Anne Marie had made a surgery yesterday.
Is an action verb that has a direct object that is directed to aperson or thing in a sentence.
Express action without needing a direct object in the sentence.
It combines with another verb to help it.
Arewords that express an action or the state of being.
Adjectives: are the ones that modify a noun or a pronoun.
Itspecifies the one that their selecting with a special characteristics that they have.
I live on the eleventh floor.
Greg has many apples.
My grandpa has a brown horse in the farm.
Marvin needsthree cans of sliced fruits.
It’s the opposite of “how many” because it doesn’t have an exact number.
It says the exact amount of an object with ordinal numbers.
It describes the form, color, or any characteristics that describes the object.
Nouns: are naming words to define a person, place, thing, or idea.
Leah Cooper went to visit herfamily in Toronto.
My friends and I are on a road trip for our school vacations.
Now that you left me, my loneliness has grown.
This highway is long and wide.
Are nouns that specify a person, place, or thing. It uses a capital letter.
Are nouns that generalize an object, place, orthing. It doesn’t use capital letter.
Are nouns that you can describe, but you’ll never feel them with your senses.
Are a group of two or more words that join together to form another definition.Compound Nouns
Are words used to join words or sentences.
Leonore and Lesley are running in the rain.