Literary Essay - due November 30
- Beginning of a sentence
- The letter “I”
- Proper Nouns - names of people, places, things, or ideas
- Months, days of the week, and holidays
- Titles of books, games, programs, or people
Complete Sentences, Subject and Predicate
Sentences have a NOUN+ (Subject) and a VERB+(predicate,) express a complete thought, and have ending punctuation.
Parts of Speech
- A noun is a person, place, thing, animal, or idea.
- A pronoun takes the place of a noun in a sentence.
- Verbs can be action verbs, linking verbs, or helping verbs.
- Adjectives are descriptive words that modify nouns or pronouns. They tell what kind of noun it is, which noun it is or how many.
- An adverb can modify a verb, adjective or another adverb. They tell how, where or when something is done.
- A preposition connects a noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence and explains the relationship between this object and the rest of the sentence.
- A conjunction links words, phrases, or clauses in a sentence together.
- An interjection is a word in a sentence that is used to express emotion. It is not related grammatically to the rest of the sentence