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Grammar

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Naomi Chavez Lopez

on 30 January 2015

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Transcript of Grammar

Grammar
Parts of Speech

Write the notes exactly the way you see them on the screen!
You will use these notes every week, keep them neat and orderly.


1. Noun
2. Pronoun
3. Adverb
4. Adjective
I. Takes the place of a noun
II. Types:
a. personal- (1st person-me, 2nd person- you, 3rd person- they)
i. singular nominative- I, you, he, she, it
ii. plural nominative- we, you, they
iii. singular objective- me, you, him, her,it
iv. plural objective- us, you, them
v. singular possessive- my, your, his, her its, mine, yours
vii. plural possessive- our, your, their, ours, yours, theirs


b. reflexive (reflects back to self)- myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves
c. Relative- Start dependent clauses
i. that, which, who, whom, whose
d. Interrogative- Ask a question
i. Which? Whose? What? Whom? Who?
e. Demonstrative- demonstrate which one
i. this, that, these, those
f. Indefinite- Don't refer to a definite person or thing
i. each, either, neither, few, some, all, most, several, few, many, more, everyone, anyone, both, etcetera
I. Modifies adjectives (i.e. really cute), verbs (i.e. extremely fast), and other adverbs (i.e. very easily)

II. Tells How? When? Where? To what extent?

III.
Not
is always an adverb
I. A person, place, thing or idea

II. Common Noun: begins with a lower case letter (i.e. city).

III. Proper Noun: begins with a capital letter (i.e. Las Cruces)

IV. Possessive: Shows ownership (i.e. girl's scarf)
I. modifies nouns

II. Tells Which one? How many? What Kind?

III. Articles: A, An, The

IV. Proper Adjective: proper noun used as an adjective (i.e. American flag)
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