Nouns
Pronouns
Verbs
Adjectives/Adverbs
Conjunctions, Interjections, Prepositions
100

Identify the common and proper noun in the sentence:  He eats at a restaurant called Olive Garden.

Common-restaurant

Proper- Olive Garden

100

Change the correct noun into a pronoun:

Rick will take Rick's truck to the mechanic.

Rick will take his truck to the mechanic.

100

Give an example of a helping verb.

Answers may vary.

Some examples: will, is, am, was

100

Give an example of an adverb.

Answers may vary ( slowly, wildly, evenly)

100

This shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun in a sentence.

Preposition

200

This names a specific person, place, or thing.

Proper Noun

200

Give an example of a pronoun.

Answers may vary (her, it, my)

200

What is a verb?

An action word

200

What does an adjective do?

Describes a noun

200

Give an example of an interjection.

Answers may vary (Ouch!, Shhh!, No!)
300

This names a general person, place, or thing.

Common Noun

300

What does a pronoun do?

Takes the place of a noun so we don't use the noun over and over

300

Identify the action and helping verb in the sentence:  Nancy will eat a salad for lunch.

Action- eat

Helping- will

300

What does an adverb do?

Describes a verb

300

This joins two or more words or phrases.

Conjunction

400

What type of noun shows one person, place, or thing?

Singular noun

400

Give an example of an indefinite pronoun.

Answers may vary (anybody, anything, somebody)

400

Give an example of an action verb.

Answers may vary (stand, eat, dance)

400

Give an example of an adjective.

Answers may vary (crunchy, tall, angry)

400

What type of word shows excitement or feeling?

Interjection

500

This names more than one person, place, or thing.

Plural noun

500

This is used when we're not sure who or what the noun is in the sentence.

Indefinite pronoun

500

This type of verb comes before an action verb in a sentence.

Helping verb

500

Find the adverb and adjective in the sentence:

She wore a red scarf because the snow was falling lightly.

Adjective- red

Adverb- lightly

500

Give an example of a preposition.

Answers may vary (on, beside, above)

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