Nouns that form a group.
Punctuation mark that creates a compound word.
Sections and lines in a poem.
The type of speech used to show someone's exact words.
Another term for subject-verb agreement.
A verb that can stand by itself.
The character that Dikeledi marries.
Giving human qualities to non-living things.
The minimum amount of paragraphs required in an essay.
This needs to be excluded from the address, date and greetings in a letter.
A synonym for valiant.
Words that are pronounced the same but differ in meaning and spelling.
A sentence would be incomplete without this.
A word that is needed in a statement written in reported speech.
The tense that shows that something has already happened.
What does the 'D' in the AIDA principle stand for?
What does a folktale aim to teach?
A group of words that is missing either the subject or verb.
The pace of a poem.
An antonym for create.
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.
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