WORDS AND WORD CLASSES

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WORDS AND WORD CLASSES by Mind Map: WORDS AND WORD CLASSES

1. THE PLAY WAS DIRECTED BY CARLOS

2. PERSONAL PRONOUNS

3. BRING, BROUGHT, BROUGHT

4. ADJECTIVES

5. CONJUCTIONS

6. NOUNS

7. MAIN VERBS

8. ADVERBS

9. PRONOUNS

10. ARE DIVIDED IN

11. GRADABLE ADJECTIVES

12. PARTICIPAL ADJECTIVES

13. COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE.

13.1. PREPOSITIONS

14. CAN BE

15. COMPARATIVE

16. SUPERLATIVE

17. TAKE A MODIFYING WORD

18. HAVE TO TO THE ENDINGS -ED-ING-ALWAYAS REFERING TO A VERB

19. FAIRLY COLD, VERY COLD, EXTREMELY COLD.

20. A VERY COMPLICARED PROCESS. AN EXTREMELY REWARDING EXPERIENCE

21. IS PRODUCED BY ADDING AN -EST- ENDING THE BASE

22. IS PRODUCED BY ADDING AN -ER- ENDING THE BASE

23. NEW, NEWEST, OLD, OLDEST

24. NEW, NEWER, OLD, OLDER

25. ARE DIVIDED IN

26. SINGULAR AND PLURAL

27. COMMON AND PROPE NOUNS

28. COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

29. GENITIVE NOUS

30. DEPENDENT AND INDEPENDENT NOUNS

31. PREPOSITIONS

32. COORDINATORS, ARE USED TO LINK ELEMENTS OF EQUAL GRAMMATICAL STATUS

33. THE WEATHER WAS (COLD), AND (WET)

34. PREPOSITIONS ARE REMAINLY USED TO INTRODUCE A NOUN PHRASE.

35. AFTER-DARK, ACROSS THE ROAD, FOR THE CHILDREN, FROM LONDON.

36. THE FIVE VERB FOR

37. BASE FORM

38. THE -S FORM

39. THE ING FORM

40. THE PAST FORM

41. THE -ED FORM

42. WE DECIDED TO WALK

43. SHE WALKS TO SCHOOL

44. SHE IS WALKING

45. I COOKED DINNER

46. REGULAR VERB

47. IRREGULAR VERB

48. CHANGE LITTLE THE VERB

49. SHE DREAMED

50. HAVE IRREGULAR VARIANTS

51. MULTI WORD VERBS

52. ARE COMBINATIONS OF A VERB, ONE OR MORE OTHER WORDS

53. PREPOSITIONAL VERBS

54. ARE COMBINATIONS OF A VERB AND A PREPOSITION

55. I'LL LOOK IN TO THE MATTER IMMEDIATELY

56. PHRASAL VERBS

57. ARE COMNINATIONS OF AVERB AND AN ADVERB

58. THE ENGINE CUT OUT JUST BEFORE LANDING

59. VERB TOBE

60. IS VERY IRREGULAR, AND EXHIBITS A TOTAL OF EIGHT DIFFERENT FORMS

61. BE, I AM, I WAS, BEEN, BEING

62. EXHIBIT CONTRASTS FOR PERSON.

63. I AM CAMILO.ME HE HIM

64. POSSESIVE PRONOUN

65. EXHIBIT CONTRASTS FOR PERSON

66. THIS IS MY CAR

67. REFLEXIVE PRONOUN

68. END IN - SELF

69. MICHAEL WAS VERY BADLY INJURED AND IS NOW UNABLE TO FEED HIMSELF.

70. GENDER NEUTRAL PRONOUS

71. ARE GEMDER NEUTRAL PRONOUN IN THE SINGULAR.

72. SOME BODY HAS LEFT HIS COAT BEHIND

73. DEMOSTRATIVE PRONOUN

74. ARE USED WITH SINGULAR PRONOUNS. THIS THAT THERE THOSE.

75. DO YO NEED THIS PEN

76. RELATIVE PRONOUN

77. INTRODUCE A RELATIVE CLAUSE. WHO, WHOM, WHOSE, WHICH THAT.

78. THAT'S THE MAN WHO LIVES BESIDES US.

79. PRONOUN ( ONE )

80. IS USED AS A SUBTITUTE FOR A NOUN THAT HAS BEEN MENTIONED EARLIER.

81. THE BLACK COAT IS NICE BUT THE GREEN ONE IS A AWFUL

82. PRONOUN (IT)

83. IT CAN REPLACE A THIRD PERSON, SINGULAR NOUNS, NO REFERO HUMANS.

84. IT IS VERY COLD- IT IS FOUR O'CLOCK

85. GRADABLE ADVERBS

86. CAN TAKE A MODIFYING WORD SUCH AS FAIRLY OR VERY

87. FAIRLY SLOWLY-VERY SLOWLY-EXTREMELY SLOWLY

88. COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADVERBS.

89. SUPERLATIVE

90. COMPARATIVE

91. ENDING IN -ER

92. ENDING -EST

93. MARY WORKS HARDER

94. PAUL EORK HARDEST

95. INTENSIFIERS

96. IS A TYPE OF ADVERB WHICH IS USED TO EXPRESS INTENSITY.

97. VERY COLD-VERY EAGER

98. MANNER ADVERBS

99. HOW SOMETHING HAPPENS

100. PAUL WRITES BEAUTIFULLY

101. TIME ADVERBS

102. INDICATE WHEN SOMETHING HAPPENED

103. WE VISITED ROME RECENTLY

104. PLACE ADVERBS

105. INDICATE A PLACE OR DIRECTION.

106. LEAVE YOUR COAT THERE.

107. SINGULAR

108. PLURAL

109. ARE THE WORDS IN FIRST PERSON

110. FORM THE PLURAL BY ADDING -S

111. IRREGULAR PLURALS

112. MEN-WOMEN-FEET

113. BOY-TABLE-WOMAN, ETC.

114. THE BOY-THE BOYS

115. COMMUN

116. PROPER NAME

117. IS THE PLURAL OF PROPER NAMES

118. ARE THE NAMES OF INDIVIDUAL PEOPLE AND PLACES

119. THERE ARE TWO PARICKS

120. CHINA, COLOMBIA,CARLOS ETC.

121. COUNTABLE

122. UNCOUNTABLE

123. PLURAL NOUNS, DENOTE MORE THAN ONE INSTANCE

124. REFER TO THINGS WHICH ARECONSIDERED AS INDIVISIBLE.

125. TWO BOYS, TWO DAYS,, THREE DYAS.

126. RICE,COFFE, SOFTWARE

127. DENOTE POSSESION

128. JHON´S CAR

129. DEPENDENT

130. INDEPENDENT

131. IS FOLLOWED BY A NOUN

132. IS NOT FOLLOWED BY A NOUN

133. THE CHILD´S TOYS

134. A FRIEND OF CAROLINE´S

135. GENDER OF NOUNS

136. IS THE ORIGINAL WORD

137. THE TIGER ROARS AT NIGHT-THE TIGRESS ROARS AT NIGHT