When a rocket is powerfully set into motion and blasts off (verb ).
Clean conditions to keep healthy and avoid diseases (noun ).
A person in control of an aircraft (noun ).
A small, thin ball of liquid around air is called a... (noun ).
Everyone hates doing these types of tasks, but we all have to in our day to day lives (noun, plural ).
That which is not on earth is in .... (noun ).
To travel between two places (verb ).
Something which drifts around the earth, usually man-made (noun ).
Without this, astronauts and everything around them floats (noun ).
A flowing substance with no fixed shape (noun ).
When something moves through a ...... , the unwanted things in it are removed (noun ).
An important assignment or task to complete, usually involving travel.
A pronoun to replace "the students of class 1B"
What type of noun is "Villa Sainte-Marcelline"?
Best teacher of secondary 1 (all in one word)
Superlative of the word "wise"
Proper noun (a student in 1B and famous avenue in NYC)
Past participle of the verb "to read"
past tense: the school bell (to ring)
Adverb: the girls were studying_____weeks.
A word that shows emotion.
I describe a noun and a pronoun.
I describe a verb.
What type of word is "inside"?
The comparative degree of the word "clever".
Plural of "library".
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What kind of word describes verbs, adjectives and adverbs?
What kind of word takes the place of a noun?
The 3 adjectives that refer to one specific thing is an _______.
A person, place, thing, or idea.
A word or phrase that expresses strong emotion.
A connecting word that shows location, time, or movement.
A word that describes a noun or pronoun.
A word that shows action or state of being.
A word used to connect 2 words, phrases or clauses.
A noun. Antonym of ugly.
One of the 3 articles
An adjective describing a chihuahua.
A past tense state of being verb.
An action verb.
A plural pronoun.
the envelope of gases surrounding the earth or another planet.
a large planet of relatively low density consisting predominantly of hydrogen and helium, such as Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, or Neptune.
the force that attracts a body toward the center of the earth, or toward any other physical body having mass.
a planet whose orbit lies within the asteroid belt, i.e., Mercury, Venus, Earth, or Mars.
the curved path of a celestial object or spacecraft around a star, planet, or moon, especially a periodic elliptical revolution.
a planet whose orbit lies outside the asteroid belt, i.e., Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, or Neptune.
a celestial body moving in an elliptical orbit around a star.
planet is a planet that is composed primarily of silicate rocks or metals.
the collection of eight planets and their moons in orbit around the sun, together with smaller bodies in the form of asteroids, meteoroids, and comets.
the time taken by a planet to make one revolution around the sun.
is a dwarf planet in the Kuiper belt, a ring of bodies beyond Neptune.
The Great Red Spot is a giant, spinning storm in Jupiter's atmosphere.
a celestial object consisting of a nucleus of ice and dust and, when near the sun, a “tail” of gas and dust particles pointing away from the sun
noun: meteor; plural noun: meteors a small body of matter from outer space that enters the earth's atmosphere, becoming incandescent as a result of friction and appearing as a streak of light
a small rocky body orbiting the sun.
a small body moving in the solar system that would become a meteor if it entered the earth's atmosphere.
a celestial body resembling a small planet but lacking certain technical criteria that are required for it to be classed as such.
person, place, thing, or idea
takes the place of a noun
pronoun that starts dependent clauses
pronouns that don't refer to a definite person or thing
modifies adjectives, verbs, and adverbs
modifies nouns and pronouns
shows relationship between a noun or pronoun and some other word in the sentence
joins words, phrases, and clauses
shows action or helps to make a statement
verbs that link two words together
verbs that help an action verb or linking verb
verb acting like a noun
verb acting like adjectives
to + a verb
verbs not behaving like a verb
part of a sentence about which something is being said; must be a noun pronoun, gerund, or infinitive
a verb that does not take a direct object
a verb that takes a direct object
a noun or pronoun that follows an action verb; never in a prepositional phrase
a noun or pronoun that comes before a direct object; never in a prepositional phrase
a noun or pronoun that following a linking verb and renames the subject
an adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject
noun or pronoun that follows and renames another noun or pronoun
a clause that can usually stand alone
starts with a relative pronoun or a subordinating conjunction
sentence type that contains one independent clause
sentence type that contains two or more independent clauses
sentence type that contains one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses
sentence type that has two or more independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses
joins two clause without a coordinating conjunction and can be used in series with a comma for clarity
used to make words possessive and to make contractions
used when punctuating the titles of short things and dialogue
indicates a pause between parts of a sentence and to separate items in a list
used at the end of a sentence
punctuation indicating a question
punctuation indicating an exclamation
Sally and Kiesha brought ___ to the picnic.
A word that connects a noun or pronoun to another word in sentence.
and, but, for, or, yet, so
Refer to two or more persons, places, objects, or ideas.
Name one person, place, object, or idea
Is a word that stands for a noun.
Can act in a sentence as subjects, objects, or possessives.
Refer to someone or something.
Are used to ask questions.
Tells what is being done in a sentence.
Link or join a noun to something that is said about it.
Is a word that describes a noun.
Is a word that describes a verb, adjective, or another adverb.
Words that can stand independently and are used to express emotion.
"Who or What"
Is a word formed by combining two or more words, leaving some of the letters out.
Must agree in number with the noun.
Show that something belongs to someone.
Shows ownership by adding an apostrophe, and "s" or both.
Any of the large celestial bodies that revolve around the Sun in the solar system
a small object that enters Earth's atmosphere from space and burns due to friction, emitting light
The four largest and brightest moons of Jupiter, which were discovered by Galileo Galilei: Ganymede, Io, Callisto, and Europa
Large and small rocks or metallic masses orbiting the Sun; made up of materials similar to those that formed the planets
A celestial body of ice, dust, and rock with an elongated and elliptical orbit
the force that causes objects with mass to attract one another
the whole mass of air surrounding a planet
move in an elliptical path around a center
The gravitationally-curved path of an object around a point in space
To spin on an axis; the spinning of Earth on its axis that causes day and night to occur
Composition of outer planets whose atmosphere is made of gases
relating to the land
The region between the inner and outer planets where most asteroids orbit around the Sun
A reusable spacecraft designed to transport people and cargo between Earth and space
A vehicle or device designed for travel or operation outside Earth's atmosphere
a large artificial satellite used as a long-term base for manned operations in space.
An unmanned spacecraft designed to explore the solar system and transmit data back to Earth
an engine that provides thrust directly through the burning of its fuel without requiring the intake of air
A vehicle for exploring the surface of an extraterrestrial body (such as the Moon and Mars)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration; the American governmental agency dedicated to space exploration
when a baby's mouth is stroked, baby will turn head and _____ in the direction of stroking
startle reflex is also known as the _____ reflex
stroking babys palm causes baby to ____
expressions of happiness and amusment
produce tears in pain or distress
baby lying on stomach helptd them to push up and roll over
start tummy time soon after _____
by three years, child learns through the ______
4 year olds can tell the didference between ____ and different
6 and 7 year olds have a longer _____ span
5 year olds start learning how to _____
to hold something like a crayon or a pencil
to write is to have ___________
milk provides _____
first teeth appear around 6-8 _______
by three months baby discovers hands and _____
babies at one month prefer to look at high contrast _______
at one month baby starts to trust _______
will cry if over or under
at five months shows interest in _____
9-12 months _________ the phrase come here
wants to explore things by _______ them
your baby learns to control his _____ before his shoulders
a baby's weight ______ in the first year of life
at 6-12 months baby can _____
every child develops at a different ______
3 year olds love make _______
6 and 7 year olds start making ______ decisions
at 4 months baby is aware that people and things have _______
at 15-18 months _________ anxiety is less strong
The main idea of your essay
You use __________ to support your ideas and points
A noun or noun phrase that renames another noun in the sentence.
When you expand or explain your evidence, it is called_________.
You create this as a plan before writing your essay.
Your thesis statement goes in the __________ sentence of your Intro paragraph.
The first step of the writing process. (4 words)
Term that means what or who your essay is about.
You must ______ evidence
Words or phrases that provide a connection between ideas, sentences, and paragraphs.
Special paragraph that must be included in an argumentative essay.
You must identify the prompt's task, topic, and __________
The last paragraph of an essay
You write with a __________
Always put your ______________ on assignments.
person, place, thing, idea
acronym used to remember conjunctions
Fill in the _________ thesis