Leila and Ramita's Grammar Review

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A ____ is the present participle of a verb form ending is -ing that is used as a noun.
What tense is 'review' in?
How would you change 'piano' into a plural noun?
The sentence 'She chose the drums because her father played drums' is in the _____ voice.
Another name for a helping verb is an ____.
A verb that links the subject to a word is a ____.
In which voice does the subject receive the action?
The ___ of a verb tells the time of the action or being.
_____ refers to the relation of a subject to its verb.
A phrase that consists of a main verb and on or more helping verbs is a ____.
What kind of verb is 'is'?
Is the prepositional phrase ' to the ranch' and adjective or adverb?
A ______ verb has a direct object.
A type of noun that names any one of a class of objects is a ____.
In which voice does the subject act?
_____ tense tells about something that happened before
How would you change 'country' into a plural noun?
What tense is 'showed' in?
A word that expresses action, being, or state of being is a _____.
A noun that shows possession is a ______.
A verb that that expresses action is a _____.
A noun that identifies or explains the noun or pronoun it follows is a ____.
A ____ adjective is an adjective formed from a proper noun.
A ___ pronoun is used in the subject of a sentence and after a linking verb.
A word that names a person, place, thing or quality is a _____.
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An ____ is a word that modifies a noun or pronoun.
An ___ pronoun is used in the subject of a sentence and after a linking verb.
The articles, a, an, and the are called ____ adjectives
A ____ phrase is a group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun.
An ____ is the word to which a pronoun refers.
True or False: 'Occasionally they swam in the pool.' has an intransitive verb.
What do you use to set off an appositive or an appositive phrase that is not essential to the meaning of the sentence?
A ____ is a group of closely related words used as a single part of speech but not containing a subject and predicate.
The sentence 'Kate was given a job babysitting by the McNeils' is in the ____ voice.
A ______ verb does not need an object to complete its meaning.
How would you change 'potato' into a plural noun?
What tense is 'will end' in?
Is the prepositional phrase ' in Burma' an adjective or adverb phrase?
A present or past _____ that functions as an adjective is a verbal.
_____ tense tells us about something that will happen
The noun or pronoun in the prepositional phrase is called the ___ of the ____
A ____ is a word used to join words or groups of words.
True or False: 'Kristina joined the health club in March' has a transitive verb?
True or False: 'They worked out together.' has a transitive verb.
True or False: 'Kristina exercised every day after work.' has an intransitive verb.
A verb form that functions as a noun or adjective is a ____.
A type of noun that names a particular person, place,or thing is a ____.
What is the singular form of 'calves'?
The base form of the verb, commonly used by 'to' is an _____.
_____ tense tells about what is happening now.

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