Type of words :-
Noun – name of something. e.g. Tree, House, Table.
Adjectives – describes a noun. e.g. Green tree, Massive house, Tidy table.
Verbs – doing word. e.g. Walking, Swimming, Running.
adverb – describes a verb. e.g. Walking fast, Swimming slowly, Running swiftly.
Connectives – joining words. e.g. And, Or, So, Also.
Type of sentences :-
There are three different types of sentences: Simple, compound and complex.
There are two sentence rules that need to be followed to constuct a perfect sentence.
Simple sentence – One clause.
Compound and Complex – Two or more clauses.
Sentences can contain subjects and objects.
Subject = Person or thing carrying out an action.
Object = involed in an action but doesn’t carry it out. Objects come after a verb.
Anatomy of a sentence
- Doing word.
- Who or what the sentence is about.
- Anything apart form the subject.
- Inclueds the verb.
- Tells us what the subject does or did.
- Contains a single subject and predicate.
- describes one thing, idea or question.
- Has one verb.
- Contain independent (main) clause.
- Can stand alone as a sentence.
E.g. I have brown Eyes.
- Made up of two or more simple sentences combined using a conjunction.
- Made up of mofe then one independent clause joined together with a co-ordaining conjunction.
E.g. I have brown eyes and I have brown hair.
- Describe more than one thing or idea.
- Made up of more than one clause – an independant clause (one that can stand by itself) and a dependant (Subordinate) clause (whih cannot stand by itself.)
E.g. I love a sunday dinner that doesn’t have vegetables.