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6 th Grade Language Exam Review. 2012-2013. Parts of speech. Noun. PERSON PLACE THING Examples: girl, boy, car, school, teacher, college, dog, parade. Common Noun vs Proper Noun. Common Noun- “plain old noun” Example: girl Proper Noun- a SPECIFIC noun Example: Mary. Pronoun.

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6 th grade language exam review

6th Grade Language Exam Review

2012-2013


Parts of speech

Parts of speech


6 th grade language exam review

Noun

  • PERSON

  • PLACE

  • THING

  • Examples: girl, boy, car, school, teacher, college, dog, parade


Common noun vs proper noun

Common Noun vs Proper Noun

  • Common Noun- “plain old noun”

    • Example: girl

  • Proper Noun- a SPECIFIC noun

    • Example: Mary


Pronoun

Pronoun

  • Takes the place of a NOUN

  • Remember ProNOUN takes the place of a NOUN!

  • Examples:

    • He, she, it, they, them, her, him…

  • Mary put her necklace in the box.


6 th grade language exam review

Verb

  • Expresses an action

  • Ask “what are they doing?” or “what did they do?”

  • Example: The boy ran downthe football field.


Adverb

Adverb

  • Modifies or describes a verb, an adjective, or another verb.

  • Think adVERB modifies a VERB

  • Look for words that end in –ly!!

  • Questions: When, where, how, why, under what conditions…

  • Example:

    • The girl quickly disappeared.


Preposition

Preposition

  • A word placed before a noun or pronoun to make a phrase that modifies another word in the sentence

  • Example:

    • The girl read her book by the tree.


Conjunction

Conjunction

  • A word that joins words, phrases, or clauses

  • Examples:

    • And, but, or, while, because


Interjection

Interjection

  • A word used to express emotion

  • Examples:

    • Oh!

    • Wow!

    • Oops!


Types of sentences

Types of sentences


Declarative sentence

Declarative Sentence

  • A sentence that informs you.

  • A declarative sentence ends with a period.

  • Example:

    • I like to eat chicken nuggets for lunch.


Imperative sentence

Imperative Sentence

  • A sentence that gives a demand.

  • An imperative sentence can end with a period OR an exclamation mark.

  • Example:

    • Go to your room!

    • Turn in your homework.


Exclamatory sentence

Exclamatory Sentence

  • A sentence that expresses excitement.

  • Ends with an exclamation mark.

  • Example:

    • The house is on fire!


Interrogative sentence

Interrogative Sentence

  • Asks a questions.

  • Ends with a question mark.

  • Example:

    • What do you want for dinner tonight?


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