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Grammar Camp

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Olivia Bartol

on 8 September 2012

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Transcript of Grammar Camp

Verb Conjunction By Olivia Bartol Adverb Pronoun Definitions: Definition: Definition: Definition: Definition: Interjection Definition: THANKS FOR WATCHING!!!!!!:) Target dog Stacy Ashley Spring Station Canada girl school country A verb is a word in the predicate that tells physical or mental action or a state of being. (examples are on the outer circle) An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun. An adverb is a word that describes a verb,adjective,or another adverb. A pronoun replaces a noun in a sentence. A conjunction links words,phrases, and clauses. A interjection is a word added to a sentence to show emotion. pretty awful huge A rock is a nonliving thing. , , , , jump slide flip quickly loudly late we they and but for OUCH WOW HURRY A common noun names any person, place, thing, or idea. Examples: A proper noun is a specific person,place,thing, or idea. Examples: A noun is a person,place,thing, or idea. DEFINITIONS: SENTENCE: An action verb tells what the subject of a sentence is doing. Examples: run,shake,whisper A helping verb comes before the main verb and helps state the action or show time. Examples: will,is going to be,after A linking verb links a subject to a noun or adjective that names or describes it. Examples: is,am,are I like to flip in mid-air. SENTENCE: hi (examples are on the outer circle) SENTENCE: (examples are on outer circle) The huge, gray elephant was drinking water out of the stream. (quickly) SENTENCE: The cheetah quickly got his prey. SENTENCE: me We went to the movies last night. (examples are in the outer circle) (examples are on outer circle) SENTENCE: I went on a trip,and it was fun. SENTENCE: OUCH,that hurt!!!!!!!!! (snake) Preposition during after under Definition: A preposition is used to show the relationship of a noun to another word in a sentence. SENTENCE: I sat beside my friend on the bus to the field trip. Adjective Noun Grammar Camp F
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