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CLAUSE

CLAUSE

CLAUSE. A clause is a group of words with a subject and a verb. An independent (or main) clause expresses a complete thought and can stand by itself in a sentence. A subordinate (or dependent) clause does not express a complete thought and cannot stand alone. INDEPENDENT CLAUSES.

By lloyd
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Clauses vs. phrases…what's the difference?

Clauses vs. phrases…what's the difference?

A phrase is a group of words A phrase itself will not have a subject and a verb. Within a phrase, there may be a subordinate clause , but that clause will be functioning as a noun, adjective or adverb in that phrase. A clause is a group of words with a subject and a verb

By cheri
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Chapter Twenty-Two

Chapter Twenty-Two

Chapter Twenty-Two. Fragments. Sentence Fragments. A sentence fragment is a group of words that is punctuated as a sentence but is not grammatically correct. A sentence fragment may lack a subject , a verb , or an independent clause . The wind velocity in hurricanes and monsoons.

By cael
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Noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.

Noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.

Noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea. Nouns can usually be made into plurals or possessive. For example: boy                  boys Bob                 Bob’s computer        computers.

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clauses

clauses

clauses. Clause: contains both a subject and a predicate. Not a complete thought—must accompany or be part of an independent clause; otherwise it is a fragment. Complete thought and can stand independently. Preceded by relative pronoun. Preceded by subordinating conjunction.

By allene
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Clauses and Phrases

Clauses and Phrases

Clauses and Phrases. And parallelism too. First, let’s review. Nouns Whatever exists can be named. That name is a noun Bob, girl, school, Room 103 Verbs Describes the behavior or action of someone or something Run, walk, listen State of Being Verbs and Linking Verbs

By pello
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Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech. The 8. Nouns. A person, place, thing, or idea Examples: desk Lindblom puppy democracy. Pronouns. A word that takes the place of a noun Examples: she them ours it. Verbs. An action or state of being Examples: jog been write kill. Adjectives. Modify nouns

By zander
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Understanding and Falling in Love with Prepositional Phrases

Understanding and Falling in Love with Prepositional Phrases

Understanding and Falling in Love with Prepositional Phrases. Overview: What is a preposition?. Prepositions express the relationship (often in time or space) between two words in a sentence. They are always used in prepositional phrases .

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Misplaced modifiers

Misplaced modifiers

Misplaced modifiers. By joseph pasley. What is a misplaced modifier?. A misplaced modifier is a word, phrase, or clause that is improperly separated from the word it modifies / describes. You should place the misplaced modifier as close as possible to what it describes .

By marcos
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geekosystem/google -conversation/

geekosystem/google -conversation/

http:// www.geekosystem.com/google -conversation/. NLP Linguistics 101. David Kauchak CS159 – Spring 2011. some slides adapted from Ray Mooney. Admin. First quiz on Monday first 30 minutes of class (show up on time!) open book Assignment 2 Assignment 3

By carlo
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Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech. Parts of Speech. All words can be categorized into one of EIGHT parts of speech Some people use 9 categories or more Part shows its function in a sentence Not what the word IS but how it is USED Some words can fall under more than one category E.g. Survey – verb and noun

By gage
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Modifiers

Modifiers

Modifiers. …be more specific please!. Adjectives and Adverbs. Adjectives modify nouns and pronouns Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs Generally, adverbs are formed by adding – ly to adjectives Perfect, perfectly The teacher’s perfect outfit made her feel ready for the day.

By linh
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Adjectives & Adverbs

Adjectives & Adverbs

Adjectives & Adverbs. ADJECTIVES: modify nouns & pronouns How many? Which one? What kind? ADVERBS: modify verbs, adjectives, & other adverbs Where? When? How? To what extent? EX) The (loud, loudly) music hurt my ears. EX) She played the music (loud, loudly) enough to shake the walls.

By laszlo
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Adjectives!

Adjectives!

Kathleen Young. Adjectives!. Articles including: -a, and, the, my, your, their and our And…. Descriptors -The list goes on and on. What is an Adjective?. Modify NOUNS and PRONOUNS and… Adjectives also tell us: WHICH? WHOSE? WHAT KIND? HOW MANY?. What Do Adjectives Do?.

By yuri
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Social Communication

Social Communication

Social Communication. Three to Six Years Old. Goal: Use words, phrases and sentences to inform, direct, ask questions and express anticipation, imagination, affect and emotions. What to look for: Does the child use words, phrases or sentences to

By linus
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Grammar Gripes Parts of Speech

Grammar Gripes Parts of Speech

Grammar Gripes Parts of Speech. English II Mrs. Urbaniak. Warm-ups: August 30th. Make a list of the 8 different parts of speech Describe each one You will have 10 minutes to complete this warm-up. The 8 Parts of Speech. Noun Pronoun Verb Adjective Adverbs Preposition Conjunction

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Tagsets and Parts of Speech (continued)

Tagsets and Parts of Speech (continued)

Tagsets and Parts of Speech (continued). Daniel Zeman http:// ufa l.mff.cuni.cz/course/npfl094 / zeman@ufal.mff.cuni.cz. Review: The Big Four. Nouns Proper nouns Verbs Participles (between verbs and nouns / adjectives / adverbs) Adjectives Modify nouns Adverbs

By kylee
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Grammar: Parts of Speech and Sentence Construction

Grammar: Parts of Speech and Sentence Construction

Grammar: Parts of Speech and Sentence Construction. Part I. INTERJECTIONS. Adverbs. VERBS. Prepositions. CONJUNCTIONS. Adjectives. PRONOUNS. NOUNS. You could get by in the world only knowing two parts of speech— NOUNS AND VERBS

By cloris
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Parts of speech Words do specific jobs in sentences to create meaning.

Parts of speech Words do specific jobs in sentences to create meaning.

Parts of speech Words do specific jobs in sentences to create meaning. Verbs are the engines that power sentences. Without a verb, a sentence goes nowhere. Verbs show action or express a state of being. The running back sprinted through the line and (action) into the end zone.

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Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech. A Guide to the Basic Parts of Speech. Nouns. Nouns are the names of persons, places, and things. Examples of nouns : Teacher, doctor, parent, president House, school, office, coffee shop Ball, wagon, car, magazine. Verbs. Verbs are action words or being* words.

By naiya
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