Parts of Speech Verbal's Prepositional Phrases Adjective or Adverb Punctuation 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt True or False The circled word is a pronoun? Coach Johnson said that she never saw a team work so hard! True, she is a pronoun. What part of speech is this sentence? Wow! Look at that big tree! Interjection What part of speech is the word because? The word because is a conjunction. Explain what a compound noun is. A compound noun is a word that is made up of two or more words. Such as football. Give an example of a relative and personal pronoun. Some examples of relative pronoun are who, whose, which and that. Examples of personal pronouns are, I, you, he, she, it, we, and they. Why would you use a colon? To introduce a list or important point and also when using numbers Where would you put a semicolon in this sentence? Japan is next on that list however, the Japanese have only 50 million computers. Japan is next on that list; however, the Japanese have only 50 million computers. You would put the semicolon after list. What is the ellipsis in this sentence? One place that I… uh….checked on the internet said that cars would run on sunshine someday. One place that I… uh….checked on the internet said that cars would run on sunshine someday. The ellipses in this sentence is where it says I…uh…checked. Are the quotation marks in the right spot in the sentence below? “Whoa, Dad! Cool new shoes!” Yes, the quotation marks are in the correct spot. Why would you use italics and underlining? You would use them when you are talking about a title of a book or a movie. When typing you would use italics so it is slightly slanted, such as this cat. When you are writing you would underline it. What is a verbal? Verbal's are words that are made from verbs, but are used as other parts of speech. True/False There are seven different kinds of verbal's? False: there are only 3 different kinds, and those are gerund, participles and infinitives. What do gerund, participle and infinitive all mean? Gerund :ending in ing and it is used as a noun. Participle: ending in ing or ed, used as a adjective. Infinitive: has to have the word to in it and is used as a noun, adverb, and adjective. What verb form is in this sentence? In study hall you need to whisper. Infinitive, because it has to need. What verbal is in this sentence? Bowling is a blast! Gerund, because bowling ends with ing. What is a prepositional phrase? A word(s) that show how one words or idea is related to another. Multiple ChoiceHow many prepositions are there? A.4 B. 22 C. 56 D.150 D. There are about 150 prepositions Is this a prepositional phrase? I like to swim. Yes, to is a preposition Can a preposition appear alone? No, a preposition cannot appear alone. True/False Ask is a preposition? False, ask is not a preposition. Multiple ChoiceWhich one of these words are an adjective? A-Yay B-Ancient C-Dog D-Swim B- ancient is an adjective. What is the superlative adverb in this sentence? Of the past three days, Jim woke up the latest on Saturday. Latest Is the superlative adverb Is there such a thing as a conjunction adverb? Yes, there is! What is a positive adverb? The positive form describes but does not make a comparison. What is the adjective in this sentence? My smart dog can do a trick! Smart would be the adjective.