Nouns Pronouns Adjectives Verbs Hyphens and Dashes

100

What is a proper noun?
This type of noun must be capitalized.

100

What is an interrogative pronoun?
This type of pronoun introduces questions.

100

What is a proper adjective?
This type of adjective must be capitalized.

100

What are will and be?
These are the helping verbs in the following sentence: I will be teaching ninth grade at some point in the near future.

100

What is a dash?
This type of punctuation is used if there is an abrupt break in thought.

200

What is an abstract noun?
In the following sentence, happiness, religion, and love are all examples of this type of noun: Happiness, religion, and love are common core values.

200

What is a personal pronoun?
1st person, 2nd person, and 3rd person are all categories of this type of pronoun.

200

What are yellow and ripe?
In the following sentence, these adjectives modify the word banana: The yellow banana tasted ripe as the famished student chewed it.

200

What is a verb phrase?
At least one helping verb plus a main verb makes one of these.

200

What is between syllables?
When using a hyphen to split a word at the end of a line, a hyphen should only be placed here.

300

What is George Washington?
This is an example of a proper noun in the following sentence: History tells us that George Washington was British.

300

What is a reflexive pronoun?
In the following sentence, myself is an example of this type of pronoun: I don't feel quite like myself.

300

What are a, an, and the?
These three words are articles.

300

What are am, is, are, be, was, were, been, and being?
These are all of the forms of the verb be.

300

What are twenty-two and all-star?
A hyphen should be added at these places in the following sentence: At twenty two she became an all star athlete.

400

What is hotel room?
This word in the following sentence is a compound noun: The Canadian tourists were disappointed in the cleanliness of their hotel room.

400

What is a relative pronoun?
In the following sentence who is this type of pronoun: The cyclist who won the race trained hard.

400

What is a demonstrative adjective?
This, that, these, and those are frequently used as this type of adjective.

400

What is a state-of-being verb?
In the following sentence, the verb was is acting like this type of verb: The game was at 4 pm.

400

What are left and finally?
A dash should be placed between these two words in the following sentence for emphasis: His ex-girlfriend is a real jerk, and he was happy when she left finally.

500

What are sister, nephew, Weaver's Orchard, apples, and apple sauce?
The answer to this question is all of the nouns in the following sentence: My sister always takes my nephew to Weaver's Orchard to pick apples to make homemade apple sauce.

500

What is this?
This is the only demonstrative pronoun in the following sentence: These apples are better than those apples which is why this is better than that pie.

500

What are this, thirty thousand, (brand) new, blue, and sparkly.
These are all of the adjectives in the following sentence. She paid thirty thousand dollars for this brand new car that is blue and sparkly.

500

What is will be decorating?
This is the verb or verb phrase in the following sentence. Will you be festively decorating your house for Christmas this year?

500

What are all, self, ex, and great?
Hyphens should be used when words begin with these prefixes. There are four.

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