Compound adjectives. Compound adjectives. Compound adjectives are adjectives that are made up of two or more words All the words in the compound adjective modify (i.e., describe) the same noun

By steve
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Pronouns

Pronouns

Pronouns. A word used in place of a noun. Pronouns. A pronoun can refer to a person, place, thing, or idea. The word that a pronoun replaces is called an antecedent. Antecedent. The antecedent is the noun or pronoun that a pronoun replaces or refers to. For example,

By jean
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Term 1 Grammar

Term 1 Grammar

Term 1 Grammar. Table of Contents. Identify 1 Proper and Common Nouns. Proper Nouns Mia Booderee National Park England. Common Nouns girl park dog. A proper noun names a specific 2 person , place or thing . Proper nouns are always capitalised .

By fay
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Vocab Unit 8

Vocab Unit 8

Vocab Unit 8. Accel 12. Aberration (noun). Departure from what is proper, right, expected, or normal; a lapse from a sound mental state S : deviation, irregularity In an aberration of judgment, the coach chose not to call a critical time-out. Memory Trick: make an err or.

By chloris
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“Good writers are those who keep the language efficient.”

“Good writers are those who keep the language efficient.”

“Good writers are those who keep the language efficient.”. Prepositions & Prepositional Phrases. Showcase your WORD CHOICE and increase your evidence of SENTENCE FLUENCY. PowerEd Plans 2014. What is a Prepositional Phrase ?. Prepositions & Prepositional Phrases.

By solstice
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Grammar, Usage and Mechanics

Grammar, Usage and Mechanics

Grammar, Usage and Mechanics. Chapter 2: Nouns. Chapter 2: Nouns Lesson 1- What Is A Noun?. Noun: Is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea. Two types of nouns: Common Noun: Is a general name for a person, place, thing, or idea.

By moe
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Vague Pronoun Reference

Vague Pronoun Reference

Vague Pronoun Reference. By Gia Campbell and Elia Hernandez. What is Vague or Ambiguous pronoun reference ?. Pronoun: a pronoun is a word that substitutes for a noun, noun phrase, or another pronoun. A Vague pronoun: is a pronoun that doesn’t have an explicit antecedent.

By ismail
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PRONOUN FORM & REFERENCE

PRONOUN FORM & REFERENCE

PRONOUN FORM & REFERENCE. PRONOUN FORM. PN FORM. Pronouns come in various types: personal possessive demonstrative indefinite relative reflexive interrogative reciprocal. PN FORM. Pronouns come in 3 main forms: subject object possessive

By herbert
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جامعة الملك فيصل عمادة التعلم الإلكتروني والتعليم عن بعد

جامعة الملك فيصل عمادة التعلم الإلكتروني والتعليم عن بعد

General English Language اللغة الانجليزية العامة Eng 121 Instructor: Ahmed H. Alhuwayshil E-mail: aalhuwayshil@kfu.edu.sa. جامعة الملك فيصل عمادة التعلم الإلكتروني والتعليم عن بعد. كلية الآداب. 1. Lecture 2 المحاضرة الثانية Reading Skill. Scanning Skimming Previewing Vocabulary

By amalia
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THE WEATHER EXPLANATİON

THE WEATHER EXPLANATİON

THE WEATHER EXPLANATİON. THE WEATHER İN ENGLİSH. In English, we usually use it is when we talk about the weather. This is normally: It is + adjective OR It is + verb- ing. It is + adjective = A description of the weather It is sunny today. It's hot and humid today.

By johana
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Grammar book part 2

Grammar book part 2

Grammar book part 2. Julia Ladd. Preterites. Cucarachas: Decir - dir Hacer - har Poner - poder Salilr - saldr Tener - tendr Valer - vendr Poder - podr Querer - querr Saber- sabr. Spock verb: Hacer Dar Yo Hice Di Tu Hiciste Diste

By kasie
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Les Cartes de Grammaire

Les Cartes de Grammaire

Les Cartes de Grammaire. Chapitre 9. Relative Pronouns- qui, que , dont. Means that, which, who, or whom ? Used to describe someone or something previously mentioned. Present Participles. The “- ing ” form Form: Drop: “- ons ” of nous form Add: -ant

By badru
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BY: ROHAYDAH E. HADJI NOR

BY: ROHAYDAH E. HADJI NOR

DCFI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. BY: ROHAYDAH E. HADJI NOR. SCIENCE AND HEALTH MATHEMATICS ENGLISH FILIPINO MAKABAYAN. SCIENCE AND HEALTH The sense organs Animals Plants Light Motions Water. MATHEMATICS Multiplication Addition Subtraction Division Fraction Decimals. ENGLISH Verbs

By salma
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