Universidad Tecnologica Del Estado De Zacatecas English Grammatical components . Teacher: Luz Maria Juarez Davila Student: Francisco Ascencion Aleman Mireles MI_ 5° “B”
NOUN-Is a word use to name aperson, animal, place or thing and anabstract idea. Nouns are usually the firstwords witch small children learn
VERB-Indicates the actionin the sentences -The dog barks at the school youth
PRONOUNS-A pronoun can replace a noun or anotherpronoun. You use pronouns like "he,""which," "none," and "you" to make yoursentences less cumbersome and lessrepetitive.You are surely the strangest child I haveever met.
ADVERB-An adverb can modify a verb, anadjective, another adverb, a phrase, or aclause. An adverb indicatesmanner, time, place, cause, or degreeand answers questions such as "how,""when," "where," "how much".The boldly spoken words would returnto haunt the rebel.
CONJUNCTION-You can use a conjunction to linkwords, phrases, and clauses, as in thefollowing example:-I ate the pizza and the pasta.-Call the movers when you are ready.
INTERJECTIONS-It a word added to a sentece toconvey emotion. It is not agrammatically relate to any other partof the sentece-Usually is follow with an exclamationmark Ouch!!! Oh no!!!
PREFIXES-Is a group of letters that you can add tothe beginning of a root word to changethe meaning of the word. Forexample, mis + fortune = misforune
SUFIIX-Is a word ending a group of letters youcan add to the end of a root word. Egwalking, helpful
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