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Common Core Language Arts Vocabulary

Subjects : common-core, languages
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1. A sentence composed of at least two coordinate independent clauses






2. Present - past - future - present perfect - past perfect - future perfect






3. The comparative form of an adjective






4. Person - place - or thing






5. The past tense doesn't add an -ed; Usually the past tense and past participle forms are not the same






6. Specified methods of procedure






7. Names more than one person - place - thing - or idea






8. Connects word or word groups that have equal importance in a sentence (and - but - or - for - so - yet - nor)






9. Word used to modify or describe a noun or pronoun - such as 'happy -' 'sad -' or 'pretty.'






10. Changed






11. Declarative - Interrogative - and Imperative - Exclamatory






12. A conjunction (like 'since' or 'that' or 'who') that introduces a dependent clause






13. The noun or nouns that the pronoun replaces






14. Names we have for ideas - emotions - qualities - processes - occasions and times. Invisible and tangible. e.g. 'joy' - 'gentleness' - 'wedding'






15. The superlative form of an adjective






16. Modfies verbs - adjectives - other adverbs - or entire clauses - they often answer of the following questions: How - When - Where - Why - To what extent?






17. Present - past - future - present perfect - past perfect - future perfect






18. Word used to modify or describe a noun or pronoun - such as 'happy -' 'sad -' or 'pretty.'






19. Person - place - or thing






20. A sentence that includes one independent clause and at least one dependent clause.






21. A sentence that includes one independent clause and at least one dependent clause.






22. Specified methods of procedure






23. Action words






24. Some nouns have special plural forms they are called irregular plural. singular: man - woman - goose - child - foot - mouse -die - ox/ irregular men - women - geese -children -feet -mice -dice -oxen.






25. Names we have for ideas - emotions - qualities - processes - occasions and times. Invisible and tangible. e.g. 'joy' - 'gentleness' - 'wedding'






26. Subject stays the same; verb must be singular or plural to match the subject






27. What something is used for






28. What something is used for






29. Action words






30. Words that take the place of nouns






31. The past tense doesn't add an -ed; Usually the past tense and past participle forms are not the same






32. A conjunction (like 'since' or 'that' or 'who') that introduces a dependent clause






33. The subject matter of a conversation or discussion






34. Changed






35. Declarative - Interrogative - and Imperative - Exclamatory






36. Words that take the place of nouns






37. The superlative form of an adjective






38. Names more than one person - place - thing - or idea






39. A sentence composed of at least two coordinate independent clauses






40. The comparative form of an adjective






41. Modfies verbs - adjectives - other adverbs - or entire clauses - they often answer of the following questions: How - When - Where - Why - To what extent?






42. One independent clause






43. Subject stays the same; verb must be singular or plural to match the subject






44. One independent clause






45. Preceding in time or order






46. Connects word or word groups that have equal importance in a sentence (and - but - or - for - so - yet - nor)






47. The noun or nouns that the pronoun replaces






48. The subject matter of a conversation or discussion






49. Preceding in time or order






50. Some nouns have special plural forms they are called irregular plural. singular: man - woman - goose - child - foot - mouse -die - ox/ irregular men - women - geese -children -feet -mice -dice -oxen.