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  1. DGP Cheat Sheet

  2. Nouns A common noun is any person, place, or thing. Common nouns are never capitalized. The hungry girls rode quickly to Publix, but they forgot their money.

  3. Proper Nouns • Proper nouns are people, places, and things that need to be capitalized such as names and titles. The hungry girls rode quickly to Publix, but they forgot their money.

  4. Pronouns • Pronouns rename nouns. Examples are: they, it, them, he, she, him, her etc. The hungry girls rode quickly to Publix, but they forgot their money.

  5. Adjective • An adjective is a word that helps describe a noun. Usually an adjective will come right before the noun and can be more than one. The hungry girls rode quickly to Publix, but they forgot their money.


  6. Conjunction • A conjunction joins the words, phrases, or clauses of a sentence together. The most familiar conjunctions are for, and, but, nor, or, yet, and so. Sometimes there is a comma right before a conjunction. The hungry girls rode quickly to Publix, but they forgot their money

  7. Verb • Verbs either show action (action verb) or helps to make a statement (linking and helping verbs). • Action verbs = shows action • Linking verbs = link two words together ex. is, be, am, are, was, were, be, being, been • Helping verbs = helps the action verb or the linking verb ex. is, be, am, are, was, were, been, will, would, can, could, do, does, did

  8. Verbs Action verb She wrote a note. Linking verb Grammar is fun. Helping verb We have been taking notes all day. Action Verb

  9. Tenses • Present: means the subject is doing the action right now. I can jump over this rock. Past: means the subject did the action before. I have jumped over that rock a thousand times. Action verb, present tense. Helping Action Verb, Past tense.

  10. Tenses • Future Tense: means the subject will do the action later on. I will jump over that rock three times. Helping Action verb, future tense.

  11. Adverb • An adverb tells how? When? Where? And to what extent? 98% of the time all adverbs end in “ly”. Adverbs, most of the time, come before or after the verb in a sentence. The hungry girls rode quickly to Publix, but they forgot their money.

  12. Subject • The subject of the sentence tells you who or what the sentence is about. The complete subject is all of subject including any adjectives. The simple subject is the main word or group of words in the complete subject. The hungry girls rode quickly to Publix, but they forgot their money.

  13. Predicate • The predicate of the sentence is all the rest of the sentence after the subject. It tells what the subject does or where the subject goes. The simple predicate is just the verb of the sentence. The hungry girls rode quickly to Publix, but they forgot their money.

  14. Types of Sentences • Declarative: simply makes a statement to declare something and ends in a period I went to the store for bread. Imperative: makes a command and ends with a period Go to the bathroom before class.

  15. Types of Sentences • Interrogative: asks a question and ends in a question mark Will you go to the store for me? Exclamatory: has emotion behind it and ends in an exclamation mark I was at the store for five hours!