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English Baseball Group 5B Mrs. Stortzum’s 4th Grade English class
_____ dog a
Word that joins other words together. Conjunction
The parts of a verb phrase. Helping verb, main verb
Word that connects a noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence. Preposition
Get _____ cat. a
Three most common conjunctions. And, but, or
Word that usually starts the complete predicate. Verb
End mark for a declarative sentence. Period
Words used to express mild or strong emotion. Interjection
Punctuation mark for a possessive noun. Apostrophe
What are the eight be verbs? Am, is, are, was, were, be, being, been.
We have ____ orange cake. an
What are the seven subject pronouns? I, we, he, she, it, they, you.
What are the seven object pronouns. Me, us, him, her, it, them, you.
____ octopus an
The dog and cat ran to the house. What is the conjunction? and
What are the seven possessive pronouns? My, our, his, her, its, their, your.
The people were jumping angrily. What is the verb(s) Were jumping
The cat jumped over the fence. What are the noun(s)? Cat and fence
My book fell on the floor with a thud. What are the preposition(s)? On and thud
Hooray! Jim won! What are the interjection(s)? Hooray
He crawled under our table. What are the pronoun(s)? He, our
What part of speech is the word NOT? adverb
What are the five parts of a correct sentence? Subject, verb, complete sense, capital letter, end mark.
What abbreviation is used for conjunction and interjection? C for conjunction and I for interjection.
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English Baseball Group 2A
English Baseball Group 3B Mrs. Stortzum’s 4th Grade English class.
PARTS OF SPEECH A SENTENCE REQUIRES ONLY TWO THINGS:
Used in place of a noun pronoun.
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PRONOUNS LESSON 1. WHAT IS A PRONOUN? Pronouns take the place of nouns to name persons, places, things, or ideas.
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Vocabulary Parts of Speech Study Guide
Sentence Analysis Week 1 – DGP for Pre-AP.
Parts of Speech Created by Ms. Cherylon E. Lewis English/Language Arts
PARTS OF SPEECH GRAMMAR. 8 PARTS OF SPEECH 1)Noun 2) Pronoun 3) Verb 4) Adjective 5) Adverb 6) Preposition 7) Conjunction 8) Interjection.
What is a Sentence? Mrs. Marino Houghton Mifflin, Reading, grade 3 Extra Support Handbook Pages
DGP Week Two.
Unit Three. A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, idea or feeling. WHAT IS A NOUN?
IVAN CAPP The 8 Parts of Speech.
Subjective Case Objective Case Possessive Form used before a Noun Possessive Form used Independently I me my mine you your.
Grammar Race!. What is a sentence? Sentences express complete thoughts; they have a subject and a predicate. Subjects are nouns or pronouns (or phrases.
Warm-Up Imperative sentences make a request. Open your test booklets now.
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