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Grammar on the Move

By: Cole, and Anastasia
by

Beth Gordon

on 26 April 2013

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Transcript of Grammar on the Move

Precious Prepositions, and Preposistional Phrases The Power of Adjectives Definition: An adjective describes a noun or pronoun. It tells what kind, how many, or which one. Biblography Ms. Gordon, Cole Anastasia Grammar on the Move For example, The giant ship had crashed into an ice burg The word giant stands for What kind. Definition: A preposition begins a group of words called a prepositional phrases For example: before, above, near,and up. Tip - These words are anywhere a mouse can go Helpful Adverbs Helpful Adverbs Defintion: Adverbs tell more about verbs. They explain how, or where actions happen.


How- My Aunt Penny walks slowly, As I wait paitently When- Yesterday, Cole and I went out for a slice of pizza.

Where: My mom and I moved westward by my Aunt Penny. The Movement of Modifiers Definition: Adjectives, Adverbs, and Prepositional
Phrases are modifiers words or goups of words that tell more about or modify other words. The police car with flashing lights caught my eye. This tells more about the police car. Our Brains, and the Grammar Writting Book. Thank you for watching our prezi! There are 4 markers and 1 eraser on the smart board 4 markers, and 1 eraser stand for how many. That Mc-Dondalds on Parish Avenue has the best french fries! The word that represents which one.
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