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1st Quarter Language Reviewer
Nouns
* Person, animal, place, thing, event, idea
* Kinds
* Proper nouns (e.g. Ms. Bumanglag, Miriam College Grade School) * Specific
* Always capitalized
* Common nouns (e.g. teacher, school)
* General
* Not capitalized; except if it’s the start of the sentence * Abstract nouns (e.g. love, freedom)
* Cannot be experienced through the five senses (sight, hearing, smell, touch or taste) * Can be felt
* Concrete nouns (e.g. chair, table)
* Can be experienced through the five senses (sight, hearing, smell, touch or taste) * Mass or noncount nouns (e.g. salt, pepper)
* Cannot be counted
* Count nouns (e.g. classroom, car)
* Can be counted
* Collective (e.g. flock, colony)
* Group
* Possessive form
* Possession or ownership (e.g. girl’s, student’s)
* Functions
* Subject
* What the sentence is about
* Subject complement
* Renames the subject
* Follows a linking verb (e.g. am, is, are, was, etc.)
* Direct Object
* Answers “whom” or “what”
* Receiver of the action
* Object of the preposition
* Follows a preposition (e.g. in, into, on, to, by, for, from, with, without, etc.) * Gerunds & gerundial phrases
* Verb + ing (e.g. reading, talking)
* Used as a noun
* Can be a function

* Infinitives & infinitive phrases
* To + verb (e.g. to study, to finish)
* Can be used as a noun, adjective or adverb
Fragments & Sentences
* Fragment
* Cannot stand on its own
* Does not express a complete thought
* Sentence
* Group of words that has a complete thought
* Subject & predicate
Pronouns
* Personal
* Subject
* Subject/subject complement of a sentence
* I, we, you, he, she, it & they
* Object
* Direct object/object of the preposition
* Me, us, you, him, her, it & them
* Possessive
* Possession or ownership
* Mine,...
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