13- the first sentence
17- the second answer
18-the second sentence
19-not really sure
23-between each meal
13. Marlene takes the subway
16 helping verb
17. it is the subject
18. Steven was worried
22. third sentence is the wrong one
23. between each meal
2: They played first. Most of them were prepared.(The noun is youngest children, youngest children is a plural noun, therefore you use plural pronouns)
3: when she played, her playing was sloppy.(The noun is daughter, daughter is a feminine noun, therefore you use feminine pronouns)
9.on the shore
11. It is a direct object.
A direct object is the recipient of the verb. It was answers the question Verb + what? In this case, pass what? Them.
12. Possessive pronouns are spelled with apostrophes.
This is never true. Possessive pronouns do not have apostrophes. They do come before nouns: her shoes. The do act as adjectives when accompanied by a noun because they describe who the noun belongs to. The can take the place of a noun: Those shoes are hers (replaces Sarah's).
13. A pronoun
A pronoun takes the place of one or more nouns. Sarah's shoes - Her shoes. Dan and Scott's game - Their game.
Her is always a possessive pronoun. There is no other possessive pronoun in the sentence. It describes whose answer it is.
15. Nicole helped Tamara with her French homework.
Helped is the action verb that we can actually see taking place.
Australia is a proper noun because it is a specific place. It is also capitalized. Penguins is capitalized because it is the first word of the sentence. The sentence is not talking about a specific penguin, just penguins in general so it is not a proper noun.
His describes whose jeans they are.
Of is the preposition. The object of the preposition is the noun that follows the preposition.
A compound noun is when two words that can be independent are put together to form one word. In this case, the words cross and walk are put together to form the word crosswalk which is where people are supposed to walk across the street.
The entire sentence is about She and what she needs to do.
The is the best article because a specific mountain top is being referred to.
22. on the shore
On is a preposition. The prepositional phrase ends with the noun that follows the preposition, shore.
23. We should stop and ask for directions.
Should is the helping verb. Stop and ask are the main verbs in the sentence.
24. a word that names a person, place, or thing
Examples of nouns in each of these categories are girl, house, and freedom.
For is a coordinating conjunction. Other coordinating conjunctions are and, nor, but, or, yet, so.
13. Marlene takes the subway to work every day
18. Steven was worried about his driving test
all of this is correct up above
1. Itself/herself/himself (this are reflexive pronouns that are used when the subject and the verb complement are the same)
2. Indefinite pronouns refer to non-specific people or things (anyone, most, some)
3. The gender categories are masculine, femenine and neuter (into which words are divided)
4. Personal pronouns are one of a class of pronouns used to stand for nouns representing first, second, and third person.
5. Number is the form of a word marking singular or plural.
6. An intensive pronoun serves to emphasize a preceding noun.
7. The person speaking (first person), the person spoken two (second person) and the thing or idea being discussed (third person)
8. The case express the grammatical relationships between words in a sentence and the forms of words used to communicate those relationships (in English, nominative, objective, and possessive are case forms for nouns and pronouns)
9. English speakers use reflexive pronouns as an indirect or direct object and moves the action of the verb back on the subject number. For example: yourself, himself, herself, and so on.
10. You is the pronoun generally used in asking a question person.
11. A reciprocal pronoun, such as each other and one another, communicates mutual relationship.
12. In English, "who", "that" and "which" are the most common relative pronouns.
1. Noun function: Subject
Pronoun class: Personal pronoun
2. Noun function: Predicate noun
Pronoun class: Demonstrative
3. Noun function: Subject
Pronoun class: Interrogative Pronoun
4. Noun function: Indirect object
Pronoun class: Personal pronoun
5. Noun function: NONE
Pronoun class: Intensive pronoun
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