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Nouns, Pronouns, adjs. Common vs. Proper. Common – categories, general Example: Proper – names, specific Example:. Nouns. Person Example: Place Example: Thing Example: Idea Example:. Pronouns. Take the place of a noun. For example: He, she, it, etc.

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common vs proper
Common vs. Proper
  • Common – categories, general
    • Example:
  • Proper – names, specific
    • Example:
nouns
Nouns
  • Person
    • Example:
  • Place
    • Example:
  • Thing
    • Example:
  • Idea
    • Example:
pronouns
Pronouns
  • Take the place of a noun.
  • For example: He, she, it, etc.
  • Lebron James abandoned Cleveland because he did not want to play there.
  • Name the two pronouns.
antecedent
Antecedent
  • The word that a pronoun replaces.
  • Lebron James abandoned Cleveland because he didn’t want to play there.
  • What are the pronouns?
  • What is the antecedent of each pronoun?
  • Mr. Wyatt wanted to go to the movies, but his English class would not go with him, so he cried.
adjectives
Adjectives
  • Describe/modify nouns
  • Ex. Mr. Wyatt drives a dark red car called, “The Red Baron.”
  • Identify the adjectives.
journals
Journals
  • 12 sentences (unless I say otherwise).
  • Divided into paragraphs (where appropriate).
  • Neatly written
    • ALWAYS skip lines when you write.
    • You get one warning and then you must re-type your journal entries at home and turn them into me. There are no excuses for being sloppy with your schoolwork.
journal nouns prons adjs
Journal: Nouns, Prons., Adjs.
  • TOPIC: Imagine you’ve been lost in the woods for a month, eating only berries and drinking rainwater. Describe eating the first meal you have when you get back to civilization. (Where you’d go; what you’d order; what it would taste like, etc.)
  • Use and underline at least…
    • 5 common nouns in blue
    • 2 proper nouns in red
    • 3 pronouns in orange
    • 5 adjectives in green
  • Use and circle at least…
    • 3 antecedents in purple and draw an arrow to the pronouns (see above) that replace them.
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