Feedback
QuizMEOnlineLoginCreate A Free Account
Forgot your password?

Study Material
The 8 parts of speech
-Noun
-Verb
-Pronoun
-Adjective
-Adverb
-Conjunction
-Preposition
-Interjection


Note 1

Noun: Common noun: names any person, place, thing or idea.
Examples: sister, zoo, boots, restaurant, month, day

Proper noun: names a particular person, place, thing, or idea. Proper nouns are ALWAYS capitalized.
Examples: Jill, Bronx Zoo, Uggs, Planet Pizza, February, Tuesday

Appositive- An appositive is a noun that is placed next to another noun to identify it or add information about it.

An appositive phrase is a group of words that includes an appositive and other words that modify the appositive.

Examples: Ms. Marg’s cat, Stella, rules the house. (Stella is the appositive).

Stella, the queen of Ms. Marg’s house, rules with an iron paw. (the queen of Ms. Marg’s house is the appositive phrase).



Note 2

Verb:



make a quiz
Make A Quiz
create flashcards
Create Flashcards
make a study guide
Create A Study Guide
take notes online
Take Notes
Comment
Study Guide Created By
Annabelle Stewart
View Profile
Not what you're looking for?
Make your own study guide

Join QuizMEOnline on Facebook