Examples:he ( instead of Mr. Cruz, we say he) she ( instead of lady, we say she), it (pertains to animals or things), I we, you, they
- are words that expresses action or state of being.
- There are three categories of verbs
1) Helping verbs or auxilliary verbs - will, would, can, could, have (there are 23 helping verbs. Learn more here)
2) Action verbs - run, walk, talk, stand, drive, smile, sleep, drink (and many more)
3) Linking verbs - verbs that connects the subject with a noun or adjective. They are like equal signs in math. For example, Susan is a teacher. Susan = teacher Edgar feels happy. Edgar = happy
- a verb with a preposition
-verb and adverb
-verb with both preposition and adverb.
Examples: break down, see to, look down on, take off, put off, pay for, work out, make up for, etc.
PARTS OF SPEECH
- words that modify verbs, adjectives or another adverbs.
Examples:Car racing is an extremely dangerous sport. He strongly kicked the ball.
- describe nouns or pronouns
Examples:beautiful, handsome, small, big, new, yellow, dark
Generally, the adjective order in English is:
Quantity or number
Quality or opinion
Proper adjective (often nationality, other place of origin, or material)
Purpose or qualifier.
- show the relation between a noun and a pronoun with the rest of the sentence
There are 3 types of conjunction namely:
1) Coordinating conjunction- for or nor, but, yet, so
2) Subbordinating conjunction - if, unless, because, since, whenever
3) Correlative conjunction - both - and Example: Both Eric and John are teachers.
Either Jack or Jill will send you to school.
- words that show excitement or emotion
Example: Wow! Darn! Ouch! Gee! My gosh! Whoah! Woops! Phew!