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Common Core Language Arts Vocabulary

Subjects : common-core, languages
Instructions:
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1. Action words






2. Declarative - Interrogative - and Imperative - Exclamatory






3. The noun or nouns that the pronoun replaces






4. What something is used for






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






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






7. Specified methods of procedure






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






9. The superlative form of an adjective






10. The subject matter of a conversation or discussion






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






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






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






14. Changed






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






16. Words that take the place of nouns






17. The superlative form of an adjective






18. The subject matter of a conversation or discussion






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






20. 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.






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






22. 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.






23. The comparative form of an adjective






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






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






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






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






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






29. Specified methods of procedure






30. The comparative form of an adjective






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






32. The noun or nouns that the pronoun replaces






33. Present - past - future - present perfect - past perfect - future perfect






34. Present - past - future - present perfect - past perfect - future perfect






35. What something is used for






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






37. Preceding in time or order






38. One independent clause






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






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






41. Preceding in time or order






42. Changed






43. Action words






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






45. One independent clause






46. Person - place - or thing






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






48. Words that take the place of nouns






49. Declarative - Interrogative - and Imperative - Exclamatory






50. Person - place - or thing