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Sing/Plural
What am I?
Noun or else
Appositives
100
Shows their is more than one.
What is a plural noun?
100
Plural form of "mouse"
What is mice?
100
"Firefighters" is concrete or abstract.
What is concrete?
100
Possessive form of Mrs. Powers.
What is Mrs. Powers's?
100
Type of appositive that is necessary for the meaning of a noun and doesn't need commas.
What is a restrictive (or essential) appositive?
200
Shows that ownership of someone or something
What is a possessive noun?
200
Singular form of "halves."
What is half?
200
"Future" is concrete or abstract.
What is abstract?
200
Possessive noun(s) in the following sentence: The women's hats worn to the Kentucky Derby's parties are quite elaborate.
What are "women's" and "Kentucky Derby's"?
200
This type of appositive gives extra information about a noun in a sentence and uses commas.
What is a non-restrictive (or non-essential) appositive?
300
The word that the sentence is about or is doing the action.
What is the subject?
300
Plural form of "deer."
What is deer?
300
"Donna" use in the following sentence: The student council president is Donna from eighth grade.
What is subject complement?
300
The use of "smell" in the following sentence: The smell of the rotten garbage was awful.
What is a noun?
300
Identify the appositive in the following sentence: Paris, the City of Light, is my favorite place.
What is "the City of Light"? (Bonus: Is it essential or non-essential?)
400
The word or words that receive the action of the subject.
What is direct object?
400
The incorrect plural nouns(s) in the following sentence: Did you place the clean dishs and plates on the shelfs?
What are "dishes" and "shelves"?
400
"postcard" use in the the following sentence: His grandmother sent Ken a postcard.
What is direct object?
400
The use of "rain" in the following sentence: I always wear my rain boots on wet spring days.
What is an adjective?
400
Identify the appositive in the following sentence: The presenter, an expert on medieval life, enthralled the audience.
What is "an expert on medieval life"? (Bonus: Is it essential or non-essential?)
500
Word or group of words the defines or explains another noun.
What is an appositive?
500
Correct the following sentence: Mosquito are often a problems around the patioes at sundown.
What is Mosquitoes are often a problem around the patios at sundown?
500
"Student" in the following sentence: The travel agency offered each student a discount ticket for a ride on the train.
What is indirect object?
500
The use of "shop" in the following sentence: We can shop for vintage clothes at the thrift store.
What is a verb?
500
Identify the appositive in the following sentence: The word sonrisa means "smile" in Spanish.
What is "sonrisa"? (Bonus: Is it essential or non-essential?)
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