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  • Level 1 Analysis

    1. 1. Level 1: Parts of Speech Noun Verb pnadj adv prep inter conj
    2. 2. NounLatin: nomen, name Noun
    3. 3. Noun Latin: nomen, nameConcrete/Abstract Noun
    4. 4. Noun Latin: nomen, nameConcrete/Abstract NounCommon/Proper
    5. 5. Noun Latin: nomen, nameConcrete/Abstract NounCommon/Proper Capitalization
    6. 6. Noun Latin: nomen, nameConcrete/Abstract Singular/Plural NounCommon/Proper Capitalization
    7. 7. Noun Latin: nomen, nameConcrete/Abstract Singular/Plural Spelling NounCommon/Proper Capitalization
    8. 8. Noun Latin: nomen, nameConcrete/Abstract Singular/Plural Spelling NounCommon/Proper Possessive Capitalization
    9. 9. Noun Latin: nomen, nameConcrete/Abstract Singular/Plural Spelling NounCommon/Proper Possessive Capitalization Spelling
    10. 10. Level 1: Parts of Speech Plurality of NounsSingular Plural dog dogschurch churches play playsparty partiestomato tomatoespatio patioswoman womenmoose moose
    11. 11. Level 1: Parts of Speech Possession of Nouns
    12. 12. Level 1: Parts of Speech Possession of Nouns Singular PluralSingular Plural Possession Possession dog dog’s dogs dogs’church church’s churches churches’ play play’s plays plays’party party’s parties parties’tomato tomato’s tomatoes tomatoes’patio patio’s patios patios’woman woman’s women women’smoose moose’s moose moose’s
    13. 13. Slowly, Hillary and his team traversed the top of the mountain.
    14. 14. Slowly, Hillary and his team traversed the top of the mountain. adv n conj adj n v adj n prep adj n
    15. 15. The quaint old store was a Mecca for bibliophiles.
    16. 16. The quaint old store was a Mecca for bibliophiles.adj adj adj n v adj n prep n
    17. 17. Pronountakes the place of a noun Noun pn
    18. 18. Pronoun takes the place of a noun Noun pnAntecedent: noun that the pronoun replaces
    19. 19. Pronoun takes the place of a noun Noun pn Antecedent: noun that the pronoun replacesShane thinks that he is going to buy a new truck. Antecedent
    20. 20. Level 1: Parts of Speech Pronouns
    21. 21. Level 1: Parts of Speech PronounsSubject Pronouns
    22. 22. Level 1: Parts of Speech PronounsSubject Pronouns I you he she it we you they
    23. 23. Level 1: Parts of Speech PronounsSubject Pronouns Object Pronouns I you he she it we you they
    24. 24. Level 1: Parts of Speech PronounsSubject Pronouns Object Pronouns I me you you he she it him her it we us you you they them
    25. 25. I have been so grieved for you.
    26. 26. I have been so grieved for you.pn v v adv adj prep pn
    27. 27. Everyone considered the meanings of his ambiguous words.
    28. 28. Everyone considered the meanings of his ambiguous words. pn v adj n prep adj adj n
    29. 29. Adjectivemodifies a noun or pronoun Noun pn adj
    30. 30. Adjective modifies a noun or pronounArticles Noun pn adj
    31. 31. Adjective modifies a noun or pronounArticlesa, an, the Noun pn adj
    32. 32. Adjective modifies a noun or pronounArticles Proper Adjectivesa, an, the Noun pn adj
    33. 33. Adjective modifies a noun or pronounArticles Proper Adjectivesa, an, the Capitalization Noun pn adj
    34. 34. Adjective modifies a noun or pronoun Articles Proper Adjectives a, an, the Capitalization Noun pnSuperlative adj
    35. 35. Adjective modifies a noun or pronoun Articles Proper Adjectives a, an, the Capitalization Noun pnSuperlative adjWord Choice
    36. 36. Adjective modifies a noun or pronoun Articles Proper Adjectives a, an, the Capitalization Noun pnSuperlative adj Hyphenated AdjWord Choice
    37. 37. Adjective modifies a noun or pronoun Articles Proper Adjectives a, an, the Capitalization Noun pnSuperlative adj Hyphenated AdjWord Choice Punctuation
    38. 38. Alexander brought his company to a halt; he summoned the mapmaker.
    39. 39. Alexander brought his company to a halt; he summoned the mapmaker. n v adj n prep adj n pn v adj n
    40. 40. He felt the light delicate pulling and then a harder pull.
    41. 41. He felt the light delicate pulling and then a harder pull.pn v adj adj adj n conj adv adj adj n
    42. 42. Verb The verb is about the noun Noun Verb[ verb phrase ] = all the words that make up the verb The ship [was struck ] by the meteor. aux main
    43. 43. Verb
    44. 44. Verb
    45. 45. actionVerb
    46. 46. actionVerb
    47. 47. actionVerb linking
    48. 48. actionVerb linking
    49. 49. actionVerb linking Be Verbs:
    50. 50. actionVerb linking Be Verbs: is, am, are, was, were, being, been
    51. 51. Hear my tale; it is long and strange.
    52. 52. Hear my tale; it is long and strange. v adj n pn v adj conj adj
    53. 53. Verbadv adj adv
    54. 54. Verbadv adj adv
    55. 55. Verbadv adj adv
    56. 56. Verbadv adj adv
    57. 57. Verbadv adj adv
    58. 58. Verb OVERUSED?adv adj adv
    59. 59. The temerarious Phaeton drove the sun chariot crazily.
    60. 60. The temerarious Phaeton drove the sun chariot crazily.adj adj n v adj adj n adv
    61. 61. Mary Shelley’s monster was a very pitiful being.
    62. 62. Mary Shelley’s monster was a very pitiful being. adj n v adj adv adj n
    63. 63. Level 1: Parts of Speech Conjunctions
    64. 64. Level 1: Parts of Speech ConjunctionsCoordinating Conjunctions
    65. 65. Level 1: Parts of Speech ConjunctionsCoordinating Conjunctions for and nor but or yet so
    66. 66. Level 1: Parts of Speech ConjunctionsCoordinating Conjunctions Subordinating Conjunctions for and nor but or yet so
    67. 67. Level 1: Parts of Speech ConjunctionsCoordinating Conjunctions Subordinating Conjunctions for while and when nor where but as or since yet if so although because until
    68. 68. Scout felt safe when she read in Atticus’s lap.
    69. 69. Scout felt safe when she read in Atticus’s lap. n v adj conj pn v prep adj n
    70. 70. If Heathcliff and I married, we should be beggars.
    71. 71. If Heathcliff and I married, we should be beggars.conj n conj pn v pn v v n
    72. 72. Level 1: Parts of Speech Interjections
    73. 73. Level 1: Parts of Speech Interjections Inter
    74. 74. Level 1: Parts of Speech Interjections Comma Inter
    75. 75. Level 1: Parts of Speech Interjections Comma Inter Exclamation Mark
    76. 76. Oh, the program was a conversation among the elite.
    77. 77. Oh, the program was a conversation among the elite.inter adj n v adj n prep adj n
    78. 78. He urgently reiterated his words, “Yikes! I’m trapped.”
    79. 79. He urgently reiterated his words, “Yikes! I’m trapped.”pn adv v adj n inter pn/v v
    80. 80. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrases
    81. 81. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrases
    82. 82. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrases
    83. 83. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrasesprep
    84. 84. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrasesprep
    85. 85. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrasesprep Noun
    86. 86. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrasesprep Noun
    87. 87. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrasesprep adj Noun
    88. 88. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrasesprep adj Noun
    89. 89. Level 1: Parts of Speech Prepositional Phrasesprep adj Noun object of the preposition
    90. 90. The exodus of refugees streamed from the battle zone.
    91. 91. The exodus of refugees streamed from the battle zone.adj n prep n v prep adj adj n
    92. 92. Her eyes were of the blue of the sky in the fall.
    93. 93. Her eyes were of the blue of the sky in the fall.adj n v prep adj n prep adj n prep adj n
    94. 94. Review! Level 1: Parts of Speech Noun Verb pnadj adv prep inter conj
    95. 95. The scaly European dragon is known for his cupidity.
    96. 96. The scaly European dragon is known for his cupidity.adj adj adj n v v prep adj n
    97. 97. The uxorious husband was supportive of his wife’s dreams.
    98. 98. The uxorious husband was supportive of his wife’s dreams.adj adj n v v prep adv adj n
    99. 99. Lady Macbeth rebuked her husband for his hesitant apprehension.
    100. 100. Lady Macbeth rebuked her husband for his hesitant apprehension. n v adj n prep adj adj n
    101. 101. There should be an existence of yours beyond you.
    102. 102. There should be an existence of yours beyond you. pn v v adj n prep pn prep pn
    103. 103. The big meal had a soporific effect on the Cyclops.
    104. 104. The big meal had a soporific effect on the Cyclops.adj adj n v adj adj n prep adj n
    105. 105. Modern life transcends and blurs many traditional dichotomies.
    106. 106. Modern life transcends and blurs many traditional dichotomies. adj n v conj v adj adj n
    107. 107. Lincoln found Grant through process of elimination.
    108. 108. Lincoln found Grant through process of elimination. n v n prep n prep n

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